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PDMAB8198 : Protection & Well-being LP Sudjai Amulet Phutthakhun Powder with Phaya Tao Ruean Back (LP Sudjai, Wat Aranyik, Chainat Province) with Katha:
100% Authentic from Temple
Name: LP Sudjai Amulet
From: LP Sudjai, Wat Aranyik, Chainat Province
Year: B.E. 2562 (C.E. 2019)
Material: Phutthakhun (Buddha’s grace) powder from herbs.
Size: width 2.2 x height 3 cm
Purpose of Making: A token of event “Fang Look Nimit” B.E.2562. Proceeds for developing and restoring the temple.
Ceremony: LP Sudjai abbot properly blessed this amulet on the auspicious occasion.
Powerful: LP Sudjai amulet will protect the worshiper from harm, accidents, ghosts and bad things as well as bringing good fortune and helping to pass the difficulties.
Present: There is a picture of “Phaya Tao Ruean” on the back to increase the power.
Phaya Tao Ruean (holy turtle) relates to Buddha’s story that Buddha was once born as a turtle. It is a symbol of Fortune, Longevity, Richness and Ascendancy. Who has worshiped Phaya Tao Ruean will find happiness and prosperity, longevity as a turtle, uninterrupted money, do good trading with no profit loss, thriving business and progressive work.
About LP Sudjai:
Luang Pho Sudjai is abbot of Wat Aranyik, Chainat Province. He is a kind of pilgrim monk; solitary and doesn't care about money and stuff offering. He eats only one meal a day and never asks for donations from people. Every day, people come to him to seek about their destiny and business because LP Sudjai can tell people’s fortune that he does for free in order to make merit.
FYI: “Look Nimit” is a round object with size about a monk’s alms bowl usually made of stone used as a mark around the Buddhist chapel or Ubosot; to properly separate the area for monks to do religious rites.
A ceremony to bury Look Nimit is known as “Fang Look Nimit” or formally called “Phuk Phatthasima”. This ceremony has been conventionally done when the Ubosot is completely built.
There are 9 Look Nimit around the Ubosot; 1 in the middle of the Ubosot and the rest in 8 directions. Before burying Look Nimit, 4 monks walk and bless at the fixed points from the east to the east called “Suad Thak Sima”. Next, monks assemble in the Ubosot and bless again. After that, a monk releases Look Nimit from the basket into each hole where there will be “Sema” built on the ground as a symbol.
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