Choo Chok Ha Kin (Jujaka Begging) 6.5 x 2.5 Inch Carved Wooden Bucha Statue with Chinabanchorn Powder - Nuea Mai Khanun Gae (jackfruit tree) - Por Tan Khai - Wat Lam Nao - Only 9 ever Made

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Special limited edition of Choo Chok hand carved statues made from 'Mai Khanun' - the wood of the Jackfruit tree. Mai Khanun is believed to increment and nourish Prosperity and increase the general good fortune and wealth. Choo Chok of course, represents the Luckiest beggar, with the power to charm anyone into handing over their money or possessions.

Thus, the sacred wiid and the Choo Chok magic combine to make a very powerful spell for receiving gifts and large sums of money, and for having your way and never being refused your requests.

The hollow center of the base is filled with Luang Phu Khai's famous Sacred Chinabanchorn powders, which has hand inscription of Sacred Na Choo Chok for Lucky Riches and Power to ask without refusal.

Only 9 of these Bucha statues were made and blessed with the empowerment of Luang Phu Khai and the Lineage of Kroo Ba Ajarn of the Khao Or Magical Tradition.

Sacred Khom Agkhara spells are inscribed upon and around the base of the statue, which depicts the wandering beggar Choo Chok with his begging sack full of treasures. Choo Chok magic is the ability to always get whatever one ask or wishes for, with incredible luck. Choo Chok was the wiliest beggar the world has ever seen with such a way of getting whatever he asked for, that nothing would ever be refused to him.

Choo Chok is a wealth attractor for both Businessmen, Merchants and especially good for travelling salesmen. this is Due to Choo Chok appearing in the Jatakas, in the last incarnation of the Buddha, before he was born as Siddhatta.

He (the Buddha), was previously born as the Prince Vessantara, and completed the Perfection of Giving. Choo Chok played a leading role in Prince Vessantara's completion of the perfection, by asking the Prince for his children. Prince Vessantara conceded, and let go of his ultimate possessions and attained the ‘Maha Dhana Baramee’ (Perfection of Giving).

The fact that Choo Chok was able to even ask for somebody’s children and get them, shows the immense attraction and power of Metta Mahaniyom which the beggar Choo Chok possesses. This is the reson why the Choo Chok Deity is suh a powerful attractor of riches, because Choo Chok has a special Baramee that allows even the least likely gifts to be given with the greatest of ease. Sales are made so easily with Choo Chok to help.

Kata Choo Chok for Riches

Idti Sugadto Chanaa Supo Choo Cha-Go Sugadto Idti

Alternative Version Kata Choo Chok
Al-Lum Bpatamang Pandtae Bpurisowaa Idtheewaa Turaehiwaa Samibpaehiwaa Thaerassa-aanupaawaena Sataahodti Bpiyang Ma Ma

Kata Hua Jai (Heart Mantra):

Om Sappa jittang Bpiyang Ma Ma

Above; Highly Sacred Chinabanchorn Powders fill the base of the statue, which has been inscribed with Khom Sanskrit Agkhara Inscriptions.

The whole perimeter of the base of the statue is filled with Khom Agkhara Invocations, encircling the base.

The statue is 6.5 Inches high and 2.5 Inches Wide at the base. The Sacred Agkhara Spells wer inscribed by Khao Or Lay Master, Ajarn Plien, and then given for Blessing and Empowerment to Luang Phu Khai.

The Choo Chok were placed along with a number of other specially made items for Luang Phu to Bless, and then for the Khao Or Masters, including Luang Por Prohm, Por Tan Koi, and other great Sorceors of the 1000 year old Khao Or school of Sorcery to empower.

It is the close Looksit of these Monks who has assisted them in fundraising by creating this special edition that was not officially or publicly advertized.

We were very lucky to have received a number of the special items blessed in the above Ceremonies, which were not issued for public release through official channels.

Kata Bucha Por Tan (Luang Phu) Khai

Por Tan Khai is known for his love of chanting the kata Chinabanchorn - for this reason, the best way to Bucha Por tan Khai is to chant the Maha Namasakara 9namo tassa) 3 times, and then the Kata Chinabanchorn, with also if wished, the Kata for his Mentor por Tan Klai Wajasit.

Kata Chinabanchorn (History)

How to Chant the Chinabanchorn Kata (video and sound + text phonetics + English translation)

Below; Luang Phu Khai of Wat Lam Nao, Nakorn Sri Tammarat

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