PDMAC1769 : PRO Lucky No.7824 Holy collection B.E.2521 LP Waen in standing posture medal (LP Waen, Wat Doi Mae Pung, Chiang Mai province) with Katha:
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Name: B.E.2521 LP Waen in standing posture medal
From: LP Waen, Wat Doi Mae Pung, Chiang Mai province
Year: B.E.2521 (C.E.1978)
Size: 2 cm x 3.6 cm
Purpose of Making : to give amulet to police and soldiers who dedicated their lives for serve nation.
Ceremony: KP Waen properly blessed this medal by himself with mantra and mind stream.
Powerful: Luang Pu Waen was a holy powerful monk of Thailand. Thai people believe LP Waen amulet can protect them from danger, harm and bad things. By the way, there is excellent to bring wealth, good business and happiness to worshiper.
Present : Backside with yantra symbol to increase the power.
Biography of LP Waen:
Luang Pu Waen Sujinno was born on 16 January 1887 in Tambon Na Pong, Muang District of Loei Province to a blacksmith's family. He was named Yarn and had one elder sister. He ordained as a novice in 1896 at Wat Bodhi Chai in Na Pong at the age of nine to fulfill the wish of his mother when she died while he was five years old. He studied with a number of teachers and later ordained as a monk at a temple in Hua Taparn District of Ubon Ratchathani at the age of 21.
Among the many teachers he studied with was Luang Pu Mun Bhuridatto in Udon Thani province who taught him the pursuance of a secluded life and the practice of meditation and Dhamma in the jungles. Subsequently LP Waen travelled very widely in the Northeast of Thailand in search of isolated places where he could meditate. His travelling also took him to Bangkok where he met Chao Khun Phra Upali Gunupamacariya of Wat Bovoranives in 1921 with whom LP Waen spent several years studying and practising the Dhamma. Later Chao Khun Phra Upali took him to Wat Chedi Luang in Chiangmai where LP Waen decided to change from the Maha-Nikaya sect of Buddhism to the stricter Dhammayut sect.
LP Waen travelled extensively by foot through jungles and across mountains and even ventured to Burma and India where he paid homage to several historic Buddhist sites. However, in 1955 news of a foot injury sustained during his stay in seclusion of Wat Paa Ban Pong in Mae Tang District, Chiang Mai, reached Phra Ajaan Noo Suchitto of Wat Doi Mae Pung who later arranged for LP Waen to stay in Wat Doi Mae Pung permanently. LP Waen passed away on Tuesday, July 2, 1985 at MaHaRaj hospital in Chiang Mai province.
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