Offer a donation to the master. On your knees, face to face at arm's length with your gaze lowered to the floor, the dish is stretched with gifts forward. He will bless the receipt of the tattoo while offering the offering. We have sacrificial gifts on loan, but you can if you want to bring your own sacrificial gift to make it more personal. This gift is called Parn Kroo and consists of, for example, flowers, cigarettes, a small bottle of alcohol, incense or candles, etc. The second offering, Kar kroo, is a traditional donation of money to the master, on which the master and his family live.
Some of this money is donated to temples and poor people in the mountains of Thailand. Tradition involves money on the tray as a donation. So of the cost of the tattoo, you have to keep £ 20 and put this on the donation tray.
Ajarn Ohr and Bangkok Ink donate some of the money to help people. It can make a difference for villages and schools in the mountains far away from Bangkok. There are no roads, no telephone signals. You can only get there with 4 × 4 terrain cars. There are hundreds of members in the 4 × 4 Off-Road Car Club, including Ajarn Ohr, who all donate to these villages. Sak Yant and Buddhism are after all about helping people ..