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Yvonne Machnic
Yvonne Machnic • 2 years ago

Here’s a submission from Pema, “This is a sacred yant tattoo I got in Wat Bang Pra Thailand by a Buddhist monk. The design basically is a reminder to follow the Dharma (or the middle path), and prayers of protection are whispered into your back as they tattoo it with a large thin needle.”

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