By now you've probably forgotten all about this, but in case you come back one day to check ... save each yantra separately in your documents or pictures. ( Right click in the middle of a yantra, save.) Then, go to your documents or pictures to print them one by one.
Is there a way to print this out so that the 2nd and 4th yantras isn't spit between 2 pages?
JERRY ALLEN BURT
Top right design grabbed me immediately !!
I'll print and color it and use it for my meditation.
Many thanks to SARAH TOMLINSON. JB, 9/8'08
What a great way of deepening my meditation practice. Thanks and Namasta!
This will be a fun activity for my teen class!
The 1st and 4th design are slightly different. In design 1, there are 12 "hearts" going around the edge of the outer circle (the number 12 has significance - 12 months, 12 hours to a day, etc.) Design 4 has 16 hearts going around the edge of the outer circle.
Unless they changed it after your comment, there's a difference in the number of little heart shaped figures in the outer ring - 12 in #1, and 16 in #4
This was a great idea. Thank you. The 1st and 4th design do look like they are the same.
I like this idea - thanks. However, with the pictures above, am I going insane or is there absolutely no difference between the 1st and 4th designs?? Looking at the 9 designs in the mag and disregarding the colours, I think there is actually only 4 different patterns.
I love the idea of coloring within my meditation, it's something I often do on my own, and this specific form was totally new to me. I love it.