The mandala is a circular symbolic representation that starts from its center and develops harmoniously around it. Its shape gathers and unites everything. There is no other universal symbolic design in the world, it has always existed and although the term “mandala” is of oriental origin, the image of the sacred circle occurs in all the cultures of human history: from the rock engravings of Africa and of Europe to Judaism, Christianity, Islam, from shamanic cultures and Native Americans to the sacred art of Australian Aborigines. The mandala is the mirror of our original face, the geometric-pictorial image of the source of life and reveals the link between the “macrocosm” and the “microcosm”, between cell and galaxy, between planets and electrons. The mandala strikes the eye and attracts attention, symbols and colors surprisingly on paper come to life and movement, creating its own energetic vibration. Its symbolic function and its structure open to inner listening, help to find one’s own harmony in relation to life and the world and a greater balance in times of conflict. In fact, creating, coloring, or simply observing a mandala facilitates concentration, induces a state of peace, optimism and leads, over time, to have more imagination, intuition and creativity. That which is round is healthy, sacred, and gives joy.