This pha yant (yantra cloth) is handwritten by Luang Por Goy himself. Luang Por Goy soaked his hands in the liquid mixture containing of earth, clay and other sacred ingredients (such as magical herbs and fragrant flowers) that were also used in the making of the popular Guman Thong Kao Kot Prai Kop Sap batch.
He then wrote in Khom script the four sacred syllables for inducing the Four Elements (Earth, Fire, Water, Wind) into the consecrated items. The following kata (mantra) is used to achieve this:
Na Ma Pa Ta
Ma Pa Ta Na
Pa Ta Na Ma
Ta Na Ma Pa
The four syllables Luang Por Goy wrote on this particular pha yant reads the second line of the kata: Ma Pa Ta Na.
The pha yant can be worn (folded/wrapped up) by its worshipper, but might as well be placed in a frame and hung onto the wall in the room of one's altar, or at any other desirable place where one would like to display this unique item, that, if worshipped with right intentions, can bring forth blessings of good fortune to the worshipper and protection to the place where the pha yant is located.