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PDMAD4530b : Respect Worship - Luck & Business Painted Ji Gong Crazy Monk Statue (KB Khampeng, Arsom Sukhawadi (Makha Ngam Monastery), Kamphaeng Phet Province)
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Name: the painted Ji Gong (Crazy Monk) statue

From: KB Khampeng, Arsom Sukhawadi (Makha Ngam Monastery), Kamphaeng Phet Province

Name: Heng Ruay Dee 66

Year: 2566 BE(2023 CE)

Origin: Thailand

Material:resin mixed with ore

Feature: There are holy objects under the statue to add power: gems (for wealth), 8 star amulets (for luck) and Bagua (for protection).

Quantity Built: 59 pcs

Purpose: Donate the money for develop and restore the buildings in the temple.

Consecration: This statue was properly blessed by KB Khampeng.

Power: Ji Kong is a kind deity. He will bring happiness, good luck and wealth to your family and business.

How to Use: Place the Ji Gong statue on the altar. Offer tea, plain water or both every day.

The Story of Ji Gong:

The 11th Century Chinese monk Daoji is commonly known by the name Ji Gong. He was a Chan Buddhist monk of the Southern Song Dynasty in ancient China. He was born with the name of Li Xiuyuan. Daoji was also known by the name Hu Yin which meant ‘Recluse from the Lake’ and Elder Fang Yuan, ‘Squared Circle’.

The image of Ji Gong is romanticised as a dishevelled monk wearing a monk’s hat emblazoned with the Chinese character ‘Buddha’ while carrying a worn-out reed fan in one hand and a wine gourd in the other. After his passing, Ji Gong became somewhat of a folk hero and minor deity in Chinese Taoist folk religion and later became the Buddhist figure that he is known as today. He is frequently mentioned in Chinese folktales, koans (Chan Buddhist parables) and is sometimes invoked by temple mediums to assist in people’s affairs.

Ji Gong is said to have possessed supernatural powers that arose due to his spiritual attainments. He would often aid the poor with his abilities and stand up to injustices inflicted upon the downtrodden. However, he was also known for his wild and eccentric behavior, especially for his love of alcohol and meat which were considered sacrilegious amongst the Buddhist clergy of his time. This is consistent with the tantric tradition of Buddhism.

Although tantra never really gained mainstream acceptance in China, many aspects of Ji Gong’s life seem to be consistent with that of a great tantric adept – a mahasiddha. The tradition of mahasiddhas arose in India during the later period of Buddhism when great practitioners led the life of wandering yogins who engaged in tantric sadhanas at charnel grounds and achieved great realisations. These itinerant yogins are frequently characterised by their often-controversial behaviour of drinking alcohol, eating meat and so forth.

As far as Ji Gong is concerned, there is no evidence to suggest that he ever received tantric transmissions or ever practiced tantric sadhanas. Nonetheless, his behaviour has all the hallmarks of a mahasiddha. This is probably due to the fact that his mahasiddha-like behaviour was because he operated from the ultimate truth. This is in contrast with the rest of us, who operate from the standpoint of conventional truth.

Conventional truth focuses mainly on the ordinary matters of daily lives, which are centred on our ego and attachment. In Buddhism, there are many conventional truths and they differ according to our background, upbringing and experience. People hang on to these truths but, in reality, they have no real concrete basis as they are impermanent and are based on values we project on them. On the other hand, the ultimate truth is singular and based upon the nature of reality, which is that all things are free of inherent existence. In Buddhism, this is the highest wisdom and the ultimate truth.

One can achieve this view of the ultimate truth through the tantric path or through other methods such as the beautiful Zen/Chan tradition of Buddhism. Hence, those of us with the conventional view would perceive a great practitioner’s behaviour as controversial or crazy, since we perceive his actions based on our conventional perception and our limited view. The mahasiddha example and explanation is used not so much as to suggest Ji Gong was a tantric practitioner but to shed light on the meaning of his controversial actions.

(Reference: www.tsemrinpoche.com)

About the Guru Monk:

KB Khampeng (birth: 1941, death: 25 May 2024). He got ordained in BE2533 (CE1990) at Wat Khao Sukrim, Chanthaburi Province. KB Khampeng is very expert at meditation and amulets especially in charm, luck and wealth guaranteed by many people’s experiences.

Kruba Khampeng Who Can Transfer Universal Energy:

Kruba Khampeng is a monk who succeeded in many fields of meditation practice. Because he follows the path of Bodhisattva (Buddha), meditation of Kruba Khampeng is better than other monks’ who have a different way of meditation practice.

Kruba Khampeng specializes in Borikam Phawana, a kind of meditation by chanting along in mind. In those days, Kruba Khampeng could do Borikam Phawana 18 hours a day continuously for many years. But these days, due to his senility, Kruba Khampeng can do Borikam Phawana only 8 hours a day.

Not only Borikam Phawana, Kruba Khampeng is also good at Kasina, visual meditation by looking at and focusing mind on an object.

Having been practicing several kinds of meditation for a long time, Kruba Khampeng discovered wonderful sacred knowledge such as Maha Aoot Kong Kaphan (invulnerability), Metta (loving-kindness), etc. and above all he knows “Knowledge of Transferring Universal Energy”.

Knowledge of Transferring Energy is not new. Every magic guru in the past knew it. But at present a few people know it.

In fact, energy settles in every object, human and animal. Meanwhile it can impel and attract including dissolving itself. Compared to water that can move from one place to another place and evaporates into clouds. And when having too much humidity, the clouds can become the rain, like what it originally comes from.

Energy never dies. It cycles again and again in the Universe. Person who obtains the best meditation practice can apply universal energy to his purposes. Although that sounds mysterious and difficult, Kruba Khampeng has discovered it. He succeeded in transferring universal energy to his body and any object. This energy, Kruba Khampeng means the Sun and the Moon because everything in the world even tiny grass receives energy from them both.

Necessarily, Kruba Khampeng revealed that in our world there is also much energy from hermits and monks who achieved the most advanced meditation. It will be very useful if we can use that energy.

Every time Kruba Khampeng blesses amulets, he always transfers universal energy that includes energy of those hermits and monks. So every amulet by Kruba Khampeng has real power. Some people can touch the power of his amulets. They said when touching the amulet they had the feel of softly flowing electrical stream from the amulet.

In fact, if our mind is still enough, we can touch the holy energy that will be very useful for developing our meditation because when we touch the holy energy our mind will go more deeply in meditation and it can be also developed to telepathy.

Real Experience:

These are amazing experiences about Kruba Khampeng’s amulets told by owners.

“I feel amulet by Kruba Khampeng is so excellent in people kindness. I have worshiped Mae Uma Yim first batch and Mae Uma charm oil.”

“I work in an office. At first I don’t believe. But after worshiping because my colleague told me to try an amulet by Kruba Khampeng. Now, I am very pleased with it because it makes me do anything easily and my boss is no longer bossy with me.”

“One day, I burned a picture of Kruna Khampeng. When the fire stopped, I found the face to shoulder of Kruba Khampeng is not burnt. It was amazing because the fire was so hot nothing especially paper had to burn up. I put the left picture in a casing and wear it on my neck.”

“I’m a mother. My son is one years old. I bought Takrut Preechayan by Kruba Khampeng. I know that it is good about wits. One day, my baby son naughtily sucked the Takrut. I took it out of his mouth because I was afraid my son might swallow it. That night, I noticed my son was not crying and easy to feed up. I was very surprised and bought 2 more Takrut.”

“After I worship Guan Yin amulet and Mae Uma amulet by Kruba Khampeng, I found myself luckier especially in finance like I prayed to Guan Yin and Mae Uma for help. A few days later, I could deal with customer who had canceled. Shortly after, I got money from my senior relative. And then I won the lottery. That all was very amazing.”


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