This takrut is one of the most sought after and successful takrut amulets of the great master Por Kroo Huan. A most auspicious Buddhist yantra and kata are the base formula for this powerful wicha which uses Buddhakhun (‘Buddha magic’) power to lend the true lineage of the enlightened arahants, and the energy flow of the current that flows from nibbana to us in samsara, and bestow blessings which will lead us ever upwards into further ascension.
With the heart mantra of the Tripitaka and its 84,000 verses of Dhamma resounding within the takrut, both the angels approach to protect and admire, and the Maras and demons cower in fear and reverence for the universal and unshakeable truth of the Dhamma contained within the Tripitaka canon.
Takrut Hua Jai Pra Trai Pidok before encasement
The takrut Hua Jai Pra Trai Pidok protects against all evils, Maras, black magic, and enemies. It also assists in evasion of deadly accidents, and dangerous events will be survived safely. The takrut offers protection in all the directions of the compass, and indeed the universe, for this wicha is of the ‘Krob Jakrawal’ variety (‘good for everything’, and works everywhere in all areas and directions).
Takrut Hua Jai Pra Trai Pidok after encasement
A most auspicious and recommendable amulet that can be used for generations, and will always maintain its sacred powers, for it refuges not in the power of herbs or Powders, but in the power of the complete eighty-four thousand suttas of the Buddha Dhamma, which was, is and always will be, undeniable, and therefore, as indestructible as a diamond.
The slim shape of the takrut with its inoffensive smooth silver surface deceives greatly the fact that it conceals all 84,000 suttas of the Tripitaka heart mantra invoking all the Dhamma teachings of the Lord Buddha, for all the spirit worlds and celestial beings to hear resounding through the takrut.
Kata Takrut Yord Hua Jai Pra Trai Pidok
Su Wi A Wi A Su Wa Su Wi Wa A Hi Sang Put To Na Mo Put Taa Ya Na Ma Pa Ta.
Chant this three times, and then blow on the takrut.
After making morning, evening or any other prayer or offering to the Buddha, it is a perfect and auspicious time to chant and empower the takrut. However, one should always chant Maha Namasakara first before chanting to the takrut.
View this amulet in our store here: Takrut Yord Hua Jai Pra Trai Pidok (‘Guru Heart Mantra of the Tripitaka’) – Por Kroo Huan Sukh Ying