The Sri Yantra is an ancient Indian symbol and a meditative tool (more on yantras in a later post).
Use it to deepen your meditation practice, or spruce up your space with some uplifting artwork.
I put my mark onto this design by hand carving it into a piece of linoleum (which is always a very meditative process for me). It was then burned onto a silkscreen and hand screen printed onto paper + organic cotton shirts. Find them here: http://www.thelotusroot.com/store/
See some video clips of part of my process below:
The design is available on paper, mens / unisex shirts ( Small – 3xl) & women’s scoop neck tees (Small – XL)
Find them here: http://thelotusroot.bigcartel.com/ or on etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/TheLotusRoot
I’m in the process of creating this Sri Yantra linoleum print and just thought I’d share it. I’m thinking of doing a bigger and more detailed one in the future, is that something you’d like to see on an organic cotton shirt? Or would you like to see it on my natural skin care packaging? I’d love it if you’d leave a comment to let me know!
[Edit: I ended up making a new Sri Yantra for t-shirts + to print on paper – check it out here http://thelotusroot.com/sri-yantra/ ]
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As I mentioned last week, the designs I’ve been working on are finally finished.
The first is my flowing chakras design, which I originally drew a while back for an album of Meditation music: Root to Crown.
The second is a pattern I created for my eye pillows with the third eye / 6th chakra / anja symbol from the flowing chakras design.
The eye pillows are made from recycled bamboo & organic cotton shirts from previous seasons – I haven’t decided if I’ll be ordering more fabric once I run out. They’re going fast, so be sure to get one soon if you’re interested!
You can find everything here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/TheLotusRoot
Also – If you’re in NYC – Vincent and I will be selling our eye pillows, tshirts, mugs, etc. tomorrow at the Inwood Greenmarket in upper Manhattan ( 9 am -1pm if the weather permits!)
http://www.grownyc.org/greenmarket-site/manhattan/inwood-greenmarket We’d love it if you stopped by to say hello!
One last thing – thank you so much if you answered my anonymous survey last week..I really appreciate your questions, sweet words and feedback! Feel free to leave a question or comment if you haven’t already.