Let's get to know the auspicious tattoos that people wear.

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Let's get to know the auspicious tattoos that people wear.

'Yant' is considered an art and cultural heritage that has been passed down for a long time and is globally recognized. In earlier times, yant was viewed negatively or seen as symbolic according to occult beliefs. However, yant has actually been decoded and its moral meanings used to create numerals and patterns similar to modern graphics. Apart from being used for body decorations and tattoos, yant is also crafted into various sacred objects that can be conveniently carried, as if bringing the presence of Buddha close to oneself. Inspired by this, the streetwear brand MURICO has drawn inspiration from the unique yant of Phra Ajarn Ekkalak at Wat Phutthaphom Yan, interpreting the highest human desires through Buddhist virtues: security in uncertainty, financial prosperity, compassionate support, and happiness and success. This has led to the creation of the "Be Wise in Time" collection, featuring 4 yants and 4 Buddhist virtues embedded in life teachings.

Yant' of Phra Ajarn Ekkalak, Wat Phutthaphom Yan, embodies portable Buddhist virtues.

"Front: The word 'NAMO' (นะโม) is written, which in Japanese comes from 'Namo Buddhaya', meaning to commemorate the Buddha. On the back, it is screen-printed with the English words 'NAMO BUDDHAYA'."

"Front: Screen-printed with the English phrase 'The more you give, The more you get,' which is derived from the teaching of Phra Plad Ek Laksan. This teaching is also reflected in the Thai phrase 'ยิ่งให้ยิ่งได้' ('Ying Hai Ying Dai'), meaning 'The more you give, the more you receive.'

Back: Derived from the chant 'NA CHA LI TI,' it is a word in Pali language that signifies the heart of Phra Siwalee, who is renowned for fortune and prosperity."

Metta: On the front, there is a heart pattern on the left chest area, with the English phrase 'Phrabuddha nimittang metta jittang buddho buddho' derived from the Pali language, meaning 'Metta, the mind of Buddha, Buddha, Buddha.' It is surrounded by a yant.

On the back, "Use your metta as a weapon," which means a fundamental teaching to be remembered at all times.

On the front, it is screen-printed with the English phrase "FIVE PRECEPTS," which means the five ethical precepts that are fundamental teachings widely recognized and accepted globally. On the back, there is screen-printed text in Chinese and Bali , both meaning Five Precepts, which are the recitation verses of the Five Precepts.

 

จะเห็นได้ว่าการออกแบบลายเสื้อของ MURICO นั่นจะแฝงไปด้วยคำสอนที่มาจากความหวังดีทั้งสิ้น โดยเสื้อแต่ละตัวจะบรรจุพุทธคุณลายยันต์ที่พระอาจารย์เอกลักษณ์ออกแบบให้กับแบรนด์ MURICO โดยเฉพาะเท่านั้น รวมถึงผ่านพิธีบวงสรวงพุทธาภิเษกแล้ว เพื่อให้เป็นมงคลและให้ความมั่นใจกับผู้สวมใส่ ถือเป็นความแปลกใหม่ของแฟชั่นสายมูที่หลายคนให้ความสนใจ โดยเฉพาะคนในวงการบันเทิง

It can be seen that MURICO's shirt designs embed teachings that stem from pure intentions. Each shirt incorporates the unique spiritual insignia designed by Phra Ajarn Ek Lucksan, exclusively for the MURICO brand. These designs have even undergone a consecration ceremony to imbue them with blessings and instill confidence in the wearer. This fusion represents a novel approach in the fashion industry, particularly intriguing to those in the entertainment circle.

 
Moreover, the highlight of this launch collection includes a property ownership holding system. Each shirt will feature a QR code on the left chest area, with a unique serial number assigned to confirm ownership registration.

This Oversize collection shirt is made from 100% Cotton Jersey fabric, newly manufactured to suit Thailand's climate conditions. It is designed to be stretchable yet maintains its shape, allowing good air ventilation.

There are a total of 2 color options available: white and black. The shirt is available in 5 sizes.

 

 

 

เว็บไซต์นี้มีการใช้งานคุกกี้ เพื่อเพิ่มประสิทธิภาพและประสบการณ์ที่ดีในการใช้งานเว็บไซต์ของท่าน ท่านสามารถอ่านรายละเอียดเพิ่มเติมได้ที่ นโยบายความเป็นส่วนตัว  and  นโยบายคุกกี้