Preorder > No.1733: LP Goon **Great Riches > PREAB7679
PREAB7679 : Great Riches! Silver Plating with Green Paint Look Sakot Tao Wet Su Wan Amulet (LP Goon, Muen Sila Monastery, Ubon Ratchathani Province) with Katha:
|**Dear customers: This Pre-Order is closed on 3 October 2019 or earlier as temple may alter the closing date. Shipment is around 6 December 2019 or as soon as amulet is delivered from temple. |
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100% Authentic from Temple
Name: Look Sakot Tao Wet Su Wan Amulet
From: LP Goon, Muen Sila Monastery, Ubon Ratchathani Province
Batch: “Siri Sarp Saen Ruay” (great riches)
Year: B.E.2562 (C.E.2019)
Purpose: to earn money donated to build the monk shelter at Muen Sila Monastery.
Material: silver plated metal with green paint
Amount of Making: 300 pieces. / has code and number every piece.
Ceremony: LP Goon properly blesses on the auspicious occasion.
TAO WET SU WAN is the governor of demons and bodyguard of Buddha. His image is usually seen in Buddhist temples. Not only the powerful guardian angel, Tao Wet Su Wan is also praised as ‘god of wealth’ due to meaning of his name “gold”. Worshiping Tao Wet Su Wan is believed to grant a pile of fortune and safety from bad spirits, black magic and bad things.
About Guru Monk:
This is Luangpu Goon from Ubon Ratchathani province aged 84 (2018 C.E.). LP Goon is a clean monk who lives away from modern life preferring to stay simply and solitarily like monks in the past who sought for calmness of mind than anything else. When LP Goon is free, he likes to make holy powder by spelling and writing Yant characters with mass pencil on a slate board. He said Somdej Toh (a pioneer of Phra Somdej amulet and a former abbot of Wat Rakhang, Bangkok whom Thai people highly respect) also did this because in fact concentrating on making holy powder is another way of meditation. When asking LP Goon whom he studied mantras with, he said disciples of Kammathan Phaeng, a great monk of Northeastern Thailand.
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