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Holy Collection for Worship
By LP Joy
Wat Non Thai, Nakhon Ratchasima Province


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About Guru Monk:

LUANGPHO JOY (age 76, 2015 C.E.), abbot of Wat Non Thai, Nakhon Ratchasima province is a famous guru monk whom people respect and the best disciple of Luangpho Koon, Wat BahnRai, Nakhon Ratchasima province, a highly esteemed guru monk of Thailand.

LP Joy was born on 3 April 2482 B.E. (1939 C.E.) in Chaiyaphum province. At age 24, he became a monk and got a monk name Chinnawangso.

After ordination, LP Joy promised himself to be a good monk and try his best to serve Buddhism. It is like what he intended when he established the school for monks and novices and developed his temple (Wat Non Thai) as learning center for Buddhists.

LP Joy tries to promote Dharma of Buddha through religious activities such as chanting, meditation, sermon and regularly holding important Buddhist days such as Magha Puja, Vesak Puja and Asalha Puja.

Since a newly monk until now, LP Jow always does meditation. He is solitary and simple that prefers to walk barefoot and sleep on a wooden pillow given by LP Koon of Wat BahnRai in order to keep conscious all the time. He said to use this wooden pillow all his life.

First year of monkhood, LP Joy tried blessing an amulet. What he blessed was King Rama the Fifth Medal. Younger brother of LP Joy knew and wanted to prove the holiness.  He brought his friend to prove by firing at the medal, but the bullet did not come out!

In 2533 B.E. (1990 C.E.), at year 27 of monkhood, LP Joy made 112 his own lockets for people to worship as very much request from disciples. People who wore the lockets experienced the real protective power. Therefore, LP Joy had to make more 300 pieces and they ran out quickly.

In late 2536 B.E. (1993 C.E.), during ceremony in the chapel, while LP Joy was blessing the amulets using a rosary altogether, one bead of the rosary suddenly broke among eyes of 34 monks and novices. Sound of breaking can be heard by ones in the chapel. Wat Non Thai released amulets for worship in the annual temple fair on 2-9 February 2537 B.E. (1994 C.E.). A lot of people came and amulets ran out very quickly. People call amulets on that day Roon Prakam Taek that means Batch: Breaking of Rosary Bead.



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PDMAB6150

Buddha of Millionaire 2558 B.E. Phra Jow Sua, 7 Metals Medal (1st batch)

Year: 2558 B.E. (2015 C.E.)

Material: a mixture of 7 metals (known as "Satta Loha")

Ceremony: LP Joy blessed this Buddha medal properly on 3 April 2015.   

Power: "Phra" means "Buddha".  "Jow Sua" is a Chinese word for a millionaire. In Thailand, Phra Jow Sua is accepted as top Buddha Amulet of Wealth especially helping worshiper very successful in business. 

 
 
PDMAB6151

Buddha of Millionaire 2558 B.E. Phra Jow Sua, Multibrass Medal (1st batch)

Material: multibrass

Ceremony: LP Joy blessed this Buddha medal properly on 3 April 2015.   

Power: "Phra" means "Buddha".  "Jow Sua" is a Chinese word for a millionaire. In Thailand, Phra Jow Sua is accepted as top Buddha Amulet of Wealth especially helping worshiper very successful in business. 

 
 
PDMAB6152

Powerful 2558 B.E. Fulfillment Ball (Kaew Sarapat Nuek) 9-Metal Substance

Year: 2558 B.E. (2015 C.E.)

Material: a mixture of 9 metals (known as "Nawa Loha")

Power: brings good luck and makes wishes come true

Ceremony: LP Joy blessed this holy ball properly on 3 April 2015.   

 


PDMAB6153

Good Fortune & Tranquil Life! 2558 B.E. Phra NakProk Bai Makham, Silver Medal (1st batch)

Year: 2558 B.E. (2015 C.E.)

Material: silver 

Phra NakProk Pim Bai Makham (Pim Bai Makham: in shape of tamarind leaf) is one of 'Benja Phaki' the 5 famous amulets in Thailand.

Phra NakProk has powerful power in protection against harm, dangers and bad things, bringing peacefulness and turning bad destiny to good. In fact, Phra NakProk is a Buddha image of people born on Saturday. It is propitious for people on this day to worship Phra NakProk in order to enhance their life and fortune. However, worshiping Phra NakProk is also good for people in other days.

Ceremony: LP Joy blessed this Buddha medal properly on 3 April 2015.  

 
 
PDMAB6154

Good Fortune & Tranquil Life! 2558 B.E. Phra NakProk Bai Makham, 9 Metals Medal (1st batch)


Year: 2558 B.E. (2015 C.E.)

Material: a mixture of 9 metals (known as "Nawa Loha")

Phra NakProk Pim Bai Makham (Pim Bai Makham: in shape of tamarind leaf) is one of 'Benja Phaki' the 5 famous amulets in Thailand.

Phra NakProk has powerful power in protection against harm, dangers and bad things, bringing peacefulness and turning bad destiny to good. In fact, Phra NakProk is a Buddha image of people born on Saturday. It is propitious for people on this day to worship Phra NakProk in order to enhance their life and fortune. However, worshiping Phra NakProk is also good for people in other days.

Ceremony: LP Joy blessed this Buddha medal properly on 3 April 2015.   

 
 

PDMAB6155

Holy Abundant Monk - 2557 B.E. Phra PidTa Pokasap, Silver Amulet (1st batch)

Year: 2557 B.E. (2014 C.E.)

Material: silver  

Belief about Phra PidTa:

A chubby Buddha with his hands covering his eyes is well-known as "Phra PidTa", an icon of wealth in Thai belief. Idea of making Phra PidTa derives from Phra Kawampati or Phra Sangkajjai who was an enlightened disciple of Buddha. With image that looked very much like Buddha, Phra Kawampati transformed himself to a chubby monk so that people will not misunderstand him as Buddha and that became signature of Phra Kawampati or Phra Sangkajjai. Phra PidTa looks like Phra Sangkajjai, but is in a different posture; putting his hands on his eyes that implies an attempt to obtain calmness of mind by stopping seeing. Phra PidTa is praised as god of wealth. Whoever worships Phra PidTa will be successful in wealth and business.

Ceremony: LP Joy blessed this Phra PidTa properly on the auspicious occasion.  

 
 
PDMAB6156

Holy Abundant Monk - 2557 B.E. Phra PidTa Pokasap, Bronze Amulet (1st batch)

Year: 2557 B.E. (2014 C.E.)

Material: bronze  

Belief about Phra PidTa:

A chubby Buddha with his hands covering his eyes is well-known as "Phra PidTa", an icon of wealth in Thai belief. Idea of making Phra PidTa derives from Phra Kawampati or Phra Sangkajjai who was an enlightened disciple of Buddha. With image that looked very much like Buddha, Phra Kawampati transformed himself to a chubby monk so that people will not misunderstand him as Buddha and that became signature of Phra Kawampati or Phra Sangkajjai. Phra PidTa looks like Phra Sangkajjai, but is in a different posture; putting his hands on his eyes that implies an attempt to obtain calmness of mind by stopping seeing. Phra PidTa is praised as god of wealth. Whoever worships Phra PidTa will be successful in wealth and business.

Ceremony: LP Joy blessed this Phra PidTa properly on the auspicious occasion. 

 
 
PDMAB6157

Holy Abundant Monk - 2557 B.E. Phra PidTa Pokasap, Multi-Metal Amulet (1st batch)

Year: 2557 B.E. (2014 C.E.)

Material: multi-metal called 'Chanuan'

Belief about Phra PidTa:

A chubby Buddha with his hands covering his eyes is well-known as "Phra PidTa", an icon of wealth in Thai belief. Idea of making Phra PidTa derives from Phra Kawampati or Phra Sangkajjai who was an enlightened disciple of Buddha. With image that looked very much like Buddha, Phra Kawampati transformed himself to a chubby monk so that people will not misunderstand him as Buddha and that became signature of Phra Kawampati or Phra Sangkajjai. Phra PidTa looks like Phra Sangkajjai, but is in a different posture; putting his hands on his eyes that implies an attempt to obtain calmness of mind by stopping seeing. Phra PidTa is praised as god of wealth. Whoever worships Phra PidTa will be successful in wealth and business.

Ceremony: LP Joy blessed this Phra PidTa properly on the auspicious occasion.  

 
 
PDMAB6158

Properly Blessed Silver Rian Lorh Maha Lap (LP Joy Medal of Wealth)

Year: 2558 B.E. (2015 C.E.)

Material: silver  

Power: Collectible token full with auspicious power appealing to money and assets. Also, a sacred shield from harm, spirit and bad things.  

Ceremony: LP Joy blessed this medal properly on 3 April 2015.    

 
 
PDMAB6159

Properly Blessed 9-Metal Rian Lorh Maha Lap (LP Joy Medal of Wealth)

Year: 2558 B.E. (2015 C.E.)

Material: a mixture of 9 metals (known as "Nawa Loha")

Power: Collectible token full with auspicious power appealing to money and assets. Also, a sacred shield from harm, spirit and bad things.  

Ceremony: LP Joy blessed this medal properly on 3 April 2015.

 
 

PDMAB6160

Create Secure & Affluent Life - Tao Wet Su Wan, 9 Metals  Amulet

Year: 2558 B.E. (2015 C.E.)

Material: a mixture of 9 metals (known as "Nawa Loha")  

Power: Collectible token full with auspicious power appealing to money and assets. Also, a sacred shield from harm, spirit and bad things.  

Ceremony: LP Joy blessed this medal properly on 3 April 2015.    

 

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PDMAB6150

Buddha of Millionaire 2558 B.E. Phra Jow Sua, 7 Metals Medal (1st batch)

LP Joy, Wat Non Thai, Nakhon Ratchasima Province

$24.99

Low in Stock

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PDMAB6151

Buddha of Millionaire 2558 B.E. Phra Jow Sua, Multibrass Medal (1st batch)

LP Joy, Wat Non Thai, Nakhon Ratchasima Province

$20.49

Low in Stock

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PDMAB6152

Powerful 2558 B.E. Fulfillment Ball (Kaew Sarapat Nuek) 9-Metal Substance

LP Joy, Wat Non Thai, Nakhon Ratchasima Province

$20.49

Low in Stock

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PDMAB6153

Good Fortune & Tranquil Life! 2558 B.E. Phra NakProk Bai Makham, Silver Medal (1st batch)

LP Joy, Wat Non Thai, Nakhon Ratchasima Province

$75.49

Low in Stock

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PDMAB6154

Good Fortune & Tranquil Life! 2558 B.E. Phra NakProk Bai Makham, 9 Metals Medal (1st batch)

LP Joy, Wat Non Thai, Nakhon Ratchasima Province

$40.49

Low in Stock

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PDMAB6155

Holy Abundant Monk – 2557 B.E. Phra PidTa Pokasap, Silver Amulet (1st batch)

LP Joy, Wat Non Thai, Nakhon Ratchasima Province

$99.99

Out of Stock

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PDMAB6156

Holy Abundant Monk – 2557 B.E. Phra PidTa Pokasap, Bronze Amulet (1st batch)

LP Joy, Wat Non Thai, Nakhon Ratchasima Province

$54.49

Low in Stock

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PDMAB6157

Holy Abundant Monk – 2557 B.E. Phra PidTa Pokasap, Multi-Metal Amulet (1st batch)

LP Joy, Wat Non Thai, Nakhon Ratchasima Province

$32.99

Low in Stock

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PDMAB6158

Properly Blessed Silver Rian Lorh Maha Lap (LP Joy Medal of Wealth)

LP Joy, Wat Non Thai, Nakhon Ratchasima Province

$99.99

Low in Stock

product detail / customize

PDMAB6159

Properly Blessed 9-Metal Rian Lorh Maha Lap (LP Joy Medal of Wealth)

LP Joy, Wat Non Thai, Nakhon Ratchasima Province

$54.49

Low in Stock

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PDMAB6160

Create Secure & Affluent Life - Tao Wet Su Wan, 9 Metals Amulet

LP Joy, Wat Non Thai, Nakhon Ratchasima Province

$54.49

Low in Stock

product detail / customize

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