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Nowadays, when it comes to worshiping something, it is not just about a purified mind to do. If we have problems or need some solutions, having our own spiritual anchor is such a good thing. Due to human nature, we always find a way to relieve ourselves of suffering no matter how helpful that way is.
Talking about the belief of most Asians, we tend to believe in a good day and a bad day. Thai people have been believing in “auspicious occasions” to start new things in life, whether it is about moving into a new house, building a new property, buying a new car, or launching a new business.
From our previous article, we have talked about the importance of the spirit houses. Read it here: Role of Spirit Houses in Thai Society. Now, we are back with another topic about Guardian Spirits or San Chao Thi because we can not only see Spirit Houses or San Phra Phum in Thais’ houses, but we also notice that San Chao Thi has always been paired with it for a long time.
If we talk about the elements of building a house, we tend to focus mainly on the house and the living area. On the other hand, if taking a look at each house around us, we will notice one thing that is almost in everywhere house in Chiang Mai or maybe all over Thailand.
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Keep hearing that Chiang Mai is the second largest city in Thailand? Read our article to find out the facts! It may have begun life as a “New City” back in the late 13th century, but Chiang Mai didn’t actually make the cut for official city status until 1936. And, believe it or not, from…Read More
This Chiang Mai map is part of Perfect Homes Chiang Mai‘s plan to make finding your perfect condo in Chiang Mai even easier.! Zoom in on a location and click on the tab and it will lead you to all out listings for that particular building. Chiang Mai boasts nearly 200 registered condos, many of the ones…Read More
Drinking Water in Chiang Mai – A Survival Guide It’s a familiar scene to those living in the developed world: parched, you reach for the tap (faucet) to enjoy a cool, refreshing drink of water not giving a moment’s thought to the origin, treatment or conveyance of such a precious –and life-giving- resource. Do that…Read More
The Thailand Elite Visa One of the lasting immigration policies of the Thaksin Shinawatra administration is the “Privilege Entry Visa”, also called the “Elite Visa”. The Elite Visa is a multiple-entry visa, valid for five-years, which can be renewed easily upon expiration. But here’s the caveat: as long as the applicant still holds a valid…Read More