Look Om Pong Prai Kumarn Dtua Kroo with Takrut Kumarn Tong - Sacred Kumarn Bone Powder Ball for Business & Gambling - Ajarn Apichai Decha

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This 'Dtua Kroo' special Version of Ajarn Apichai's now famouos Look Om Prai Kumarn, is embedded with an extra Takrut Hua Jai Kumarn Tong, is made from extra concentrated prai powders, necromantic earths, funeral pyre ashes, Prai Oils, Herbs, Look Krok and Kumarn Bone powders from Hoeng Prai Kumarn ghosts. The Mixture is Pure Prai Kumarn Powders mixed with Prai Oils, and a blessing affixed, with Hand spell inscriptions on the Takrut, by Ajarn Apichai.

The Invocations of the Kata Pluk Taat See (Invocation of the 4 Elements), Kata Hnun Taat See (turning of the 4 Elements), and the Kata Akarn Sam Sip Sorng (32 components of a physical living being), and the Nibbana Sutta and the application of the 'Wicha Dhamma Dhatu', which brings the Kumarn from the Pardo Realms (Limbo) back into the world using the Look Om as the body of the Kumarn, instead of the Human Conditioned and easy to visualize Kumarn Tong Effigy.

In truth, the spirit world is not so relative to 'Rupa' (the World of physical forms and shapes), rather is more 'Arupa' (formless) in Nature, and thus, the Magical Invocation of Kumarn Tong, Look Krok, and other Prai Devas and Ghosts such as the Mae Nang pPrai, do not really require that the 'body' (physical object used for the spirit to inhabit) of the Ghost, be a statue or image of the spirit in Human Form, rather, can be Invoked in any form at all, including for example, the Look Om Pong Prai Kumarn powder ball.

The powder ball functions much like the Prai Grasip Hoeng Prai Ghost Whisperer so famously popular for Gambling Success, and timely forewarning of danger and Lucky Streaks.

Ajarn Apichai, although now becoming extremely popular, and having to produce more amulets than ever before, remains Humble and true to his frugal way of Life, and likes to use the Motto; "If i don't have any powers, no benefits will arise from the amulets, but if i do, then you will notice a difference yourself - the knowledge and proof of Magic comes as 'Bajjatang' (self intuited, self initiated, and known only be oneself from within, not by faith in the words of others)"

Look Om

By this, he means of course, that you should not simply believe, but should notice for yourself if you get any imnproved results from using his amulets. In truth, one should notice definite results with amulets, if not, either they have no power, or, you are not performing properly with the amulet. Or even both reasons, as even a fake amulet can cause a Miracle if the Faith of the Devotee is strong enough in the image, but improper Bucha or attitude towards amulets is always a cause of no power, be the amulet a real, or a fake.

Buddha Images for example, are not always Blessed, as in some countries the Buddhists do not perform Ritual Magic to Empower Images, simply, worship them for their symbolic traits, and attain Miraculous experiences despite the fact of the Image not being empowered. The word 'Fake' is this not used to refer to 'Non-Blessed' Items, rather, to refer to Images that are deliberately made to imitate rare and expensive famous editions of Masrterpiece Amulets. No Buddha Image can be fake, but can be a reproduction image, which is still because of the Nature of the Image, sacred.

The Powder balls of Ajarn Apichai are visibly rich and coarse in the purity of Muan Sarn used for the Prai Kumarn powders, and are invited to be tested for their power by Ajarn Apichai, who confidently faces this challenge, with the strong belief in his abilities which say 'don't believe in me just from reading this.. test my amulets and see for yourself, and  then you will see if you wish to continue to Bucha my amulets further, according to the amount of power you have been able to notice coming from my amulets.'

Ajarn Apichai lays down the rule though, that if you do not believe in the Lineage of the Kroo ba Ajarn of Phu Rasi Paetcharat, at least you should never disdain or speak badly of the Lineage, for this would bring great misfortune. He also gives this teaching to all those who Bucha his amulets;

"If there are no Maras, our Merits cannot become Manifest, for our Merits to be revealed, we need the Maras to come and test us (our patience, tolerance, metta..). Real magic, that was made properly must be noticeably real from the results which arise, and will be seen by the Seeker, for His or Her self. Truth is a personal experience, which can only be known through your own mind and experience.. this will be the method of measurement of the power of my amulets, and the outcome of your resistance to temptations of the Maras, will be part of the cause of that power, which comes not only from the past and the Lineage of the Kroo ba Ajarn, but also continues into the present through the streamflow of Lineage magic, which is transmitted, empowered to and emanated through you, the devotee. How well you practice, will affect how well your amulets are able to provide Miraculous Assistance".

Look Om Prai Kumarn Dtua Kroo

Kata Pluk Look Om

Aehi Jid-Dtang Jidt-Dta Pantang Pakinimae Jidt-Dta Pantang Bpiyang Ma-Ma

This Kata is used for all Maha Samaeh and Maha Lap type amulets from Ajarn Apichai

Always Chant the Maha Namasakara (Namo Tassa) 3 Times, before Chanting Specific Kata for any Amulets.

How to Chant Namo Tassa (Maha Namasakara) and the Triple Refuge (Trai Saranakom)

Then use the Kata Aaraatanaa Pra Krueang to beseech blessings from the Takrut and to empower further it throughout your life, each time that you chant.

Kata Aaraatana Pra Krueang is a specialized Kata for chanting when putting on amulets, taking them off, or when leaving the house or travelling. The Kata asks for protection and blessings to go with you.

Before chanting to any amulets, you should always chant Namo Dtassa, and/or the Kata to ask for refuge (Kata Dtrai Saranakom) the Triple Gem first

Kata for Chanting to Amulets (Kata Aaratanaa Pra Krueang)

Puttang Aaraatanaanang Tammang Aaraatanaanang Sangkang Aaraatanaanang

Puttang Prasittimae Tammang Prasittimae Sangkang Prasittimae

Chant this Kata 3 times whenever you are about to wear amulets, and also when you take them off.

Download Sound File Pronunciation Tutorials; Kata Aaratanaa Pra Krueang (slow) | Kata Aaratanaa Pra Krueang (Fast Fluent)

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