Gao Yord, the most recurring magic symbol in The Thai Sak Yant
the most sacred and prodigious tattoo of all the available drawings of Sak Yant, thanks to its universal powers. Many choose it as the first tattoo from which to start and then continue with others. It is usually tattooed at the base of the neck.
“The Nine Towers of Gao Yod represent Mount Meru for Hindus or Mount Sumeru for Buddhists, where according to mythology the universe, the home of the gods, originated.”
The nine spires symbolize 9 Buddhas that confer “special powers”
to those who receive the “sacred tattoo”.
At the center of the design often appear of the
each contains the abbreviation of a
“sacred protection formula”,
the boxes can vary in number according to the size of the tattoo but in principle the transmitted powers will always contain:
Maeta Ma Hah Niyom: you will be treated by others with great kindness, love and compassion that will give you popularity and open up preferential paths
Klaeoklad:you will not suffer accidents and injuries
Chana Satru:you will defeat your enemies and adversity
But Hah Amnat: you will have authority and control over other people
Awk Seuk: You will have the will and strength to go to war or fight battles for those who have the same loyalty and desire for the right
Kong Kra Phan: you will be protected and invincible
Oopatae: You’ll have the ability to do your homework properly seamlessly in any activity you’ll be involved in
But Hah Saneh: it will increase your charms and attractiveness with the opposite sex
But Hah Lap: you’ll have great luck
Noon Chataa: it will help you in your destiny
Pong Gan Antarai: it will protect you from natural disasters and acts of violence
Nah Tee Gan Ngan Dee: it will help you climb your social and work position
In addition, the Sak Yant Gao Yord protects those who receive it from evil spirits and any form of black magic.
“As you may have understood, the magical Sak Yant tattoos can give protection, fame, prosperity, courage, security, invincibility and much more … but, be careful their power is constrained by strict compliance with certain rules or taboos such as respecting all people in the same way, abstaining from eating certain types of food, having sex only outside the menstrual period …”
Failure to comply with certain rules and the passage of time weaken the powers of the tattoo that at this point will have to be reviewed and fortified during the
Literally it means “paying homage to your Guru”.
Really exciting the Wai Khru that every year is held in the Wat Bang Phra temple in the district of Nakhon Chai Si 1 hour and a half from Bangkok.
Usually tattooed at the nape of the neck, the 9 spires are a geometric design that represents the 9 sacred peaks of Mount Meru and also contains the symbolism of the Buddha with the 3 ovals on top of each other.
The wearer of the 9 Gao Yord sak yant tattoo is blessed with protection from evil spirits and luck.
Sak Yan gao yord meaning: This is one of the most tattooed symbols ever. We are always in the world of protection. The design represents the 9 peaks of the sacred mountain and the Buddhas. Each Buddha represents a precise meaning of protection as indicated in the recommended book below to deepen.
We can summarize in a summary some advantages that this tattoo will bring:
- Increase in fame and popularity
- Accident protection and painful situation in general.
- Increase skills to neutralize your enemies.
- Improving the ability to influence people.
- Increased spiritual invincibility.
- It increases the attractiveness of the opposite sex.
- Increased fortunes and economic and family prosperity.
- Improving the condition of your work.
Paed Tidt. The eight directions
Sak yant paed tidt meaning:This geometrically shaped tattoo contains the 8 sacred mantras. This design also indicates the eight representations of the Buddha. Its peculiarity lies in the fact that it protects every condition and in every direction.
Four Spires Yantra. Protection and attraction
Four Spires Yantra meaning: In addition to being tattooed, the Yant See Yord can be engraved on lead, copper silver, gold leaf or plate. It can also be worn, wrapped around the neck, at the waist. Or it can be put in your pocket. This yant you can use it for several occasions:
- If you have to meet a powerful person and you need the yant rub it on your left side.
- If you want to attract love rub it on your right side. To increase effectiveness you can write the date of the meeting with that person, on the reto and the front of a leaf. Then you have to preserve that leaf and keep it clean until the day of falling in love.
- This yant is also capable of avoiding enemies and dangers. It also provides protection from enemy damage. It can help you overcome a disease.
But to upgrade the yan you have to recite this prayer 7 times: Chaya Chaya Itipiso Pakawaa Na Gaaro, Mo Gaaro Put Gaaro Taa Gaaro Ya Gaaro. A Sang Wi On Lo Bu Sa Pu Pa Sappa Pawandtume.
Tiger Yant, New1005
(Tiger Tattoo Meaning)
The tiger symbolizes strength and power … nothing and no one gets into the way of the Tiger because of his fearlessness and strength.
Not only will it help bring strength, power, and courage to its bearer, but it will also help drive away evil spirits.
Here you will find two tigers representing “Amnaj” power over their subordinates which is a symbol that is often carried by members of the army and police.
Between the two tigers we also find the “Yant Putsoorn”, the mantra of the five syllables that you can translate with the Buddha concentrically aligned.
(Hindu Elephant God)
You’ve probably seen Ganesh before, he’s the Hindu god with an elephant’s head.
His popularity is due to his ability to remove obstacles and because he is known as the Lord of the Beginnings and therefore chosen by people who are starting a new chapter in their lives.
More Sak Yant designs and tattoo meanings
There are a lot of different Muay Thai tattoos that people want to own on themselves for different reasons.
If you’re interested in other yant sak tattoos and various meanings, check out sak-yant on google!
Where to tattoo a “REAL” Sak Yant in Thailand
In many temples in Thailand there are still monks who perform Sak Yant tattoos according to the teachings received and the formulas handed down, each temple has its own style that differentiates it from others.
Among Thais, this often serves to distinguish even one territory from another, one gang from another.
“Sak Yant’s magic tattoos are made using a metal torch or a fine bamboo rod with a one-pointed needle or two at the end.”
About 65km from Bangkok, in Nakhon Pathom province, Nakhon Chai Si district, is the
“Wat Bang Phra, the temple with Thailand’s greatest tradition of Sak Yant magic tattoos.”
Here, the Buddhist monks of the temple, disciples ofAbbot Luang Pho Poen (who died in 2002 at the age of 79) make tattoos with great magical powers.
Ordained a monk at the age of 25, Luang Pho Poen spent his life in meditation and helping those in need.
The advocate of sacred spells (Katha) and sacredmagicalatuaggi (Sak Yant),although he never received them, to follow the occult arts handed down to him by his Master Luang Pu Lui Inthasoto.
In the main chapel of Wat Bang Phra is kept the mummified body of the Santone in a glass coffin, at the foot of his sacred sandals that pilgrims after prayer rest in their head, where according to Thai Buddhism resides the Buddha.
To make tattoos of the original Muay Thai yantra you have to go to Thailand and look for a true Thai master who respects tradition. The best are found in the Phuket area, if you are in the area you should go to FAME TATTO.
Phuket is also the most touristy area where Bangkok’s rich spend their holidays, you can consider it the Monte Carlo Thai. But don’t be afraid, the prices are still much lower than the Italian ones.
It’s 3 studies that by appointment call a real Thai master.
They are located in: Kata road, Tambon Karon and Muang in the Phuket area 83100.
Just walk into one of their studios and ask for these tattoos that are priced at around 3000 Bath. Consider that a 1 euro is worth almost 40 bath. To respect tradition the first tattoo they will give you will be the Hah Taew, the five lines, in every area you want of the upper body.
Muay Thai tattoos should always have meaning, and especially when behind there is a mystical or deeper meaning should be something that really feels, that carries with it an important and lived message.
Today, unfortunately, you often see people who have tattoos with meanings that do not belong to them but made simply because they are beautiful or “tamarri”.
To receive the sacred tattoo you make an appointment long before.
On the pre-arranged day you arrive at the temple in the early morning and buy a set of offers for a symbolic amount, inside a golden plate you will receive: incense, candles, flowers and a small envelope where you can enter baht (Thai currency) to offer to the temple for your livelihood.
Each group of recipients is made up of about 20 people who, while waiting their turn, help the Monks keep the person receiving the tattoo in place.
You can choose between different silicone shapes the figure you intend to tattoo, each with a differentmeaning.
“The Buddhist monks of Wat Bang Phra use an ink consisting of palm oil, coal and snake venom to tattoo. At the end of the tattoo the Monk pronounces magical phrases blowing on it to instill power and sacredness”.
Sak Yant’s magical tattoos have gained international fame after many famous actors got tattooed during multiple trips between Thailand and Cambodia many of these tattoos.
Since then, laboratories that practice this type of tattoo have grown out of proportion in a completely sacrilegious and sterile way!
If you want to get a real Sak Yant tattooed, we strongly recommend that you do so at the temples where Buddhist monks and their disciples practice: the only ones, the only proponents, of the Holy Magic Tattoo!
Doing it in any other way would not make sense, it is not a game or something purely aesthetic.
The traditional technique is very different from the modern one and the perception of pain is subjective so giving a correct answer is very difficult.
The traditional stick that pummels the skin is quite painful, the difference from the machine is that it is less invasive and it scars first.
The western machine tends to tear the skin, creates as a more invasive skin cut.
Against the pummeling of the traditional method.