Our Sak Yant Experience in Thailand

My friends and I have been enthusiastic about looking for anomalous and unique spiritual adept to understand spiritual worlds. This time our trip to Thailand took us to a country where magic knowledge has become an industry in itself. So the first question arises, how to separate the bona fide from the charlatans. The answer is never simple, but we publish some articles that describe our experiences in detail. We decided to look for a specific area in Visha (Magick), which is a body-based symbiological art, also known as Sak Yant. Here we have considered the experts working in the field. One of our first experiences was the famous master call, Ajahn Lao. But before we experience our experience, it would be helpful to understand what is Sak Yant.

Sak literally means that Yant comes from the Sanskrit word. Usually like the spiritual gateway used during meditation, they are usually cast into metals or clothes and held as a talisman on their body or used as meditation or as a passage. Yantras in traditional Hinduism and other religions are usually not placed on the body, but in Thailand it is a unique tradition that these yants are tattooed on the body. There are some who believe that Indian Brahmins are mostly Hindu practices in Thailand. These Thai brahmins, as of today, do not initiate an Indian Hindu priest, but maintain a unique blend of traditional Thai and Indian cultures, so that they cannot be seen elsewhere. These Thai brahmins are an integral part of the great religious ceremonies in Thailand. Usually every white is dressed in traditional Thai costumes, which starts every ceremony. Another possible source is Thai Reusis or Rishis because they are more commonly known in India. The forest ascetics of the Reus tradition, who have decided to live a life of the masses specialized in spiritual arts. They have found a very similar tradition in Tibet and are known as yoga. In Thailand, the knowledge of herbal medicine, Yantra and Visha (magic white and black) has become known.

The art of psychological tattooing on the body can be found in the world. The New Zealand Maori have a very spiritual relationship with their traditions, in the Philippines, Malaysia and other parts of Southeast Asia. In parts of southern China, Laos, Cambodia and Thailand, it is known that tribes practice the body of a tattoo. We believe that the combination of effects has created this unique art of tattoo art in Thailand. A mixture of Hindu, Buddhist, Animist and tribal influences has created this wonderfully unique tradition that is still practiced in Thailand. Although it can be traced directly to Cambodia but rarely practiced in Thailand.

Thai-yantras have their own unique symbolism that some countries have borrowed or associated with. The script used is Khom, the ancient Cambodia. The sentences that make up Yant are in Pali Sanskrit, mostly in Buddhist verses. Keep in mind that this art form has been hundreds of years, if not thousands of years. Now that we have seen one of our first experiences with spiritual preparedness in Thailand. We heard about this powerful master of Sak Yant, which Ajahn Lao from reliable sources.

Ajahn Lao is one of Thailand's most interesting Sak Yant masters, both Muay Thai professionals, local Thais and foreigners. He was born in Rayong Province, East Thailand. It began at the age of 16-19 who was twice a 20-23 year old and a 28-37 year old monk. While he was a monk, he studied Pali and graduated from the highest level of Pali Sanskrit. He was very interested in Wicha (Magickal Knowledge) and thought about the real masters who were able to direct him into the creation of yantra and yantra (spritual tatoos). He has studied in many famous masters such as Luang Phor Sawai (Wat Sapansi, Rayong), Luang Phor Tong (Wat Huway Prab, Rayong) and Luang Phor Pon (Wat Bangna Nai, Bangkok). In Singapore, Malaysia, and in these countries, as well as Australia, Taiwan and Hong Kong.

I saw photos from AJ Lao not at all like it, because when I first saw him on Samnak, I paused for a moment and wondered if all my efforts to find him in vain. When I came closer to her, I realized she only looked very young in my pictures, which I saw the right person. He has a solid voice, but he greeted him. After asking us where we are from and a little chat, he offered us what Sak Yant would have thought would be the best for all of us after a brief discussion about our occupations and Sak Yant. Not every Ajahn does this, and he immediately impressed his professionalism and commitment to doing a good job. He decided how easy Sak Yant was, because he explained what Yant means to place it on the body. Despite not speaking English, their Thai language is good. However, he asks that one of his looks (followers / students) come and turn to us, which made it much easier.

One of my friends who came to this trip came from Hong Kong and never experienced Thai Buddhist occult practices, but was soon inclined to get Sak Yant before he left Thailand. After tattooing my friend with Mai Sak, he began to bless his body. Something unexpected happened to my friend and he started khong khuen spiritual transgression; during the blessing process. Keep in mind that you have never seen people get into trance because there was no reference to forgery. After coming out of her, she said she felt natural.

Then my other friend started the tattoo. During the process he started laughing uncontrollably, which we all found very entertaining, but wore the end of the Sak Yant process. During the blessing, he feels intense heat and khong khuen. Shortly after I turned. I was singing Namo Tassa katha 3 times before Ajahn Lao started. I got Mantra to sing in my mind and I took every breath. As Lao Lao launched the Sak Yant procedure, he first placed his index finger on my skin where Sak Yant had to be placed and began to chant some mantras, had a strong feeling that the surrounding area had penetrated into my skin, where Sak Yant had to tattoo . She then entered the tattoo of Mai Sak (traditional YaSan used steel rod).

Then I began to breathe and deliberately sang the mantra I said. As I progressed with the closed eyes, concentrating intensely on the mantra, I gradually felt that my head would be a little lighter than being in deep meditation and almost asleep, the pain of Mai Sak disappeared from my skin. and I was in my own transcendental space. The interesting thing came soon, when I felt, of course, I nodded my head and down and so I got into the feeling and focused my mind on the mantra, and then I started to get caught in for some inexplicable reason, then louder and burst into a loud, low-marsh laugh. I felt like stretching my right hand in a positioning position and my left hand felt comfortable behind my waist. Remember, I knew what was happening, but I was so peaceful in my own area that I didn't really understand what was happening. I knew what was happening, but I let it happen and I didn't fight the feeling.

I like to think I'm logical, and while I saw people going to Khong Khuen, I wasn't sure they were fake or real. I'm sure there are some people who can't feel it under Sak Yant, and I'm sure there are some who are fake, but I felt pretty real. In any case, Ajahn Lao has gone beyond the usual process of giving us only one Sak Yant. He decided to give each of us a free ritual of wealth. Even in this process, I felt that I was pulling energy in my hand. My head felt intense heat as he rubbed the gold foil on his forehead.

The experience of AJ Lao Sam was the least interesting. However, I have to say that you charge a fixed fee that can be negotiated for your work. Otherwise, how could you do it differently on a full-time basis? The price I wouldn't say is cheap, but not excessive. A Rahu Sak Yant (about 22 cm wide by 15 cm) returned us USD100.Mine, which was about 8 inches long and 7 inches wide, paid $ 100. However, AJ Lao's line quality was good for me when I got connected lines, but two of my friends, AJ Lao, used the Ka Pla method, the traditional dotted surface.

The behavior of AJ Lao Kho Haam or Sak Yant is as follows. Not a sexual offense (that is, he did not sleep with someone else's wife). Do not drink or drink alcoholic beverages. Do not steal. Do not insult parents. Do not pass under the clothing line.

This was our experience when we visited, everyone has their own experience and variables since our visit.

Source by Namo Buddhaya

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