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- Ajarn Nong Wat Sai Khaw
- Luang Por Daeng Wat Khao Bandai It
- Luang Por Guay Chudtintaro Wat Kositaram
- Por Tan Nam Puttasaro Wat Don Sala
- Luang Por Phaew – Wat Tanode Luang
Pra Pong Leb Mer Prok Po Pim Sadung Glab - Buddha Under Bodhi Tree - Luang Por Phern Wat Bang Pra 2532 BE
Pra Pong Leb Mer (Thumbnail) Prok Po Sadung Glab - Nuea Pong Puttakun 2532 BE. This now rare and highly desirable amulet is a Buddha Image in Thumb Nail shape form, from the Great Master of Sak Yant Thai Temple Tattoos 'Luang Por Phern' of Wat Bang Pra in Nakorn Pathom. Extremely recommended for Ladies due to its small size.
Released in the Wai Kroo Ceremony of 25532 BE, the amulet features the image of the Buddha sat under the Bodhi Tree, in the Moment of his Enlightenment, with the Leaves of the Bodhi tree falling down around him as he experiences Vimudhi Sukha Rapture. The features of the Buddha have a disting mixture of Sri Vichaya and Sukhotai influence as fare as Buddhist Periodic Art is concerned, which reveals a plump Indian Style Buddha with a shorter and thicker neck and arms, protuberant navel area and a short flamed 'Pra Gaes' topknot.
The Pim is unusual in the sense that the hand which points to the earth as 'Mara Vichai' Conquering Mara posture is reversed, with the left hand instead of the right on the Buddha's knee pointing downwards. There are two Khom Agkhara syllables 'Put' and 'Tae' forming the word 'Puttae' Meaning 'Refuge in the Buddha' ('In Buddha'). This Pim was released with various differing Kata on the front face, wich makes for a point of interest, for the fact that some have the word 'Puttae' and others have a pair of revceresed 'Na' Agkhara on each side of the Buddha.
The rear face has Sacred Khom Agkhara Inscriptions of Buddhist Incantations, surrounding the Ancient 'Yant Dto' Yantra Spell, which offers Great Maha Sanaeh, Metta Mahaniyom, Maha Pokasap and Klaew Klaad Blessings.
The Kata Inscribed around the Yant Dto on the rear face reads; พา มา นา อุ กะ สะ นะ ทุ = Paa Maa Naa U - Ga Sa Na Tu.
This is the abbreviated heart Mantra of the Pahung Kata which in its long version is the Chant which recounts the Buddha's Victory over the Armies of Mara, known as 'Kata Pahung'. It brings all forms of Buddhist Blessings including Prosperity, Safety from Accidents and mara Beings and Demons, and brings Elevated Status both Socially and Professionally (Promotion).
Below the Yant Dto is the Invocation of the Four Elements 'Ja Pa Ga Sa'
To use this Kata for Bucha to the Amulet, Chant this way;
Na Ma Pa Ta - Na Mo Put Taa Ya - Paa Maa Naa U - Ga Sa Na Tu Ja Pa Ga Sa - Na Ma A U
Made from a very fine sacred Puttakun Powder Muan sarn Admixture which is very smooth and densely pressed, the amulet has an almost porcelain like surface texture, and is smooth as a domino to the touch. A perfect peripheral amulet to wear laterally to the side of a larger central amulet on one's neckchain, or as a central amulet for ladies or children, or those who prefer to wear a lighter and smaller amulet.
Luang Por Phern (Pra Udom Prachanat), is one of this Century's Greatest Master Gaeji Ajarn Guru Monks, and holds World Famous International Status as well as being a revered Monk of the Thai Royal family.
Luang Por Phern. Is one of the most internationally famous monks all of this century mainly for his grand role in the promotion of Sak Yant Sacred Tattoos, And of course his powerful amulets which are now becoming ever more favored and ever rarer. And of course,ever more valued.
Those who rever the Great Luang Por Phern will be at best served with this purely Buddhist Amulet of Auspicious Blessings, for the faith of the Devotee and the Metta of the Guru Master, is the connection that causes the Miracle Events which are so often attributed to amulets to occur.
Attributed Powers; Kong Grapan Chadtri, Maha Pokasap, Metta Mahaniyom, Serm Duang Klaew Klaad, Maha Amnaj.
Kata for Thai Buddhist Amulets (Aaraatanaa Pra Krueang)
Always say; ‘Namo Dtassa Pakawato Arahato Sammaaa Samputtassa’ first, three times before making any Kata for amulets.
Puttang Aaaraatanaanang Tammang Aaaraatanaanang Sangkang Aaaraatanaanang Puttang Prasittime Tammang Prasittime Prasittime Sangkang Prasittime