PDMPR456 : PRO Lucky No.7824 Phaya Wanon Aoom Sarp (Lucky Monkey King) Great Wealth 168 (LP Rak, Wat Sutthawad Wipatsana, Ayutthaya Province ) with Katha:
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Name: Phaya Wanon Aoom Sarp (Lucky Monkey King) Great Wealth 168
Material: White gold metal and uncut bottom - normal
Build: 90 pcs
Serial number: 82
From: LP Rak, Wat Sutthawad Wipatsana, Ayutthaya Province
Batch: Maha Pokasarp 168 = Great Wealth 168
Year: B.E.2563 (C.E.2020)
Size: 1.3 cm x 3 cm
Power: This Monkey King by LP Rak will bring owner money and good luck as well as help prevent dangerous and bad things.
About Guru Monk:
Luangpho Rak (abbot of Wat Sutthawad Wipatsana) is a well- known guru monk in Ayutthaya province, old city of Thailand for powerful mind power from meditation.
LP Rak was born on 17 December B.E. 2515 (C.E. 1972). LP Rak has been interested in Buddhism since he was a child. When he was free, he studied Khmer Yant (Khmer magical script). When he was 19, he got ordained as a novice staying at Wat Jaemratsattatam, Samut Prakan Province. He learnt dharma, meditation and Katha from LP Sa-ard who is a disciple of LP Parn of Wat Bang Hia, a superb guru monk in the past. In B.E. 2542 (C.E. 1999), he got ordained as a monk at Wat Lakchai, Ayutthaya. He continued studying Buddhist scriptures until he graduated.
LP Rak has developed Wat Sutthawad Wipatsana as the place for dharma and meditation for people without any fee because he wants people to be a good person having mindfulness. Today, Wat Sutthawad Wipatsana is officially opened as 13th dharma and meditation center in Ayutthaya Province. For magical ability, he consecrates amulets with strong mind power, so his amulets are powerful.
Luangpho Rak blesses amulets very powerfully by using his strong mind power. This makes his amulets give worshipers a lot of miracles such as good luck, business and protection; saving lives of people from fatal accidents.
A picture of LP Rak holding bag and alms bowl was taken by disciple who is Singaporean when he followed LP Rak in morning alms round. This picture the temple made into poster, amulet, statue and locket that people who have worshiped found miracles by themselves such as doing business well, having money without shortage and surviving from fatal accidents.
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