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Biography of Maechee Boonruean Tongboonterm:

Maechee (Maechee: nun) Boonruean Tongboonterm (Nun Boonruean Tongboonterm), a famous nun of Thailand was born on Sunday the 4th March 1894 in Ayutthaya Province. Her former name is Mrs. Boonruean Klinphaka.
She lived in a poor family. She studied reading and writing Thai and doing the housework from her parents until she could do those well. When she was young, she met LP Phring, an abbot of Wat Bangpakok at that time who inspired her to learn dharma of Buddha, make merit and do meditation. Then she got married to a policeman Mr. Joi Tongboonterm who worked at Samphanthawong District Police Station, but she didn't have a child.
She and her husband loved making merit and dharma. They often went to the temple. Her husband got ordained as a monk for one year. After her husband resigned, she got ordained as a nun at Wat Samphanthawong until she became an expert in intensive meditation. In 1936, her husband died by the accident that she was 42 at that time. Nun Boonruean has a lot of supernatural power and used it to help people.
She passed away on the 7th September 1964. Although she has gone, people always remember her because she did a lot of good things and gave people a favor. Nowadays, there is Nun Boonruean Statue located at Wat Awutwikasitaram or also called Wat Bangphladnork, Bangkok.

**These are some cases of the supernatural of Nun Boonruean:

1. At night in June 1927, Nun Boonruean felt annoyed her husband because he kept gnashing. So, she made a wish that she got in the pavilion located at the police station where her husband worked. Suddenly, she appeared in the pavilion. She told her friends but they didn't believe her. Her friends wanted to prove the truth of that. They asked Nun Boonruean to disappear to the pavilion again, but they locked windows and a door of the pavilion. Unbelievably, Nun Boonruean could get in there for a second time!

2. She could cure the sick people and made them absolutely recover from their illness such as the first case, the handicapped old man who had a bent back and weak legs. Nun Boonruean only said to the old man "Put down the walking stick and walk strongly", suddenly the old man's back was gradually straight and he could walk like normal people. The second case, the man who had such a serious stomach ache at night, he couldn't sleep at all. Nun Boonruean said to the man "You will have no pain tonight". Incredibly, that night the man had no pain at all and after that he recovered from his serious stomach ache.

3. Nun Boonruean had special ears. She could hear everything. One day, she went to cure the madam who had painful legs at her house. When Nun Boonruean finished curing, madam gave her money for going home. When Nun Boonruean had gone, madam told her husband what Nun Boonruean treated her and the money she gave Nun Boonruean. Her husband got upset and blamed Nun Boonruean. Following morning, Nun Boonruean came to madam's house and gave money back to madam. That shows Nun Boonruean heard what madam's husband said.

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