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PREAB6543 : Happy Abundant! Copper Phaya Tao Ruean Phra Sivali Langkawong (Pang Jok Bat) Medal (LP Noon, Wat Pa Phutthamok, Sakon Nakhon Province)
with Katha: Sivali_Master
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Size width 3 cm x height 4.2 cm


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Name: Phaya Tao Ruean Phra Sivali Langkawong (Pang Jok Bat)

From: LP Noon, Wat Pa Phutthamok, Sakon Nakhon Province

Origin: Thailand

Material: copper

Size: width 3 cm x height 4.2 cm

Amount: made 1,999 pieces.

Batch: Ruay Maha Heng

Year: B.E. 2562 (C.E.2019)

Purpose of Making: to earn donations for developing and restoring the temple.

Ceremony: holy blessing by LP Noon on the auspicious occasion.

Pang Jok Bat: a posture putting hand in alms bowl to mean “never shortage and poverty”.

Phra Sivali (also Sivali Thera) is widely venerated among Theravada Buddhists, typically depicted standing upright and carrying a monk’s stuff most familiarly with an umbrella and alms bowl. Phra Sivali was an enlightened disciple of Buddha. Received praise from Buddha as the “miraculous monk for fortune”. With lots of merit he did with pure faith during his lifetime especially offering honey to Buddha, people believe that worshipers of Phra Sivali will never get starving and encounter poverty.

Phaya Tao Ruean, a turtle amulet has played in Thai belief for a long time. In many cultures for example China, a turtle is a symbol of long life. Turtle also relates to Buddha’s story that Buddha was once born as a turtle. In Thailand, you can see turtle amulets or sculptures placed in houses and establishments especially a shop mostly wished for wealth and business. People believe Phaya Tao Ruean amulets can bring them more money and help them sell well.

About Guru Monk:
This is Luangpho Noon, abbot of Wat Pa Phutthamok in Sakon Nakhon Province (Northeastern Thailand) (born: 6 June 1952, ordained: 25 March 1979). He is a disciple of LP Lersi Lingdam (Wat Tha Sung, Uthai Thani Province) that many Thai people highly respect in his dharma teachings and meditation. Amulets from LP Noon can help worshiper in many aspects for example protection, good luck and career.

Real Experiences of Worshipers:
1) One worshiper said that Phra Kring Phet Klab from LP Noon helped him overcome the obstacles and get the job easily.
2) Another two worshipers won the lottery with Phra Somdej Noon Duang from LP Noon. A man and his friend bought the lottery using the number of amulet they each got. The announcement told their numbers exactly.
3) Another experience is about protection. A man told that amulet from LP Noon made him miss the accident wonderfully.

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