Vibrational Mandala Reading®

The vibrational mandala® is a technique registered by the Initiatory School of Vibrational Mandalas. It is not just an piece of art, but a therapeutic tool for energy reading. In other words, the mandala is a vehicle for me to access the client’s energy, and thus be able to bring insights that can help you with what you are looking for.

The vibrational mandala® is tuned according to the energy of each client. Through reading numerology, chromotherapy, chakras, feng shui and other techniques, the mandala is created with the vibration that the person needs at that moment.

During creation, the mandala brings messages through the drawings. You will receive an audio and a document in PDF explaining your reading, along with the meaning of colours, numbers and any other symbols that may appear during the process.

It’s also possible to create a mandala with specific intentions, for example: relationships, health, career or even to harmonize the feng shui of your home.

Please note that the photos are for reference only, as each mandala is unique and no two are the same.

The mandala is made on Bristol paper in size 14.5 x 14.5cm and comes with a white frame (total size is 17.5 x 17.5cm)


*ps. The price is in Australian dollars and will be converted to your local currency at the time of checkout. It can be paid in 4 instalments when paid through PayPal.



Meet the artist

Hi, I’m Ka Pok, the face behind Colourful Ka. “Ka” is short for Karen, but it also means “soul” in Egypt. My purpose with all my creations is to inspire people to connect with the colours of their souls!

I was born and raised in Brazil and moved to Australia in 2015. Here I built my life with my husband and our dog Bowie. My art studio is based in Burleigh Heads and here I create pieces to bring joy and colours to the world

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Creating content with love since 2001 ❤ Design by Karen Pok |All rights reserved.

Colourful Ka acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land on which I create all my artwork, the Yugambeh People.
I extend this respect to elders of all communities, past, present and emerging.