Welcome to Thai Kata!

•November 14, 2008 • Leave a Comment

Welcome to the Katas and Mantras blog. I shall be posting all the most useful and needed Katas and pooja methods for you here as i have time to. Thai Katas for all purposes, along with Yantras and other Amulets for Luck, good Business, fortune, health and happiness and the like will find their place in this blog.

Please return often to check for updates.

Latest Publications;

Kata Nang Gwak Who is Nang Gwak  Luck and Riches Kata – Sunday  Na Maetthaa – นะ เมตตา 

What is a Kata?

Kata for good sales

•September 16, 2009 • Leave a Comment

Om Terb Terb Mahaa terb Terb Saarapat terb Sawaaha – Chant 108 times  and sprinkle the water you chanted into onto the goods to be sold or auctioned

PudThai

Luck and Riches Kata – Monday

•September 16, 2009 • Leave a Comment

Yang Yang Bpurisowaa Idteewaa Toorehiwaa Sameebpehiwaa Terassaanupaawena Sataa Hone Dti Bpiyang Ma Ma

Kata Yant Ha Taew

•February 11, 2009 • 1 Comment

Five Pillars Yant is currently one of the most populay sak yant tattoos of the moment; Since the actress Angelina Jolie received hers, throngs of women have received this yant of the “Metta Mahaniyom” variety.

Due to many times having been asked for the kata to this sak yant desing, here it is.

Na Moe Put Taa Ya Na Mae Dti

Moe Put Taa Ya Na Na Mae Dti

Put Taa Ya Na Moe Na Mae Dti

Taa Ya Na Moe Put Na Ma Dti

Ya Na Moe Put Taa Na Mae Dti

Here is another Kata from the Ajarn Lao and Ajarn Noo Versions

Ya Mi I Sa Put Toe Yaa
I Dti Bi Soe Ja Dtae Na Moe
I dti Poe Ti Ma Nup Pa Dtoe
I Dt Sap Pan Yu Maa ka Dtoe
I Dti Bpaa Ra Mid Taa Dting Saa

You can see the design for this in Khom on the Yantpedia galleries

What is a Kata?

•November 16, 2008 • Leave a Comment

Kata comes from the Pali word “Ghata” (or Ghaataa), meaning “speak”. If you think about the English word “spell” (as in magick spell), you will see that to spell a word is also to speak it out, be it on paper or using voice. This is where the word “spell” came from! A Magic Spell is ancient English for “a magick speaking” – Ghata also means “speech” but is generally used to refer to sacred chants and magic spells, as well as sutras given to us by the Lord Bhuddha.

Nevertheless, there are other uses for the word Kata;
Dierajchana Ghaataa (Dierachan kata/เดียรฉานคาถา, in Thai) Dierajchana means “animal” and Ghaataa means speech – any speech which is not dhamma, or at least auspicious (speech which is useless or just cause confusion), is called “Dierajchana Ghaataa”.
Also, the word Dierajchaana is used with the word “Wichaa” ; Wichaa means knowledge (also used for referring to subjects, arts and sciences one may study, such as “electronics” “occult matters” “politics” “wood carving” etc). Any “Wichaa” which is not leading to Dhamma, liberation from suffering and endless rebirths, and Enlightenment, is called “Awichaa” (Avicca, in Pali) (false knowledge). Any Wichaa which uses animal headed ruesi, animal posessions or any kind of work withblack magic or non beneficial uses, is known as “Awichaa” (Avicca – false knowledge, and Dierajchana Wichaa – ignorant animal science). Superstition is also Awichaa, and Buddha warned vehemently against it.
“Do not believe in what you have heard; do not believe in traditions because they have been handed down for many generations; do not believe anything because it is rumored and spoken of by many; do not believe merely because the written statement of some old sage is produced; do not believe in conjectures; do not believe merely in the authority of your teachers and elders. After observation and analysis, when it agrees with reason and is conducive to the good and benefit of one and all, then accept it and live up to it”. (The Buddha)

Kata for “Na Maetta”

•November 16, 2008 • Leave a Comment

Na Maetthaa – นะ เมตตา

“Na Maetthaa Moe Garuna Put Bpraanii Taa Yin Dee – Ya Aen Duu”
นะเมตตาโมกรุณาพุทธปราณีธายินดียะเอญดู
This is the Kata Hua Jai (Heart Mantra) used when making Na Maetthaa.
Notice that the first of each of the 5 phrases of the Kata are the five syllables of Kata Pra Putta Jao Ha Praongk (5 Dhyani Buddhas Kata); “Na Moe Put Taa Ya”.
Na (Maetta – means freindlyness and compassion), Moe (Garunaa – means generosity), Put (Bpraanii – means mercy) – Dtaa (Yin Dee – means to welcome and be pleased to help towards to others) Ya (Aen Duu – means to be worried and concerned about others). As you can see the meaning of this Kata is obviously Maetta through and through.. Its basically the blessing many of you may have recieved with gold leaf on your foreheads whilst visiting a temple.Although called Na Hnaa Tong, and have extra Kata too for protection against illness – but the Na and purpose is almost the same in its purpose.
Chant the following Kata whilst inscribing the “Ma A U” agkara.
Ma Gaaroe Hoethi Sampawoe (for the Ma letter)
A Gaaroe Hoethi Sampawoe (for the A letter)
U Gaaroe Hoethi Sampawoe (for the U letter)
นะ เมตตา โมกรุณา พุทธปราณี ธายินดี ยะเอนดู
สูตรนี้ใช้เป็นคาถาท่องเวลาลงนะเมตตา ครับ
เมื่อลงอกขระ มะอะอุ จงท่องคาถาดังนี้ครับ
มะ กาโร โหติ สัมภะโว ลงตัวมะ
อะ กาโร โหติ สัมภะโว ลงตัวอะ
อุ กาโร โหติ สัมภะโว ลงตัวอุ
เวลาจะลงจันทรซีกและอุณาโลมให้ลงด้วยสูตรต่อไปนี้ครับ

Whilst inscribing the Sickle Moon and the Unalome;
Ath-Tajantang Gaaroe Hoethi Sampawoe (for the Moon)
U Gaaroe Hoethi Sampawoe Unaloemaaa Pbana Chaayatae
A SANG WI SU LOE BU SA PU PA (for the Unalome)

อฑฒะจันทัง กาโร โหติ สัมภะโว ลงจันทร
อุ กาโร โหติ สัมภะโว อุณาโลมา ปะนะ ชายะเต อสังวิสุโลปุสะพุึภะ ลงอุณาโลม

Source; Thai Temple Tattoos – 108 Sacred Na

Luck and Riches Kata – Sunday

•November 14, 2008 • Leave a Comment

The first of the 7 Kata for Luck and Wealth

Sunday;

ฉืมพะลี จะ มหานามัง สัพพะลาภัง ภะวิสสะติ เถระสานุภาเวนะ สะทา โหนติ ปิยัง มะมะ

  • Chimpalii Ja Mahaa Naamang Sappa Laapang
  • Pawissadti Thaerassaanu Paawaena
  • Sataa Hoendti Bpiyang Ma Ma
 
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