The Pra Kam Khaw amulet is an inimitable Thai Buddhist amulet that has become world-famous due to its association with LP Lersi Lingdam, an Arya Sangha Guru Master of Wat Ta Sung. Luang Por Ruesi Lingdam was not only a renowned Buddhist but also a master sorcerer, who worked with the great Luang Por Parn of Wat Bang Nom Kho.
The Pra Kam Khaw amulet is the most well-known amulet associated with LP Lersi Lingdam, and is widely believed to possess miraculous powers. The first edition of Pra Kam Khaw amulets was made in 2533 BE, and consisted of 10,000 amulets. The amulets are famous for their strong power of Lap Sakkara (honorable status, promotion, and wealth), as well as their powers of Metta, Klaew Klaad, and Kong Grapan. The Pong Puttakun (sacred powder) is visibly risen to the surface, making it recognizably authentic.
LP Lersi Lingdam’s Mastery of Muan Sarn
LP Lersi Lingdam was a master of Muan Sarn, the process of creating sacred powders, and was known to make Buddha statues from powdered dried rice from his alms bowl. According to LP Lersi Lingdam, Luang Por Parn advised him to keep the first handful of the most delicious meals and empower them with incantations. Luang Por performed this for four months, constantly keeping and empowering the dried rice wherever he travelled.
Even if he came to Wat Ta Sung, he had to keep the first handful of the meals and store the Muan Sarn because the Wicha only works if the rice is kept for a period of three months of daily collection. If a single day is left out, the Wicha does not work. When the period of three to four months was finished, Luang Por Parn used the Muan Sarn to grind into sacred powders and built a Buddha statue for the shrine room where the monks would pray together.
Sacred Powers of the Pra Kam Khaw Amulet
The Pra Kam Khaw amulet comes in its original box and condition from the temple of Wat Ta Sung. These amulets are highly sacred, and believed to possess miraculous powers. LP Lersi Lingdam’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 Abhinyā powers are irrefutable by Thai Buddhist people. The Pra Kam Khaw amulet is a must-have for any devotee of LP Lersi Lingdam and is widely believed to bring protection, wealth, and good fortune to those who wear it.