Pha Yant Luang Por Tan Jai Large Buddha Yantra Cloth 32 x 22 Inches - Ruay Tan Jai Edition - Kroo Ba Bunsong - Wat Pra Jao Tan Jai
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Large size Buddha Yantra with complete pantheon of Celestial Deities and Himapant Animal Devas, filled with Sacred Na and Khom Agkhara Spells, from the Ruay Tan Jai Edition by Kroo ba Bunsong, of Wat Pra Jao Tan Jai, in Lampang. Praying to Luang Por Tan Jai is believed to bring success in one's endeavours and great p[rosperity.
The Pha Yant measures a large 32 Inches High by 22 Inches wide, and is made from linen cloth. The Pha Yant consists of a very large number of Deities and Celestial Beings, surrounding a central image of the Pra Jao Tan Jai Buddha statue of Wat Pra Jao Tan Jai, one of the most sacred historical Buddha Images in Thailand, renowned for its power to grant fulfilment of wishes, and bring great prosperity.
The Buddha Image was cast in a single day and installed, which is perhaps the most problem-free and successful rapid casting and installation of any Buddha Image, which reflects the power of success which is instilled within the image. The statue has been empowered and awoken using a different wicha to other images, with a special Hua Jai Pra Jao Buddha-Heart inserted into the chest of the interior of the Buddha, which has been blessed and awoken during the opening of the eyes of the Buddha Ceremony (Buddha Abhiseka).
Each Yantra cloth has its own individual numbered series stamp on it in this limited edition. The number of item received may differ from the one seen in the photo below, because each Pha Yant has an individual number.
The Pha Yant were blessed in a major Buddha Abhiseka/Deva Abhiseka at Wat Pra Jao Tan Jai on the 3rd of October 2558 BE, with a number of important and highly adept masters present to assist in the empowerment;
Luang Phu Khaeg Bapaso of Wat Suntara Pradit, in Pitsanuloke, Luang Por Say Tong Gidtibalo, of Wat Ta Mai Daeng, in Tak Province, Luang Por Kroo Ba Inta Pattanawijit, of Wat Gukam, in Lampang, Kroo Ba Bunyang Bunyangkaro, of Wat Huay Nam Un, in Lampun, and of course Pra Kroo Buddha Dhamma Sopit (Kroo Ba Bunsong), Abbot of Wat Pra Jao Tan Jai, in Lampang, to preside over the Ceremony.
A host of Celestial Devas and Magical Beings are emblazoned upon the Yantra Cloth surrounding the central Buddha Image, each Deva with its own invocations and magical blessings imbued, including the below;
Listed From top left in clockwise direction; Pra Sivali, Thaera Jao Arahant, for Mercy Charm and Prosperity, Pra Narai Vishnu Deva for Protection and Assistance in on'e Endeavours, Por Gae Lersi Dta Fai Dern Dong (Ruesi in the Forest), for protection and professional advancement, and Taw Waes Suwan Asura Deva, for protection against Demons and Black Magick, and Wealthy Business Success.
Below pic counting from top left in clockwise direction; 1. Paya Hongs Golden Celestial Swan, for Maha Sanaeh and Metta Maha Niyom, with Wua Tanu sacred Bull of Protection of Treasures, 2. Deva of the Wind and Air (Vayu), invoking the Angelic Beings of the Air, to protect and bestow blessings, 3. Suea Liaw Hlang, Tiger looking over its shoulder, for protection, and removing the brunt of bad Karma, Mercy Charm and Maha Sanaeh Seductive Influence, 4. Paya Rachasri Phone (Pouncing Himapant King Lion), for Maha Amnaj Command and Dominion, Status and Power, and Maha Pokasap Wealthy Fortunes.
Below pic counting from top left in clockwise direction; 1. Buddha bestowing blessings as Dhamma Teachings, with two victory flags to conquer all evils flanking him, 2. Pra Jao tan Jai Buddha, with the Kata 'U Aa Ga Sa Na Chaa Lii Dti' either side, and some Sacred Yant Ongk Pra, and Yant Nam Tao, for Auspicious Serm Duang Karma Improvement, Protection, and Guidance, 3. Dtao Ruean Lucky Turtle Yantra for Maha Lap Wealthy Fortunes and Long Life, Sariga Koo (Yant Suwanna Bpoedok), for Jerajaa (Convincing Speech), and Maha Sanaeh Seductive Mercy Charm, Yant Trinisinghae for All Round Blessings, with Yant Maha Ud Gunstopper Yantra, and a pair of Pla Tapian Lucky Barb Fish for Good Business, and treasure Accumulation, 4. Pra Mae Guan Im (Kran Yin Bodhisattva Goddess), for Metta Maha Niyom, and Release from Sufferings.
Below; Pra Pikanes See Gorn 4 Armed Ganesha
Below; Yant Hanuman Haw Pen Daw Pen Duean Monkey God Son of Vayu Yawning out the Moon and the Stars, for Winning all Victories, Invincibility, and Status.
Below; Pra Prohma Tada (Brahma God), for Successful Enterprises and Mercy Charm
The Yantra is a very Sacred Yantra, and should be placed in a high place, preferably on the wall of your shrine, or in a standing frame on the altar. It can be placed in the shrine of your place of business, the household, or your place of meditation and prayer. You can also fold it and keep it in the top pocket, but this size of Yantra cloth is more recommendable for wall placement than any other method.