Pha Yant means ‘cloth Yantra’ and is even more widespread with Thai Buddhist people than Sak Yant Thai Temple Tattoos, and has an even larger panntheon of Yantra, with designs coming from thousands of Masters and Temples around Thailand. Some compositions are indeed extremely impressive, some silk screened, and some hand inscribed. Considering how many […]
Buddha Magic Project has Published a new Tutorial of the Incantation for the Sacred Yant Grao Paetch (Diamond Armour) Yantra – used in Sak Yant Thai Temple Tattoos and Sacred Amulets. I (Ajarn Spencer Littlewood), have now published a detailed synopsis of the Kata Pluk (Invocation) of the Kata Yant Grao Paetch.
Sak Yant Grao Paetch Diamond Armour Yantra Tattoo from Ajarn Pi Bang Grating
The synopsis is made with a whiteboard video using red cursor, to guide you through the composition of the Khom-Pali Kata Inscriptions within the Sacred Yant, and how to Chant this Incantation. This should help to invoke the Power within your Sak Yant Grao Paetch Tattoos.
This tutorial is made for use in the Sak Yant Foundation and the Buddha Magic Projects i am involved in, to increase knowledge and build a foundation of reference material in the English Language for those in the present and future to research.
Diamond Armour Yantra – Yant Grao Paetch
Kata Yant Grao Paetch
The Incantation within the great Diamond Armour Yantra of Luang Por Parn, of Wat Bang Nom Kho – so famously seen tattooed on the skin of Thai Buddhist People since Ancient Times, (and Foreigners in Modern Times). Use this Kata to Invoke and Empower your Yant before leaving the home to travel, and chant silently within on your journeys, to evade all dangers and inauspicious circumstances. This Kata Tutorial will also be added to the page for Yant Grao Paetch design for reference.
I Ra Chā Ka Dta Rasā Dti Hang Ja Dtō Rō Thi Nang Bpi Sam Ra Lō Bu Sa Pu Sō Mā Na Ga Ri Thā Tō Pa Sam Sam Wi Sa Tē Pa Ka Pu Ban Tū Tam Wa Ka Wā Tō Nō A-Ma-Ma Wā A Wich Su Nuch Sā Nu Dti