Peace and Love, 24 inch Ojo de Dios mandala

Peace and Love, 24 inch Ojo de Dios mandala

Peace and Love 24 inch Ojo de Dios mandala by JaysMandalas on Ets

A great place for a photo shoot of a little girl.... I field full of wish puffs

God's Eye - Vintage Summer Camp Craft - Vintage Godseye or Evil Eye Wall Hanging

A great place for a photo shoot of a little girl.... I field full of wish puffs

Forest Awakening, 24 inch Ojo de Dios mandala

Forest Awakening 24 inch Ojo de Dios mandala by JaysMandalas

Good Day Sunshine 12 Ojo de Dios Yarn by HighDesertBohemian, $42.00

Good Day Sunshine 12 Ojo de Dios Yarn by HighDesertBohemian, $42.00

Ojo de Dios

These things are called ojos-de-dios, which means "God's eyes". They are traditional Native American mandalas.

Golden Sun a 18 inch acrylic yarn mandala by by JaysMandalas, $80.00

Golden Sun, a 18 inch, acrylic yarn mandala, by custom order

The Patternbank team are loving these vibrant crafted mandalas by South Carolina based artist Jay Mohler. Ojos de Dios also know as God's Eyes which origin

"Unfolding," a 24" Ojo de Dios mandala

Unfolding, a custom order 24 inch Ojo de Dios mandala

All One in stock 24 inch Ojo de Dios mandala by JaysMandalas, $240.00

Ojo de Dios mandala, "All One", 24 inch, 12-sided made with hand-spun and other yarns

Ojo de Dios mandala, "All One", 24 inch, made with hand-spun and other…

“There is something good in all seeming failures. You are not to see that now. Time will reveal it. Be patient.” Sivananda Saraswati - Artist: Jay Mohler

Diamond Sky Meherabad, an 18 inch Ojos de Dios mandala, by Jay Mohler

"O "Ojo de Dios", ou "Olho de Deus" é um antigo símbolo feito pelos índios Huichol do México e dos índios Aymara da Bolívia. No México ele é feito quando a criança nasce. A cada ano que passa, um pouco de fio é adicionado até que a criança complete cinco anos. Já na Bolívia, eles são colocados nos altares para que os Deus possa ver e proteger as pessoas, as casas ou os ambientes."

"O "Ojo de Dios", ou "Olho de Deus" é um antigo símbolo feito pelos índios Huichol do México e dos índios Aymara da Bolívia. No México ele é feito quando a criança nasce. A cada ano que passa, um pouco de fio é adicionado até que a criança complete cinco anos. Já na Bolívia, eles são colocados nos altares para que os Deus possa ver e proteger as pessoas, as casas ou os ambientes."

my passion, creating Ojos de Dios

Earth Meets Sky, a 16 inch, 8-sided Ojo de Dios, by custom order

Southwest Classic Ojo de Dios 36 inches all por JaysMandalas

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