Khun Phaen Rae Koh Larn Fang Ploi Lek Lai Powders Good Health & Wealth Amulet Blessed in 9 Ceremonies with Luang Por Sakorn
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Pra Khun Phaen Nuea Wan Plai Dam Pasom Rae Koh Larn Fang Ploi Sek Maha Pokasap, Released Citca 2550 BE, in special and rarely perofmed Buddha Abhiseka blessing ceremony with the late great Luang Por Sakorn, of Wat Non Grub, at Wat Koh Larn, after 8 previous Buddha Abhiseka blessing ceremonies around the country, with other great living and deceased Master Monks such as Luang Phu Hongs of Wat Petchburi. The amulet contains a high quantity of ground Rae Koh Larn powders, Wan Plai Dam, and Pong Prai Kumarn of Luang Phu Tim from Luang Por Sakorn. A very rare amulet to encounter from a temple know for its ver few editions, and rarity, due to popularity through belief in the healing and protective powers of Rae Koh Larn Kaya Siddhi substance, and the Pong Prai Kumarn and blessings ofg Luang Por Sakorn
Rae Koh Larn is a prized Sacred Elemental substance from natural source of Koh Larn island. It is famous for its power to ward off Illnesses, those who revere it state that illnesses are kept at bay and the wearer remains healthy. It is also famous for its Kong Grapan and Maha Lap properties which protect from deadly accidents and increase wealth with those who work hard.
Hin Kho Larn ks the majot ingredient for the Muan Sarn Sacred Powders of this Pra Khun Phaen. Hin Koh Larn, is a sacred alchemy stone for protection, wealth and good health. It is very useful for spiritual and Reiki healing to use as a channeling medium for the Chi/Prana energy to transmit it through the stone and rub over the affected areas of the body, or can also be immersed in prayer water for spraying on living beings or on your wares for selling to bring lucky fortunes and imbue Metta into objects.
This kind of Lek Lai family substance is a Kaya Siddhi elemental, primarily associated with healing [ower, and protective powers, as well as for wealt attraction purposes. Using the substance to invoke and empower a Pra Khun Phaen amulet, which is pure Metta Mahaniyom, Maha Sanaeh, Kaa Khaay, Maha Lap Kong Grapan Chadtri and Klaew Klaad in one, results in a very pooiwerfuol Khun Phaen for businessmen and sales increase. The amulet has Ploi Sek Maha Pokasap Enchanted Gemstones inserted in the front face for wealth attraction
The Koh Larn Elemental Mineral Substance is highly sought after in the present day since its removal from the island has now been restricted and is no longer allowed, after its healing proerties became widespread news and Thai Devotees began to seek it out in large numbers around the whole country.
It has gained reputation as a powerful lens for healing Energy and its ability to suck out negative energies, returning sufferers of bad health to normal and improving many ailments.
Kata Lek Lai- How to Worship Lek Lai Taat Gaayasit (Kaya Siddhi)
Lek Lai – is a Mysterious Sacred substance which is the subject of Legendary Tales of Miracle Powers which has become a Cult Phenomenon in recent years, due to the ease of access to information enabled by modern Media such as the internet, as well as being due to Marketing scams. Lek Lai used to be presented in only a few forms, shapes and sizes. Now however, there are literally hundreds of different looking substances which those who believe in this elusive miracle substance consider to be Lek Lai, or Lek Lai derivatives. Lek Lai has been used as an ingredient for mixing into amulets for centuries, as well as being used as a magical element in its own right.
Bucha method when Inviting Lek Lai into the Home
Light 12 Incense sticks, and inform the Local Deities and Ghosts about your intentions, and ask their blessing and to protect the household. Bai Sri cones, or, if not available, flower offerings. Honey offerings (one small glass can be placed to the side of the Lek Lai, you don’t have to immerse the Lek Lai in the honey). Perform Bucha Ceremonial Offerings every Full Moon, and lay the Lek Lai out to bathe in the Moonlight, to increase the power of the Lek Lai, and then feed it honey.
Kata Anchern lek Lai
(Kata for asking the Lek Lai to allow you to take it and wear it with you – from ‘Jao Khun Pra Putai Sawan Worakun, or, Luang Por Hone, of Wat Putai Sawan).
Na Mo Dtassa Pakawadto Arahadto Sammaa Samputtassa (3 times)