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post Oct 17 2009, 05:57 PM


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LP Tuad หลวงปู่ทวด (“Somdej Phra Rajamuni Samiramagunupamacarya")2523 [1980] (108 kind of sedges powders) first (1st) batch by LP Than Kiew of Wat Huay Ngor, Pattanaee Province พ่อท่านเขียว วัดห้วยเงาะ


LuangPuThuad PhimSiLiam NurPhongSiiDaeng Luang PhorKeiw WatHuayNgor B.E.2523

หลวงปู่ทวด พิมพ์สี่่เหลียม เนื้อผงสีแดง หลวงพ่อเขียว วัดห้วยเงาะ พ.ศ.๒๕๒๓.



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KATHA FOR LP KIEW

Nah Pran Manora

Katha for good business & wealth

Om Na Ma Meema Na Ne Nu Ni Na Sawaha Sawahom. (7x)

Katha for protection

Tum A Tum Ya Pu Sa A Su Pu Sa Pa Pu Tum Tum Tum.


Katha for Metta

Or Ah Saneha Manud Sajitti Or Ah Saneha Manud Sajittang
Or Ah Mulapalang Or Ah Putta Nama Mihang.


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Khun Chang

Titta Sati Hu Pa Ka Su Hawaha

http://utom78.blogspot.com/search/label/Wat%20Huay%20Ngoh

http://utom78.blogspot.com/search/label/Wa...uay%20Ngoh%20II

[url=http://www.amuletgame.com/index.php?lay=show&ac=cat_showcat&l=2&cid=12884&page=1&viewtype=1&sorttype=]http://www.amuletgame.com/index.php?lay=sh...ype=1&sorttype=[/url


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post Oct 17 2009, 06:31 PM


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Luang Phor Tuad หลวงปู่ทวด (“Somdej Phra Rajamuni Samiramagunupamacarya") - Ajan Phrom and mass chanted at Wat Changhai (2551) Roon and Buraya Ubosoth Wat Barn-Suan, Pattalong : Material :Mekapat [MADE 500 PIECES]

Black Glass/Mekapat. What i understand from this batch of LP Tuad was released by Wat Bansuan in 2551 and this batch of LP Tuad was also chanted in Wat Changhai.

http://saengthai.org/?m=200912 [good very good article on LP Tuad by saengthai.org ]

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http://www.thai-amulets.com/lp_thuad.htm

http://simplybuy.webs.com/phralpthuad.htm

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http://www.freewebs.com/simplybuy/phralpthuad.htm

http://luangportuad.siamfoundation.org/

http://saengthai.org/?m=200912

KATHA FOR Luang Phor Thuad


Short phrase version

[b]Namo Bu Di Sa To,
Ah Kan (gan) Ti Ma Ya,
Ei ti Ba ga va, ( 3 times)
Na Ca Li Ti (Optional )


Full phrase version

Namo Bu Di Sa To; Ah Kan Ti May Ya, Ei Ti Ba Ga Va (3 Times)
Pa dam Ra ja mu ni; Sa mi ra mam Ara dha nam Sa ra nam ; Na Ca Li Ti (3 times)
Namo Bu di sa to; Ra Ja Muni Sa mi ra mo; Ma ha pun yo; Anubhavena Me Rakkhantu x3



http://utom78.blogspot.com/search/label/LuangPu%20Tuad%20II

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post Oct 17 2009, 06:33 PM


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1st Batch Phra Kring Chalermpon 2552 NAWA LOHA [(Inverse Pattern : Change Bad to Good] LP Thong Wat Sumpaochery ( SAMBAOCHE), Pattanee - at 92 at 2552 [2009]). The late Luang Phor Thong Wat SamPaoChey Pattani has passed away around 1pm.26th April 2554 (AD2011).


[NOT FOR RENT] PREMIUM

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Back with LP Thong Takrut - Calling Money

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There is another one made of metal (made 2,999 pieces) see : http://thaiamuletsonline.com/goods-280-Phr...amPaoCher).html and http://khaideeamulets.com/goods.php?id=130 I am not associated with any of these website and just recommend these sites for reference


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http://fohbaothaiamulets.blogspot.com/sear...&max-results=15



http://www.g-pra.com/guaranteepra/index.ph...21&pra_id=97560

http://www.g-pra.com/guaranteepra/index.ph...21&show=cluball

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post Oct 17 2009, 06:34 PM


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PHRA KRING Phromakhun (BE 2549) LP HONG of WAT PETBURI


Phra Kring Phromakhun mean the blessing of Phra Phrom (Bhrahma) and medicine buddha. Bring good health, fortune to the wearer, grant successful and protection. This image of Buddha holding lotus pose of Parng Chanamarn" victorious from all evils. At buttom the name "Hong". Backside image Phra Phrom, Ceremony blessed/chanted BE 2549. Luang Pu Hong's 88 years old.
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Kruba Boon Choom Yansangwaro 2548 , Wat Phra Thart Dorn Reuang Ampher Chiang Dtoong Myanmar

This batch of Kruba Boon Choom rein was chanted on the ship during the Thai's Queen's 72 years birthdayby monks from 4 countries.(Burma, Thailand, Laos & China).
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post Oct 17 2009, 06:37 PM


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LP Pian (Pean) Wat Kern Kathin

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LP Pian (Pien) is one of the most famous present-time guru masters who have good knowledge in the magical arts amulets and Buddhist Dharma. His amulet is very famous in protection and wealth.

http://www.siam-amulets.com/luang_phor_pian.htm

http://www.soonphra.com/shop/tulakom/default.php

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post Oct 17 2009, 06:39 PM


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1st batch LP Thong Rian (Silver Red Color Painted) 2552 Wat Sumpaochery (SAMBAOCHE), Pattanee. The late Luang Phor Thong Wat SamPaoChey Pattani has passed away around 1pm.26th April 2554 (AD2011) at the age of 94.


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Lp,Thong Image Coin Chalorngjaydee Amulet series ( Aniversary Holy Tower Amulet series) Backside is Jaydee (Holy Tower) Circle around style ( Frist amulet series at the age of 92 years old - 2552. The late Luang Phor Thong Wat SamPaoChey Pattani has passed away around 1pm.26th April 2554 (AD2011). )

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First Ceremony at Sumpaochey Temple On 20 May 2009


Last Ceremony at Sumpaochey Temple On 8 August 2009

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Gold - 109 pieces

Silver Gold Mask - 999 pieces

Nawa Silver Mask - 1,999 pieces

Silver Thai Flag Painted - 1,999 pieces

Silver Red Color Painted - 1,999 pieces

Silver Blue Color Painted - 1,999 pieces

Black Copper - 30,000 pieces


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post Oct 17 2009, 06:40 PM


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Takrut Call Money 2552 (2nd batch) ) - LP Thong, Wat Sumpaochery (SAMBAOCHE), Pattanee. The late Luang Phor Thong Wat SamPaoChey Pattani has passed away around 1pm.26th April 2554 (AD2011) at the age of 94.

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Chalorngjaydee Amulet series ( Aniversary Holy Tower Amulet series)

3999 pieces


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First Ceremony at Sumpaochey Temple On 20 May 2009


Last Ceremony at Sumpaochey Temple On 8 August 2009
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post Oct 17 2009, 06:42 PM


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Kruba Noi (CHIANG MAI ) - Pra kring Wu Kar Pak BE 254+

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Kruba noi from wat si dong mu has been an expert of concentration of mindfulness in Buddhism way.
He studied magic from his master, lorng pu pin .Also, Kruba noi has been studied the art of making efficacious amulets and giving good blessing and chanting.
Kruba noi of wat si dong mu, Chiang Mai province is well-known among amulet collectors nowadays.
This Pra Kring is made by kruba noi of wat si dong mu.
This beautiful kring is made of old material and when shaken produces a ringing sound.People believe that hearing the ring from this pra kring amulet can bring you so much wealth in your lives through fame luck as well.
This pra kring Wu kar pak means forever rich, which means wearing this pra kring will be rich and not be in debt and poor.
This pra kring below is craved with serial code and yantra. This pra kring is properly blessed by kruba noi during a major ceremony at wat si dong mu.
This amulet is best for:

1) Business luck and sales luck.
2) Increase good luck everyday.
3) Never be in debt.
4) Never experience poor or poverty.
6) Protect the owner from enemies, danger, bad things.
7) Peace of mind and happiness everyday.
8) Able to be promoted in your job.
9) Able to attract more money making opportunity everyday.
10) Attract the right kind of opportunity and people to you.
11) Successful in everything that you do.
12) Well-liked by all.
13) Attract wealth and good luck from all direction of life.
14) poverty to richness
14) Overcome all barriers in life.


1)Made into holy water to bath away all the bad luck and increase his good luck.
2)When moving into a new house, use the kring to make into holy water to spray around the house to get rid of negative energy and evil spirits.


Article copy from : http://thailand-charms-amulets.blogspot.co...01_archive.html

http://thailand-charms-amulets.blogspot.co...ak-forever.html

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post Oct 17 2009, 06:43 PM


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LP Ngern " Pim Niyom" (Mongkol Maharat Batch) (Made of Lek Namphee) 2551/2552 Wat BangKlaan, Pijit province. HRH Princess Soamsavali presided the consecretion ceremonies at both Wat Bowonniwet Viharn (Bangkok) and Wat Bang Klaan in Pichit province. mass chanted by:


Luang Phor Phra Phromuni,
Luang Phor Peradeth,Wat Bawon,
Luang Phor Sarid,Wat Bangklan,
Luang Phor Foo,Wat Barngsamak,
Luang Phor Ruay,Wat Tagoh


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This is one of the lowest grade : [ http://thaiamulets-dhammapath.blogspot.com...op-lor-pim.html (please look for the price of this brass LP Ngern made 12,551 pieces and this Pim Niyom - Lek Namphee was made 2551 pieces)

http://thaiamulets-dhammapath.blogspot.com...leknamphee.html

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post Oct 17 2009, 06:44 PM


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Kruba Krissana Intawanno is also know as "Butterfly king"

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REF :

http://www.thai-amulets.com/Monks_Detail.aspx?mid=17

ARTICLES FOR OTHER SIDE REPRODUCE FOR REFERENCE

KUBA KRIT-SA-NA have his monk name is "IN-TA-WA-NO". He was born on August 1, 1954. Now he is 52 years old and present abbot of "WAT PA-MA-HA-WAN" Temple.KUBA KRIT-SA-NA was received his dination on October 27, 2522 when he was 25 years old. After that, He spent 10 years studying Buddhist holy texts , Old magic and practiced meditation in the forests located in North of Thailand. After 10 years of learn the local people became aware of a great monk that was residing in the area and requested that he move back to the forest and construct a new temple,Facilities were built along with a pond of water. KUBA KRIT-SA-NA used the earth from excavated pond to make the "SA-LI-KA" Couple as a sacred object of worship, blessed by KUBA KRITSANA himself. After that, KUBA continued to make his now famous and instantly recognised Butterfly amulet which in actual fact is a pair of "SA-LI-KA" Bird


KATHA

When chanting all this katha, think to KB Krissana, Lord Shiva, Aumatayvee and in mind pray: ''Ahom Namaha Shivaya Mahudnirunya''

Morning

Krissana krissana haray haray rama haray,
Krissana krissana namapata,
Yeram Yesiram Yeram.

Afternoon

Krissana krissana haray haray krissana,
Dosmaraysa rama siriram,
Yeram yeyeram namapata.


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Archan/Somdej Toh by LP Nak of Wat Rakang with three takruts below



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This is a write up on this amulet (This amulet is with three takrut at the bottom)

REF : http://www.siam-amulets.com/nnak_pim_yai2.html

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post Oct 17 2009, 06:47 PM


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1st Batch LP Thong Loop Lor [Nawa Loha - 1,999 pieces] [AC Thong Roop Lor Ner Nawak Gerk Ngern] 2552 Wat Sumpaochery (SAMBAOCHE), Pattanee. His 1st batch Loop Lor was released at the present age of 92 [2552]. The late Luang Phor Thong Wat SamPaoChey Pattani has passed away around 1pm.26th April 2554 (AD2011) at the age of 94.

(His first Loop Lor batch at the age of 94 years old and his last batch)

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Chalorngjaydee Amulet series ( Aniversary Holy Tower Amulet series)


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First Ceremony at Sumpaochey Temple On 20 May 2009


Last Ceremony at Sumpaochey Temple On 8 August 2009
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Gold - 29 pieces
Nawa Loha- 1,999 pieces
Ancient White Gold - 2,999
Black - 5,999


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http://www.flickr.com/photos/34977667@N08/4006982593/

http://www.flickr.com/photos/34977667@N08/4007749646/

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post Oct 17 2009, 06:49 PM


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Limited Edition [300 pieces] Phra KhunPaen Nur PhongFangTakrutThongKarm 9 dok SiiKeiw Ajarn KhunPan 2542 Wat Khao Or PREMIUM


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http://www.freewebs.com/geonetis/ayutthayatemples.htm

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Lp Ngern "Pim Niyom" (Mongkol Maharat Batch) [หลวงพ่อเงิน 2551 รุ่น มงคลมหาราช] 2551/2552. [ nawa material] Wat BangKlaan, Pijit province. HRH Princess Soamsavali presided the consecretion ceremonies at both Wat Bowonniwet Viharn (Bangkok) and Wat Bang Klaan in Pichit province. mass chanted by :

รูปหล่อลอยองค์ พิมพ์นิยม
เนื้อนวโลหะแก่ทองคำ


Luang Phor Phra Phromuni,
Luang Phor Peeradech,Wat Bawon,[picture No.9]
Luang Phor Sarid,Wat Bangklan,[picture no. 10]
Luang Phor Foo,Wat Barngsamak [picture no. 7]
Luang Phor Ruay,Wat Tagoh [picture no. 9]

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Picture 2 : The Buang-Sruang Ceremony held at Wat Bangklan, Pichit Province on October 13, 2008


Picture 3: The Buang-Sruang Ceremony held at Wat Bavornives (Wat Bowen), Bangkok on October 23, 2008


Picture 4 : Phra Prommunee putting the melted gold into the mold at Wat Bavornives, Bangkok on October 23, 2008)


Pictures 5,6,7 : HRH Princess Soamsavali presided the consecretion ceremonies at both Wat Bowonniwet Viharn (Bangkok) and Wat Bang Klaan in Pichit province


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Katha for LP Ngerm, Wat Bangklan, Pichit

Aka-adhi Adhi-aka
Thi-ah ka-ah
Vandāmi ācāri pañca hirañña
Nāma kamthiram
Siddhi kantam mahā tejam
Siddhi mantam va sadāram


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post Oct 17 2009, 06:51 PM


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Kruba Aliyacat Locket - Kruba Ali Achat - Wat Sang Keow Photiyan, Chiangrai. According to source, this amulet is no longer available at temple as all had been rented out.


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Katha :


Nama Putatnan

Nama Pupotiya

Nama Pimutaman

Nama Pimuyiya

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Sitkkijang Sitikaman Sitikaryang

Sitiwaja Katagato Sitiraphu Nirantarang

Sitidaecho Chayonijang Sitikaman Pasitimai

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A write up about Kruba Aliychati get from the net [This write up of kruba biography does not belong to me brows.gif ] I posted it here for sharing purpose.


In aged 12,Kruba already follow his brother and become KaYong Wat and like to study.During that time,Kruba already show his intelligent in Buddhist Teaching.He ever used one night only to familiar with Old LanNa (Tuah Meng) and later official as SaMakNing (6th,Apr,2541)at Wat Chai MongKung(Last Time Known As Wat Wang Mui),Lamphun during Kruba 17 yrs old.Aliyachart name mean can understand the past and can know the future.

Kruba first study with Kruba Chang Tip whose very famous and also Master for Kruba Boon Chum.Then later study with Kruba Boon Som.Kruba Intha,Kruba Zhai Wong Sar & other Senior Kruba at Northern Thai.

Kruba also passed few yrs of Tudung life start from Chiang Mai ~ Lamphan ~ Paeh ~ Nan and stay at grave Yard together with Phra AC Manik and after that Phra AC Manik was leaving and Kruba continue his Samathi here alone for total of 8 mths.

Kruba was very well known on his Samathi (mindful concentration) practice,just go for Deep Meditation for 8 days 7 night this year 2.1.09 ~ 9.1.09 with only 1 bottle of water and without eating and going out anywhere.


http://sg-hub.com/index.php/topic,1558.0.html

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post Oct 17 2009, 06:53 PM


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Jao suar Maha Setthi [nawa] 2552 by LP Cher (Jer/Jur-ah) of Wat Klang Bang Kaeo, Nakhon Pathom
Lp Cher (Jurah) passed away on 29th December 2009 at 11:00 am Thai time

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Phra Khun Paen Yod Khun Pon (Yodkhunpon) Amulet 2551, Wat Donsala(mass chanted)

Made by Wat DonSaLa at year 2551. Blessed also at Wat Khao Or. Mass Chanted by a lot of famous monks. Including LPKloy of Wat PuKalThong, Achan PaSut of Wat NaiTao, LPPhorm of Wat BanSuan & LP U-Thai, Wat Donsala, Pattalung Province


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[NOT FOR RENT] REMARK : REASONABLE AND WORTH COLLECTING

[REFERENCE : http://www.billionmore.com/product/detail....hes=0&replace=0 ]

Year: B.E 2551 (C.E.2008)

Great Ceremonies:

- Pithee Pluksek (bless materials) in the 1st step at Wat Don Sala at 23 July B.E.2551.
- Pithee Phutthaphisek in the second step at Chattham Ban Pote Cave, Khao Ooh at 24 September B.E. 2551
- Pithee Phutthaphisek in the third step at Phra Ubosoth, Wat Don Sala at 3 October B.E. 2551
Summary :
1: 23-07-2551 - Wat Donsala
2: 24-09-2551 - Chttham Ban Pote Cave, Wat Kao Oh
3: 03-10-2551 - Wat Donsala


Purpose for Making: Making this Buddha amulet is joining donation at the temple.

Power: People believe LP U-thai’s amulet much more power to help the owner from bad thing, evil forces and promising business success.

The background of this batch:

Phra Ajarn Mahauthai Vimlo or LP U-Thai the abbot of Wat Don Sala has aimed to rebuild Phra Ubosoth to be beautiful as before so LP built the amulets from Khao Ooh and Wat Don Sala by collecting many Wahns from Ajarn Plien Hathayanon, the only alive student of Phar Ajarn Parn, Wat Khao Ooh to be the head to find many Wahns. Besides, in doing Pithee Hung Niew Kin Mun of Khao Ooh, Phra Ajarn Plien is the head to do this ceremony in every time. Phra Khun Paen Yod Khun Phon, Phutthakom Khao Ooh in Nen Kaew Version, Phra Ajarn Mahauthai was built according to the books of Khao Ooh to have sacred, powerful as novice who studies many Visha in many points and aspects by blessing Pithee blessing Maha Wahn Ya, Pong Arthan, Pong Tonsit and old materials both Khao Ooh and Don Sala a lot, especially for Maha Wahn are used more than 300 types, including protection, Mahaut, Mahametta, Mahaniyom, Mahasaney, luck and many other materials to mix such as Din 7 Pa Cha, Din 7 Pong, Din 7 Tha, Din 7 Talad, Pong Attithat LP Tim, Pong Prai Guman, Mai Ta Kien Tai Prai Wat Pichaisongkram and the dew of Nang Ta Kien on the ceremony that happened on 13 July B.E. 2551 at 1.00 a.m. at the rest area of Wat Don Sala. The Geji who are in the Pithee are Phra Ajarn Kloy, Wat Phoo Khao Thong, Phra Ajarn Iiad Koke Yam, Phra Ajarn Ransiri, Wat Ban Suan, Phra Ajarn Hong, Wat Khao Ooh, Phra Ajarn Prasoot, Wat Nai Tao, Phra Ajarn Phaisit, Samnak Sonk Vivek Sam Kaew, Phra Ajarn Mahauthai, Wat Don Sala, and Than Ajarn Plien Hathayanon which in Pithee, Ajarn Plien is the head to boil Khao Niew Dum. The objective is not only to find money to rebuild Sala, it also spread the Phutthakom of Khao Ooh and Don Sala. At the back of the amulet batch Phra Khun Paen Yod Khun Phon had brought Maha Yant Na Chapphannarangsi from the key books of Ajarn Chum Chai Kiri to decorate for the magic of Maha Yant. This Yant Ajarn said that there is Na that Phor Paen gave to Ajarn which is the most precious thing for LP even when LP’s writing this now. Besides, Thep Guman Dood Sup or Thep Guman Dood Rok is the most miracle object which is the science of Khao Ooh that is the best of the precious objects by building the method of Pook Phayon by direct mind for calling figure and name from four That which are soil, water, wind, fire until happen 32 spirits in the objects. So, it can call that Khun Paen Yod Khun Pon Phutthakom Khao Ooh (Nen Kaew Version) and Thep Guman Dood Sup is the best of miracle objects of money, luck, protection, Mahaut, Metta Mahaniyom, Mahasaney, Mahalaluay can be both Phayon and Guman Thong that can call money and luck to the one who possesses or worships them.

The history of Wat Don Sala:

It locates at Tumbon Magog Nue, Amphur Kuan Kanun, Patalung province. The abbot totally of Wat Don Sala are the monks of Wat Khao Ooh and in some era, the abbot of Wat khao Ooh are the abbot of Wat Don Sala simultaneously.


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PRA PIDTA PANGPAKARN/Back Rahu (mass chanted ) by Archan Khun Pan 2545 Wat Khao Or. Archan Khun Pan passed away on 2551

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LP Tuad (“Somdej Phra Rajamuni Samiramagunupamacarya") 2551 [Phim Kammakarn /Committee mold] (Nawa - limited edition -600pieces) by Archan Daeng of Wat Rai, Pattani. Phim Kammakarn means the temple's patronage persons who supported the construction and renovation projects of the temple.

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The Nak chop " and a bell ontop of it £" - 600 pieces VERY RARE IN THE MARKET

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The Kor Chop "n" and a bell ontop of it - 1,500 pieces

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The normal phim just a bell - 5,678 pieces


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Ref : http://www.freewebs.com/geonetis/lptuadwatrai.htm

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White Peacock Phayant together with Kruba hand gold marker inscription of yan on it rclxms.gif rclxms.gif - Kruba Ahlichat of Wat Sang Kaew Phothiyan This Pha Yant is no longer available at the temple and the new batch of pha yang is yellow in colour and in larger size. As i have seen the same range of phayant on the net, however two important marks are missing. One should take note that there should be numbering on the bottom left hand corner of the Phayant and also a temple cop on the right hand site center next to the Peacock. This phayant is not a Phoenix Phayant. Kruba Ahlichat is for for Peacock. Other than peacock symbol, takrut, mitmor and Phra Kring also famously created by Kruba.

Purpose : Increase business and money luck

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LP Yai (more than 100 years old ). Donation for temple to build Kuan Yin Statute smile.gif

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Pidta Mahalap 2552 of LP Sang Wat Thai Chareon/Wat Luang Pu Kaew (code 29) limited to 399 pieces - 3 takrut below. There are only two phim for rent - with three takrut below (399 pieces) and without takrut (500 pieces)

[THIS PIECE GIVEN AWAY FREE]


REF :

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Somdej Kaiser 2529 (Wat Arun [Wat Arunrachawarararm]- The Temple of Dawn) [PHIM YAI XL BIG MOULD] MASS CHANTED brows.gif brows.gif brows.gif brows.gif brows.gif thumbup.gif thumbup.gif thumbup.gif thumbup.gif thumbup.gif

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REF: ARTICLES

http://www.freewebs.com/simplybuy/watarun.htm

http://www.thai-amulets.com/somdej_kaiser-lek.html

http://www.thai-amulets.com/somdej_song_kaiser.htm

The Wat Arun or the Temple of Dawn, is named after Aruna, the Indian God of Dawn. Sitting majestically on the Thonburi side of the Chao Phraya River, the legendary Wat Arun is one of the most striking riverside landmarks of Thailand. Despite the name, the most spectacular view of the glittering monument can be seen from the east side of the river at sunset, when the spires of Wat Arun make an impressive silhouette against the skyline.

This Wat or Buddhist temple is an architectural representation of Mount Meru, the center of the world in Buddhist cosmology. In the mythology of Tibetan Buddhism, Mount Meru is a place that simultaneously represents the center of the universe and the single-pointedness of mind sought by adepts. Thousands of miles in height, Meru is located somewhere beyond the physical plane of reality, in a realm of perfection and transcendence. The four-corner prang of Wat Arun, which house images of the guardian gods of the four directions, reinforces this mystical symbolism.

Reference : http://www.watarun.net/

http://iluvamulets.blogspot.com/2011/01/ph...ong-kaiser.html

Did you know?...

Did you know that before Somdej Kaiser Wat Arun was consecrated it was first buried in temple grounds of nine different temples for a period of time? and some are put inside the chedi of those temples?...until now a portion of the original number of Somdej Kaiser that was produced are still inside those chedis.

Some of the well known temples that Somdej Kaiser Wat Arun was buried are...
1. Wat Rakhang
2. Wat Ketchaiyo
3. Wat Bangkhumprom
4. Wat Sikan
5. Wat Khun In
and among other temples

After it was dug up the copper coin was stuck on to it then it was consecrated. People also Don't know that Somdej Kaiser Carries two Chops...the common one which is the SO KO chop and the more rare one which is the Chedi Chop or Roop Prapang.

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Khun Paen Bai Phusa (6th Batch) by LP Tim Wat Prakow, BE 2548 [limited edition with one gold takrut]
LP Tim passed away on 22nd March 2009 (B.E2552) at the age of 96.

Made : 699 pieces

This is the Khun Paen of Normal Phim taken from elsewhere. Pure white without any colour and materials in it

Luang Phor Tim was one of the top guru monks of the present era. He is well-known and popular for his knowledge in both Dharma and Visha (supernatural arts)

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On Sunday, March 22, 2009, at 11.00, Master Sang Worn Samanakit (Lp. Tim, Atta Santo) has peacefully passed away at Rok Suang Aok’s hospital, Nontha Buri.


Lp. Tim, Atta Santo (Master Sang Worn Samanakit), he is the abbot at Phra Kaw Temple, Tam Bon Phra Kaw, Amphur Bang Ban, Ayutthaya. He is also the eldest master in Ayutthaya.

On Friday, March 1, 2009, Lp. Tim was 96 years old, and got 61 years (Ordination).

Lp. Tim was born in March, 1913. Then, he was ordained in April 10, 1948; Phra Udom Samachan (Lp.) Nam Taow Temple was a preceptor.
In 1949, he got a bachelor class of religious student.
In 1950, he got a master class of religious student.
In 1957, he got a doctor class of religious student.
In 1961, he was an abbot at Phra Kaw Temple.
In 1967, he was appointed to be the dean at Tam Bon Nam Taow and Tam Bon Phar Kaw. He was also designated in the priest of rank to be a third-class provost named “Phra Kru Sang Worn Samanakit”.
In 1977, he was promoted to be a master-class provost in the unchanging name.
In 2007, he was rewarded in Sao Sema Tammajak’s award as a master who dedicated to Buddhism, in a field of people work and society support.

Lp. Tim was praised to be the god of mercy. He was the monk who was completely filled with kindness and always supported to people in any ways. Lp Tim was always invited to “Phuttha Pisek” ceremony. The amulets at temples must be regularly the name of Lp. Tim.

Lp. Tim helped communities around the temple and Wat Phra Kaw School; where is the academy of local people’s children. He furthermore patronized in terms of building and scholarship all the time. The amulets that Lp. Tim had created, each charm is magical and blessed. People who bring this to pay homage will get luck, be turned danger into safety, including be pleasing from others, as well as progressing in life and career.

For the body of Lp. Tim, he was moved to Phra Kaw Temple on Monday, March 23, 2009, at 12.00 a.m. for people who want to bathe him.

Moreover, it will be requested for his Majesty′s grant. Another, the body of him will not be cremated or buried. This is because before Lp. Tim passed away, he made an order of the glass coffin for his body and told the others to put to the Thai style of Mondop that he had built for disciples and people.


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(LP Tuad - Katin 2551 -Iron shape by Ajarn Daeng, Wat Rai, Pattanee) [ Phim Kammakarn/Committee Mould] (Limited to 600 pieces)

Information here are for the purpose of identification of various phims and the marks are at the back of the amulet

1 LP Tuad Iron Nawa - "BELL + * D" Chop [like sun ontop of the bell] (Big Committee Set) - 600 pieces PREMIUM

2 LP Tuad Iron Broken Rakung/look like silver - "*BELL + D" Chop [like sun ontop of the bell] (Big Committee Set) - 1,200 pieces

3 LP Tuad Iron Nawa - BELL ONLY - 1,500 pieces

4 LP Tuad Iron Broken Rakung/look like silver - BELL ONLY - 5,678 pieces
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LP WOON/UNN WAT TAGONG, Province of Petchaburi - KHUN PAEN 2544


30,000 PIECES, Tamada mould (Normal)

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KATHA

Khun Paen Khatha
Ae Hi Ma Ma Na Mo Buddha Ya Na Ma Pa Ta

Khun Paen Khatha
Su Na Mo Lo
(then wish once at a time)

Khun Paen Khatha (charming a woman)
Na Ma Ja Ku Au Ja Ya Ma E Ti Ara Hang Pan Tang Ja Ku

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Photos taken recently at Tham Tit'sTemple Wat Machimaram [Wat Machimmaram] (Kelantan). The Sitting Buddha by the name ‘Machima’ means middle.

The sitting Buddha at Jubakar, Tumpat district is one of the largest in Southeast Asia. The 30-metre-high, 47-metre-wide statue of Buddha sitting cross-legged in a meditation pose atop Wat Machimmaram temple. The sitting Buddha was officially opened on Sept 9 2001. The 10-storey-high Buddha, which took 10 years to build and cost RM4 million, is surrounded by Chinese folklore statues, dragon-adorned pillars and meticulous carvings.


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Photos taken during recent trip to kelantan Temple of Golden Dragon Boat (Wat Maisuwankiri in Tumpat)

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Photos of Wat Maisuwankiri at Kelantan

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Photos of Wat Maisuwankiri

http://www.freewebs.com/geonetis/kelantanthaiamulets.htm

This is one of the very beautiful Wat in Kelatan known as Wat Maisuwankiri (should go when you are at Kelantan)

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Photos of Gold Dragon Boat Temple "Wat Maisuwankiri" at Kelantan

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Photos for viewing Tham Di of Wat Maisuwankiri Expensive made by him very very expensive and very rare. One Pitta would easly cost more than RM3000. None of his personal made and chanted available in the Temple/Wat.

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Other temple one must go when visit kelantan is[ Wat Phothikyam Phutthaktham at Kampung Balai, Bachok, Kelantan and Wat Photivihan Located at Kampung Jambu in the Tumpat district. This temple houses one of the longest reclining Buddha in Southeast Asia. The Buddha statue is about forty meters long. This sculpture was constructed in 1973, and was only completed in 1979. icon_rolleyes.gif icon_rolleyes.gif icon_rolleyes.gif icon_rolleyes.gif Also Wat Uttamaram Bangsek, Kampung Teresek in repek Kelantan (The infamous Tok Raja's Temple and Chau Koon Chan's Temple)

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Phra Kring Yod Khun Phaawn (Yodkhunpon) (The Great War Lord) (2552) by LP Jer (JURAH) of Wat Klang Bang Kaew

This Phra Kring Yod Khun Pawn (The Great Warlord) does not contained Kring in it but LP Jer Chinnamande/Jindamanee (smell like chinese medicine). This Jindamanee potency is often referred as ‘Kop Cakkawan’ means it encompass everthing in the universe. It has great healing potencies, it is said to heal everything in the universe. It enhances luck, loving-kindness, and avoiding misfortunes. Jindamanee is a combination of 30 over natural herbs and woods. It undergoes a strenous katha incantations and Vipassana meditation during phisek ceremony until it become lively and omni potent.

The purpose of this amulet : Good Luck, Protection, success, business and Wealth and Metta


Lp Cher (Jurah) passed away on 29th December 2009 at 11:00 am Thai time


Material : (Nawa Loha) [very rare] 99 pieces for nawa

Year Made: B.E 2552 (2009)


Limited to 99 pieces

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Phra Kring Chakaphat [Nawa Soha - Kamakam Phim] (2546) Wat Sutat. This batch is very famous as most of the monks gathered in Wat Sutat for chatting [big ceremony : 9 Days 9 Night at Wat Suthat] rclxm9.gif (Made 6048 Pcs) - should watch the two vcd of the entire ceremony to appreciate the value of this phra kring [6043 pieces] It was mass chanted by monks that came from nine (9) countries, including Thailand, Myanmar, India, China, Nepal, Tibet, etc.

Temple : Wat Sutat

Material : Nawa Loha PREMIUM

Batch : Kamakam/Committee Phim

Mass chanted (9 Days 9 Night at Wat Suthat)


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Articles about Phra Kring [MUST READ]

1 http://www.buddhist-amulets.com/Article_details.aspx?aid=18

2 http://www.mir.com.my/leofoo/Thai-amulets/...that/index5.htm [SOME OF THE PHOTOS OF PHRA KRING - WAT SUTHAT CAN BE USED FOR REFERENCE ]

The 12 vows of Phra Buddha Bhaisatjayaguru or Phra Kring

In accordance to Medicine Buddha Sutra, Phra Buddha Bhaisatjayaguru made 12 great vows. He is attended to by two bodhisattvas symbolizing the sun and moon respectively: Suryaprabha and Candraprabha.

The Twelve Vows
The Twelve Vows of the Phra Buddha Bhaisatjayaguru upon attaining Enlightenment, according to the Medicine Buddha Sutra;

To illuminate countless realms with his radiance, enabling anyone to become a Buddha just like him.
To awaken the minds of sentient beings through his light of lapis lazuli.
To provide the sentient beings with whatever material needs they require.
To correct heretical views and inspire beings toward the path of the Enlightment.
To help beings follow the Moral Precepts, even if they failed before. Especially those whom are in jail and repented.
To heal beings born with deformities, illness or other physical sufferings.
To help relieve the destitute and the sick.
To help women who wish to be reborn as men achieve their desired rebirth.
To help heal mental afflictions and delusions.
To help the oppressed be free from suffering.
To relieve those who suffer from terrible hunger and thirst.
To help clothe those who are destitute and suffering from cold and mosquitoes.


Katha Phra Buddha Bhaisatjayaguru or Phra Kring (In Pali)

Namo Bhagavate Bhaisatjayaguru Vaithuraya Phrabharajaya Tathagata Yarahate Samyak Sambuddhayak Om Bhaisajye Bhaisajya Samuragate Sawahak.

Ref : http://saengthai.org/index.php?paged=4 (This is a very respected site and the author of Saengthai is very knowledgable)

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PHRA KHUN PAEN (BE2544) WITH THREE GOLD TAKRUT BY LP UNN/WOON ( หลวงพ่ออุ้น ) OF WAT TAGONG, Province of Petchaburi LP Unn/Woon passed away in 31 October 2010 [2553] when he was 94 years old.

[NOT FOR RENT/PURELY FOR VIEWING]

[color=green]999 PIECES

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Information on this batch

Nine Takrut Black : made 399 pieces : Temple price 2,000 bath

Three Takrut Black : made 999 pieces : Temple price 500 bath

White (Normal Phim) mae 30,000 pieces :Temple price 30 bath

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Katha : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=75zMZxUWuVE&feature=related

http://www.soonphra.com/shop/tulakom/viewp...productid=26973

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KHUN PAEN 1ST BATCH with three takrut at the bottom (2542) BY KRUBA NOI
. I was told that this batch Kruba Noi had chanted at the grave yard for seven days & this event was reported in the thai newspaper drool.gif

You can notice there are some white molds grown on the front of the amulet

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WHITE MOLDS GROWN ON THE AMULET

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PHOTO OF KRUBA NOI

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http://jimatthailand.blogspot.com/search/l...i)%20Don%20Muun

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KHUN PAEN (1ST BATCH) 2541 BY LP SAWAI, WAT PREEDARAM


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LP SAWAI PHOTOS

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Phra Khun Paen Pong Pai Kuman LP SAKORN Wat Nong Krub (B.E 2551/2008)




Khun Paen Faang Takrut Salikar Ngern (Silver)
And Maeht Code Thong Daeng (Copper)
Quantity Made:4999pcs

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PHOTO OF LP SAKORN

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http://www.thai-amulets.com/sackorn_khunpsuthai.html

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Biography of LP Sakorn

LP SaKorn of Wat NongGrub, Rayong province was born on 3rd February 1938. Now he is 68 year old. He studied magic and supernatural with Mr. Lor and Mr. Thad when he was young. Also, he regularly served LP Tim of Wat LaHaanRai. As he grew into a young man, he gained possession of supernatural powers, which he never used to destroy others, but always to help his peers. He was ordained at the age of 20 at Wat NongKrah. After that, he went to Wat LaHaanRai for the Buddhist Lent, where he became a disciple of LP Tim in order to dedicate himself to learning holy disciplines and Buddhist supernatural powers from LP Tim. LP SaKorn is only one who succeeds in making the amulets and magic from LP Tim who has demonstrated an exquisite spirituality and incredible Buddhist supernatural powers. LP SaKorn studied until he had developed a clear understanding of these matters and was adept at performing them. And then he had developed expertise in the supernatural matters that he had studied, a love of these aspects led him to seek instruction from the Venerable Father Peng Sasano at Wat Lahaan Yai. LP SaKorn received advice from the Venerable Grandfather Tim to go and study with LP Hin at Wat Nong Sanom, during which time he was blessed by the Venerable Grandfather Hin’s imparting of his knowledge. After his study of the supernatural with the LP Hin, LP Sakorn travelled to study with LP Som at Wat BanChong, until he had completed.
LP SaKorn further studied with various and many great masters in the use of supernatural powers including both monks and laymen. In 1965, LP Kliangtham Thiyo, the ninth Abbot of Wat Nong Krab, passed away and the inhabitants of Nong Krab travelled to see LP Tim at Wat Lahaan Pai in order to entreat for the return of LP Sakorn Manunyo to become the Abbot of Wat Nong Krab. Even though he had become the Abbot of Wat Nong Krab, he did not forsake LP Tim as his mentor and often returned to pay respect and always see to the care of LP Tim until LP Tim passed away in 1975 at the age of 72 years old.


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KHUN PAEN (2542) BY LP MEE of Manwichai, Ayuthaya . .


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LP Mee is a Gaeji Ajarn from Ayuttaya who has recieved magical wicha from two of historys greatest Ajarn; Luang Por Parn (wat bang nom kho) and LP Jong (wat na tang nork). This has caused L Mees amulets to be posess very strong magic which has led to a number of stories of success and positive experiences with wearers of his amulets.

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One particular Archan, who is Luang Phor Pern's disciple, was helping a villager to heal from the “Black Magic”. However, due to lack of skill and magical power, he got the “Black Magic” himself. He went back to his teacher – Luang Phor Pern for help but it was hopeless. In the end, Luang Phor Pern sent him to see Luang Phor Mee at Wat MunWiChai to seek for his guidance and help.

Upon the visit, Luang Phor Mee remain clam and remains as usual. He started doing rituals on this Archan. After the ritual, this Archan felt very uncomfortable and went immediately into the toilet to pass motion. He was shocked when he passed out nails in his stools and knew that he was cleared from the “Black Magic”. The Archan then realized Luang Phor Mee though quiet, not only have good Dharma knowledge, but also a good and clean holy guru monk with good knowledge in wisdom. This new was later spread like wildfree.



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PHOR THAN KLAI BE 2506 (1963), WAT SUAN KAN (Wat Sahakornnikhrom) created in Wat Arun


LP Klai/Phor Than Klai passed away in the year of BE 2513 (1971) at the age of 94. Very rare to find a LP sitting on lotus in thai amulet except Luang Phor Tuad (Somdej Rajamuni SamiRa).


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Katha:

Namo Tassa Bhagavato Arahato Samma Sambuddhasa (x3)

Putang Ahrahang Putot
Tang Mang Ahrahang Putot
Sang Kang Ahrahang Putot
TuSaNiMa EiSaWaSu NaMoPuTaYa

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LP LIEW (2538) of Wat Raitangtong
LP Liew passed away in B.E 2542

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GOLD TURTLE (Phaya Taoreuan) BEHIND

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KATHA :

General Katha :

- Na Sung Si Mo (nine times) -



- increase fortune:

na sung si mo, sung si mo na, si mo na sung, mo na sung si
suwunna mama pochana mama wuttu watta pala palung mama
poka mama maha lapo mama sa pay cha ma pa wan tu may

- protection from danger :


na sung si mo
si mo na sung
sung si mo na
mo na sung si


LP LIEW KATHA REFERENCE (GUIDE) whistling.gif http://www.thai-amulets.com/liew-turtle1.html

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A very good Article on Phaya Taoreuan [must read]

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NA MA PA TA /Namo Buddhaya (KATHA)

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QUOTE(jkdho @ Oct 23 2009, 02:35 PM)
KHUN PAEN (2542) BY LP MI

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Tok Raja holding his famous Tongkat of Wat Uttamaram. I rented this amulet from his Temple on trip to Wat Uttamaram last year.This tok raja amulet was made by Tham Boom .

[the temple dont have box for this old amulet]

Made only 3000 pieces

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Ref :

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http://www.mir.com.my/leofoo/Thai-amulets/...Raja/index1.htm

http://www.mir.com.my/leofoo/Thai-amulets/...Raja/index1.htm

http://cucutokraja.blogspot.com/2009/08/to...s-than-dam.html

http://komunitisiambaru.blogspot.com/2009/...k-tok-raja.html

http://cucutokraja.blogspot.com/2009/06/wa...-tok-rajas.html

http://rahuomchan.blogspot.com/2007/11/tok-raja.html

http://www.carilubang.com/archiver/?tid-11169.html

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Phra Khun Paen/ Phra Ngan "MUNG MEE NGERN TONG " (Back) BE 2549 (Green with brownish sports) by Luang Phor Key from Wat Sri lamyong, Prasat District, Surin [599 PIECES MADE]


Khun Paen

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Phra Ngan with leklai

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KATHA FOR PHRA NGAN

General Katha
Na Ba No Ho Ban Bai Ya,
Pit Bu Tam Mo Put Tang,
Na Mo Put Ta Ya,
Moma Mona Ma Ah Ut,
Put Tang Ka Ri Yo,
Tam Mum Ka Ri Yo,
Sung Kang Ka Ri Yo,
Om Phra Ngan ~,
Ma Nee Ma Mak.

Pray for Business(katha)
Om Sa Ka Ti,
Om Sa Ka Toh,
Wa Ti Ti Ya Yat,
Ma Ma Ma Mut x3


Yong Ang Ta, Yong Na Kang,
Xi Li Ti, Why, She Cha, Yi Xi Wa, Ma Lu Xi,
Sar Pa Ka, Mu Ta Jie, Ti Li Kang,
Yi Peng Li Are, Luo Ping Ngang,
Yong Pang Su Su Ti Mi,
Chang Pang Yong Pang,
Su Su Chin Mi, Ma Are Wu x7

Phra Ngang Sutra
Om Are La Ta Ka Mi, Ma Li Ma Mo,
Are Li Ta Ka Ya, Ma Li Ma Mo,
Eng Ngang, Hui Shea Shea Yi,
Yi Shea Shea Put Ta Na Mit,
Yi Peng Li Ya Low Pier Kang, Yi Ya Kang,
Su Su Po Ti Sar Ya Mit, Eng Ngang Ka Su Su,
Ma Po Yong San Su Su Ka Ma,
Na Ma Mi Han


Source of Reference : http://phrangang.blogspot.com/search?updat...0&max-results=7

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KHUN PAEN OF LP TIM WAT PHRA KOW [BE 2545]


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Legendary Khun Paen lived between 1491-1529. He is the legendary Ayuthaya warrior living some 450 years ago. His name later became the name of a kind of votive tablets found at Wat Bankrang, Suphanburi Province, about a century ago. Khun paen was born in Suphanburi Province (some 70 km. northwest of Bangkok) but grew up in the close bordered Kanchanaburi Province, where the world wide well-known "Bridge over River Kwai" situated.

He was a disciple of Archan Kong, a magic-expert guru monk, for magical studies. By his skillful fighting, he was appointed by the king to be Khun or a high ranking military officer.
His biography was far more extended and rather a story by poetic authors of the early Rattanakosin period.

Phlai Kaeo (who later is given the title, Khun Phaen), and Nang Phim Philalai (who later changes her name to Wanthong) are childhood friends in Suphanburi. Khun Phaen is handsome and intelligent, but poor because the king has executed his father and seized their property. He enters the monkhood as a novice to get educated, excelling at military skills and love magic.

He was a disciple of Archan Kong, a magic-expert guru monk, for magical studies.

Khun Chang is ugly and stupid, but rich and well-connected at the Ayutthaya court.
By age 15, Phim is the belle of Suphanburi. She meets Phlai Kaeo when putting food in his almsbowl at Songkran (Thai New Year). Sparks fly. They have a passionate affair, with him shuttling between the wat(Buddhist monastery) and her bedroom.

Khun Chang is also smitten by Wanthong. He competes for her using his wealth and status.
He offers to give her mother Phim's weight in gold. After Khun pean and Phim are married, Khun Chang maneuvers the king to send Phlai Kaeo on military service, and then claims he is dead. When Phlai Kaeo returns victorious, Khun Chang plots to have him banished from Ayutthaya for negligence on government service.

Phim (now Wanthong) resists Khun Chang. But when Phlai Kaeo (now Khun Phaen) returns from war with another wife, they have a jealous quarrel. Wanthong goes to live with Khun Chang, enjoying his devotion and the comforts afforded by his wealth.

When Khun Phaen's second wife, Laothong, is taken into the palace by the king, Khun Phaen regrets abandoning Wanthong. He breaks into Khun Chang's house at the dead of night and takes Wanthong away.

At first she is reluctant to leave her comfortable existence, but the passion rekindles, and they flee to an idyllic but frugal sojourn in the forest.

Khun Chang tells the king that Khun Phaen is mounting a rebellion. The king sends an army which Khun Phaen defeats, killing two of its officers. A warrant is issued for his arrest. When Wanthong becomes pregnant, Khun Phaen decides to leave the forest and give himself up. At the trial, the charges of rebellion are disproved, and Khun Chang is heavily fined.

Khun Phaen angers the king by asking for the release of Laothong. He is jailed, and festers in prison for around twelve years. Khun Chang abducts Wanthong and they again live together in Suphanburi.

Wanthong gives birth to Phlai Ngam, her son with Khun Phaen. When Phlai Ngam is eight, Khun Chang tries to kill him. Phlai Ngam escapes to live in Kanchanaburi with his grandmother who teaches him from Khun Phaen's library.

When the kings of Ayutthaya and Chiang mai quarrel over a beautiful daughter of the King of Vientiane, Phlai Ngam volunteers to lead an army to Chiang Mai, and successfully petitions for Khun Phaen's release. They capture the King of Chiang mai, and return with the Vientiane princess and a great haul of booty. Khun Phaen now gains status as the governor of Kanchanaburi . Phlai Ngam is appointed Phra Wai, an officer in the royal pages.

Khun Chang gets drunk at Phra Wai's wedding, and the old rivalry returns.
Phra Wai abducts Wanthong from Khun Chang's house, prompting Khun Chang to petition the king for redress.

At the subsequent trial, the king demands that Wanthong decide between Khun Chang and Khun Phaen. She cannot, and is dumb-struck. The king orders her execution. Phra Wai pleads successfully with the king for a reprieve, but the order arrives fractionally too late to avoid her execution.


Reference : Wikipedia

Based on old legends, Khun Paen was handsome and very attractive to ladies. He had many wives and concubines. Khun Paen had magical knowledge and powers. He used magic to make himself invulnerable and unseen to enemies, to change the marching track of the enemies to become labyrinthine field, and to change leaves of the tree to become wasps to sting enemies etc.

Khun Paen is also a master in mantra or formulas with supernatural power. They are used for such purposes as stunning enemies, transforming his body into other forms, opening locks and chains, putting everyone else to sleep, and converting sheaves of grass into invulnerable spirit warriors. Khun Phaen also uses love formulas to captivate women, and to allay the wrath of the king. So the wearing of Khun Paen is for metta and protection. LP Tim was well known for his Khun Paen.

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Kruba Boon Choom Yansangwaro Locket BE 2547, Wat Phra Thart Dorn Reuang Ampher Chiang Dtoong Myanmar

This batch of Kruba Boon Choom rein was chanted on the ship during the Thai's Queen's 72 years birthday by monks from 4 countries.(Burma, Thailand, Laos & China).
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free from
all beings enmity let them be
Sabbe Satta Avera Hontu

free from ill-will let them be
Abyapajja Hontu

free from troubles let them be
Aniga Hontu

hapiness their own may they protect
Sukhi Attanang Pariharantu


All beings, may they : be free from enmity
be free from ill-will
be free from troubles
protect their own happiness

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Phra Kring Yod Khun Pon (Yodkhunpon) 2544 of LP Woon/Unn/Oun(Wat Tanggong) Province of Petchaburi
LP Woon is one of the last luksits of LP Tongsuk Wat Tanodluang, amongst the alumni are LP Lair Wat Prasong and LP Yid Wat Nongjok. LP Woon/Unn passed away in 31 October 2010 [2553] when he was 94 years old.

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Information for this batch :

Gold: 29 pieces (temple price 35,000 bath)

Nawak : 99 pieces (temple price 3,500 bath)

3K : 599 pieces (temple price 1,500 bath)

Black copper : 2589 pieces (temple price 500 bath)

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Phra Kring 2nd Batch (Roon Ariya Setthi Batch ) made 21-3-52 (2009) (BE 2552) by Kruba Aliyachart and inscribed yant at the bottom of this Phra Kring by Kruba Aliyachart , Wat Sang Keow Photiyan



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Phor Than Klai (Copper Rian) of Wat Suan Kan (Wat Sahakornnikhrom), Nakhon Sri Thamarat BE 2505 (Shen Teng Batch) LP Klai/Phor Than Klai passed away in the year of BE 2513 (1971) at the age of 94.


This Rian Shen Teng Batch B.E 2505 was using 4 special kind of material: Copper, Galai Thong, Ga Lai Ngern (silver), Alpaka.

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Luang Phor Klai (Phor Than Klai) is one of the respectable monk and famous southern monk. It was rumored that whatever he said or predicted, often came true, and that is why he was given the title "Golden Mouth" by many.

When Luang Phor Klai was 14 years old, he went with his uncle to chop firewood and the tree he was chopping fell towards him and squashed his left leg. Luang Phor Klai though it was nothing much just a small injury and did not seek for medical attention, but eventually it become worse and worse. His left ankle was shattered upon inspection, it swelled till very big, started going gangreous and the pain was unbearable couldn't be cured.

One day when Luang phor Klai couldn't bear the pain anymore, he took a sharp knife and chopped of the swollen ankle region. When someone found out he did that, they were shocked and immediately wen to find herbs to help him to stop bleeding and found a medicinal healer to cure him.

Eventually Luang Phor Klai had trouble getting around and usually moved around on water buffalos. After Luang Phor Klai become less mobile due to this, he ordained at the age of 15 and by the age of 26 he become the temple abbot.

Luang Phor Klai was born in 1876 and passed away in 1970 (B.E 2513) at the age of 94 years old and his body is still intact and present for viewing at Wat TattNoi.


Phor Than Klai The legend

When people in west malaysia heard of the legend of the "Golden Mouth" monk, a lot of people went Thailand and looking for Luang Phor Klai to ask for lottery numbers but eventually Luang Phor Klai shook his head and did not say anything. Someone found a way around it, instead of asking for a number the man show Luang Phor a number and asked whether it was nice. Luang Phor Klai Luang Phor Klai replied that it was not bad and the man bought lottery and strike a lot of money.


Katha:

NAMO TASSA BHAGAVATO ARAHATO SAMMA SAMBUDDHASSA (X3)

Putang Ahrahang Putot
Tang Mang Ahrahang Putot
Sang Kang Ahrahang Putot
TuSaNiMa EiSaWaSu
NaMoPuTaYa


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Roop Lor LP Ngern Bang Klaan


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The number one and most famous Roop Lor or cast mini statue of the kingdom is of LP Ngern Bang Klaan, Pichit Province. With its highly efficacious properties and the age of around a hundred years that make the Roop Lor very expensive. Their cost run from 500,000 Baht up to over a million Baht depending on condition. A lot of FAKES have been spreaded in Thai local markets. And a hugh quantity of fake pieces have also been exported to neighboring countries by the cooperation of the local and foreign unscrupulous merchants. Some fake items come with FAKE competition certificates.
LP Ngern was the Abbot of Wat Bang Klaan, BodhiTalae District, Pichit Province. He lived a very long life from B.E.2353-2462, and made the Roop Lor of his own image in around B.E.2440-2450.


There are 2 major standard Phims of LP Ngern Roop Lor:-

[ARTICLE OF Thai amulets Created & Written by Lek Watruak]

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Another write of LP Ngern

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Another very good reference of LP NGERN :

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http://www.thai-amulets.com/lpngern.htm

http://www.thai-amulets.com/lp_ngern.htm



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REFERENCE TO ALL THAI KATHAS GUIDE : : http://sites.google.com/site/amuletkatha/Home

SIMPLE GUIDE TO THAI AMULET : http://sites.google.com/site/amuletkatha/articles

WELL WRITTEN SOURCE OF REFERENCE : http://www.geocities.com/Tokyo/Teahouse/1428/index.html [RELIABLE]

http://saengthai.org/

http://www.freewebs.com/geonetis/

http://lekwatruak.tripod.com/writer.html

http://lekwatruak.tripod.com/lpdoem.html

http://www.mir.com.my/leofoo/Thai-amulets/htmls/Links.htm

http://www.angelfire.com/art/thaiamulet/index.html

http://www.thailandlife.com/amulet.html


http://newsletter.thaiamuletpro.com/index.html (***** MUST READ****)

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PHAYA TAOREUAN (BE 2538) BY LP LIEW WAT RAITONG . LP Liew passed away in 2542.

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GENERAL KATHA

NA SUNG SI MO (9 times)

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Articles :

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http://venlpdam.wetpaint.com/page/Ven.+LP+Dam's+Kathas

http://www.angelfire.com/art/thaibuddhistamulets/index.html

http://buraphajan.multiply.com/ [BLOG]

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Katha :

http://venlpdam.wetpaint.com/page/Ven.+LP+Dam's+Kathas

http://luangporparnrichkatha.blogspot.com/

http://newsletter.thaiamuletpro.com/enhrich.html

http://www.squidoo.com/getrichMantra


http://goodamulets.blogspot.com/2008/03/white-magic.html

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Jatukam Ramathep by Acharn Ko Pong (NAWA LOHA-nine type of metals) Wat Phra Mahathat B.E. 2550 [2007 AD] Nakhon






Wat Phra Mahathat Woramahawihan is located in Nakhon Si Thammarat province. This is a royal temple of the first class. Formerly named Wat Phra Borom That, this is one of the most important historical sites in southern Thailand and in all of Thailand. According to the legend of Phra Borom That Nakhon Si Thammarat, Prince Thanakuman and Queen Hem Chala brought Buddha relics to Hat Sai Kaeo and built a small pagoda to mark the location. Later on, King Si-Thamma Sokarat established the city of Nakhon Si Thammarat and built a new pagoda. The present pagoda has a distinctive Sri Lankan style, measuring 55.78 metres high (measured by the Fine Arts Department during the renovation of the gold top in 1995). The height from the lotus base to the gold top is 6.80 metres . The top is entirely covered by pure gold. Inside the temple are many buildings of importance, especially the royal building which has beautiful architecture from the Ayutthaya period and the Sam Chom building w the Buddha image attired in royal wardrobe, Phra Si Thamma Sokarat , is housed.


Regardig to, JaTuKam RaMaThep (Phra Siam Dhevaraj of South Sea kingdom) South Sea kingdom is an area in the south of Thailand. It starts from SurajThani, Malaysia until Indonesia. These areas were Sri Vichai Kingdom since over 1,000 years ago. This kingdom was very prosperous.


JaTuKam RaMaThep:

- JaTu means four. Kam
(Kama) means area. Total meaning of JaTuKam RaMaThep is 4 directions.

- JaTuKam RaMaThep means soul of former king of Sri Vichai Kingdom. He is full of prestige and popularity. Moreover, he is full of ten virtues.
People believe that JaTuKam RaMaThep was a former king of Sri Vichai Kingdom who protects Phra BaRomMa That and Nakorn Sri ThammaRat City. JaTuKam RaMaThep is a symbol of Bodhisattva.


The JaTuKam RaMaThep is most preferred due to his victorious expression in acquiring wealth. He brings us many windfall, gambling and business luck.




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Number in Thai


๐ = Zero (0)
๑ = One (1)
๒ = Two (2)
๓ = Three (3)
๔ = Four (4)
๕ = Five (5)
๖ = Six (6)
๗ = Seven (7)
๘ = Eight (8)
๙ = Nine (9)

Loha - Alloy
Thong Kam - Gold
Thong Ngern - Silver
Thong Daeng - Copper
Thong Leaung - Brass
Samlit - Bronze
Takua - Lead
Mekaphat - A type of alloy
Mekhasit - Mercury
Kanlonghin - A type of alloy


A good site for reference : http://thaiamuletonline.blogspot.com/searc...&max-results=39

THAI AMULET ONLINE

For Katha : http://thaiamuletonline.blogspot.com/2009/06/katha.html

Piddta Katha

Pi Yo Tay Wa Ma, Nok Sa Nam
Pi Yo Prom Ma Na, Mu Tar Mo
Pi Yo Na Kar Su Pang Na Rang
Pi In Tar Read Yang Na Ma Mi Hung
Hit Chi Tang Pi Yang Mak Mak (3 times)

Sangkajai Katha

Maha Jakya Yak No
Jak Mahathero
Yaka Dewa Nak Ra
Puchito Soraho
Pan Jakya Ti Mahit
Maha Lapang Sukang
Phawantumae Sangkajai

Khun Paen Khatha

Ae Hi Ma Ma Na Mo Buddha Ya Na Ma Pa Ta

Khun Paen Khatha
Su Na Mo Lo
(then wish once at a time)

Khun Paen Khatha (charming a woman)
Na Ma Ja Ku Au Ja Ya Ma E Ti Ara Hang Pan Tang Ja Ku

Guman Thong Khatha ( worship )
Gu Ma Ro Maa Ma Ma A Hi Jit Tang Pi Yang Ma Ma

Nang Kwak Khatha

Omm Pu Chao Kaow Keao Mi-Look Sau Khun Diao
Ci wa Nang KwakChaiHin Chai Rak
Yin hen Yin Tak Pa Ku Pai Kar
Teng Meng Man Kar Hua Wen Ketai Sen Tar Nan
Sam Ren Krab Pan, Ren Pian Set-Ti
Sam Pee Ren bian Sam Pau Thong
Phra Suk Teh Ka Khun Diao

To be free from all obstacles

Buddho itipiso bhagava buddho bhagavati itipiso bhagava araham itipiso bhagava sammasam buddho

For Wealth and Good Fortune

namo tassa ,ba kar wah toh,
har ra ah toh, sum ma sum,
put ta sa
(x3)

phutta mak a oo
namo put ta ya
(x1)

wira thayo
wira kohnayang
wira hingsa wira thasi
wira thasa
wira iti yo
puttasa mani mamak
puttasa sawahom
(x3)

Phra Jatukarm Ramathep Katha
Namo Tassa Bhagavato Arahato Samma Sambuddhasa
Namo Tassa Bhagavato Arahato Samma Sambuddhasa
Namo Tassa Bhagavato Arahato Samma Sambuddhasa

Put Thang Arat Tana Nang
Dham Mang Arat Tana Nang
Sang Khang Arat Tana Nang
Put Thang Prak Sit Tit May
Dham Mang Prak Sit Tit May
Sang Khang Prak Sit Tit May

Ja Tu Karm Ra Ma Thep Wang

Po Tit Sat Tang
Mak Ha Ku Nang
Mak Hit Ti Kang
Ak Hang Pu Che Mik
Sit Tit La Po
Nik Ran Tak Rang



Luang Phor Thuad Katha

Namo Tassa, Bha Ba Ga Va To, Ara Ha To, Sam Ma Sam Buddha Ssa.
(x3)

Namo Buddhi Satto
Ah Kan Ti Ma Ya
Iti Pa Ga Va
Na Ca Li Ti
(x3)


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Phra Mahesuan Wat Mahathat Supanburi 2545


One of the grandest and biggest puthaphisek ceremony in Supanburi, Thailand. This ceremony was held in Wat Mahathat Supanburi. Nine hundred and ninety nine (999) monks were invited to participate in this puthaphisek. This occasion dated back to year 2545 where the first ever Phra Mahesuan was consrecated in such a big scale. This ancient chedi in Wat Mahathat was also the place where Phra Suan ( Inverted Buddha), then referred to, was first discovered .

Mass chanted by 999 monks

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A little background on this amulet; before it is referred as Phra Suan, suan means inverted. It was later called as Phra Mahesuan, named after a chief bandit, Mahesuan. This chief bandit, Mahesuan was high on Thai police wanted list at that time. He was wearing only one amulet, Phra Suan. He is still living at present. We guess you would have known how this amulet got its popularity by now.

Phra Mahesuan has been known to give its bearer protection on impenetratability (kungkaphan), avoiding misfortunes including bodily and harm (klaewkard) and luck (mahalap). Due to the nature of this amulet, an inverted Buddha at the back, it is believed that it will help its bearer to invert to his advantage. Example, if our luck is running down, it will invert it up again. If we are bound to clash or meet with out enemy, it will invert the possibilities of meeting. Therefore both won’t meet.




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Source of Reference : http://saengthai.org/?m=200906 (information for sharing and I personally learn a lot from the articles published from this website)


http://saengthai.org/?p=604




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999 monks chanting

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You are now looking at one of the grandest and biggest puthaphisek ceremony in Supanburi, Thailand. This ceremony was held in Wat Mahathat Supanburi. Nine hundred and ninety nine (999) monks were invited to participate in this puthaphisek. This occasion dated back to year 2545 where the first ever Phra Mahesuan was consrecated in such a big scale. This ancient chedi in Wat Mahathat was also the place where Phra Suan ( Inverted Buddha), then referred to, was first discovered .

The reason why we are featuring this amulet is because there has been much enquiries about Phra Mahesuan. A genuine piece is very rare, it should value between THB30,000 to THB150,000 depending on condition. But now there are many copies in the market and lack of proper references to educate collectors. Therefore we hardly carry such line.

For those who are really keen to collect a good Phra Mahesuan, we strongly advise to consider looking out for this phim.

A little background on this amulet; before it is referred as Phra Suan, suan means inverted. It was later called as Phra Mahesuan, named after a chief bandit, Mahesuan. This chief bandit, Mahesuan was high on Thai police wanted list at that time. He was wearing only one amulet, Phra Suan. He is still living at present. We guess you would have known how this amulet got its popularity by now.

Phra Mahesuan has been known to give its bearer protection on impenetratability (kungkaphan), avoiding misfortunes including bodily and harm (klaewkard) and luck (mahalap). Due to the nature of this amulet, an inverted Buddha at the back, it is believed that it will help its bearer to invert to his advantage. Example, if our luck is running down, it will invert it up again. If we are bound to clash or meet with out enemy, it will invert the possibilities of meeting. Therefore both won’t meet.

This batch Phra Mahesuan 2545 was puthaphisek in Wat Mahathat, Supanburi and also at Wat Rakang subsequently. We more particularly favor the phim ‘ching ngern’. It is silverish in look, a combination of metals and old Phra Mahesuan amulets that was discovered in the Chedi. Therefore it has a good combination of both new and old Phra Mahesuan. A great combination of the authenticity and originality of Phra Mahesuan and the power of such grand puthahisek.

You don’t only receive the blessings of Phra Mahesuan but also the transference of merits, blessings and energy of the 999 Ven. LP(s) or Teachers. Here are some of them:-

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Phaya Taoreuan ( B.E. 2538) LP Liew Wat Raithintong and LP Koon (Wat Bahn Rai) were among the participated ninety (90) monks chanting and blessing in this batch.

Year made: 2538

Mass chanted by Ninety (90) monks (LP Liew and LP Koon (Wat Bahn Rai) were amongst participated monks)

Material : Nawa Loha (nine types of metal)




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Q & A information on Thai Buddhism/Amulets:


1. What is the name of the Buddha we pay respect to?

Lord Sakyamuni Gotama Buddha. Sakkaya is the Lord's family name. He is the Buddha of our epoch.

2. Are there many Buddhas?

Yes, there are many Buddhas in various epochs, but we know only the names of 28 Buddhas. The last one is Phra Sakyamuni Gotama Buddha. The 28 Buddhas are: TanHangKorn Buddha, MeDhangKorn Buddha, SaRaNangKorn Buddha, DheePangKorn Buddha, GonDhanYo Buddha, MangKalo Buddha, SuMaNo Buddha, ReWaTo Buddha, SoPheeTo Buddha, AnoMaDhassi Buddha, PaTumMo Buddha, NaRaDho Buddha, PaTuMutTaRo Buddha, SuMeDho Buddha, SuChaTo Buddha, PiYaDhassi Buddha, AtDhaDhasSi Buddha, DhammaDhassi Buddha, SitDhatDho Buddha, Tisso Buddha, Pusso Buddha, WiPassi Buddha, SiKhi Buddha, WesSaPhu Buddha, GoNaKaMaNo Buddha, GaKuSanDho Buddha, GasSaPo Buddha, and SakKaya KoTaMa Buddha or Phra Sri Sakkaya Muni, Kotama, Buddha.

3. Whose image(s) is/are on the amulets?

Most of them are Lord Gotama Buddha, but many are Guru monks.

4. What do we have to do before we wear the amulets?

Before wearing amulets, please do this way : - Make your mind calm, think of all your goodness you have done, and focus all your faith to the Buddha - Put your amulets onto your hands, join your hands together - Breathe in deeply and slowly -Then chant 3 times of this initial Mantra: NAMO TASSA PHAKHAWATO ARAHATO SAMMA SAMBUDH TASSA (sound) The chanting verse means we are now paying respect to the Lord Buddha who has done the great goodness. Then request with your own language for his help, say "I, a humble one, invite the Lord Buddha and Luang Phor..... [name(s)] to sit on my head to protect me all day long and bring me a good luck, a victory, and a fulfilment of all my wishes."

5. What do we have to do if we want to take the chain of amulets out off our neck?

Just take it out off your neck and put all amulets in your hands. Join your hands together, say thanks to the Lord and Luang Phor(s) that protect us and let us come back home safely. Then bring them onto a high place.

6. Any restriction when wearing Thai Buddhistic amulets?

Yes, there are some restrictions: -Don't bring amulets with you when you go to the low and improper place such as a brothel. -Don't wear amulets when doing sexual activities. -Don't go underneath the improper things such as the lady's skirt or someone's shoes, except you are on the inevitably compulsory environment such as going under a bridge or working in a skyscraper, etc.

7. Where is the place to place my amulets?

Put on a shelf, altar or any high place. Do not put them on the top of your bed, except you are single or sleep alone. If you want to keep them in your bed room, please put them in a higher drawer.


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Some of the Information to read : Collection of my Thai Religious Amulets/Pendants - Message Board/Guestbook at http://www.mir.com.my/rb/photography/hardw...x.php?pageNum=1

Katha Corner : http://www.thai-amulets.com/article_catego...pular%20Amulets

Site of Singapore : http://thaioccult.com/

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General Kahta to Pay respect to Buddha


Namo Tassa Bhagavato Arahato Samma Sambuddhassa [x3]


[Homepage to Him, the blessed one, the exalted one, the fully englightened one]

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TI SARANA [ THE THREE REFUGES]

Buddham Saranam Gacchami
[i go to the Buddha as my refuge]

Dhammam Saranam Gacchami
[I go to the Sangha - His Holy order, as my refuge]

Sangham Saranam Gacchami
[I go to the Sangha - His Holy Order, as my refuge]

Dutiyampi Buddham Saranam Gacchami
[For the Second time i go to the buddha as my refuge]

Duityampi Dhammam Saranam Gacchami
[For the second time I go to the Dhamma - His doctrine, as my refuge]

Duitiyampi Sangham Saranam Gacchami
[for the second time i go the sangha - his holy order as my refuge]

Tatiyampi Buddham Saranam Gacchami
[For the third time I go to the Buddha as my refuge]

Tatiyampi Dhammam Saranam Gacchami
[For the tird time I go to the Dhamma - His Doctrine as my refuge]

Tatiyampi Sangham Saranam Gacchami
[For the third time i go to the Sangha - his holy order as my refuge ]


This gereral Gatha/Katha one may use to pray to buddha when you are in the temple.

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By Phra Ajahn Lee Dhammadharo while doing his sitting meditation

Katha:

ARAHAM BUDDHO ITIPI SO BHAGAVA NAMAMIHAM



Meditate by repeating before sleeping either as may as one's age in 1,3,5,7,9 rounds or repeating 108 times in 1,3,5,7,9 rounds in accordance with the power of faith.

Meditate by repeating both before sleeping and after waking up, then send out the thoughts of loving kindness (metta) both to oneself and to others. It will be auspicious to one's life



Chanting : http://www.budsas.org/ebud/chant-bswa/chantbook.htm

http://www.dharmaweb.org/index.php/The_Bas...Lee_Dhammadharo

http://www.accesstoinsight.org/lib/thai/kee/condensed.html

http://www.accesstoinsight.org/lib/thai/lee/inmind.html

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What is Theravada Buddhism?
by John T. Bullitt
© 2005–2010

Theravada (pronounced — more or less — "terra-VAH-dah"), the "Doctrine of the Elders," is the school of Buddhism that draws its scriptural inspiration from the Tipitaka, or Pali canon, which scholars generally agree contains the earliest surviving record of the Buddha's teachings.1 For many centuries, Theravada has been the predominant religion of continental Southeast Asia (Thailand, Myanmar/Burma, Cambodia, and Laos) and Sri Lanka. Today Theravada Buddhists number well over 100 million worldwide.2 In recent decades Theravada has begun to take root in the West.

Many Buddhisms, One Dhamma-vinaya
The Buddha — the "Awakened One" — called the religion he founded Dhamma-vinaya — "the doctrine and discipline." To provide a social structure supportive of the practice of Dhamma-vinaya (or Dhamma for short [Sanskrit: Dharma]), and to preserve these teachings for posterity, the Buddha established the order of bhikkhus (monks) and bhikkhunis (nuns) — the Sangha — which continues to this day to pass his teachings on to subsequent generations of laypeople and monastics, alike.

As the Dhamma continued its spread across India after the Buddha's passing, differing interpretations of the original teachings arose, which led to schisms within the Sangha and the emergence of as many as eighteen distinct sects of Buddhism.3 One of these schools eventually gave rise to a reform movement that called itself Mahayana (the "Greater Vehicle")4 and that referred to the other schools disparagingly as Hinayana (the "Lesser Vehicle"). What we call Theravada today is the sole survivor of those early non-Mahayana schools.5 To avoid the pejorative tone implied by the terms Hinayana and Mahayana, it is common today to use more neutral language to distinguish between these two main branches of Buddhism. Because Theravada historically dominated southern Asia, it is sometimes called "Southern" Buddhism, while Mahayana, which migrated northwards from India into China, Tibet, Japan, and Korea, is known as "Northern" Buddhism.6

Pali: The Language of Theravada Buddhism
The language of the Theravada canonical texts is Pali (lit., "text"), which is based on a dialect of Middle Indo-Aryan that was probably spoken in central India during the Buddha's time.7 Ven. Ananda, the Buddha's cousin and close personal attendant, committed the Buddha's sermons (suttas) to memory and thus became a living repository of these teachings.8 Shortly after the Buddha's death (ca. 480 BCE), five hundred of the most senior monks — including Ananda — convened to recite and verify all the sermons they had heard during the Buddha's forty-five year teaching career.9 Most of these sermons therefore begin with the disclaimer, "Evam me sutam" — "Thus have I heard."

After the Buddha's death the teachings continued to be passed down orally within the monastic community, in keeping with an Indian oral tradition that long predated the Buddha.10 By 250 BCE the Sangha had systematically arranged and compiled these teachings into three divisions: the Vinaya Pitaka (the "basket of discipline" — the texts concerning the rules and customs of the Sangha), the Sutta Pitaka (the "basket of discourses" — the sermons and utterances by the Buddha and his close disciples), and the Abhidhamma Pitaka (the "basket of special/higher doctrine" — a detailed psycho-philosophical analysis of the Dhamma). Together these three are known as the Tipitaka, the "three baskets." In the third century BCE Sri Lankan monks began compiling a series of exhaustive commentaries to the Tipitaka; these were subsequently collated and translated into Pali beginning in the fifth century CE. The Tipitaka plus the post-canonical texts (commentaries, chronicles, etc.) together constitute the complete body of classical Theravada literature.

Pali was originally a spoken language with no alphabet of its own. It wasn't until about 100 BCE that the Tipitaka was first fixed in writing, by Sri Lankan scribe-monks,11 who wrote the Pali phonetically in a form of early Brahmi script.12 Since then the Tipitaka has been transliterated into many different scripts (Devanagari, Thai, Burmese, Roman, Cyrillic, to name a few). Although English translations of the most popular Tipitaka texts abound, many students of Theravada find that learning the Pali language — even just a little bit here and there — greatly deepens their understanding and appreciation of the Buddha's teachings.

No one can prove that the Tipitaka contains any of the words actually uttered by the historical Buddha. Practicing Buddhists have never found this problematic. Unlike the scriptures of many of the world's great religions, the Tipitaka is not regarded as gospel, as an unassailable statement of divine truth, revealed by a prophet, to be accepted purely on faith. Instead, its teachings are meant to be assessed firsthand, to be put into practice in one's life so that one can find out for oneself if they do, in fact, yield the promised results. It is the truth towards which the words in the Tipitaka point that ultimately matters, not the words themselves. Although scholars will continue to debate the authorship of passages from the Tipitaka for years to come (and thus miss the point of these teachings entirely), the Tipitaka will quietly continue to serve — as it has for centuries — as an indispensable guide for millions of followers in their quest for Awakening.

A Brief Summary of the Buddha's Teachings
THE FOUR NOBLE TRUTHS

Shortly after his Awakening, the Buddha delivered his first sermon, in which he laid out the essential framework upon which all his later teachings were based. This framework consists of the Four Noble Truths, four fundamental principles of nature (Dhamma) that emerged from the Buddha's radically honest and penetrating assessment of the human condition. He taught these truths not as metaphysical theories or as articles of faith, but as categories by which we should frame our direct experience in a way that conduces to Awakening:

Dukkha: suffering, unsatisfactoriness, discontent, stress;
The cause of dukkha: the cause of this dissatisfaction is craving (tanha) for sensuality, for states of becoming, and states of no becoming;
The cessation of dukkha: the relinquishment of that craving;
The path of practice leading to the cessation of dukkha: the Noble Eightfold Path of right view, right resolve, right speech, right action, right livelihood, right effort, right mindfulness, and right concentration.
Because of our ignorance (avijja) of these Noble Truths, because of our inexperience in framing the world in their terms, we remain bound to samsara, the wearisome cycle of birth, aging, illness, death, and rebirth. Craving propels this process onward, from one moment to the next and over the course of countless lifetimes, in accordance with kamma (Skt. karma), the universal law of cause and effect. According to this immutable law, every action that one performs in the present moment — whether by body, speech, or mind itself — eventually bears fruit according to its skillfulness: act in unskillful and harmful ways and unhappiness is bound to follow; act skillfully and happiness will ultimately ensue.13 As long as one remains ignorant of this principle, one is doomed to an aimless existence: happy one moment, in despair the next; enjoying one lifetime in heaven, the next in hell.

The Buddha discovered that gaining release from samsara requires assigning to each of the Noble Truths a specific task: the first Noble Truth is to be comprehended; the second, abandoned; the third, realized; the fourth, developed. The full realization of the third Noble Truth paves the way for Awakening: the end of ignorance, craving, suffering, and kamma itself; the direct penetration to the transcendent freedom and supreme happiness that stands as the final goal of all the Buddha's teachings; the Unconditioned, the Deathless, Unbinding — Nibbana (Skt. Nirvana).
THE EIGHTFOLD PATH AND THE PRACTICE OF DHAMMA

Because the roots of ignorance are so intimately entwined with the fabric of the psyche, the unawakened mind is capable of deceiving itself with breathtaking ingenuity. The solution therefore requires more than simply being kind, loving, and mindful in the present moment. The practitioner must equip him- or herself with the expertise to use a range of tools to outwit, outlast, and eventually uproot the mind's unskillful tendencies. For example, the practice of generosity (dana) erodes the heart's habitual tendencies towards craving and teaches valuable lessons about the motivations behind, and the results of, skillful action. The practice of virtue (sila) guards one against straying wildly off-course and into harm's way. The cultivation of goodwill (metta) helps to undermine anger's seductive grasp. The ten recollections offer ways to alleviate doubt, bear physical pain with composure, maintain a healthy sense of self-respect, overcome laziness and complacency, and restrain oneself from unbridled lust. And there are many more skills to learn.

The good qualities that emerge and mature from these practices not only smooth the way for the journey to Nibbana; over time they have the effect of transforming the practitioner into a more generous, loving, compassionate, peaceful, and clear-headed member of society. The individual's sincere pursuit of Awakening is thus a priceless and timely gift to a world in desperate need of help.


Discernment (pañña)
The Eightfold Path is best understood as a collection of personal qualities to be developed, rather than as a sequence of steps along a linear path. The development of right view and right resolve (the factors classically identified with wisdom and discernment) facilitates the development of right speech, action, and livelihood (the factors identified with virtue). As virtue develops so do the factors identified with concentration (right effort, mindfulness, and concentration). Likewise, as concentration matures, discernment evolves to a still deeper level. And so the process unfolds: development of one factor fosters development of the next, lifting the practitioner in an upward spiral of spiritual maturity that eventually culminates in Awakening.

The long journey to Awakening begins in earnest with the first tentative stirrings of right view — the discernment by which one recognizes the validity of the four Noble Truths and the principle of kamma. One begins to see that one's future well-being is neither predestined by fate, nor left to the whims of a divine being or random chance. The responsibility for one's happiness rests squarely on one's own shoulders. Seeing this, one's spiritual aims become suddenly clear: to relinquish the habitual unskillful tendencies of the mind in favor of skillful ones. As this right resolve grows stronger, so does the heartfelt desire to live a morally upright life, to choose one's actions with care.

At this point many followers make the inward commitment to take the Buddha's teachings to heart, to become "Buddhist" through the act of taking refuge in the Triple Gem: the Buddha (both the historical Buddha and one's own innate potential for Awakening), the Dhamma (both the Buddha's teachings and the ultimate Truth towards which they point), and the Sangha (both the unbroken monastic lineage that has preserved the teachings since the Buddha's day, and all those who have achieved at least some degree of Awakening). With one's feet thus planted on solid ground, and with the help of an admirable friend or teacher (kalyanamitta) to guide the way, one is now well-equipped to proceed down the Path, following in the footsteps left by the Buddha himself.

Virtue (sila)
Right view and right resolve continue to mature through the development of the path factors associated with sila, or virtue — namely, right speech, right action, and right livelihood. These are condensed into a very practical form in the five precepts, the basic code of ethical conduct to which every practicing Buddhist subscribes: refraining from killing, stealing, sexual misconduct, lying, and using intoxicants. Even the monks' complex code of 227 rules and the nuns' 311 ultimately have these five basic precepts at their core.

Concentration (samadhi)
Having gained a foothold in the purification of one's outward behavior through the practice of sila, the essential groundwork has been laid for delving into the most subtle and transformative aspect of the path: meditation and the development of samadhi, or concentration. This is spelled out in detail in the final three path factors: right effort, by which one learns how to favor skillful qualities of mind over unskillful ones; right mindfulness, by which one learns to keep one's attention continually grounded in the present moment of experience; and right concentration, by which one learns to immerse the mind so thoroughly and unwaveringly in its meditation object that it enters jhana, a series of progressively deeper states of mental and physical tranquillity.

Right mindfulness and right concentration are developed in tandem through satipatthana ("frames of reference" or "foundations of mindfulness"), a systematic approach to meditation practice that embraces a wide range of skills and techniques. Of these practices, mindfulness of the body (especially mindfulness of breathing) is particularly effective at bringing into balance the twin qualities of tranquillity (samatha) and insight (vipassana), or clear-seeing. Through persistent practice, the meditator becomes more adept at bringing the combined powers of samatha-vipassana to bear in an exploration of the fundamental nature of mind and body.14 As the meditator masters the ability to frame his immediate experience in terms of anicca (inconstancy), dukkha, and anatta (not-self), even the subtlest manifestations of these three characteristics of experience are brought into exquisitely sharp focus. At the same time, the root cause of dukkha — craving — is relentlessly exposed to the light of awareness. Eventually craving is left with no place to hide, the entire karmic process that fabricates dukkha unravels, the eightfold path reaches its noble climax, and the meditator gains, at long last, his or her first unmistakable glimpse of the Unconditioned — Nibbana.

Awakening
This first enlightenment experience, known as stream-entry (sotapatti), is the first of four progressive stages of Awakening, each of which entails the irreversible shedding or weakening of several fetters (samyojana), the manifestations of ignorance that bind a person to the cycle of birth and death. Stream-entry marks an unprecedented and radical turning point both in the practitioner's current life and in the entirety of his or her long journey in samsara. For it is at this point that any lingering doubts about the truth of the Buddha's teachings disappear; it is at this point that any belief in the purifying efficacy of rites and rituals evaporates; and it is at this point that the long-cherished notion of an abiding personal "self" falls away. The stream-enterer is said to be assured of no more than seven future rebirths (all of them favorable) before eventually attaining full Awakening.
But full Awakening is still a long way off. As the practitioner presses on with renewed diligence, he or she passes through two more significant landmarks: once-returning (sakadagati), which is accompanied by the weakening of the fetters of sensual desire and ill-will, and non-returning (agati), in which these two fetters are uprooted altogether. The final stage of Awakening — arahatta — occurs when even the most refined and subtle levels of craving and conceit are irrevocably extinguished. At this point the practitioner — now an arahant, or "worthy one" — arrives at the end-point of the Buddha's teaching. With ignorance, suffering, stress, and rebirth having all come to their end, the arahant at last can utter the victory cry first proclaimed by the Buddha upon his Awakening:

"Birth is ended, the holy life fulfilled, the task done! There is nothing further for the sake of this world."

— MN 36

The arahant lives out the remainder of his or her life inwardly enjoying the bliss of Nibbana, secure at last from the possibility of any future rebirth. When the arahant's aeons-long trail of past kamma eventually unwinds to its end, the arahant dies and he or she enters into parinibbana — total Unbinding. Although language utterly fails at describing this extraordinary event, the Buddha likened it to what happens when a fire finally burns up all its fuel.

"The serious pursuit of happiness"
Buddhism is sometimes naïvely criticized as a "negative" or "pessimistic" religion and philosophy. Surely life is not all misery and disappointment: it offers many kinds of happiness and sublime joy. Why then this dreary Buddhist obsession with unsatisfactoriness and suffering?

The Buddha based his teachings on a frank assessment of our plight as humans: there is unsatisfactoriness and suffering in the world. No one can argue this fact. Dukkha lurks behind even the highest forms of worldly pleasure and joy, for, sooner or later, as surely as night follows day, that happiness must come to an end. Were the Buddha's teachings to stop there, we might indeed regard them as pessimistic and life as utterly hopeless. But, like a doctor who prescribes a remedy for an illness, the Buddha offers both a hope (the third Noble Truth) and a cure (the fourth). The Buddha's teachings thus give cause for unparalleled optimism and joy. The teachings offer as their reward the noblest, truest kind of happiness, and give profound value and meaning to an otherwise grim existence. One modern teacher summed it up well: "Buddhism is the serious pursuit of happiness."
Theravada Comes West
Until the late 19th century, the teachings of Theravada were little known outside of southern Asia, where they had flourished for some two and one-half millennia. In the past century, however, the West has begun to take notice of Theravada's unique spiritual legacy in its teachings of Awakening. In recent decades this interest has swelled, with the monastic Sangha from various schools within Theravada establishing dozens of monasteries across Europe and North America. Increasing numbers of lay meditation centers, founded and operated independently of the monastic Sangha, strain to meet the demands of lay men and women — Buddhist and otherwise — seeking to learn selected aspects of the Buddha's teachings.

The turn of the 21st century presents both opportunities and dangers for Theravada in the West: Will the Buddha's teachings be patiently studied and put into practice, and allowed to establish deep roots in Western soil, for the benefit of many generations to come? Will the current popular Western climate of "openness" and cross-fertilization between spiritual traditions lead to the emergence of a strong new form of Buddhist practice unique to the modern era, or will it simply lead to confusion and the dilution of these priceless teachings? These are open questions; only time will tell.

Spiritual teachings of every description inundate the media and the marketplace today. Many of today's popular spiritual teachings borrow liberally from the Buddha, though only rarely do they place the Buddha's words in their true context. Earnest seekers of truth are therefore often faced with the unsavory task of wading through fragmentary teachings of dubious accuracy. How are we to make sense of it all?

Fortunately the Buddha left us with some simple guidelines to help us navigate through this bewildering flood. Whenever you find yourself questioning the authenticity of a particular teaching, heed well the Buddha's advice to his stepmother:

[The teachings that promote] the qualities of which you may know, 'These qualities lead to passion, not to dispassion; to being fettered, not to being unfettered; to accumulating, not to shedding; to self-aggrandizement, not to modesty; to discontent, not to contentment; to entanglement, not to seclusion; to laziness, not to aroused persistence; to being burdensome, not to being unburdensome': You may categorically hold, 'This is not the Dhamma, this is not the Vinaya, this is not the Teacher's instruction.'

[As for the teachings that promote] the qualities of which you may know, 'These qualities lead to dispassion, not to passion; to being unfettered, not to being fettered; to shedding, not to accumulating; to modesty, not to self-aggrandizement; to contentment, not to discontent; to seclusion, not to entanglement; to aroused persistence, not to laziness; to being unburdensome, not to being burdensome': You may categorically hold, 'This is the Dhamma, this is the Vinaya, this is the Teacher's instruction.'

— AN 8.53

The truest test of these teachings, of course, is whether they yield the promised results in the crucible of your own heart. The Buddha presents the challenge; the rest is up to you.

Notes

1.
Buddhist Religions: A Historical Introduction (fifth edition) by R.H. Robinson, W.L. Johnson, and Thanissaro Bhikkhu (Belmont, California: Wadsworth, 2005), p. 46.
2.
This estimate is based on data appearing in CIA World Factbook 2004. South Asia's largest Theravada Buddhist populations are found in Thailand (61 million Theravadans), Myanmar (38 million), Sri Lanka (13 million), and Cambodia (12 million).
3.
Buddhist Religions, p. 46.
4.
Mahayana today includes Zen, Ch'an, Nichiren, Tendai, and Pure Land Buddhism.
5.
Guide Through The Abhidhamma Pitaka by Nyanatiloka Mahathera (Kandy: Buddhist Publication Society, 1971), pp. 60ff.
6.
A third major branch of Buddhism emerged much later (ca. 8th century CE) in India:Vajrayana, the "Diamond Vehicle." Vajrayana's elaborate system of esoteric initiations, tantric rituals, and mantra recitations eventually spread north into central and east Asia, leaving a particularly strong imprint on Tibetan Buddhism. See Buddhist Religions, pp. 124ff. and chapter 11.
7.
Modern scholarship suggests that Pali was probably never spoken by the Buddha himself. In the centuries after the Buddha's death, as Buddhism spread across India into regions of different dialects, Buddhist monks increasingly depended on a common tongue for their Dhamma discussions and recitations of memorized texts. It was out of this necessity that the language we now know as Pali emerged. See Bhikkhu Bodhi's Introduction in Numerical Discourses of the Buddha (Walnut Creek, CA: Altamira Press, 1999), pp. 1ff, and n. 1 (p. 275) and "The Pali Language and Literature" by the Pali Text Society (http://www.palitext.com/subpages/lan_lite.htm; 15 April 2002).
8.
Great Disciples of the Buddha by Nyanaponika Thera and Hellmuth Hecker (Somerville: Wisdom Publications, 1997), pp. 140, 150.
9.
Buddhist Religions, p. 48.
10.
The Hindu Vedas, for example, predate the Buddha by at least a millennium (Buddhist Religions, p. 2).
11.
Buddhist Religions, p. 77.
12.
Anandajoti Bhikkhu, personal communication.
13.
See Dhp 1-2.
14.
This description of the unified role of samatha and vipassana is based upon the Buddha's meditation teachings as presented in the suttas (see "One Tool Among Many" by Thanissaro Bhikkhu). The Abhidhamma and the Commentaries, by contrast, state that samatha and vipassana are two distinct meditation paths (see, for example, The Jhanas in Theravada Buddhist Meditation by H. Gunaratana, ch. 5).

It is impossible to reconcile these divergent views from studying the texts alone; any doubts about the roles of samatha and vipassana are best resolved through the actual practice of meditation.

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An Article about AC Suwat of Wat Natawee

Arjan Path Ariyo, the abbot of nathawee temple

Prakroo Suwathanaporn or Arjan Path Ariyo, the abbot of Nathawee Temple where is located at Moo 4 Nathawee,Songkhla.

He was born on 20th August 1996 at Moo 6, Koksai, Paborn, Phataloung. His farther name is Mr. Phaew. Mother name is Mrs.Aopa Nopharath. For his childhood, he had lived with grandmother most of the time. Her name is Kaew. Wherever she was. He always was there. Kaew kept telling him that when he grew up, just be a monk and no retirement.

Arjan Path studied at Kounpeng temple, his hometown. When he was 13 years old, Kaew and his parents took him to the temple. On the way to the temple, Kaew held his hand till met Prakroo Paisan Sangkakit at Vangpring temple, Kouhmeekead, Sadul, Soungkhla. Prakroo Paisan Sangkakit taught him the prayer. Before Kaew had gone back, she still convinced him not to leave being a monk. Arjarn Path entered to the priesthood on 17 June 1980 and became a Buddhist novice since he was 20. He then has become a monk completely on 23 April 1987. During being a monk, his name is Pra Supath Ariyo, he completed a junior high school at Baleesatit Mahachular School, Chetupone temple, Bangkok and a senior high school at Wachira Mahamongkut, Mongkut temple, Bangkok. 1992, He acted for the abbot of Nathawee Temple. 1993, He has become the abbot of Nathawee Temple. He has started developing the temple from time to time.

He always made a retreat after completing every day practice. Later on, he found a small hat which was no owner where was 15 km far from the village. It was E-San village. It was very peaceful village. Actually, he wanted to go to the Northeast but once he found this place where was in the South and not too far from Nathawee temple. He was very glad and decided to stay there. In the morning, he walked with a boot to receive food from people as normal. But people felt it was too far for him to walk like this in every morning, Therefore, people prefered to hand food to him at his place. He had no need to walk any more. He had more time to sit with concentration. 15 days later, during sustaining concentration, he saw the red fire running into him and fell in front of him. It made him feel little nervous. However, it did not make him give up. Later, on a Sabbath or Buddhist Day of worship, It’s about 11:00 P.M. during his sitting and concentrating, there was another red fire running into him again. It was about 50 meters far from him. At that time, he felt calm and cool. One night later, He found a king cobra creeping to be near him but he was not feel scared. Anytime, when he saw the red fire, he felt relax and more comfortable. He could also control 4 elements of human being - earth, water, air and fire.

At the beginning of the second months, during his concentrating, he saw an old monk who was very thin. The old monk came and talked to him. That monk said he died of “ Kaikon disease ” for many years. He had high fever and lots of hair on body. Before he had died, he caught a cat. He set it free on monk’s cell and tied it with a rag of an outer robe of a Buddhist monk to protect it from a dog. At that time. Arjarn Path Ariyo was not born yet. Later on, He dreamed of the previous Nathawee abbot who names “ Louen ”. Louen told him to go back and stay at his temple. After Arjarn Path had gone back Nathawee Temple, he was the only one who could develop the temple and pay back Non Performance Loan (NPL) amount 1 million baht in short period. There has been lots of people who have made a donation for Natthawee Temple. The amazing thing while he was at E-San village is there was a king cobra that was still around him wherever he went.

The reason why Arjan Path likes to stay in the forest because he could gain more concentration. When he came back and stayed at Nathawee Temple, he still kept sitting with concentration. He later saw the red fire and felt comfortable the same as he has slept for 40 seconds. At first, he could sustain concentration only 30 minutes after he had seen the red fire. However, after he had been able to control 4 elements of human being much more better, he could sit long and long from one hour to more without being scared and worried. Arjarn Path has a strong concentration. He is able to know people’ problem by his sense. He now becomes famous. With his outstanding gift in predicting people’ destiny, there are many people know and need to see him more and more average 100 -200 persons/day. He is willing to help people. People name him as “Pra Sam Ta” because he can see anything that anyone can’t. People who come to see him not only from Thailand but also from Malaysia, Indonesia, Brunei and Singapore because he has much more intention to help people without discrimination. All above respect him. There were some people who did not believe him and came just to test his prediction. Arjarn Path so showed his gift to thoses and also asked them back “ If you did not believe why you came here”. Those people respected him afterward. He has helped people for more than 15 years and Nathawee Temple has been developed continuously.

The way he knows is he could control 4 elements of human being, namely, earth, water, air and fire in deep and solve problem by praying. If anyone has thoses incompletely, he then just makes them complete by praying to adjust thoses into balance.

However, Arjan path also helps people who are in difficulties. If their businesses are not look so good, he gives “ Yannakarat ”. It is good not only for saving people’ life but also improving the business. It is hard to get Payanakarat tree to make “ Yannakarat ”. He then used cartridge cover instead and the prodcut is called “ Takrut ”.

Note : Payanakarat tree has the quality to detoxify snake venom.

When Takrut is writed sacred letters on, it is called “ Takrut Payanakarat ”. There was one man who survived from car accident because of “ Takrut Payanakarat “. People so like to have this in order to secure against danger.

For “ Yannakarat ”, there was one man has been sick by cancer at last level.The doctor told him he could not stay long. During his treatment in the hospital, he dreamed of Nathawee Temple. He then asked his relative to take him there. Arjan Path prayed for him, adjusted 4 elements of human being into balance and prolonged his life. It have made him still survive although it has passed for 3 years already.

Moreover, Arjan Path also helps people who have difficulty from having a baby. One day, Malaysian couple who had a dim hope to have a baby came to see him. The wife was 41 years old and the husband got cancer at last level. Arjan Path learnt how to make a pill from his grandmother when he was 12-13 years old. Firstly, Arjan Path checked how possible these couple can have baby, if so. He started to use his old dispensatory by using golden apples and praying. Got a couple pray. Cut golden apples and dried in the sun. After that, made a couple drink golden apple juice. Grandmother said it was 95% success. He has become very famous and many people want to see how professional he is. One Penang man invited Arjan Path to visit his family graves and asked him to point which one was for man and for woman. Arjan Path not only pointed all correctly but also pointed the graves that belong to his mother and sister who were death earlier. This Penang man really respected him and gave him a name of “ Pra Sam Ta ” which means the monk who has 3 eyes. Actually, Penang man is very rich (a millionaire). He used to invite Arjan Path to his house in Malaysia. Arjan Path told him that there was an old wise chinese visited here before and put 9 sticks around his house. Arjan Path was able to point where those 9 sticks were located correctly. Since then, Arjan path’ s reputation spreads far and wide not only in Thailand but also abroad.

One day, Arjan Path saw one Singaporean lady who was making merit and virtue at Nathawee Temple. He looked at her and found that she was unhappy due to husband and her relative. Arjan Path told the truth and prayed for her. Since then, her family becomes happy.

5 January 2008, Mr.Prapong Limpratarnkul, the editor of the the South city newspaper entered to the priesthood at Nathawee Temple. We call him “ Loungtung ”. One evening, Loungtung walked through Arjan Path and Arjan Path asked him to wash the car. License plate number of its is 1140. Loungtung thought that Arjun Path cracked a joke on him. He then did not do it. Two days later, Malaysian lottery announced that the 2nd prize was number 1140. Loungtung then believes that Arjarn Path could see past, present and future.

Arjan Path has been helping people for more than 15 years. He keeps developing the temple. He never stops doing this but will keep going. With many miracles explained above, Arjarn Path is well-known not only local but also external.

Source of Reference : http://www.watnathawee.com/modules/news/in...de=detail&id=33


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A good effort on your side bro..May all beings share this merit and be happy..May all beings guard themselves happily and be happy..Sadhu, Sadhu, Sadhu..
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Hi Selipo my dear friend,

The teachings of buddha are for sharing. Especially this general Katha is good to be chanted for any amulet. Still have a lot of learn, especially from you. Sadhu, Sadhu, Sadhu

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Another good article on Vipassana Meditation

What is Vipassana or Insight Meditation?

Vipassana (insight meditation) is the ultimate expression of Socrates' dictum, "know thyself." The Buddha discovered that the cause of suffering can actually be erased when we see our true nature. This is a radical insight. It means that our happiness does not depend on manipulating the external world. We only have to see ourselves clearly— a much easier proposition (but in the ultimate sense, knowing oneself with clarity reveals there is no permanent self, as the Buddha taught).

Vipassana meditation is a rational method for purifying the mind of the mental factors that cause distress and pain. This simple technique does not invoke the help of a god, spirit or any other external power, but relies on our own efforts.

Vipassana is an insight that cuts through conventional perception to perceive mind and matter as they actually are: impermanent, unsatisfactory, and impersonal. Insight meditation gradually purifies the mind, eliminating all forms of attachment. As attachment is cut away, desire and delusion are gradually diluted. The Buddha identified these two factors— desire and ignorance— as the roots of suffering. When they are finally removed, the mind will touch something permanent beyond the changing world. That "something" is the deathless, supramundane happiness, called "Nibbana" in Pali.

Insight meditation is concerned with the present moment— with staying in the now to the most extreme degree possible. It consists of observing body (rupa) and mind (nama) with bare attention.

The word "vipassana" has two parts. "Passana" means seeing, i.e., perceiving. The prefix "vi" has several meanings, one of which is "through." Vipassana-insight literally cuts through the curtain of delusion in the mind. "Vi" can also function as the English prefix "dis," suggesting discernment— a kind of seeing that perceives individual components separately. The idea of separation is relevant here, for insight works like a mental scalpel, differentiating conventional truth from ultimate reality. Lastly, "vi" can function as an intensive, in which case "vipassana" means intense, deep or powerful seeing. It is an immediate insight experienced before one's eyes, having nothing to do with reasoning or thinking.

Is insight meditation a religion?

No. Although it was discovered by the Buddha, insight meditation is not Buddhism. It is the method by which the Buddha and his disciples freed themselves from every form of suffering and attained awakening. This simple technique is a democratic method, open to people of any faith or those who ascribe to none.

Is insight meditation an escape from reality?

No. On the contrary, it is the ultimate confrontation with reality.


Two Kinds of Meditation: Mindfulness and Concentration

The complete term for insight meditation is "vipassana-bhavana." "Bhavana" means a system of mental training that cultivates wisdom or concentration.

All meditation techniques can be classified into two types: insight meditation (vipassana-bhavana), and tranquility meditation, or concentration (samatha-bhavana). In tranquility practice you fix the attention on a single object until the mind enters a deep, trance-like stillness. You develop enough concentration to quiet the mind and suppress mental impurities such as anger. When you stop meditating, however, the negative emotions eventually return.

The practice of insight, on the other hand, cultivates wisdom. The student develops systematic mindfulness in order to see the real characteristics of existence: unsatisfactoriness, impermanence, and impersonality. All the activities of daily life can be objects of mindfulness: bodily actions, feelings, thoughts and emotions— even painful ones. Nothing is suppressed.

In mindfulness practice, a meditator notes and lets go of different objects as they appear and pass away, instead of keeping the mind fixed on one thing exclusively. Although some concentration is needed for vipassana practice, it is only the level called "momentary concentration," which is weaker than that required for deep tranquility-states (jhana).

The path of concentration results in short-term calmness, bliss, and, when fully perfected, psychic powers. The path of insight, on the other hand, leads to wisdom and permanent freedom from suffering. This freedom is called "Nibbana," the deathless.

We practice vipassana meditation in order to see the mind, to know it rather than control it, as Bhikkhu Sopako Bodhi says. To see your own mind clearly is to see ultimate reality.

Many of us find excuses to avoid cultivating the mind. There is the familiar objection, "I don't have enough concentration to meditate." But strong concentration, as we said, is not a requirement for insight meditation.

Ask yourself this: does a sick person need a special aptitude to take penicillin? No— he takes it because he is ill. Like medicine, meditation is not something for which one needs an aptitude, but a prescription for illness; and the worse it tastes, the more it's likely needed. The Buddha said that all of us suffer from the mental sickness of desire, aversion and delusion. But anyone— repeat, anyone— can achieve mental health and happiness by "taking" vipassana.


What is Mindfulness?

Vipassana practice cultivates mindfulness. Mindfulness in insight meditation refers to bare awareness of the physical and mental phenomena occurring in the present moment. These phenomena include the movements of your body, sights, sounds, smells, tastes, sensations of touch, pain or pleasant feeling, thoughts, etc.

The present moment refers to the initial instant that a phenomenon (called an "object") such as a sound, sight or movement makes contact with consciousness. Think of a match striking the side of the box, resulting in flame. That's what the contact of the present moment is like. The mind is one thing, the object another. When they strike together, a moment of experience happens: a moment of hearing, seeing, smelling, moving, touching, tasting, feeling or thinking.

Mindfulness is the mental factor aware of this contact from one moment to the next. Furthermore, mindfulness knows the beginning and ending of each instance of contact. That is, it sees each sight or sound arise and then immediately pass away.

With mindfulness you do not judge or react to passing phenomena, but merely note them impartially, without attraction or repulsion. We should emphasize that mindfulness of the body, thoughts, feelings, sense-impressions, and so on does not mean thinking about those things, but merely knowing them with bare attention as soon as they arise (i.e., at the moment of contact), then letting them go. The technique of simply knowing and letting go of sensations without reacting to them eventually purifies the mind of all unwholesome traits.

The Country of Now

To be mindful of the present moment is to stay in the ultimate now, to be acutely aware of what is happening in body and mind at the present instant. At such times you don't remember past events or anticipate the future. Truly speaking, the last breath is in the past. It is gone. The next breath hasn't happened yet. Only the present breath (or sight, sound, movement, etc.) is real.

But how can we survive in the world while staying in the present to such a degree? In order to function in everyday life, of course, we have to plan and remember. We have to evaluate sights and sounds. Most of the time we have to use language and abstract thinking. In that case we cannot stay precisely in the present moment, although we can use general mindfulness and clear comprehension to be more aware of our activities and thoughts.

But we can set aside a special hour or so every day to cultivate mindfulness. During that time we can let go of concepts, thoughts, and mental "fashionings" of every kind. Whether it's an hour every morning or a year-long retreat, during that period there's no need to think about yesterday's crisis or make a mental leap toward the future, not even to the next breath.

What is sometimes misunderstood, however, is the degree to which "nowness" should be taken during vipassana practice. It is more extreme and precise than most of us think. And it is quite different from the mindfulness we might use in daily life.

People mean different things by the terms "now" or "the present." In a practical sense, we might think of nowness as having degrees. Imagine you're standing on a high ridge looking at a forest through a camera lens. As you zoom closer, details of the individual trees emerge clearly. As you zoom out, the trees appear less distinct.

Here we're using distance as a metaphor for time. To those standing far from the forest, living in the present could mean enjoying life from day to day without planning for retirement. For a person who zooms in closer, staying in the now could mean paying attention while doing the dishes— keeping the mind on the task instead of letting it stray to the argument of yesterday morning.

But is this as close as you can get to the trees? Is this what it means to stay in the present to the ultimate degree? As a matter of fact, it isn't. We may believe it is the limit only because we haven't systematically cultivated mindfulness. But with strong mindfulness we can actually zoom in much closer. Then we find that the "now" opens up into many more levels.

Gradually it is seen that our previous lack of awareness distorted our perception of the inner and outer landscape. As mindfulness gets sharper we will be able to perceive many more details, subtleties that had never been noticed before, until we are able to clearly perceive the moment when the mind makes initial contact with an object.

If we do this systematically we'll begin to see things differently— as the mirror image of what we'd thought they were. What we had believed permanent turns out to be momentary. What we thought desirable no longer seems so. What we believed to be self is clearly seen to be a matter of impersonal components. This is to cross the border of conventional truth into the province of ultimate reality and see things as they actually are. It is by seeing these characteristics clearly that we'll be able to let go of attachment and become free of suffering.


Letting Go of Memory and Names

How do you take the practice of nowness to the next level so as to see ultimate reality clearly? The answer is: by letting go of conventional knowledge temporarily, which includes letting go of memory. Not only memories from childhood, or yesterday, or one minute ago; not only the memory of our last breath.

In order to gain ultimate knowledge you have to give up, for a time, the labels and concepts of conventional knowledge. Some call this "beginner's mind." That means that in order to reach a high level of vipassana insight you must temporarily let go of the names for things, because naming is actually a very subtle form of remembering, a tiny reflex back to the past. But you don't have to worry that anything will be lost— the memories and names will return as soon as you need them or as soon as you stop the period of intensive practice.

What does it mean to "let go of names"? In order to understand this, let's take a look at the process of perception as described in Buddhist philosophy. The perceptual process has two parts. Say that you're looking at a piano. At first you see an unidentified colored shape (this is the initial moment of contact with the object, to which we referred earlier). A split-second later the mind recognizes the name of the object, "piano." Those two moments occur one right after the other, so quickly that in daily life they're indistinguishable. But with strong mindfulness and insight it is possible to perceive the initial moment of bare seeing before memory comes up with the name.

The same stages of perception occur whenever you experience a sound, smell, taste or touch. Pure sound-waves are cognized first; in the next moment you recognize the sound. A fragrance is sensed before it is named. The same is true of touches, tastes, and mental phenomena.

The truth is, although you may have general mindfulness, whenever you recognize a sight, sound, etc., you cannot be said to be staying exactly in the present moment, to the highest degree possible. "If we could focus precisely on the present moment," Achan Sobin wrote, "… the eye would not be able to identify objects coming into the area of perception. Sound, which merely has the function of entering the eardrum and causing it to vibrate, would not be concretized as speech or music, etc. In fact, it is possible to focus on the split-second between hearing sound and recognizing it in the conventional manner." (Wayfaring: A Manual for Insight Meditation).

Although it may seem impossible to be clearly aware of a form before recognizing it, this event happens naturally during vipassana practice when mindfulness and insight are very strong. With experience in meditation you will not have to believe or disbelieve, because you will know this firsthand. To know a phenomenon with mindfulness before it is overlaid with concepts is to experience reality as it actually is, in its pristine state.

That does not mean that in daily life you will go around bumping into objects you don't recognize. Again, conventional perception, along with all the names and concepts necessary for everyday functioning, will be there as soon as you need it. It can be accessed anytime.

But in regard to memory, someone might think, "I cherish my happy memories. Why should I give them up?" Again, your memories will not be permanently erased. You'll be able to recall a certain event whenever you want to. But the more you train the mind to stay in the present moment, the more you'll see that clinging to the past and living in the future actually cause suffering. Attachment to pleasant memories makes us long for something that is gone, and this longing is in itself painful. What disappears in vipassana practice are not the memories themselves, but the distress that comes from attaching to them.


Conventional Truth vs. Ultimate Reality

The Buddha distinguished between conventional and ultimate truth. The former refers to the names and concepts by which we interpret our experience. Conventional truth is relative and conceptual. It changes from person to person. But ultimate truth is the same for all. It is true in the absolute sense.

A name is a concept; it isn't ultimately real. It is only a convention we impose on something. Remembering the name of a thing, whether we are referring to a sight, sound, smell, taste, touch, feeling or some other form, is not the same as directly experiencing it.

Ultimate reality refers to the raw sense-data of moment-to-moment experience: the actual instances of color, sound waves, tactile sensation, fragrance, and so on, that the brain continually registers. These sensations exist whether or not we think about them. They are not affected by the names or associations given to them.

Most cultures have a name for the phenomenon called "thunder" in English. Brazilians say "trueno," the French, "tonerre." Although the names differ, the phenomenon doesn't. The event denoted by "thunder" is the same thing no matter what we call it. Truly speaking, it is impossible to hear thunder. What we actually hear is sound. Although a particular sound can be called by many names, sound waves themselves have the same properties, and follow the same physical laws, in all cultures.

Insight meditation is only concerned with ultimate reality, not conventional truth. Ultimate reality has two components: nama and rupa.


Nama and Rupa

Achan Sobin once said, "There is no vipassana without nama and rupa." They are insight meditation distilled to its essence. "Nama" means mind. The mind is comprised of two things: 1) consciousness, and 2) mental phenomena or mental factors such as intention, feeling, desire, mindfulness, and so on. The general word "nama" includes both consciousness and mental factors.

"Rupa" means matter. Practically speaking, rupa refers to bare sense-impressions: color, sound, taste, scent and tactile sensation (tactile sensation is experienced as temperature, pressure, and motion). Although we don't usually think of them this way, in Buddhist philosophy sense-impressions are considered a type of matter. They are, in fact, our only direct experience of the latter.

Nama and rupa are the two things left when we give up names and concepts. Strictly speaking, they are the only proper objects of mindfulness.

Nama and rupa serve two functions in our moment-to-moment experience: 1) the function of knowing, and 2) the function of being known.

The faculty that knows is nama, the mind. It is aware of something. Let's call it the "knower" (but this "knower" should not be equated with a self; it is impersonal, anatta.) The x being known is called the "object." An object by very definition lacks awareness.

Rupas, material forms, are always objects, not knowers. Rupa is not conscious. Sound cannot hear. Color cannot see. Material phenomena must be "touched" by a mind in order to be experienced. When the mind is aware of color, seeing happens. When it's aware of sound, hearing occurs. Color and sound are objects.

Each moment of life contains one "knower" and one object. When these two things come together, experience happens. For example, sound vibrations are rupa; the mind perceives the sound. When you move your arm, the motion is rupa; nama, the mind, is aware of the movement. A fragrance is rupa; the mind perceives the scent. Color is rupa; nama, the mind, cognizes color.

Now here's where it gets a bit tricky. Although rupas are always objects, not all objects are rupas. An object refers to anything of which the mind is aware. It can be either corporeal or incorporeal. Mental phenomena such as thoughts and feelings can also become objects-objects of the mind— because we can be aware of them.

In that case, one mental phenomenon is known by another mental phenomenon. Having two namas in one moment may seem confusing, as if there would be two knowers. But only one nama at a time can be the knower. A single moment of nama or unit of mind can perform only one function at a time. It cannot be both knower and object simultaneously.

What happens in some cases of knowing a mental form is that the mind in the present takes as its object the previous moment of consciousness, the one that arose and passed away a split-second before. In other words, the mental phenomenon being known— the nama serving as the object— is already over with. (Technically, when the previous moment of consciousness becomes the object of the present, we are knowing an object from the past. But it is so close in time that it still counts as a legitimate object for mindfulness, still counts as a "present" object. This is a different situation from when the mind turns to memory to retrieve the name of a form.)

Simply put: rupas are known. Namas know (rupas and other namas). The knower is always nama. The object can be nama or rupa.

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Although they are fundamental, ultimate realities (individual namas and rupas) are not permanent. In fact they are in continual flux, appearing and passing away faster than lightning flashes. Under ordinary circumstances we're unable to perceive this flux. But it's possible, by practicing insight meditation, to train our minds to see it. To see nama-rupa arising and passing away is to know oneself. To know oneself is to know the universe.

The Absence of "I"

When observing nama and rupa you shouldn't think in terms of a self or describe your experience with words. When observing the body, for instance, you wouldn't think, "I feel a cramp in my leg." You would only be aware of the feeling. As a training technique a beginner can label the sensation "pain," or "feeling," but without regarding it in terms of "I" or mentally linking it to a body part.

To take another example: during walking meditation a student is just aware of the bare sensation of motion instead of thinking, "now my foot is moving," or even knowing the concept "foot." No matter which body part is moving, every instance of motion is rupa, physical form. In ultimate terms, all rupas are equal. The only difference is that they occur in different moments. Namas and rupas are not selves. Nor do they belong to a self.

The physical body is rupa because it is comprised of matter. It can be moved into different shapes called "postures." Let's say that you place the body in the sitting posture. Normally you'd think, "I am sitting," which is true in the conventional sense. But according to ultimate reality, it is only rupa that is sitting, only material form, not a self or an "I." In the ultimate sense, it is not even a man or a woman who is sitting, but only physical elements.

What about nama? Ultimately speaking, nama, the mind, is not a self either. Nama is the faculty that knows the body is sitting. But this consciousness is not equivalent to a self. It is merely an impersonal awareness that arises and passes away from moment to moment.

Life continues because in the next instant a new moment of consciousness arises. New units of consciousness keep arising and dying out one at a time, and it is this entire stream that we normally regard as a being or person. Although we usually think of a person as a relatively permanent entity possessing a lasting soul or self, in fact the mental continuum is comprised of separate, but sequential, units of consciousness. The notion of a permanent self, the Buddha taught, is nothing more than a fiction. It does not actually exist in either body or mind.

Our moment-to-moment experience in terms of nama-rupa can be summarized as follows:

Movement is rupa; nama knows (is aware of) movement.
Posture is rupa; nama knows posture.
Color is rupa; nama sees color.
Sound is rupa; nama hears sound.
Scent is rupa; nama smells scent.
Tactile sensation is rupa; nama knows tactile sensation.
Flavor is rupa; nama tastes flavor.

Objects

In any type of meditation we have to give the mind something to focus on. This "something" is called the "meditation object." In vipassana practice the only appropriate objects are those which occur in the present moment. Sometimes we generate these objects deliberately, as in the hand motions exercise (see Hand Motions). Sometimes we merely observe what occurs naturally, such as the abdominal movements that happen when we breathe.

In fact, the abdominal movement occuring in respiration is the most frequent meditation object. The abdomen expands when you inhale and deflates when you exhale. In vipassana these two movements are called, respectively, "rising" and "falling." The rising motion is one object; the falling motion is another.

Since these motions never cease as long as we live, they make extremely convenient objects. You can practice insight meditation at any time simply by observing the abdominal movements. (There are many other objects for vipassana practice, explained in more detail below and in How to Meditate.)

Persistence

Another requirement is persistence. If you have tried practicing insight meditation, you know that keeping the mind in the present isn't as easy as it sounds. Perversely, the mind always wanders away. That's all right. It takes patience to change the habit of a lifetime. But it's important not to get upset with yourself. You should regard the mind's wandering as an opportunity to see impersonality, nonself.

Nonself means that all the phenomena in the universe arise because of conditions which are not amenable to control by anyone's will. We can still effect changes, but only by creating the right causes, not by sheer willpower. And creating those causes takes time.

So how should you respond when consciousness wanders away from the meditation object? Simply note "thinking," saying the word silently in the mind, then bring your attention back to the meditation object. As soon as you notice the mind slipping into the past or dreaming about the future, sweep it back to the present moment where a new object, a new sound, thought or movement is already erupting.

Persistence is key because you will have to bring the mind back again and again— literally thousands of times, until it becomes habitual. Don't try to suppress any emotions or thoughts that may arise. Allow these phenomena to appear naturally. Simply be aware of them when they occur.


Soap Bubbles

Imagine a bottle of children's soap bubbles. Before you blow into the plastic wand, no bubble exists. As soon as you blow into it, however, something begins to form. A thin film balloons into a pouch and forms a bubble that breaks free— an independent, floating sphere. A form has appeared that had not existed a few seconds before. You have seen it "being born."

Then before your eyes the bubble bursts. Now it no longer exists. You can't find any trace of it. But during this process you witnessed the entire "existence" of the bubble, from its birth to its death. That is the general concept of watching an object in vipassana.

In ultimate terms every phenomenon, such as a movement or a sound, arises, persists, and bursts like a bubble, all in the space of one moment. In the correct practice of insight meditation a student observes an object through all three of these phases.

For instance, say that a meditator was observing the abdominal movements. During one rise of the abdomen, the student would closely track the movement for its entire duration, from the beginning of the motion through to its end.

The attention should be equally alert during every phase of the motion. The rising movement has a beginning and end. (As does the falling movement.) It isn't enough just to notice the development in the middle. We should see the beginning— and end-points, too.

After the abdomen stops rising, it falls back. This movement is a new "bubble," so to speak, a new object, different from the rising motion. A student then watches the falling movement in all three phases: beginning, middle and end.

In truth, the rising-falling motions do not make a continuous loop. The abdomen must stop expanding for a split second before it begins to fall, before the exhalation begins. Think of the rising motion as the upward arc of a rock thrown in the air. On reaching the highest point, the rock stops for a split-second before dropping. Likewise, the abdomen has to stop expanding before falling back.

To stay in the present moment means that when the abdomen falls you aren't thinking about the last rising movement, since it has already disappeared. To think of it then would be to stray back to the past, to continue to dwell on an object that no longer existed.

When you are exhaling, where is the previous inhalation? It does not exist. It is only a memory, no longer a real, present-moment object. Then after a second or two the exhalation ends, and a new inhalation occurs. Now the exhalation is in the past and the new inhalation (that is, the new rising movement) is the present object.


The Four Foundations of Mindfulness

The Buddha identified four classes of objects suitable for cultivating insight: the body, feeling, consciousness, and dhamma-objects. These are called the "Four Foundations of Mindfulness."

Body objects refer to motion and posture; feeling objects include sensations of pain, pleasure, or neutrality. "Consciousness" refers to thoughts and the mental factors that color the mind, factors such as desire, delusion, mindfulness, etc.

The last category, dhamma objects, is a varied group that includes both mental and material phenomena. Dhamma objects include emotions such as lust, anger, sloth, restlessness and doubt (the "five hindrances" to meditation). This group also includes pleasant emotions such as joy. On the material side, dhamma objects refer to the five sense-impressions: sights, sounds, odors, touches and tastes.

In order to raise a building you need a foundation. With these four kinds of objects as material, you can build a strong foundation for mindfulness. Wisdom will arise automatically when the foundation is laid. The beauty of it is, you don't have to look for the construction materials. They are literally at hand, no further away than your own body and mind. But they have to be noted in the present moment to count toward the foundation. The foundations of mindfulness are described in detail in the Satipatthana Sutta, the insight meditator's "Bible."

The Rate of Reality

How long does it take a bolt of lightning to flash? An instant? Now chop that instant finer and finer, and you'll have some idea of the duration of the mind. Ultimately speaking, our experience is made up of individual cognitive moments that occur one after another. Mind and object flash into being and fizzle out together in fractions of a second. The speed of their birth and death is incredible. It is said that in the duration of a single lightning flash, millions of thought-moments occur.

In other words, although we tend to think of consciousness as an unbroken line stretching back to our birth, consciousness actually occurs as a series of separate, extremely brief cognitive events called "mind-moments." Each mind-moment disappears completely before the next one arises. The Buddha taught that nothing carries over from one instant to the next, not even a core called "soul" or "I."

However, because mind-moments arise and die so quickly we cannot see them individually. They blur into one continuous stream, just as the blades of a spinning fan seem to blur together. This is significant because the blurring of moment-to-moment experience creates the illusion of continuity and lastingness. This prevents us from perceiving the truth of impermanence.

Normally our mindfulness is too weak to keep up with the changes occurring from moment to moment. That's why we need to develop it by training the mind. In order to clearly see the impermanence of consciousness we need to make our mindfulness faster and stronger.

But how can we perceive something that's moving so fast? Even if we stared at a moving fan for many days we wouldn't know whether it had three or five blades, since we'd only see a blur of color. The solution would be to unplug the fan.

But unlike the fan, we can't slow the rate of ultimate phenomena for our convenience. It is set, absolute. Still, as observers, we can try to catch up. We can, so to speak, accelerate our own rate of observation. We can cultivate mindfulness until it is strong enough to glimpse ultimate phenomena in sufficient detail to know their characteristics.

Let's say that you're standing beside the freeway and someone drives past at seventy m.p.h. You would know that a car had passed, but the driver's face wouldn't be clear. The car would have zoomed by too quickly for you to catch any details. You then jump into your own car and follow the vehicle until you catch up with it, pulling into the lane beside. Now that you're traveling at the same speed you can see the other driver clearly, can make out the color of his eyes and hair.

When mindfulness is strong it "catches up to the car." Although in truth it is not entirely or primarily a consideration of time, when mindfulness is powerful it can see many of the lightning-quick changes of mind and body (even though it cannot catch the individual mind-moments; not, at least, until reaching the highest level of vipassana-knowledge). When this occurs, the three characteristics of impermanence, unsatisfactoriness, and impersonality become evident.

We might believe it is impossible to perceive such rapid changes. But the good news is that even one or two moments of seeing a phenomenon arise and pass away can change our lives if that perception is very clear.

When mindfulness and insight-knowledge become this strong, wisdom and other factors join in. The Buddhist suttas tell us that when all these mental factors come together, the mind, in a matter of moments, transcends nama and rupa. It is said that awareness touches something immune to change, an element free of all suffering. That experience is called "awakening" or "enlightenment."

But in order to make mindfulness fast or strong enough we have to train it first by slowing down— slowing down our actions, that is. That may sound paradoxical, but think of a piano student. In order to play like the wind in concert he has to spend months training with slow practice.

Just being aware in a general way is not enough if we want to see the impermanence of the mental stream. For that reason we practice a precise method called "moment-to-moment" mindfulness.

This refers to the step-by-step observation of body and mind, literally from one individual moment to the next. In walking meditation, for instance, each step is broken down into six separate movements, each constituting a separate "moment." Like splitting hairs, the meditator's awareness becomes more subtle and precise. He is able to see shorter and shorter moments very clearly. The more he practices, the more momentum mindfulness gathers, until it can "catch" and clearly see nama and rupa arising and passing away in the present moment.


The Juggler

The way of focusing on objects in vipassana meditation differs from that of tranquility (samatha) practice. Imagine a juggler. A juggler's focus is touch-and-go. The same is true in insight meditation. "Focus and forget it" is the motto. The student has to apply both halves of the maxim if he wants to get maximum benefit from practice.

The juggler has to focus in order to catch the ball. He has to know where to put his attention, and then keep his mind on that spot. While the next ball is coming toward him, he can't think about the last one. He'll fail if he's distracted by a noise or his gaze drifts away. The meditator, too, has to keep his attention in the present moment or he'll drop the ball— that is, become distracted from the meditation object.

Now for the "forget it" part: as soon as the juggler catches a ball he lets it go— otherwise how could he catch the next one? His attention doesn't stick. He keeps it moving, jumping from one object to the next. What kind of performer would pause to gaze at the ball he'd just caught, unwilling to surrender it because he liked the color? Likewise, as soon the meditator notes an object he should drop it, or he won't be able to catch the next phenomenon. His attention, although uninterrupted, doesn't cling to anything.

If the same object— a sound, say— appears again after being noted once, the meditator might observe it a second time then let it go again, and so on. He would note, "hearing … hearing … hearing …" in a sequence of moments, letting go after each one.

The Five Senses

The vipassana student should understand how to observe the five sense-impressions— sights, sounds, smells, touches and tastes— since these are the objects that most often trigger desire and hatred. The Malukyaputta Sutta says, "As phenomena are seen, heard, thought of, or known, just let them be as they are seen, heard, thought of, or known at that moment. When you see, just see; when you hear, just hear; when you think, just think; and when you know, just know" ("knowing" includes smelling, tasting and touching).

To let these phenomena be as they are "at that moment" means not to identify or describe them in any way. As soon as you see, hear, smell, taste, touch, think or know something, just be aware of the bare sensation. Don't add your good or bad mental description. And don't continue to think about the sight or sound after the initial moment of contact. New contacts from sense-objects keep occurring all the time. If you hang on to a past sensation you can't attend to the one happening in the present moment, since the mind can know only one object at a time.

When mindfulness and insight are strong they will be able, so to speak, to cut off the mental stream at a very early level. To see things as they are "at that moment" means to see them as they are prior to the act of naming them. Strong mindfulness can stop the mental flow at the point of receiving a bare phenomenon, before the mind tags the object with a name.

When you catch the sensation before the name appears, there won't be a feeling that it's good or bad. All formations will be regarded as essentially equal: neutral and without meaning, with no essential difference between a sound, feeling, or thought. That is the reality. It is the way things actually are. It is only the mental creations we impose on phenomena that assign them values as beautiful or ugly, pleasant or unpleasant.

The aim during meditation is to be aware only of the bare act of seeing, hearing, smelling, moving, thinking and so on. When you refrain from conceptualizing about an object, greed, hatred and delusion won't have a chance to spring up. Then you'll see that each sense-impression lasts only an instant before disappearing.

However, as a beginner or intermediate meditator you probably won't be able to "just see" or "just hear." You will still be aware of names, and the assumed values that haunt them. That's all right. Just don't focus on those conventional labels. Don't think, "Now I'm seeing a chair, hearing a bird, moving my foot." Instead it's just: seeing, hearing, moving. Let the conventional meanings be there, but ignore them. Don't be swayed by judgments of good or bad. At the same time, aim for the target of pure phenomena as much as you can. As clear comprehension grows you will find yourself more and more able to distinguish pure phenomenal reality from what is merely conceptual.


Separate Yourself

During insight meditation it is possible to make any phenomenon into an object of mindfulness instead of identifying with it. You can separate your self from the show of sensation that is continually arising and passing away. By doing this you protect the mind from suffering. It becomes apparent that thoughts, emotions and feelings are not in fact parts of the knower. Since they are actually impersonal objects, not the subject, you can turn the beam of awareness around and look at them as if they were "outside" of you.

So whenever you will feel that some phenomenon is inseparably part of the knower, is too close to observe because it is part of your self, turn your awareness around one-hundred-eighty degrees and observe that very thing. This is another way of saying, "don't become the object."

The more you progress in meditation, the more you'll run out of things in the "self" category; the more you will see that everything can be known, even the mind. And when you know an object with impartial awareness you are separate from it. You are not involved in it. You have taken your self out of it.

Ultimately speaking, even the mind is other, is impersonal because it doesn't follow our wishes. That is one meaning of nonself. We can keep turning awareness back onto itself to observe the knower more and more, one instant after the next. In this way mindfulness sweeps every form of distress out of the mind. Eventually, the suttas tell us, we will touch something beyond the conditioned world of mind and matter.

But normally we mistake objects— especially thoughts, emotions or feelings— for aspects of our selves. We think, "I'm sleepy" or, "I'm bored." Note the "I" here. It is a necessary convention of everyday speech. The problem is that we believe in the fictitious self that "I" denotes. The identification to self slides in almost invisibly. The mind, in a rapid sleight of hand, assumes boredom to be part of itself rather than an object to be observed.

If boredom, tiredness, or other mental states arise, turn the beam of awareness onto them and note "boredom" or "tiredness." Do not appropriate them as aspects of your self that somehow belong to you. Pull your awareness back from those objects and watch them to see what they're like, to see that such conditions arise momentarily only to disappear.

Since they arise and vanish so quickly, how could they be parts of a permanent self? When you disengage from the boredom, sleepiness, or anxiety, when you realize that it isn't intrinsically merged with the knower and instead make it into an object of awareness, everything changes.

If you can turn the beam of your awareness onto mental phenomena your mind will not get entangled with suffering. You can direct this beam of mindfulness toward anything. There is nothing that stands within the imaginary circle of self that cannot be made into an object. Whatever appears, you can mentally separate your awareness from it and look at it. If you keep this up, then, no matter what arises, mindfulness will be able to keep the mind free of attachment, agitation and distress.


Stop the Wheel

Although the benefits of mindfulness can be seen right in the present, it is only in the context of the Buddhist teaching of rebirth that the raison d'être for mindfulness practice becomes fully clear. In the ultimate sense, mindfulness is practiced with an eye toward improving, and eventually preventing, future lives.

Buddhism teaches that every being is reborn over and over again into various realms according to his actions. Until a person's mind is completely purified there is no end to the cycle. The ultimate goal of the Buddhist, and of vipassana practice, is release from this cycle of birth and death, release from the round of conditioned existence, called "samsara." It is possible for that release, called "Nibbana," to occur in the present lifetime if we can develop mindfulness and wisdom to a sufficient degree.

The Buddha taught that birth and death (and the time in between) always entail some degree of dukkha, unsatisfactoriness. Although we might be relatively happy now, existence is tainted at the most basic level because its components, mind and matter, are unstable and impermanent, continually arising and vanishing. Any satisfaction we might gain from them is temporary and tinged with fear about its loss. Even at its best, mundane happiness is a mix of pleasure and anxiety. Happiness and unhappiness are inseparable, just as the head of a coin is inseparable from the tail. As the Player King in Hamlet said, "Where joy most revels, grief doth most lament."

But the Buddha taught that the condition called "Nibbana," which transcends birth and death, is a superior, pure happiness, free of any tinge of anxiety. And it is permanent.

Although our lives might be relatively pleasant now, all beings, the Buddha said, have accumulated some degree of unwholesome kamma (karma) from past performance of harmful or unwise actions (including actions performed during previous lifetimes). Those past actions can give a result at any time. We cannot predict when. Because of this, there is always the possibility we might be reborn into an unpleasant state or have to endure painful conditions such as severe illness, destitution, etc., at some future time.

But in the absence of birth there is no danger. No suffering can occur. Lack of birth does not mean nothingness in the usual sense. It means the element called "Nibbana," the cessation of greed, hatred and delusion, which the Buddha called the highest happiness.

The practice of mindfulness ultimately stops the cycle of birth-death-rebirth. Desire and ignorance are the necessary conditions for rebirth. Mindfulness practice gradually washes desire, hatred and delusion from the mind. When delusion has been eliminated, rebirth cannot occur, and neither can suffering.


Digging Out the Root

External events are not the real causes of sorrow. They are just the branches. The root lies within us. The purpose of vipassana practice is to eliminate the root cause of suffering, not merely to make us feel good temporarily. But in order to pull out the root it will help to know how it came to be established.

The question is, how does suffering arise in the first place? Every form of suffering (even those that seem accidental) is the result of a process, a process generated in the mind. An example will show how dukkha (unsatisfactoriness) is generated by a cause and effect sequence, a sequence that hinges on our reactions to sights, sounds and so forth.

Let's say that you walk into a store and see a silver vase. Ultimately speaking, the bare cognitive reception of seeing is neither good nor bad. The color itself isn't pretty or ugly. But instead of stopping at that bare sensation of seeing your mind goes farther and adds the concept of beauty or ugliness.

Let's assume that in this case it adds the concept of beauty. Having perceived the sight as beautiful, you like and desire it. You keep thinking about it even after you leave the store, even when the image is no longer before you. The more you think about it, the more desire grows. Prompted by desire, the thought occurs to you to steal the vase.

In Buddhism, intentional thoughts are considered a form of action. The physical act of stealing the vase is also an action. Intentional mental, verbal and physical actions are called kamma (karma). Kamma always gives back a result to the one who performed it.

When these mental and physical actions— i.e., these kammas— are rooted in desire, hatred and delusion, they give an unpleasant result. This result takes the form of sensation: unpleasant sights, sounds, smells, tastes, tactile sensations or mental phenomena. Our various actions, when rooted in delusion, also result in rebirth. Reborn into samsara, the wheel of birth and death, one must endure various kinds of suffering.

But if we can stop the gears at any one point, the whole sequence will end. The causal machinery that binds us to birth and death will collapse. At what point can we stop the process? At the point between the initial contact with an object and the act of liking or disliking it. If we train ourselves to repeatedly, systematically know sense-impressions with impartial attention, instead of reacting with attraction or aversion, the process that generates suffering will stop. Then we will no longer have to experience unpleasant kamma-results.

But we have to make sure that we are observing nama and rupa, or bare sensation, instead of conventional named things. Such descriptions as "now my foot is moving," or "I'm watching my breath," are still on the level of names and labels. Those objects— "foot," "breath,"— are still conceptual, not actual. The actual in these examples is just motion itself. Ultimately speaking, there is no one— no person— moving. Nor is it a leg or an arm that is moving, only physical elements. That is rupa. The motion is not happening to you or inside of you. It is only appearing and disappearing, as it were, in space. If, during vipassana practice, you can avoid the mistake of observing conventional objects and instead know nama and rupa, you'll make steady progress toward the goal.

This is the "Middle Way," a way between the two extremes of desire and aversion. The trick is catch things early enough so as to experience only bare phenomena at the moment of contact instead of conventional, named Things. Then it is easy to let go of desire and aversion. Since bare phenomena, nama-rupa, are neither good nor bad, it is not possible to like or dislike them. If you see nama and rupa very clearly, you'll inevitably think, "What's the big deal? Why on earth did I ever cling to that?" When reality is seen as it actually is, attachment and aversion fall away naturally, without the need for intense struggle. By continuing to observe mind and matter impartially you will eventually cease to generate new kamma, thereby cutting off the mental process that results in suffering. At that point, it's said, the mind will experience the highest happiness.

This essay Copyright © 2006 - 2008 by Cynthia Thatcher

Source of Reference : http://www.vipassanadhura.com/whatis.htm


Further reading :

http://www.angelfire.com/electronic/awakening101/janas.html
http://www.angelfire.com/electronic/awaken...orption.html#N2

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HE8qPE3EPF4&feature=related

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http://www.mahamakuta.inet.co.th/english/b-way.html

http://www.what-buddha-taught.net/Books/Aj...ditation.htm#12 [AC Chah - a well respected Thai Forest Monk)

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RE : Ram Bahadur Bomjan : http://www.paldendorje.com/

Ram Bahadur Bomjon (Sanskrit: राम बहादुर बामजान) (born c. 9 April 1990, sometimes spelt Bomjan, Banjan, or Bamjan), and also known as Palden Dorje (his monastic name), is from Ratanapuri village, Bara district, Nepal and is believed to be enlightened. It has been claimed by some of his supporters that he is the reincarnation of the Buddha, but Ram himself has denied this. Many Buddhist practitioners agree that he could not be, as the Buddha has entered nirvana and cannot be reborn.
He drew thousands of visitors and media attention by spending months in meditation. Nicknamed the Buddha Boy, he began his meditation on 16 May 2005. He reportedly disappeared from the hollow tree where he had been meditating for months on 16 March 2006, but was found by some followers a week later. He told them he had left his meditation place, where large crowds had been watching him, "because there is no peace". He then went his own way and reappeared elsewhere in Nepal on 26 December 2006, but left again on 8 March 2007. On 26 March 2007, inspectors from the Area Police Post Nijgadh in Ratanapuri found Bomjon meditating inside a bunker-like ditch seven feet square.

On 10 November 2008, Bomjon reappeared in Ratanapuri and spoke to a group of devotees in the remote jungle.

Buddhist background

Bomjon is a member of the Tamang community, of which a majority practices Vajrayana Buddhism.[1]
Bomjon's story gained popularity because it resembled a legend from the Jataka Nidanakatha about Gautama Buddha's enlightenment, so much so that some devotees claimed Ram was the reincarnation of a Buddha. However, on 8 November 2005 Dorje arose and said, "Tell the people not to call me a Buddha. I don't have the Buddha's energy. I am at the level of a rimpoche." A rimpoche is a teacher, which indicates he believes he has achieved a significant amount. He said that he will need six more years of meditation before he may become a Buddha.
According to his followers, Bomjon may have reached the stage of a bodhisattva,[citation needed] a person on the path to attaining full enlightenment or buddhahood for the benefit of all sentient beings. According to the historical Buddha, Gautama Buddha, there were innumerable Buddhas before him and infinite Buddhas to come. Proponents also claim that Bomjon might also be Maitreya Bodhisattva, the predicted successor to the historical Buddha. Scholars doubt the claims of his supporters.[2] Mahiswor Raj Bajracharya, president of the Nepal Buddhist Council, has said, "We do not believe he is Buddha. He does not have Buddha's qualities".[2]
His mother's name is Maya Devi Tamang, the same first name as Buddha's mother. It is reported that his mother fainted when she found out that her son intended to meditate for an indefinite period.
Those who have called him the "reincarnation of Buddha" have been criticised. Gautama Buddha taught that after parinirvana there is no more rebirth, therefore it is impossible to be a "reincarnation of Buddha", but it is possible to be another Buddha, another who has attained, or will attain, enlightenment.

After about ten months of meditation, Bomjon went missing on 11 March 2006. He gave no explanation, and some believed he had been abducted. His followers theorized that he went deeper into the woods to look for a quieter place to meditate.[3] Police abandoned a search for him after the likelihood of foul play was eliminated. Suspecting money laundering, the authorities froze the bank account of the local committee managing the crowds, which had gathered more than Rs. 600,000, but they found no evidence.[4]
On 19 March, a group of Bomjon's followers met with him about 2 miles (3 kilometers) southwest of his meditation site. They say they spoke to him for thirty minutes, during which Bomjon said, "There is no peace here," and that he would return in six years, which would be in 2011 or 2012. He left a message for his parents telling them not to worry.[5][6]
On 25 December 2006, villagers in Bara district spotted Bomjon meditating. He was carrying a sword for protection in the jungle, reminding reporters that "Even Gautama Buddha had to protect himself," and claimed to have eaten nothing but herbs in the interim.[7] He reiterated his six year commitment to Buddhist devotion, and said he would allow people to come and observe him, as long as they remained at some distance and didn't bother him. When a reporter pointed out that pilgrims to his meditation site would be making donations in his name, he asked for the donations to not be abused or used for commercial purposes.[8] A new wave of visitors came to see him and pray at his new meditation spot.[9][10] On 8 March 2007 he left Bara district again to find a quieter place to meditate.[11]

On 26 March 2007, Inspector Rameshwor Yadav of the Area Police Post Nijgadh, found Bomjon inside a bunker-like ditch seven feet square. A police team under Yadav's command had gone to the place after word had spread of Bomjon meditating underground. "His face was clean and hair was combed well," Yadav said. According to him, the bunker had been cemented from all sides and fitted with a tiled roof. Indra Lama, a local deployed as Bomjon's caretaker since the beginning of his intensive meditation, said the bunker was prepared per Bomjon's request. "After granting audience a week ago, he expressed his desire to meditate inside the ground; so we built it," he said.[12]

On 2 August 2007, Bomjon addressed a large crowd in Hallori jungle in Bara district of southern Nepal. The Namo Buddha Tapoban Committee, which is devoted to looking after Bomjon, assembled the meeting. A notice about the boy's first-ever preaching was broadcast by a local FM radio station, and the committee also invited people by telephone. Around three thousand people gathered to listen to Bomjon's address. A video was made of the event.[13] According to Upendra Lamichhane, a blogger who wrote an article and took pictures of the meeting, Bomjon's message was, "The only way we can save this nation is through spirituality".[14] This was his speech:[15]
Murder, violence, greed, anger and temptation have made the human world a desperate place. A terrible storm has descended upon the human world, and this is carrying the world towards destruction. There is only one way to save the world and that is through dharma. When one doesn't walk the righteous path of spiritual practice, this desperate world will surely be destroyed. Therefore, follow the path of spirituality and spread this message to your fellows. Never put obstacles, anger and disbelief in the way of my meditation's mission. I am only showing you the way; you must seek it on your own. What I will be, what I will do, the coming days will reveal. Human salvation, the salvation of all living beings, and peace in the world are my goal and my path. "Namo Buddha sangaya, Namo Buddha sangaya, namo sangaya." I am contemplating on the release of this chaotic world from the ocean of emotion, on our detachment from anger and temptation, without straying from the path for even a moment, I am renouncing my own attachment to my life and my home forever. I am working to save all living beings. But in this undisciplined world, my life's practice is reduced to mere entertainment.
The practice and devotion of many Buddhas is directed at the world's betterment and happiness. It is essential, but very difficult, to understand that practice and devotion. But though it is easy to lead this ignorant existence, human beings don't understand that one day we must leave this uncertain world and go with the Lord of Death. Our long attachments with friends and family will dissolve into nothingness. We have to leave behind the wealth and property we have accumulated. What's the use of my happiness, when those who have loved me from the beginning, my mother, father, brothers, relatives are all unhappy? Therefore, to rescue all sentient beings, I have to be Buddha-mind, and emerge from my underground cave to do vajra meditation. To do this I have to realize the right path and knowledge, so do not disturb my practice. My practice detaches me from my body, my soul and this existence. In this situation there will be 72 goddess Kalis. Different gods will be present, along with the sounds of thunder and of "tangur", and all the celestial gods and goddesses will be doing puja (worship). So until I have sent a message, do not come here, and please explain this to others. Spread spiritual knowledge and spiritual messages throughout the world. Spread the message of world peace to all. Seek a righteous path and wisdom will be yours.
Second Speech Excerpt: Video of Speech
"Prayers of Kunchu Suma - message of peace for all living creatures and for the spiritual prosperity of humankind. Salutations to all spiritual seekers, saints, religions and all organizations. After I was commanded by the spirit to save and uplift humankind and the creatures of the world, I have abided by the promise to save the ephemeral world from the ocean of emotions and to free the world from the worldly sins. I have been contemplating single-mindedly(Dhyana) to free humankind and all living creatures. All sentinent beings want to get freed from wordly sorrows and pains. But by birth, they are not equipped as humankind to seek after spirituality and get freed. They are also praying to God(the source/spirit). They are happy to be in this world. Humankind are creating traditions that will destroy the entire humanity and living creatures. In the name of religion, killings, violence, anger, jealousy and divisions are being promoted. There is only one source; the spirit has one form; the souls of all humans are the same, only the tradition and customs are different. Always embrace the path of mercy, compassion, non-violence, peace; this is the message I want to convey to our society and to all the citizens of the world. True spirituality, the true human spirit, will always search for truth. The search for truth is the only beneficial way of humans. Despite the existence of thousands of paths, chaos, greed, attachment, anger and jealousy have imprisoned our society and humankind. In this way the world is heading towards destruction. So, it is high time that the citizens of the world must think about it. Humans should never forget their ultimate spiritual duty and their society. Refrain from killings, violence, greed, jealousy, attachments and evil character. Shed the tears of mercy and compassion; show to the world the way of salvation. After we die it is extremely difficult to get back a human life. Everyone thinks that we don't reincarnate after death. No, we receive a human life due to our virtuous work. We earn the fruits due to the merits of our work. Now the world is governed by three forms. The first form is greed; the second form is anger; third form is attachment and jealousy that are ruling this world. May all the religious traditions change. All the religious people need to first find the Truth, and by cultivating mercy, compassion, non-violence, and peace in their hearts, they need to beautify the world with the way of salvation. I will continue to contemplate and meditate for the salvation of living beings by being focused in my path of wisdom until I find the ultimate form of enlightenment, the Samyak Sambodhi. Salute to the ultimate form of enlightenment and may peace be with everyone."
[edit]Feats of inedia

See also: Inedia
An average human being who stops drinking will die of dehydration in three to four days.[citation needed] According to the Guinness Book of Records the longest time a human has survived without water is 18 days. Bomjon, on the other hand, does not appear to break his meditation to eat or drink.
Bomjon was observed not to leave the tree at least during the daytime, but nobody was allowed to approach him too closely. Between 5:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m. nobody was allowed to see him, and a screen was erected for that purpose. Many people speculated that he ate and drank water during that time.
Some supporters believe that discussions of inedia are irrelevant, and that the ability to sit nearly motionless in the same position day after day, with no regard for extremes of weather including a cold winter and a monsoon season, is notable. For example, American writer George Saunders visited Bomjon and observed him through a single night, and was impressed by Bomjon's perfectly still stature, even during an evening climate that seemed unbearably cold to the much better clothed journalist.[16]
In December 2005, a nine-member government committee led by Gunjaman Lama watched Bomjon carefully for 48 hours and observed him not to take any food or water during that time. A video recording was also made of this test. However, they were unable to approach closer than 3 meters or take readings of his vital signs.[17] The Nepalese government planned a more careful scientific study, but the plan was never carried out.
In 2006, Discovery Channel showed a 45-minute documentary titled The Boy With Divine Powers. One of the aims was to establish whether Ram was indeed abstaining from all sustenance, water included, by filming him continuously for four days and nights. On their first attempt, in January 2006, the film crew was required to stay outside a guarded barbed-wire fence, and their camera's infrared capabilities did not pick up evidence of a body at the base of the tree where Bomjon sat during their non-stop recording. On a second attempt a few weeks later, however, the film crew was able to film Ram continuously for 96 hours, day and night, during which time he did not change his position and did not drink any fluids or eat any food. As Discovery Channel's commentator concluded: "After 96 hours of filming, Ram has defied modern science by continuing his meditation and remaining alive." According to scientists on the documentary, an average person would be expected to die from kidney failure after four days without drinking any fluids (although cases of inedia lasting for a whole week have been observed and the recorded Guinness World Record of inedia is eighteen days). The boy showed no signs of classical physical deterioration caused by dehydration. A close inspection by the film crew of the area around the tree where Ram was sitting revealed no hidden food supply or water pipes.
Min Bahadur Shakya of the Nagarjuna Institute of Exact Methods in Kathmandu stated in 2008 that Buddhist priests have yet to investigate Ram.[18]
[edit]Reappearance in Ratanpuri jungle

On 10 November 2008, Bomjon reappeared and gave blessings to approximately 400,000 pilgrims over a 12-day period in the remote jungle of Ratanpuri, 150 km (95 miles) southeast of Kathmandu, near Nijgadh. His hair was shoulder-length and his body was wrapped in a white cloth. He made two speeches in which he urged people to recognize the compassion in their hearts, and their connection to one another through the all-encompassing soul.[19] His devotees believe he attained enlightenment at Bodh Gaya in Bihar, which borders Nepal – the place where Siddartha Gautama attained enlightenment.[20][21]
[edit]Non-appearance in 2009 at the Gadhi Mai Mela

Palden Dorje planned to give blessings on 18–23 November 2009 at the site of the Gadhi Mai Mela, a Nepalese religious festival where hundreds of thousands of animals are sacrificed, something he has strongly condemned. However, for security reasons priests were unwilling to allot a space for him. On 30 October 2009 he spoke out in public against the approaching Ghadi Mai killings.
[edit]See also

Buddhism
List of Buddha claimants
[edit]References

Source of Reference : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ram_Bahadur_Bomjon

Other sites :

http://rltruthseeker-artist.gaia.com/blog/...-aka-buddha-boy

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2tDEi_bOxYQ&feature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MWnJlNMZgoA&feature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=__RX0rPhywo&feature=related

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ROlsMvvaMnM&feature=related

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In Documented in Discovery Channel (very interesting)

1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v29clGMWU84&feature=related
2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ndg_6eajjNM&feature=related
3 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wGMwa4yZLL4&feature=related
4 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wzNAZE2gaBY&feature=related
5 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cSKBYaVlYKU&feature=related

Buddha Boy Uncovered: Secret Techniques : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GVoLvLXRILg&feature=related



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MEKASIT 1,999
WHITE GOLD 2,999
SUMRIT – 3,999

This is kamakan/director moud - huatoh phim(Big Head) Nawa With Siliver Mask (made 999 pieces) and this piece carry no.566

http://www.yuyen.net/index.php?lay=show&ac...le&Id=539120432

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Luang Pu Thuad LangNangSer Phim Yai Roon Sao 5 Mahasetti (หลวงปู่ทวด รุ่น เสาร์ ๕ สิทธิโชค) Chok Nur Ngerng Na ThongKarm B.E.2553 (599 pcs made). by LP Kaew, Wat Huay Ngor (พ่อท่านเขียว วัดห้วยเงาะ)

LP Tuad siliver with gold mask (599 pieces) 2553. This phim is located at second role, third one on the picture. PREMIUM This silver with Gold Mask Phim was sold out before it was out from the temple. One of the must have collector item.

http://s.lowyat.net/uploads//attach-88/pos...-1267586453.jpg

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http://s.lowyat.net/uploads//attach-88/pos...-1267586606.jpg (please refer to :first role, third amulet)

http://redhillamuletcollection.blogspot.co...han%20Keiw%20II

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Phra Buddha Chinarat,Wat Nok with a relic at the back

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New Takrut Collection (6 inches)- LP Surasat, Wat PraDoo (BA TU)


Purposes : superb power of protection, prosperity, harmony, avoiding negative influences or chi, black magic, winning over business competition.

http://jimatthailand.blogspot.com/search/l...%20WAT%20PRADUU

http://thaiamulets-dhammapath.blogspot.com...akrut-maha.html

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LP Tuad (tauli) Silver (Nur Ngerng) Wat Phutthathiwat, Betong Yala 95110, Thailand (Southern Thailand - near Pengkalan Hulu, Malaysia) - one of new collection

Silver version made only 99 piece only

[NOT FOR SALE]

http://www.freewebs.com/simplybuy2/betonglpthuad.htm

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LP Ngern " Pim Niyom" (Mongkol Maharat Batch) (Made of Silver "Nur Ngerng " material) 2551/2552 Wat BangKlaan, Pijit province. HRH Princess Soamsavali presided the consecretion ceremonies at both Wat Bowonniwet Viharn (Bangkok) and Wat Bang Klaan in Pichit province. mass chanted by:


Luang Phor Phra Phromuni,
Luang Phor Peradeth,Wat Bawon,
Luang Phor Sarid,Wat Bangklan,
Luang Phor Foo,Wat Barngsamak,
Luang Phor Ruay,Wat Tagoh

[NOT FOR SALE - super rare - never see anyone offer for rent/sale on internet] PREMIUM

http://www.siristore.com/Products/51_Nguen51_1.asp

KATHA


LP Ngerm, Wat Bangklan, Pichit

Aka-adhi Adhi-aka
Thi-ah ka-ah
Vandāmi ācāri pañca hirañña
Nāma kamthiram
Siddhi kantam mahā tejam
Siddhi mantam va sadāram


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LP Tuad LangNangSer Phim 'Sao 5 Sitthichoke' ( " เสาร์5 มหาสิทธิโชค ") - Kamakan set with Kring- Nawak with Silver Mask 2553 (VERY RARE), LP Kaew Wat Hui Ngor -200 pieces (Phim Yai & Phim Lek). Mass Chanted at Wat Chianghai, Wat HuayNgor and Wat Samphaochey.

[NOT FOR SALE] PREMIUM

http://redhillamuletcollection.blogspot.co...han%20Keiw%20II

http://market.onlineoops.com/5098

http://s608.photobucket.com/albums/tt170/j...0Wat%20HuiNgor/

KATHA

Namo Bodhisatto Aganatimaya Iti Bhagava x3
Padam Rajamuni Samiramam Aradhanam Saranam Agacchami x3
Namo Bodhisatto Rajamuni Samiramo Mahapunno Anubhavena Me Rakkhantu x3

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Luang Pu Thuad Lang Tauli Nur Ngerng Boran Roon Sao 5 Mahasetti Chok Luang Phor Keiw Wat Huai Ngor B.E.2553 (KAMAKAM SET) made 199 pieces. LP Kaew is currenly 93 years (BE 2553). The purpose and objective of this batch is for Building a Big LP Tuad statue which is currently under construction. The Ancient Casting phim of LP Tuad, followed AC Thim 2547 was made in side the Temple of Wat Hui Ngor.

[NOT FOR SALE/FOR DISPLAY ONLY] - PREMIUM

See yourself for the material used : http://forum.uamulet.com/view_topic.aspx?bid=4&qid=35054

Sample of kamakan siliver tauli : http://forum.uamulet.com/view_topic.aspx?bid=4&qid=35689

Chanting ceremony :

http://forum.uamulet.com/view_topic.aspx?bid=4&qid=35401

http://my.uamulet.com/BlogDetail.aspx?ID=62

http://s608.photobucket.com/albums/tt170/j...0Wat%20HuiNgor/

KATHA OF LP KAEW - WAT HUI NGOR

Katha for good business & wealth
Om Na Ma Meema Na Ne Nu Ni Na Sawaha Sawahom. (7x)
Katha for protection
Tum A Tum Ya Pu Sa A Su Pu Sa Pa Pu Tum Tum Tum.
Katha for Metta
Or Ah Saneha Manud Sajitti Or Ah Saneha Manud Sajittang
Or Ah Mulapalang Or Ah Putta Nama Mihang.

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Luang Pu Thuad LangTauli Nur Nawat Boran Roon Sao 5 Mahasetti chok Luang Phor Keiw Wat Huai Ngor B.E.2553 (199 pieces made), Kamakam Set of two pieces (big & small) of Ancient Casting -followed Ac Tim Phim of LP Tuad 2547 BE and this phim was made in the temple .



[NOT FOR SALE/FOR DISPLAY ONLY] - PREMIUM

http://s608.photobucket.com/albums/tt170/j...0Wat%20HuiNgor/

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Phra Kring (Bronze Material) by LP Kaew Wat Hui Ngor 2553 [made 3,999 pieces]

[NOT FOR SALE]

http://ahrex-thai-amulets.blogspot.com/sea...20-%20Lp%20Keow

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Luang Pu Thuad LangTauli Nur (Mekasi/Green Coper/สำริดเขียว) Roon Sao 5 Mahasetti Chok Luang Phor Keiw Wat Huai Ngor B.E.2553 (2999 pcs made) with Ancient Casting.



REMARK: VERY NICE & SHINING

NOT FOR SALE

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Ven. LP Boon Kerd/Gert Wat Khao/Kow Din, Chainat province - Jumbo Locket BE 2552 (new collection). Ven. LP Boon Kerd is of Ven. LP Gop (LP Kob) lineage ( refer to locket on the left, the photo of Ven. LP Gop is at top left corner, Ven. LP Obasi/ Opasee/Ophasi is at top right corner and Ven. LP Boon Kerd at the centerLuang Phor. ). He is direct disciple of Ven. LP Obasi/Opasee/Ophasi ( refer to photo of locket on the right.) . The back of the real amulet is very nice with those semi transparent relics and heavy in weight together with nice fragrant.

LP BoonGert of Wat KowDin, ChaiNat province was born in 1932. LP BoonGert was ordained at the age of 20. He has been an expert of concentration of mindfulness in Buddhism way. He commenced studies in Visha(magic) and the art of making efficacious amulets from LP Gob of Wat KowSaRiGar and LP OhPaSi of Wat LuangPhoOhPaSi. Both were Guru Monks in Thailand and popular for their knowledge in both holy Dharma and Visha. LP BoonGert eats only one meal in the morning. He can contact and communicate with all spirits, Devas and etc.

[ลพ.เกิด วัดเขาดิน จ.ชัยนาท]



[NOT FOR SALE/DISPLAY ONLY] - MADE 99 PIECES ONLY - PREMIUM-made 99 pieces only

The Katha for this Amulet is:

Satta Theva Manussanang Buddho Bhagavati Ma A U

Ref : http://saengthai.org/?p=1228

Short write up on Luang Por Ophasi

http://www.dharmathai.com/forum/index.php?topic=67.0

http://www.thai-amulets.com/Monks_Detail.aspx?mid=52




http://watkhaolang.blogspot.com/2009_10_01_archive.html

http://www.watkositaram.com/forum/index.php?topic=11006.0

หลวงพ่อเกิด วัดเขาดิน
ในอดีตย้อนไปซัก 40-50 ปีในแถบหนองมะโมงนี้ค่อนข้างจะทุรกันดาร หรือแทบจะเรียกได้ว่าเป็นพื้นที่ไกลปืนเที่ยง ด้วยสภาพพื้นที่ที่ชุกชุมไปด้วยชุมโจรปล้นวัวปล้นควายประกอบกับเป็นพื้นที่ห่างไกลความเจริญ ไกลหมอ ไกลเจ้าหน้าที่บ้านเมือง สิ่งหนึ่งที่ถือได้ว่าเป็นที่พึ่งในยามตกทุกข์ได้ยากของคนทุกชนทุกชั้นในละแวกนั้นไม่ว่าจะเรื่องเจ็บป่วย ผีเข้าเจ้าสิง ถูกกระทำย่ำยี ฝนฟ้าไม่ตกต้องตามฤดูกาล วัวหายควายพลัด มีเหตุลักขโมย ถูกประทุษร้าย และอีกหลากหลายปัญหานานับประการ ที่ชาวบ้านต้องการที่อาศัยพึ่งพิง ผิสำคัญบุคคลผู้นั้นมิใช่อินทร์ พรหม ยม ยักษ์ หรือผู้มียศถาบรรดาศักดิ์มาจากไหน แต่กลับเป็นพระภิกษุรูปหนึ่งซึ่งมีปฏิปทาเคร่งครัดน่าเลื่อมใสและมีวิทยาบารมี พอเป็นที่ผ่อนปรนบรรเทาทุกข์โศกสงเคราะห์สังคมโลกให้ร่มเย็นเป็นสุขได้ ภิกษุรูปนั้นชาวบ้านคุ้นปากกันในนาม “หลวงพ่อเกิด”

หลวงพ่อเกิด หรือพระครูอุดมชัยกิจ เจ้าอาวาสวัดเขาดิน ต.หนองมะโมง อ.หนองมะโมง จ.ชัยนาท นามเดิม บุญเกิด จันทรา เป็นบุตรของนายกรม จันทรา นางสี จันทรา เกิดเมื่อวันที่ ๔ธันวาคม พ.ศ.๒๔๗๕ ณ บ้านเขาดิน ต.หนองมะโมง อ.หนองมะโมง จ.ชัยนาท อุปสมบทเมื่อ วันที่ ๕ ธ.ค. พ.ศ.๒๔๙๕ ณ พัทธสีมาวัดเขาดิน โดยมีพระครูสิงหชัยสิทธิ์(ฉะอ้อน) วัดพาณิชย์ ต.วัดสิงห์ อ.วัดสิงห์ จ.ชัยนาท เป็นพระอุปัชฌาย์ พระอธิการสมทบ วัดศรีสโมสร ต.กุดจอก อ.วัดสิงห์ จ.ชัยนาท เป็นพระกรรมวาจาจารย์ พระอธิการบรรจง วัดเขาดิน ต.หนองมะโมง อ.วัดสิงห์ จ.ชัยนาท เป็นพระอนุสาวนาจารย์ ได้รับฉายาว่า “ปัณฑิโตภิกขุ” หมายถึง “ผู้เป็นบัณฑิตมีปัญญาฉลาดรอบรู้”
ในปี 2495 หลังจากอุปสมบทแล้วได้จำพรรษาฉลองศรัทธาโยมบิดา โยมมารดา ณ วัดเขาดิน ประจวบเหมาะกับในปีนั้นนั่นเองท่านเจ้าขุนวาปินทร์ (หรือเจ้าขุนน้อยแห่งบ้านหนองขุ่น)ศิษย์ฆราวาสก้นกุฏิรุ่นอาวุโสของหลวงปู่ศุขอีกท่านหนึ่ง ได้ถือเอาฤกษ์วัน 5 เดือน 5 ขึ้น 5 ค่ำจัดเป็นพิธีไหว้ครูเสาร์ 5 ขึ้น นับว่าเป็นพิธีไหว้ครูครั้งยิ่งใหญ่กว่าพิธีไหว้ครูครั้งอื่นๆ ในงานไหว้ครูครั้งนี้เจ้าขุนวาปินทร์ได้เปิดโอกาสถ่ายทอดและประสิทธิ์ประสาทเวทวิทยาอาคมให้แก่เหล่าศิษย์ด้วยตัวท่านเอง ใครสนใจในด้านใดก็เลือกเรียนเอาตามวาสนาบารมีและจะต้องทำให้เห็นผลในวันนั้น มีทั้งวิชาเสกหุ่นชกกัน เสกข้าวสารให้เป็นกุ้ง เสกเป่าผงให้เป็นนะปัดตลอด สารพัดวิชาที่เจ้าขุนท่านทำสำเร็จชำนาญแล้ว ส่วนหลวงพ่อท่านเห็นว่าเรียนวิชาที่สามารถช่วยผู้อื่นได้จะเป็นประโยชน์กว่าท่านจึงเลือกเรียนวิชาแก้วิชาถอนวิชาป้องกันรักษา และถือได้ว่าเป็นหนึ่งเดียวในวันนั้นที่ได้รับการประสิทธิ์ประสาทวิชาเฑาะว์มหาวิเศษ และวิชาแก้พิษหมาบ้าจากท่านเจ้าขุนโดยตรง
ในปี 2496 ท่านจึงไปศึกษาพระปริยัติธรรมและกรรมฐานเบื้องต้นในสำนักวัดสิงห์ในสมัยที่พระครูฉะอ้อนองค์อุปัฌชาย์เป็นเจ้าสำนัก พระครูฉะอ้อนท่านนี้เป็นเถระผู้ใหญ่รูปหนึ่งซึ่งเป็นศิษย์ใกล้ชิดกับองค์หลวงปู่ศุข แห่งวัดปากคคลองมะขามเฒ่าและพระครูฉะอ้อนท่านนี้แหละที่เป็นแม่งานใหญ่ในการจัดการงานศพหลวงปู่ศุข ด้วยความใกล้ชิดทั้งพระครูฉะอ้อนและอาจารย์ฆราวาสอีกหลายท่านที่เป็นศิษย์สายตรงในองค์หลวงปู่ศุข ประกอบกับความใฝ่รู้ หลวงพ่อท่านจึงได้ซึมซับศึกษาสรรพวิทยาการในสายหลวงปู่มาพอสมควร ทั้งวิชาปรอท จากหมอยาเฒ่า วิชาเสกขี้ผึ้ง อาจารย์ของท่านเสกขี้ผึ้งบนมือให้เป็นน้ำได้อย่างอัศจรรย์ ท่านจึงได้เรียนรู้หลักในการใช้ธาตุ ตั้งธาตุต่างๆ นอกจากนี้ยังมีสรรพวิชาและเคล็ดคาถาอีกบางบท ที่ท่านได้ตั้งแต่ในพรรษาต้นๆ อย่างเช่นการทดลองวิชาหายตัว โดยเขียนอักขระลงบาตรแล้วบริกรรม ปรากฏว่าเช้าวันนั้นชาวบ้านใส่บาตรข้ามท่านไปหมด สร้างความประหลาดใจแก่หมู่เพื่อนภิกษุที่ร่วมออกภิกขาจาร
ปี 2497 ได้ไปศึกษาวิชา 12 ภาษากับ อ.เฉลิม คราวเดียวกันกับหลวงปู่พิมพา วัดหนองตางู จ.นครสวรรค์ วิชา 12 ภาษานี้เป็นวิชานี้ว่ากันว่าผู้ทำสำเร็จจะสามารถทำสมาธิจิตให้ไปสัมผัสกับภพภูมิจิตในระดับต่างๆทั้ง 31 ภูมิได้ แม้ในภูมิมนุษย์เองก็สามารถฟังและสื่อสารกับภาษาอื่นๆได้ตามใจปารถนา
ปี 2498 ได้พบกับ อาจารย์ชื้นศิษย์ฆราวาสคนสำคัญอีกท่านหนึ่งที่สืบสานกรรมฐานสายหลวงพ่อเขาสาลิกา ภายหลังได้บวชและรู้จักกันในนามหลวงพ่อชื้น วัดเขาพลอง หลวงพ่อเกิดได้ศึกษากับท่านอาจารย์ชื้นตั้งแต่อาจารย์ชื้นยังดำรงเพศเป็นฆราวาส และอาจารย์ชื้นท่านนี้เองเป็นผู้เชื้อเชิญให้ท่านได้ไปนมัสการหลวงพ่อเขาสาลิกาที่สำนักเขาสาลิกาท่านเล่าว่าหลวงพ่อเขาสาลิกาท่านไม่พูด ท่านจุดเทียนตั้งไว้ 6 เล่มแล้วใช้มือดับทีละเล่มจนเหลือเทียนเล่มเดียวท่านจึงหยิบเทียนเล่มนั้นขึ้นมานั่งเพ่งเท่านั้น ท่านว่าเป็นปริศนาธรรมเกี่ยวกับการสอนเรื่องอายตนะ ผัสสะ การแยกรูป –นาม แยกกองกรรมฐานจนถึงขั้นกายละเอียด
ปี 2499– 2500 ออกจาริกธุดงค์ปลีกวิเวกกระทำความเพียรทางจิต ขึ้นไปทางนครสวรรค์โดยมุ่งหน้าไปทางเหนือ
ปี 2501-2506 กลับมาเยี่ยมโยมบิดามารดาและออกธุดงค์ต่อจนกระทั่งกลับมาพบสถานที่สัปปายะเหมาะแก่การปฏิบัติและมีนิมิตมหัศจรรย์ให้ต้องจำพรรษาและถือได้ว่าเป็นภิกษุรูปแรกที่เปิดถ้ำเขาตะพาบ จ.อุทัยธานีในถ้ำแห่งนี้หลวงพ่อพบกับความมหัศจรรย์ในโลกวิญญาณมากมายโดยเฉพาะเรื่องพระธาตุ
ในระหว่างนั้นท่านได้ไปเชิญพระธาตุที่เขาบางแกรกและได้พบกับ หลวงพ่อปะขาวหายพระผู้ทรงอภิญญาอีกรูปหนึ่งที่ชาวบ้านในละแวกนั้นพบเห็นมาช้านาน แต่ก็ไม่มีใครรู้ว่าท่านเป็นใครมาจากไหน รุ่งเช้าท่านก็มาปรากฏในรูปของพระภิกษุห่มผ้าสีกรักบ้าง บางคราวก็นุ่งขาวห่มขาวแบบชีปะขาวบ้าง ชาวบ้านแปลกใจจึงได้พยามสะกดรอยตามพอถึงริมลำน้ำชาวบ้านก็แอบดูปรากฎว่าเผลอแผลบเดียวหลวงพ่อท่านข้ามไปฝั่งโน้นได้ในพริบตาชาวบ้านจึงเรียกกันว่าหลวงพ่อชีปะขาวหาย
ปี 2507 ชาวบ้านและบรรดาญาติโยมจึงได้ร่วมใจนิมนต์ท่านมาจำพรรษา ณ วัดเขาดินท่านจึงได้ทำการปกครองวัดเขาดินตั้งแต่นั้นสืบมาจนถึงปัจจุบันและนับได้ว่าเป็นเจ้าอาวาสรูปแรกที่ดำรงตำแหน่งได้นานที่สุด เนื่องจากก่อนหน้านั้นเจ้าอาวาสแต่ละรูปล้วนมีเหตุให้สึกหาลาเพศไปด้วยเหตุต่างๆ ว่ากันว่าเจ้าเขาแห่งนี้แรงนักแต่ท่านก็แสดงให้เห็นเป็นประจักษ์ว่าท่านสามารถปกครองได้ทั้งรูป-นาม จนกระทั่งก่อให้เกิดความเจริญตราบเท่าปัจจุบัน
- ส่วนสมเด็จอกร่องหูบายศรีฐาน 9 ชั้นด้านหลังตอกยันต์เฑาะว์และอักษรจารึกว่า ที่ระลึก วัดเขาดิน รุ่นนี้ในหมู่ศิย์เรียกว่ารุ่นกอข้าวครับเนื่องจากชาวนาเผาซังข้าวแล้วปรากฎว่าเหลือกอข้าวอยู่กอหนึ่งไม่ไหม้ไฟ พอแหวกดูจึงพบว่ามีพระสมเด็จหลวงพ่อรุ่นนี้ตกอยู่กลางกอจึงเป็นที่มาของชื่อรุ่นครับอีกประสบการณ์ที่ได้ยินก็คือชาวบ้านบ้านกุดจอกลืมชื่อครับถ้าจำไม่ผิดน่าจะเป็นกำนันหรืออย่างไรไม่แน่ใจครับเขาทดลองยิงดูด้วยปืนลูกโม่ปรากฎว่ายิงกันจนหมดโม่ไม่มีออกเลยครับคนทดลองรีบมาขอขมาหลวงพ่อ หลวงพ่อท่านหัวเราะไม่ได้แสดงอาการติดใจแต่อย่างไรและก็ไม่ได้โอ้อวดสรรพคุณบอกแต่เพียงว่า เทวดาเขารักษาดี
- เหรียญหล่อเนื้อชินตะกั่วด้านหน้าท่านถอดพิมพ์มาจากเหรียญหล่อ 2 หน้าของหลวงปู่ศุขซึ่งด้านหลังจะเป็นรูปหลวงพ่อคง บางกะพี้ แต่ของหลวงพ่อเกิด จะจารึกด้านหลังจารึกยันเฑาะว์ตำรับหลวงปู่ศุขที่ท่านสืบทอดมาจากเจ้าขุนวาปินทร์ปรีชา และขนาบด้วยพุทโธขึ้นยอดอุณาโลมทั้งสองข้าง ด้านล่างระบุว่า ปัณฑิโตภิกขุ ไว้เป็นสัญลักษณ์ถือว่าเป็นเหรียญหล่อรูปท่านรุ่นแรกของท่านครับสร้างพร้อมกันกับเหรียญพระพรหมสี่เหลี่ยมข้าวหลามตัดในปี 2511


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(Phra Kring Narai Plik Pandin - LP Tuad 'Sao 5 Sitthichoke - LP Kiew, Wat Huay Ngor) -Serial No.59

This is a siliver Phra Kring Narai Plik Pandin by LP Kaew, Wat Hui Ngor 2553 (made 599 pieces)

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The LP Tuad - Back Por Than Kiew "Baramee 81" Batch BE 2552 (The Official Launch Date - Around July 22, 2009)

The LP Tuad Oval Mai-malai - Back LP Kaew (Nawak with Silver Mask) - 681 pieces only

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The LP Tuad Oval Mai-malai - Back LP Kiew
Gold :181
Pink Gold :81
Silver with Gold Mask :581
Silver :981
Nawa with Gold Mask :681
Nawa with Silver Mask :681
Nawa :1981
Alpaga :2981
Brass :4981
Black Copper :4981
Copper :9981

http://www.g-pra.com/information/show.php?...ry=info8&No=410

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The LP Tuad - Back Por Than Kiew "Baramee 81" Batch 2552 BE (The Official Launch Date - Around July 22, 2009)

The LP Tuad Sema Na Luern - Back LP Kiew (RED LOYAR) - 381 pieces only

[NOT FOR SALE] PREMIUM

The LP Tuad Sema Na Luern - Back LP Kaew
Composition :
Gold : 281
Pink Gold :181
Silver Colour Painted with Gold Mask :381
Silver with Gold Mask :381
Silver with Red Colour Painted :381
Silver with Blue Colour Painted :381
Silver with Yellow Colour Painted :381
Silver Thai Flag :1,200
Silver :981
Nawa :1,981
Alpaga :2,981
Copper with Silver Kalai :2,981
Copper with Gold Kalai :2,981
Brass :4,981
Black Copper :4,981
Copper :9,981

http://www.g-pra.com/information/show.php?...ry=info8&No=410

http://pitchai-koon.blogspot.com/search/la...t%20Huai%20Ngor

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The LP Tuad - Back Por Than Kiew "Baramee 81" Batch BE 2552 [พิมพ์หน้าเลื่อน รุ่น บารมี 81] (The Official Launch Date - Around July 22, 2009)

The LP Tuad Sema Na Luern - Back LP Kiew : Blue lor yar - 381 pieces only


[NOT FOR SALE] PREMIUM

The LP Tuad Sema Na Luern - Back LP Kaew
Composition :
Gold : 281
Pink Gold :181
Silver Colour Painted with Gold Mask :381
Silver with Gold Mask :381
Silver with Red Colour Painted :381
Silver with Blue Colour Painted :381
Silver with Yellow Colour Painted :381
Silver Thai Flag :1,200
Silver :981
Nawa :1,981
Alpaga :2,981
Copper with Silver Kalai :2,981
Copper with Gold Kalai :2,981
Brass :4,981
Black Copper :4,981
Copper :9,981

http://www.g-pra.com/information/show.php?...ry=info8&No=410

http://pitchai-koon.blogspot.com/search/la...t%20Huai%20Ngor

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The LP Tuad - Back Por Than Kiew "Baramee 81" Batch 2552 BE (The Official Launch Date - Around July 22, 2009)

The LP Tuad Sema Na Luern - Back LP Kiew : Yellor lor yar - 381 pieces only

[NOT FOR SALE] PREMIUM



The LP Tuad Sema Na Luern - Back LP Kaew
Composition :
Gold : 281
Pink Gold :181
Silver Colour Painted with Gold Mask :381
Silver with Gold Mask :381
Silver with Red Colour Painted :381
Silver with Blue Colour Painted :381
Silver with Yellow Colour Painted :381
Silver Thai Flag :1,200
Silver :981
Nawa :1,981
Alpaga :2,981
Copper with Silver Kalai :2,981
Copper with Gold Kalai :2,981
Brass :4,981
Black Copper :4,981
Copper :9,981

http://www.g-pra.com/information/show.php?...ry=info8&No=410

http://www.amuletgame.com/index.php?lay=sh...2884&pid=163959

http://pitchai-koon.blogspot.com/search/la...t%20Huai%20Ngor

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Please pm me the price for LP Pae Somdej and Wat Arun Phra Kring ( real gold ? ).

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Please pm me the price for LP Pae Somdej and Wat Arun Phra Kring ( real gold ? ).

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hi Andy, those amulets here are not for rent. Thanks you. For the Lp Pae, Somdej i feel brother Selipo would be able to assist you.

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LP Tuad (Silver -499 pieces) Tauli by Lp.Daeng of Wat Rai (Towreed rangpuen- Gunphai53 Lungkasuka Amulet series) 2553 out fr temple on 25 May, 2553 BE (2010)

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LP Daeng was born in B.E. 2512 (C.E. 1969) in Pattani. He has been interested in magic since he was a child. After he got ordained, he learnt magic from LP Sook of Wat Mujarintawapi Wihan, a famous guru monk. Soon, LP Daeng became an expert in magic. Then LP Daeng began making amulets and gave them to people, fishermen. They said amulet from LP Daeng was good made them safe and catch many fish. After that, he began making Takrut using a bullet cartridge (called “Takrut Look Puen). With strong protection power, this kind of Takrut was the talk of the town and today it is still famous.

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LP Pern Rian (Amazing) Wat Bang Phra 2541 (low end collection)

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Khun Paen by Lp Pern Wat BangPhra 2541 (low end collection)

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1st Batch Med Tang Coin Front LP Tuad - Back LP Thong 2552 (low end collection)

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LP Tuad big head (low end collection) 2553 by LP Kaew of Wat Sapanmaikien.

You Tube about LP Kaew : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DPLls1lL-vs

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LP Ngern " Pim Niyom" (Mongkol Maharat Batch)2551/2552 Wat BangKlaan, Pijit province. HRH Princess Soamsavali presided the consecretion ceremonies at both Wat Bowonniwet Viharn (Bangkok) and Wat Bang Klaan in Pichit province. mass chanted by:


Luang Phor Phra Phromuni,
Luang Phor Peradeth,Wat Bawon,
Luang Phor Sarid,Wat Bangklan,
Luang Phor Foo,Wat Barngsamak,
Luang Phor Ruay,Wat Tagoh


Made : 12,551 pieces

Made of Yellow Copper : http://thaiamulets-dhammapath.blogspot.com...thy-buddha.html



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Pitta Wat Dong Sala 2552
Lp Hom
(3 Temples Chanting Wat Bang Suang,Wat KaoOr,WatDongSala)

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Pitta Wat Dong Sala 2552
Lp Maha Utai
(3 Temples Chanting Wat Bang Suang,Wat KaoOr,WatDongSala)

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Pitta Wat Dong Sala 2552

Lp Maha Utai
(3 Temples Chanting Wat Bang Suang,Wat KaoOr,WatDongSala)

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Given by LP Pian (Pean) - Wat Grerngatin. Buddha PhraYodthong BE 2552

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Buddha Yodthong Mongkonlavo(Great Blessing)

Buddha amulet called Yod-Thong(Top of the flag) is an old style Buddha holy item in Thailand used since an old time during the war. The King or old warriors will place this amulet on the top of the battle flags, powerful chanted with "Pa-Hung" mantras to conquer enemies/opponents and destroys all obstacles.

Buddha's pose "Pang Cha-na-marn" is an act of victorious from all evils/darkness with one hand right over his legs while meditation. The sharp hair style regarding his highest wisdom of Dharma to end all suffering and sorrow. "Pang Cha-na-marn" is the most powerful pose of Buddha which have in all main temples hall at every temples in Thailand.

Buddha Yod-Thong amulet powerful blessing protection from all dangers misfortune, protect from curse evils/darkness. Destroy all obstacles in life fortune. To be bless with great wisdom, wearer can get through all obstacles and the blessing to bring great fortune into life.

Powerful blessed/chanted by Luangpor Pean a guru monk, abbot of WatGrerngatin on 6 December b.e.2552 (a.d.2009) at Lopburi province, an old batterfield town with many monks participated in the ceremony.The amulet craft with protect mantras and genuine stampe code from the temple to verity the consecrated of Buddha amulet.

14 gurus monks blessing Buddha Yodthong amulets.

1. Luangpor Pean WatGrerngatin lead the ceremony

2. Luangpor Perm WatPomgaw

3. Luangpor Ruay WatTagoh

4. LuangporAead WatPailom

5. LuangpuJer WatGrangbangaw

6. LuangporPoon WatBanpan

7. LuangporSomsri WatNarphralarn

8. LuangporSaard WatKaogaw

9. LuangporSomchai WatPariwas

10. LuangporDhum WatBangjik

11. LuangporEarn WatWungdantai

12. LuangporSarun WatKhongnoi

13. LuangporChumnan WatBanguthithong

14. PhraAchanTew WatManeechonlakan.

The best Buddha amulet from Thailand


This piece of amulet was given by LP Pien personally to my hand.

Ref : http://www.thailandamulets.com/viewDetail....&mod=173&page=2

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LP Tuad box set by AC Daeng Wat Rai 2553

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Produce: 1555 Sets (No.227)

Materials :

Nur Sattang Deang Gelai Thong x 1 piece
Nur Sattang Deang Gelai ngern x 1 piece
Nur Sattang Deang Gelai Na x 1 piece
Nur Sattang Deang x 1 piece
Nur Plok Kasung x 1 piece

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LP Daeng was born in B.E. 2512 (C.E. 1969) in Pattani. He has been interested in magic since he was a child. After he got ordained, he learnt magic from LP Sook of Wat Mujarintawapi Wihan, a famous guru monk. Soon, LP Daeng became an expert in magic. Then LP Daeng began making amulets and gave them to people, fishermen. They said amulet from LP Daeng was good made them safe and catch many fish. After that, he began making Takrut using a bullet cartridge (called “Takrut Look Puen). With strong protection power, this kind of Takrut was the talk of the town and today it is still famous.

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LP Tuad (Bullock with Kring) LP Thong of Wat Sumpaochery ( SAMBAOCHE), Pattanee BE 2549, The late Luang Phor Thong Wat SamPaoChey Pattani has passed away around 1pm.26th April 2554 (AD2011) at the age of 94.

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QUOTE(jkdho @ Apr 21 2010, 12:48 PM)
Phra Buddha Sihing and Phra Phrom, (Somdet Phra Nyanasamvara Somdet Phra Sangharaja) 2553

Holy Masses:
There are many holy masses from top monks such as
1. “Phong Jindamanee” (holy powder), gold sheet, silver sheet and copper alloy from Somdej Phra SangKhaRaj, Wat Bawon Nivet, Bangkok.
2.  Phra Phrom WaChiRaYan, Wat YanNaWa, Bangkok
3.  Phra Phrom WeTee, Wat Trimit, Bangkok
4.  Phra Phrom MeTee, Wat ThepSirin, Bangkok
5.  Phra Phrom Sutee, Wat Saket, Bangkok
6.  LP Ruay, Wat Tako, Ayutthaya province
7.  LP Perm, Wat PomKaeo, Ayutthaya province
8.  LP Poon, Wat Ban Pan, Ayutthaya province
9.  LP Iat, Wat Pai Lom, Ayutthaya province
10. LP Pian, Wat GrernGaTin, Lop Buri province
11. LP Uean, Wat WangDaengTai, Ayutthaya province
12. LP Tiw, Wat Manee Chonla Khan, Lop Buri province
13. LP Maha Surasak, Wat Pradoo, Samut SongKham provice
14. LP Chamnan, Wat BangGooTiTong, PaThum Thani
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