“Mebayuh” is one of the manusa yadnya ceremonies, where in the ejection of Pemawacakan Pemayuh comes from the word “bayuh” which means dayuh (comfort or balance). The balance in question is between Bhuana Agung and Bhuana Alit. The concept of “mebayuh” is also one unit with the concept of “Tri Hita Karana” between Bhuana Agung and Bhuana Alit, namely the relationship between humans and God (Parahyangan), humans and nature (Palemahan), and humans and humans (pawongan). This ceremony is also believed to be able to neutralize bad traits or characters or often referred to as Sad Ripu which are carried by humans from birth.
The “mebayuh” ceremony is carried out right on the day of birth which is according to the day, wuku, and birth warrant. Before the “mebayuh” ceremony is carried out, it is necessary to carry out the wacakan. Where is pewacakan, namely reading literature or divination about innate traits according to the day of birth, because each wuku and wewaran has a different type of ceremony so that the offerings and the place of execution will also differ according to the day of birth
Tooth cutting (Balinese: mepandes, mesangih or metatah) is a Hindu-Balinese