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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
- Luang Por Chuea Sugawanno (Wat Mai Bampen Bun)
- Luang Phu Nai – Wat Ban Jaeng (Ayuttaya)
- Luang Phu Rod (Wat Bang Nam Won)
- Luang Por Suang Apayo (Wat Chee Ba Khaw)
- Luang Por Nok (Wat Sangkasi)
- Luang Por Lae Tidtappo (Wat Khao Song)
- Luang Por Hyord (Wat Gaew Jaroen)
Somdej Pim Pra Mae Toranee Beeb Muay Pom 2495 BE - Luang Por Pina - Wat Sanom Lao
Pra Somdej Pim Pra Mae Toranee Beeb Muay Pom Early Era Edition Amulet from Luang Por Pina Biyataro. The Pra Somdej Fai Bpok Hlang Pra Sangkajjai amulet from Luang Por Pina, of Wat Sanom Lao, is one of Luang Por Pina's earlier edition amulets, and extremely rare.
This amulet was made at Wat Ta Geuy, in the years before Luang Por Pina went to reside at Wat Sanom Lao, as he was still at Wat Ta Gae, where he distributed the amulets to his Devotees and those who came to make Merits at the Temple.
This amulet is called 'Pra Somdej Pim Pra Mae Toranee Beeb Muay Pom - meaning 'Buddha Image with the Dharani Goddess squeezing a Deluge from the locks of her hair - It is legend that the Lord Buddha Sakramuni, in his moment of final victory over the Mara Demon, called upon the Mother Earth Goddess as his witness, that he had indeed attained the Merits he had gathered throughout his life, and all previous lifetimes. The Dharani Earth Goddess rose up and washed the Maras away in a flood, by squeezing the water from her hair.
The Pim is a Pra Somdej Pim Yai Pra Pratan (Buddha touching the earth), seated over an arched dais, with the Dharani Goddess ('Pra Me Toranee' in Thai) contained within the arch. This amulet is famous for its power to increase Protection against all forms of Black Magic, and to Improve one's lucky fortunes, Mercy Charm, and Maha Sanaeh Seductive Influence.
This edition was made using Muan Sarn containing Lek Nam Pi (a Lek Lai Kaya Siddhi Adamantine Elemental related substance), which causes the amulet to be Magnetic, mixed with Sacred Powders and Herbal Pollens, and Khaw sarn Hin petrified rice, which are all substances to attract treasures and wealth (Maha Pokasap - Maha Lap). Sacred Yantra Powders for Klaew Klaad evasive protection magic are also embedded within the Muan Sarn.
Luang Por Pina's Sorcerous Powders are Legendary, and their powerful effect is attributed to the belief in Luang Por Pina's attainment of 4 of the 6 Abhinyā Supernatural Powers. The amulet is said to help to know things before they happen (good to evade danger and to know which bets to make), and to fulfill wishes.
Luang Por Pina is the deceased Abbot of Wat Sanom Lao in Sra Buri and was said to have possessed Abhinya Powers, and to have Mastered the 10 Kasina Powers of Elemental Magical Dominion.
It is said that he was able to read the minds and intentions of other Humans, and bring amulets to life with is Empowerment Methods, and that his amulets were able to give signs and also can be beseeched and prayed to for wish fulfilment (Sarapat Neuk).
There are many stories of Miraculous Events occurring through his amulets. Luang Por Pina is known to have performed strange Magical feats in front of the eyes of his disciples many times, especially when devotees would ask him for an amulet. He would ask the devotee to lay down and open their eyes, and would take a handful of sand and pour it over their face, as they would hold the amulet in the hand.
But the sand would bounce back before it hit their eyes, and no matter how much was poured on the face, not a single grain of sand would be able to enter the eyes of the devotee, becoming repelled as if by a force field before it touched the eyes.
Bucha Pra Mae Toranee
Light 9 sticks of Incense, two candles and place flowers in offering Chant
Dtassaa Gēsīsadtō Yathā Kongkā Sōdtang Bpawadt-Dtandti Māra Sēnā Bpadti Thādtung Bparimānu Pāwēna Māra Sēnā Bparāchidtā Nisō Nisang Bpālāyandti Witang Sēndti Asēsadtō Sātu Sātu Sātu Sangkhādtang Lōdtang Gawitū Tandti Pud-Dting Namō Puttāya Na Ma Pa Ta
Kata Luang Por Pina
Light 5 sticks of Incense, and chant the Maha Namasakara 3 times, before chanting the special Kata for Luang Por Pina Bpiyataro;
Namo Dtassa Pakawadto Arahadto Sammaa Samputtassa
Namo Dtassa Pakawadto Arahadto Sammaa Samputtassa
Namo Dtassa Pakawadto Arahadto Sammaa Samputtassa.
Then chant the Kata for Luang Por Pina (3 times);
Ahang Sukhadto Pina Bpiyataro Naamadtae Aajaariyo Ma Pandtae Hohi
Kata Pluk Khong (Call the power within the amulet)
Puttang Gandtang Saranang Haa
Puttang Gandtang Saranang Hae
Puttaaa Namo Ya
Kata for Chanting Bucha to the Pra Somdej Amulet
Tammang Prasittime Prasittime
Always say; ‘Namo Tassa Pakawato Arahato Sammaaa Samputtassa’ first, three times before making any Kata for amulets.
Here is another alternative Kata which can also be used for any kind of Somdej amulet;
Bpudtagaa Mo Sape Bpudtang Tanagaa Mo Lape Tanang Idti Gaye Yaaya Tewaanang Biyadtang Sudtawaa
Chant three times; make this practice regularly, and Metta Mahaniyom will enter into your life. You can make prayer water also with the amulet if you soak it in the bowl as you chant, then use the water to spray on your head or your clothes, wares you wish to sell etc.
A truly powerful amulet for those wishing both success in their attainments, for successful profession, promotion as well as immensely powerful protection agains evil spirits, Mara demons and evil entities. The amulet endows the wearer with invincibility and protects from all dangers and illnesses with the Dharani (Pra Mae Toranee) washing away the Maras as a witness to the Buddhas merits in the moment of his Enlightenment. An auspicious aquisition to keep in the family for future generations, to be passed down to your childrens childrens children as a sacred and auspicious inheritance. One of our truly recommended sacred Buddhist amulets of the Masterpiece category.
Pure Buddhanussati (remembrance of Buddha), this is a wonderful amulet for True Buddhists seeking blessings and protection, and an extremely rare and Sacred item for Devotees of the Grand Master Luang Por Pina.
The amulet is for Prosperity, Auspicious Karma, and to Deal with all Obstacles and Evil Forces, Ghosts, Demons, Curses, and Inauspicious Karmic Effects. Examination of the Muan Sarn within the amulet reveals a very rich and sacred composition of his sacred powders and sacred woods, herbs and Wan pollens. The ancient method nof hand molding and pressing from the hand of LP Pina himself, shows the small number of amulets made for this edition of Sacred Buddhist amulet.
Luang Por Pina was most famous for his Palad Khik Hua Chamot, Sacred Powder two sided Buddha Amulets, and his Daw Nai Pan/Mae Nuea Horm Lucky Star Amulets. His Daw Nai Pan is legendary and has a very deep meaning to it, which we recommend learning about; If you listen to the three quarter of an hour talk and explanation of the Sacred Daw Nai Pan, along with a short Biography of Luang Por Pina, recounted and narrated by Ajarn Spencer Littlewood in the below Podcast at bottom of page.
In the podcast, You will be amazed to learn about the very deep meanings contained within the Daw Aathan Hnun Duang (Daw Nai Pan) Lucky Star amulets of Luang Por Pina, and for those of you who are devoted Buddhists and Practitioners of Dhamma, you will feel incredibly inspired to apply the meanings found in the amulet to your Buddhist practice of Dhamma, Meditation and Vipassana.
For indeed, understanding the Buddhist meanings within the amulets, is the highest level of Bucha, making the amulet a powerful tool not only to increase your Fortunes and Improve your Karma in a worldly sense, but can be used as a contemplative focal point of self transformation and empowerment of manifest Buddhist Kammathana Meditative Practice. It points to the path towards enlightenment, and can assist you in walking the path, if this is your intention, and leads far above and beyond simple worldly desires.