Get to know the belief in 'YAN TRA' that still exists in the present era

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Get to know the belief in 'YAN TRA' that still exists in the present era

We believe that you must have seen amulets through your ears and eyes at some point, more or less. "Yant" is an auspicious object or sacred emblem familiar in Thai society.

The word "ยันต์" (Yant) refers to various characters and patterns in the Pali language, meaning objects worshipped by humans for happiness and prosperity. Typically, Yant items are associated with protection from danger, safety, compassion, and fortune. Their placement varies depending on their purpose.

Fortune, such as the four Yant symbols on MURICO shirts, drawn by Phra Ajarn Ekkaluk Panyakomo of Wat Phutthaporn Yaman, comprises the blessings of the Triple Gem—Buddha, Dhamma, and Sangha.

Namo Budda haya: Offers protection from risks and instills physical and mental strength, fostering fearlessness against various dangers.

Na Cha liti: Brings wealth and enhances fortune and prosperity.

Metta: Enhances charm and compassion, making people loving and compassionate.

Five Precepts: Promotes overall happiness, auspiciousness, and freedom from suffering, ailments, and all forms of discontent.

The Yant patterns by Phra Ajarn Ekkaluk Panyakomo of Wat Phutthaphrom Yan exemplify unique beliefs. Maintaining the precepts and chanting with dedication leads to encountering only good fortune and protection from dangers. It draws upon the blessings of the Triple Gem—Buddha, Dhamma, and Sangha—to create a powerful force attracting auspiciousness in life and fortifying spiritual strength in the teachings of Buddhism, passed down through generations.

เว็บไซต์นี้มีการใช้งานคุกกี้ เพื่อเพิ่มประสิทธิภาพและประสบการณ์ที่ดีในการใช้งานเว็บไซต์ของท่าน ท่านสามารถอ่านรายละเอียดเพิ่มเติมได้ที่ นโยบายความเป็นส่วนตัว  and  นโยบายคุกกี้