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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 Pra Kam Khaw Maha Lap Run Sorng 2nd Edition - Luang Por Ruesi Ling Dam - Wat Ta Sung 2534 BE
Second Edition 2534 BE Pra Kam Khaw Amulet from Arya Sangha Guru Master, Luang Por Pra Racha Prohmayan (Luang Por Ruesi Ling Dam), of Wat Ta Sung. This model is 'Pim Khaen Mee Jud Bua Jud Diaw' which comes from the presence of a small bobble just under the elbow of Luang Por Ruesi Ling Dam on the rear face, and a small protrusion on one of the lotus petals of the lotus throne on front face. The bobble under Luang Por's elbow is a mark of interest for recognising the 2nd Edition, and is present on all second edition models.
The amulet is in the image of the Putta Chinarat Buddha of Pitsanuloke, which is one of the five most Sacred and Nationally Important Buddhas of Thailand.
Luang Por Ruesi Ling Dam was the first and foremost comrade, and accomplice in Sorcery to the Great Luang Por Parn of Wat Bang Nom Kho, and a Master Gaeji Ajarn in his own Right and Standing, whose amulets have now become very rare, and have taken on an increasingly higher status, and begin to approach those of his Mentor, Luang Por Parn.
Luang Por Ruesi Ling Dam's amulets are seen as a total surety for a definite result, due to the true and pure practice and dedication of this Olden Days Buddhist Guru Master, whose teachings have led so many lay devotees and ordained Monks to a higher understanding of the Dhamma. His Abhinya Powers are unrefuted by Thai Buddhist People, and is amulets are seen as highly Sacred, and believed to possess Miraculous Powers.
When we speak of the amulets of Luang Por Ruesi Ling Dam, the first and foremost amulet that would come to mind would usually be the Pra Kam Khaw, and the Pra Hang Hmaak Amulet. This is the Sacred Powder Amulet that can be found to be worn or kept in the house of almost every Devotee of Luang Por Ruesi Ling Dam.
The first edition of Pra Kam Khaw amulets ever made by Luang Por Ruesi Ling Dam was issued in 2533 BE on 27th March, and consisted of 100,000 amulets in the first edition. The second supplementary release was also made later the same year in 2533 BE, and released in 2534 BE. The second edition was made in numbers of 500,000 amulets blessed on two separate occasions, first on the 25th December 2533, and then on 28th May 2534 BE.
The amulets are known for their highly charged Puttakun Power, with all powers of Metta, Klaew Klaad, Kong Grapan, Maha Sanaeh, but are mostly famous because of their strongest Power, that of the Power of Lap Sakkara (Honorable Status, Promotion and Wealth). The Pong Puttakun (Sacred Powder) is visibly risen to the Surface and recognisably Authentic.
Luang Por Ruesi Ling Dam even was known to have commented about the Pra Kham Khaw Maha Lap Amulets, and said; As Luang Por Parn was still alive, i saw him make a Buddha Statue from powdered dried rice from his Alms Bowl, which Luang Por Parn explained, that the Buddha had told him, that whichever food tasted delicious, he should not keep it for eating.
This Edition is known as the 'Run Sorng' (second edition). The amulet can be encased in solid gold casing if desired (at extra cost) - see below example to visualise how it would look.
He said it was important that one should take the first handful and use it for Muan Sarn to make powder amulets. That he should keep the first handful of the most delicious meals, and Empower them with Incantations.
Luang Por tried it out for 4 months constantly keeping and empowering the dried rice wherever he travelled. Even if he would come to Wat ta Sung, he would have to keep the first handful of the meals and store the Muaan sarn, because the Wicha only works if the rice is kept for a period of 3 months of daily collection. If a single day is left out, the Wicha does not work. When the period of 3-4 Months was finished, Luang Por Parn then used the Muan Sarn to grind into sacred Powders and built a Buddha Statue for the shrine room where the Monks would pray together. A wealthy Devotee of the area then heard of the event (he was a motor boat factory owner), and brought some giant pots of curry and rice to donate to the temple.
But Luang Por Parn had left on a Wandering Tudong Quest to the Mountain of Khao Wong Prajantr. Luang Por Ruesi Ling Dam retold that he was at Wat bang Nom Kho at thatb time, and that there was hardly any food at all in that period, and he had been going without food and very hungry. The boat owner parked on the banks of the river at the side of the temple, and asked where Luang Por was? Luang por Ruesi Ling Dam told him that Luang Por was away for a time.
The Devotee then pulled away from the shore with boat and curry and all, and left. Oh dear! Luang Por said he was so hungry as he watched the devotee leave. It seemed that he only wanted to donate to Luang Por, for making Muan Sarn, and did not want other monks to eat from it. So Luang Por Ruesi Ling Dam went hungry.
For this amulet, Luang Por Ruesi Ling Dam laid out some information; Firstly, before we undertake any of our duties or tasks each day, we must think of the Buddha and his Acheivement, and to have deep respect in one's heart for the Buddha. If one does this in the moment before Praying to the amulet, and focus to pray mantaining this Respect and Wonder at the Buddha's Self Enlightenment as you pray, then the amulet will emit Massive Lap Sakkara Power, to increase your Social and Professional Standing, and the Aura of Grandeur.
The amulet is said to possess all other Powers such as Klaew Klaad, Kong Grapan, Metta Mahaniyom and Maha Sanaeh, but is stated by Luang Por to have heavy leanings towards increasing Lucky and Wealthy Fortunes (Lap) and to Improve your Influence and Status (Sakkara).
Then one should place the amulet between the palms of the hand, and raise between the eyebrows to the forehead, and Chant the Maha Namasakara 3 Times, after which, one shold say "Today, i ask for ..... (whatever it is you wish for).. Blessings".
If we are able to focus on and believe strongly in the Buddha's Enlightenment and Call Upon His Merits to assist, then this is considered to be Buddhanisssati Kammathana - a Kind of Meditative state likened to, or equal to that known as 'Jhana' (absorption). This is the state of mind that is necessary to activate and call up Miracle Powers, and is tantamount to Pure Faith, which is also a kind of Focused One Pointed Concentration, Absorption, or 'Jhana'. One should also of course think of Luang Por Ruesi Ling Dam when Praying.
It is this element of the Practice of Faith reverence in Guru Worship that gives Classic Amulets from great masters the edge over many standard issue amulets, for it is the Faith that the Master instills in the heart of the devotee (the wearer of the amulet), that increases the Power of Absorption, for it is much easier to feel Faith and Confidence from an Amulet that was made by a Guru Master that we all know of and is Legendary, and whom we believe in his teachings. If we do this every day before undertaking our chores and duties, we wil have Great Success and Acheivements coming our way.
A truly sacred and Historical Amulet, once a pupular alternative for those with lower Budgets who seek the amulets of Luang Por Parn, but now also a rarity and the treasured prized Possession of the Devotee of Luang Por Ruesi Ling Dam
When you think of the Buddha with Rapture in your Heart, as a Buddhist, then you should always remember the amulet hanging around your neck, and remember that it represents the Buddha himself.
Like the Pra Kam Khaw, it is also important to remember that it is the Luang Por Pra Putta Chinarat Buddha (Pitsanuloke), one of the Five Most Sacred Buddhas in Thailand. The Buddha Chinarat, Luang Por Ruesi Ling Dam says is important to know and feel when praying, that it represents the Buddha Kassapa. It is an Image to look at instead of that Buddha, whose body is no longer here, but represents the Buddha Himself, and the heart should connect with that, as its connection to the Stream of Energy that flows from Nibbana and the Buddhas, down to us Devotees on Earth. The Buddhanussati remembrance and consequent Rapture that arises, is a direct cause of the energy flow that comes through the amulet from the Spiritual Realms of the Heart, coming from the Buddhas, to us.
The Buddhas of the Ages will descend and Guard over You who pray correctly to this amulet. Use the Kata Ngern Larn (Millionare Kata for Riches), as given by Luang Por Parn, and Luang Por Ruesi Ling Dam, to empower the amulet with Maha Lap Magic and call great wealthy Fortunes to you.
Chant Maha Namasakara 3 Times First;
Namo Dtassa Pakawadto Arahadto Sammaa Samputtassa
Namo Dtassa Pakawadto Arahadto Sammaa Samputtassa
Namo Dtassa Pakawadto Arahadto Sammaa Samputtassa
Then Chant Kata Ngern Larn;
Sambpadtijchaami Naa Sang Si Mo
Prahmmaa Ja Mahaa Taewaa Sappae Yagkhaa Bparaayandti (Kata to remove Obstacles)
Prahmmaa Ja Mahaa Taewaa Apilaapaa Pawandtumae (Kata for Walthy Fortunes of Money)
Mahaa Bpanyo mahaa Laapo Pawandtumae
Kata for Luck without Interruptions
Midtae Paahu Hadti
Kata Pra Bpajjaega Putta Jao (Kata for Monetary Millions)
Putta Ma - A - U Namo Puttaa Ya Wiratayo Wirakonaayang Wirahingsaa Wirataasii Wirataasaa Wira Idthiiyo Puttassa Maanii Maama Puttassa Swaahome
Kata to speed up Lucky Fortunes
Peng Peng Paa Paa Haa Haa Leu Leur
Chant the whole Kata Nine Times