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Out Of Town Chiang Mai – Chom Thong – Mae Tia

Chom Thong – Mae Tia

Out of Town in Chiang Mai is my way of life. In this video I travel south of Chiang Mai to Chom Thong, enjoy the coffee at Ngeggee Cafe, visit Asorm Phrom Thada Meditation Centre and Mae Tia Waterfall.
Below are links and more information about this video.
Mae Tia Waterfall https://goo.gl/maps/UhCRxMHjHiZqk1Gz9 (Drive with caution)
Budai – Laughing Buddha
In Feng Shui, the Laughing Buddha, also known by Buddhists as Matreiya, is one of the most supreme symbols of joy and wellbeing. He is a manifestation of wealth luck due to all the auspicious symbols that he holds, some of these being a Ru Yi, Wu Lou, and various gold ingots and coins. He also usually keeps beside him pots and bags filled with treasures.
Phra Mae Thorani
In temple murals, Phra Mae Thorani is often depicted with the Buddha in the mudra known as calling the earth to witness. The waters flowing forth from her long hair wash away the armies of Mara and symbolize the water of the bodhisattva’s perfection of generosity (dana parami). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phra_Ma…
Dvarapala
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dvarapala These statues were traditionally placed outside Buddhist or Hindu temples, as well as other structures like royal palaces, to protect the holy places inside. A dvarapala is usually portrayed as an armed fearsome guardian looking like a demon.
AvalokiteĊ›vara
AvalokiteĊ›vara tries to reach out to all those who need aid https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Avaloki…
Phra Inn Sihuhata
Phra Inn Sihuhata is a mythical, auspicious creature in ancient northern Thailand that signify good fortunes. Phra Inn Sihuhata has been regarded as an auspicious creature by the northern Thai that possessed the divine power capable of drawing wealth from the Earth.
Lersi
The word Lersi is derived from the Sanskrit word Rishi of which Ruesi is a derivative of, meaning a “seer” or “one who sees into the beyond”. https://lersilessons.blogspot.com/201…

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