Lek Lai Chi Ba Khaw/ Khai Muk Guan Im (White Lek Lai/Kwan Yin Pearls) Protective Luck Bringer and powerful meditative tool
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White Lek Lai, or Lek Lai Chee Ba Khaw is an extremely rare substance. It is a Kaya Siddhi element with a Deva inhabiting it. Its properties and miraculous powers are legendary both for their protective magic and the ability to increase luck and prosperity. Beware of Fake Items on Ebay, for there is a lot of faked Lek Lai products there.
Khai Muk Guan Im is a type of Element that occurs extremely rarely in Natire. The Tibetan lamas like to carry this with them, because they are found exclusively in caves in the Tibetan region, Chiang Tung (Myanmar), and in the Northern Region of Laos.
In Thailand, it is found in some of the deep mountain forests of the Northern Regions. White Lek Lai, or, Kwan Yin Pearls, like cold weather, thus possess an elemental force of coolness. Amongst its powers, are claimed to be the power of Klaew Klaad (evasion of dangers, enemies, fatal accidents), the power to disappear and reappear, and cannot be melted or stretched even with heat, unless the person trying to stretch it possesses the Wicha and Kata for coaxing Lek Lai into its liquid form. White Lek Lai also is endowed with the power to make magical things happen. It can grow, split and multiply or even shrink.
Price is per piece - picture is to show how size of Lek Lai can slightly differ with each piece
It is sometimes used in the making of other amulets as part of the composition, but this can only be successfully achieved if it is attempted by a Master of Wicha Lek Lai, and uses the correct Kata Akom to command the Lek Lai to bind with the amulet.
Kwan Yin Pearls can see the future and will know when its owner will die, and will disappear before it happens, to find its new owner or return to whence it came from.
Thai people call this Sacred Magical Element by various names; Khai Muk Guan Im (Kwan Yin Pearls), lek Lai Khaw (White Lek Lai), Lek Lai Chee Ba Khaw (Buddhist Nun Lek Lai), Lek Lai Nam Neung, Khai Muk Tham (Cave Pearls), and 'Khai Hin Dtan' (blunt stone eggs)
You can order stainless steel bubble casing if wished at an extra cost.
Some Gaeji Ajarn call them 'Paya Ngu Phueak' (albino king snake). It is reputed to be an immensely powerful tool of focus for practicing Samadhi (meditating). It is believed to be a great auspicious blessing and luck bringer to carry it on your person or keep in the house.
In Geology, this substance possesses a density/hardness of 10 Moles, which is at least the same hardness or more, than diamonds!
They do not normally break if hammered or hit with a hard object, and cannot be cut. It is said to have the same power as pure Lek Lai Kayasiddhi elemental metals, and Saree Rikathat Buddha Relics. They are of course also very similar in appearance to the relics of the Lord Buddha himself, which results in this extremely rare substance being extremely sought after by devotees of the Lord Buddha, as well as Meditators, Lamas, Ruesi and praticioners of Yogic and Magical Traditions. It is a heavy substance and feels noticeably heavier than it should for its size.