The beauty of a mandala is in its intricate complexity, and while one may gain further insight or a deeper appreciation by magnifying one section or another, the complexity will only hold its meaning and it's beauty within the context of the whole mandala. Further, if one were to memorize one small section of the complex pattern and believe that it could be understood apart from the whole, they would be fully deluded and utterly missing the point. In fact, something so beautiful and so complex can only be understood when fully experienced- and that understanding cannot be expressed fully in anything less than the full mandala itself. Any other expression would fall far short of its truth. If it is so for a mandala, how much more so for the entirety of all that is? It can be very beneficial to hyper-focus on one distinction of reality or another- but we lose all perception of meaning and beauty when we lose the context of all and we play a fool's game when we attempt to express the meaning or beauty of all in anything short of life itself.