Look Om Praison Sanaeh Jantr - Nuea Wan Maha Sanaeh Ta Tong - Wat Mani Praison Free + Casing for Orders Over 69$
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Look Om Praison Sanaeh Jantr Pim A Ongk Kroo Pised - Nuea Wan Maha Sanaeh Pasom Pong Prai - Special release from Wat Mani Prasont in Mae Sod (Tak Province), with further Blessings at Wat Mae Ya and other temples.
Look Om Sanaeh Jantr of Wat Mani Praisont, in Amper Mae Sod, was released along with a series of Pra Khun Phaen special edition amulets, after a very special and powerful Buddha Abhiseka Ceremony. A host of the Great Old Living Master Monks of the Northern Lanna Lineage in the Present Era were present, including the great Kroo Ba Krong of Payao, who is considered a High Arya Sangha of the Kroo Ba Srivichai Lineage.
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The amulets were passed through various temples with different Masters performing their personal blessings, making this small and now already almost completely depleted edition both a rarity, and yet another Sacred Collector's Classic, which is sure to become a counterpart of the History of the Thai Lanna Amulet Pantheon.
One special aspect of this edition of amulets, is that it has completely circumvented the official amulet trader circles and has not been promoted to the general public by marketeers.
We at Thailand Amulets only got wind of the edition through direct contact with Pra Ajarn Gorp Chai of Wat Mae Ya temple in Tak with whom we have a direct contact and receive amulets from Sacred Temples and Masters of the Northern Lanna region through his kindness to inform us, and allow us to support their fundraising activities by donating funds in exchange for amulets which we are happy to distribute for these selected temples of his Lineage Masters.
The Muan Sarn Sacred Powders used for the amulets include a host of sacred ingredients, including sacred Powders from broken amulets from old editions of Great Lanna Masters such as Luang Phu Kroo Ba Bpan, Arahant Hair, Flowers used for Monks to Pray to sacred Images and Chedi Stupas, and broken pieces of the famous ancient Pra Kru Na Doon amulets, all broken down into the Muan Sarn Sacred Powders.
Look Om powder ball amulets are highly renowned for their Maha Sanaeh, Kaa Khaay, Maha Lap, Kong Grapan Chadtri and Klaew Klaad Power. The Look Om Sanaeh Jantr is a powerful Metta Maha Niyom and Maha Sanaeh Mercy Charm with Kaa Khaay Power to do good commerce and induce Helpfulness and Support from others.
It protects against Black Magick and helps to forewarn of pending dangers. The Look Om Praison Sanaeh Jantr is Unisex, and can be used by Men, Women and Gay Persons, as a Seduction and Mercy Charm amulet,
Above; The Great Kroo Ba Or assists with his added empowerments and blessings on the amulets
The amulets were empowered with a Piti Pluk Sek (Spellcasting Ritual), of extra special Empowerment by some of the Great Gaeji Ajarn Monks present to make this edition as Sacred and Powerful as Possible.
Wat Mani Praison is a highly respected temple of the Lanna Region, and is Renowned for its large number of Devotees who come to learn and practice the Dhamma at the temple.
The temple is focused on maintaining a high level of Purity of Practice and to provide a place of Purity where practitioners can be inspired to try their best to understand and practice Buddhism in the right paths.
The amulets also received some special nightly empowerment and blessings from Pra Ajarn Gorp Chai in his Kuti, and from his Kroo Ba Ajarn at Wat Mae Ya before distribution.
It is hence an extremely auspicious place of high importance for both Local Devotees, and those who come from Afar to Make Merits. Many Karavasa (Lay Practitioners) attend for retreats, and the temple is a fully active place for the celebration of Important Buddhist Events and Festivals.
Above; Pra Ajarn Gorp Chai and Kroo Ba Ajarn Luang Phu Tin at Wat Mae Ya, performing additional blessings after the Buddha Abhiseka at Wat mani Prai Sont, and the previous blessing by Kroo Ba Krong
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