Pra Somdej Chinabanchorn Run Jakapat - Nuea Pong Puttakun - Wat Jao Arm - blessed by Luang Por Phern, Luang Phu Juea, Luang Por Pae and Luang Por Uttama
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Pra Somdej Chinabanchorn Run Jakapat Nuea Pong Puttakun - Pasom Mai Chor Fa Wat Rakang, Lava Phu Khao Fai, Lek Nam Pii,Paya Saming Lek
Made from 200 year old roof struts from Wat Rakang Temple shrine room from the time when Somdej Dto was alive, as well as mixing a rich formula of other sacred and magical ingredients into the sacred powder. A quantity of wood powder from Wat Rakang Temple roof is mixed in to the amulets, making them a piece of Wat Rakang History. This is the first time ever in the History of Thai amulets that wood from the Uposadha roof of Wat Rakang temple has been used in Muan Sarn sacred powder. The Somdejs are made in two materials, a light colored one in 'Pong Itije' (one of five famous sacred powder used in Pra Somdej and also in Wat Bang Nom Kho amulets), and a dark colored one in 'Pong Ya Wasana Jinda Manee'. This Line of amulet creations along with the Ruesi Chiwok Gomarapaj amulets, and the second empowerment ceremony, was Masterminded by Luang Phu Juea of Wat Klang Bang Gaew (Nakorn Pathom). LP Juea is direct apprentice to the Great Luang Phu Bun of Wat Klang Bang Gaew, for whose Ya Wasana Jinda Manee amulets are famous the World over.
Above; Pra Somdej Chinabanchorn Nuea Pong Itije
Comes in original box direct from the temple, without casing. The amulet was blessed by dozens of famous monks including Luang Por Phern, Luang Por Pae and Luang Por Uttama
Pra Somdej Chinabanchorn Nuea Pong Itije
In stock right now are the Pra Somdej Chinabanchorn 'Run Jakapat' amulets and Por Kro Ruesi Chiwok - and Luang Por Tuad amulets, which underwent three empowerment ceremonies together.
These amulets have enjoyed the honor of recieving Various Puttapisek empowerments on different occasions. First Puttapisek blessing was made in 2535 BE for the 'Pra Somdej Chinabanchorn Gae Jag Mai Chor Fa' and 'Somdej Tip Mongkol amulets', with a massive array of some of Thailands most famous and respected gaeji Ajarn Master Monks!
Above; 1. Somdej Prayan Sangworn (Pra Sangkaracha head monk of Royal temple) lights the Tian Chai candle to begin the Ceremony of the Puttapisek empowerment. 2. Somdej Pra Puttajarn (Wat Saket) extinguishes the Tian Chai candle to end ceremony. 3. Somdej Pra Mahatirajarn, 4. Luang Por Phern (Wat Bang Pra). 5. Luang Por Pae (Wat Pikul Tong). 6. Luang Por Uttama
In total, sixty nine Master Monks came to join in the empowerment ceremony, apart from the mega famous Ajarn above, i could also mention some other famous names that were present; LP Chuang (Wat Pak Nam)LP Poon, LP Phan, LP Tiang, Luang Por Rasi Ling Khaw, LP Samram, LP Yod, LP Pimpa, LP Yid (Wat Nong Jok) and Luang Por Tong Lam (abbot of Wat Jao Arm).
'Pra Somdej Chinabanchorn Gae Jag Mai Chor Fa Wat Rakang'
Pra Somdej Chinabanchorn hand carved from the decorative roof struts of Wat Rakang Temple. Available on special request only. Blessed by over 60 of Thai Historys Greatest Master Monks, such as Luang Por Phern, Luang Por Pae, Ruesi Ling Khaw, Luang Por Uttama, and Pra Sangkaracha himself, in 2535 BE. Contact for price.
Empowerment Ceremonies were held between 2552 - 2553 BE on three different occasions
Above; Luang Phu Juea lights the Tian Chai candle for the first Puttapisek Ceremony. various Gaeji Ajarn sit and meditate to chant the Puttapisek at the Sacred Wiharn of Luang Phu Bun at Wat Klang Bang Gaew (Nakorn Pathom).
First Puttapisek Ceremony; 25th November 2552 at the Wiharn Saksit Vihara Shrine room. Luang Phu Bun, Luang Por Perm (Wat Klang Bang Gaew, Nakron Pathom) Luang Phu Juea Bpiyasilo Lit the Tian Chai candle to open the Ceremony.
LP Juea is a Great Master famous for his 'Bia Gae' shell rattle amulets to make rich and prevent poverty, and famed for his empowerment of Ya Wasana Jinda Manee sacred powder. These amulets are some of the last amulets he would bless and empower before his passing away. Many other Master Monks also attended the Ceremony.
Second Puttapisek Ceremony
The second empowerment was held on the 7th January 2552 BE at the Uposadha Shrine room of Wat Jao Arm temple in Bang Khun Non. 1.Pra Racha Prasittiwimon (Wat Rakang Kositaram). 2. Pra Sopana Tamma Maetee (Wat Suwan Kiree). 3. Pra Kroo Pipat Worakun (Wat Makok). 4. Pra Kroo Niwit Satuwat (Wat Jao Arm).
Third Ceremony - Piti Sompoch
The third empowerment ceremony for the Phu Chiwok Gomarapat and Run Jakapat Pra Somdej amulets was heldat Wat Jao Arm once more, with the chanting of the Pra Kata Bhojjangka Paritta and Puttamont Osot (108 times). It was chanted in the Uposadha building (main Shrine room/Chapel) of Wat Jao Arm during a three day empowerment chanting ceremony which took place between the 8th and 10th of January 2553.
This Edition also releases a series of Luang Por Tuad amulets in three different main sacred powder substances, spread out between five various Pim.
Pra Pong Luang Phu Tuad 'Run Dtri Paetch 53' and 'Run Gamagarn Pised' editions.
Main base sacred powder ingredients of the LP Tuad amulets are; Mai Chor Fa Wat Rakang (wood from Wat Rakang Temple roof), Din Kakyayaks earth (used in the original sacred Luang Phu Tuad tao Reed amulets - essential magical earth from a swamp in Pattani). After this main base mixture is made, each amulet was then made by adding different amounts of different powders to specialize each model with; Pong Puttakun and Pong Ya Wasana Jinda Manee, and Mai Mongkol powders were used.
Run Gamagarn Pised edition
Above; Luang Phu Tuad Pim Paetch Paya Saming Hlek (saming hlek Lek Lai residue minerals added). Made from Nuea Pong Puttakun base.
Above; Luang Por Tuad Pim Paetch Paya Saming Hlek (saming hlek Lek Lai residue minerals added)
Made from Nuea Mai Mongkol 108 base.
Luang Por Tuad - 'Run Dtri Paetch' Edition
Above; Luang Por Tuad Pim Paetchaleek with Yant and Rae Gayasit semi precious ploi stones from 2516 BE amulets sprayed on back face. Mai Chor Fa Wat Rakang powder sprayed on front face. Made from Nuea Pong Ya Wasana Jinda Manee base.
Above; Pra Luang Por Tuad Pim Paetch Pan Lan, with Yant and Gayasit semi precious 'Nin' ploi stones from 2516 BE amulets sprayed on back face. Mai Chor Fa Wat Rakang powder sprayed on front face. Made from Nuea Pong Ya Wasana Jinda Manee base.
Above; Pra Luang Por Tuad Pim Paetch Prasit; Nuea Wan Mongkol 108 powder, with Mai Chor Fa Wat rakang powder sprayed on face.
1. Piti Buan Suang Bplug Saeg Muan Chanuan Sarn (Ritual to make offerings to, and call the Deities, bless and empower the 'Muan Sarn' (sacred powders and other ngredients for the amulet mixture). This was performed on Wan Sao ha Khuen Ha Kam (Sao Ha auspicious day with the first phase of the moon) on the 20th March 2553 BE. The Ceremony was held at famous Luang Por Tuad temple Wat Pako in sating Pra, Songkhla.
2. Piti Puttapisek on 15th July 2553 BE, in the main shrine room of Wat Pichayaatigaram (Bangkok).
3. Piti Puttapisek Dtalord Dtraimas (meaning three months empowerment from July to September 2553 BE). This was performed at Wat Jao Arm temple where the amulets resided during this time.
Great Master Monks present in the Ceremony;
Pra Prohma Molee, abbot of Wat Pichayaatigaram, Comittee member of the Thaera Samakom and Jao Kana of Pak See region of Thailand, was the Monk in charge of lighting the Tian Chai candle for the beginning of Ceremony. Many Master Monks famous for their magic came to help empower the amulets from the Souther regions of Thailand, such as Tan Por Khiaw (Wat Huay Ngo) LP Tuam (Wat Sri Suwan) Por Tan Phan (Wat Sai Khaw) LP Cho Chadt (Wat Ta Sai), LP Nimit (Wat Koce Samankun), Pra Kroo Bunyapisan (Wat Pako, Songkhla), Pra Ajarn Hmam (Wat Noparat), Ajarn Daeng (Wat Rai) and Pra Prohmasutee (Wat Saket)
Funds from these amulets go to finance the project to buy some land for Wat Jao Arm, so that they can build facilities to have enough space to be able to offer the various services needed from a temple (wedding, funeral, and other social religious events). The temple has not enough room to be able to fulfill the requirements of the local people, and needs to expand.
Anisongk (rewards or benefits of donating land to the Sangha)
The benefits of this kind of merit making by donating land for a temple has the following benefits;
The person donating will always have a home and an abode to stay, will never be homeless. The person will always be born into a life with his or her own home and property, and have plenty of money and possessions. The work life and home life will be steady and balanced and move forward confidently. These benefits come because of the act of creating usable space for the public use and benefit, be it for the Sangha or the Lay community, both benefit from this project. The more people who come and use the lace and receive the benefits of it, the more your rewards of your merits will be. This is a direct act of preserving the Buddha Sasana into the future, and the Merit is immense, if given with true heart.
Below; The piece of land which is intended to be bought for the temple of Wat Jao Arm
Above; Old Chedi Prang spire at Wat Jao Arm
Wat Jao Arm is situated in Bang Khun Nont in Bangkok Noi. It is a very old temple of the Tonburi Era, which was built by Somdej Prajao Taksin Maharaj built in 2322 BE. He did it in honor of his Concubine called 'Arm' who was known as 'Jao Arm'. He simultaneously built a Chedi Prang stupa for the ashes of Jao Arm to be placed in. The temple use to be surrounded by greenery and was pretty much wilderness, but now the population has increased and the temple grounds have become very tightly pressed to provide enough space for the various religious service which the public needs to have provided (funerals, weddings, ordinations, merit making, prayers, meditation lessons etc). Luang Por Tong Lam (abbot of Wat Jao Arm), is thus forced to try to purchase some more land to be able to evade the overcrowding. The land is 813 square Wa and costs about 24 million Thai Baht (about half a million Euros!).