Circular mandalas provide a focus for meditation with a central point—a point from which all things are possible. From this sacred center generates infinite possibilities and potential. Coloring mandalas provides a chance to meditate and express creativity.
Bijinga is a Japanese term used to describe beautiful women portrayed in art, especially in Ukiyo-e (images of the floating world) prints from the Edo period. Ukiyo-e art revealed the beauty in the brevity of life and to savor it. A flower is placed in the center of this mandala to reveal that beautiful things will wilt and go away, but should be cherished.