The Pureesart Yaa by Kruba Wat Mai Hong in a silver edged case
I recently bought a couple of original Yaa from one of the most famous makers, Kruba Wat Mai Hong, and this came with that group. It is very old and consists of a simply cast amulet that shows Pureesart, a protective ogre that has spells within both amulets and Sak Yant to repel negative entities and bring Metta. From the chip it can be seen to be made of a form of Yaa Daeng, the red ochre coloured Yaa for which the Tai Yai and Burmese are famous. The colour comes from a few sources, which includes cinnabar, the ore for mercury but they have a technique to remove the poison. The blessing process for this Yaa is incredibly long and some makers spend a lifetime working on their Yaa Daeng, of which there are so many varieties.
This amulet has the mystery we look for in these Yaa, it is both stunning and remarkable.
The benefits for this Yaa are simple and therefore easy. This one is for Metta, to be treat kindly by all those you meet and this is particularly the case when traveling. It also assists us when walking in spiritually wild places by keeping all negative entities at bay.
It measures 1.55” and only uses the Namo Dtassa kata.
Burmese Wicha is renowned for its potent herbal mixtures and the blessings the maker can give. This amulet is a testament to that statement.
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An Original Pureesart Yaa by Kruba Wat Mai Hong - safe travel/spirit protection
Burmese Magic is mysterious and strange and currently very popular as it brings changes to life that we cannot explain. It is famous for its Yaa mixtures, which are combinations of rare plants and specific rituals that can take many months but produce something exceptional. These mixtures are handed down through the generations of Masters that follow. Kruba Apiwat is perhaps the top maker of Yaa mixtures at this time.