Carl Jung describes mandalas as ideal representational frameworks or ideal personifications manifested in psychotherapy, interpreting them as symbols of personality in the process of individualization.

If, on the one hand, the symbols of a mandala can tell us much about the history of mankind, on the other hand, personal mandalas can tell us much about the personality of its author.

In the East, mandalas are used for contemplation and meditation and as a path of self-knowledge. In the West, its therapeutic use was widespread by psychoanalyst Carl Gustav Jung.

The investigation of dreams and drawings as a form of expression of the unconscious is a part of their therapeutic technique.

Jung used mandalas as a representation of his dreams and the dreams of his patients. Carl Jung also discovered that the unconscious was expressed through symbols and this analysis and interpretation enabled a greater compression of the psychic conflicts experienced by the human being. He believed that an access by the conscience to these unconscious contents made possible a greater psychic balance.

An ARTEM Mandala will reveal important informations about the individual. Information that is collected after the person paint the mandala. In addition, he can still put numbers between 1 to 9 in any space of the mandala. Through the symbolic interpretation of numbers and colors, a report is prepared, helping the client to become aware of how he is in the present moment.

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