Sabtu, 14 Mei 2016

Amulet for Great Wealth & Fortune Phra PajjekBodhi Mahalarp LP Luesie Lingdam, BE 2534 Show

The full name of the above great amulet is called Phra PajjekBuddhaChao Mahalarp but it's popularly called Phra PajjekBodhi Mahalarp, created & blessed by LP Luesie Lingdam, Wat Thasung, Uthaithani in BE 2534, for good livings and great Wealth & Fortune.

The word Phra PajjekBuddhaChao = Phra PajjekBhodhi Buddha; and Mahalarp = great fortune.

The amulet frontside is Phra PajjekBodhi Buddha sitting on Smadhi posture and a piece of Buddha relic was originally inlaid from the temple as seen on the face-level background, while the backside carrying two stanzas of the Enhanced Rich Katha read:

Nasangsimo Sampajitchami
Peng Peng Pha Pha Ha Ha Lue Lue

The real owner of Original Rich Katha is Phra PajjekBodhi Buddha, so the Katha is originally called Phra PajjekBodhi Katha. The Katha was taught sucessively downward to many generations and then to LP Parn of Wat Bang Nomkho. It was LP Parn that widely taught the Katha to LP Luesie Lingdam and lay people.

Phra PajjekBuddhaChao  =  a Buddha of sub-epoch; Mahalarp = great fortune; Nua Chompoo = pink content.

Having money doesn't mean you could always buy one for such the amulet, but it's upon your fate. The luckiest and top good-fate guy will own it !

Almost all Phra PajjekBodhi Mahalarp are white and grey, only small number of them are pink. It's can be roughly estimated that there are only 2-3 percent of the pink items. It means that in among every 100 pieces of white and grey Phra PajjekBodhi Mahalarp, only 2-3 pink items would be found.

At present even the white items are now hard to find, so the pink are much more hardly to find--it's the amulet of class. Only real good fate person will own this Phra PajjekBodhi Mahalarp pink item

Who is Phra PajjekBuddhaChao or Phra PajjekkaBodhi Buddha ?

As I have heard from ultra-Dhamma-practice monks, as long as Buddha's Dhamma is still existing, there will be no incarnation of a new Buddha. BTW, a very long time between each Buddha epoch, a Phra PajjekBodhi Buddha may incarnate in a minor- or sub-epoch period. His Buddahood task mainly stresses on relieving troubles and support good livings to people.

Phra PajjekBuddahChao Mahalarp is a very important amulet that LP Luesie Lingdam intentionally created and blessed for his disciples and lay people to have good livings, great Wealth & Fortune. So, the amulet is a MUST for everyone--whether he or she practices chanting the Rich and Enhanced Rich Katha or not.

LP Luesie Lingdam was a high ranking monk. His full monkhood name was Phra RajPhromYarn. He was the closest disciple of LP Parn, Wat Bang Nomkho and also ordained by LP Parn. He had learned so many Buddhakom and ultra Dhamma practices from his teacher, and later became the Abbot of Wat BangNomkho during BE 2492-2500. It was he who first disclosed LP Parn's biography to the public, and most of LP Parn's biographical content we know were from his mouth. And also it was he who taught the Rich Katha and the Enhanced version to people.

LP Luesie Lingdam was always in "Charn" ( highly meditative ) state, his six senses was fully opening all the time. He had magic eyes & ears that could see and hear what ordinary people could not. He could foresee future events correctly. He learned Supra Dhamma directly from Lord Buddha by meditating deeply and making out-of-bodying to Nipphan celestial where Lord Buddha present. He created various amulets with the guidance of Lord Buddha.

LP Luesie Lingdam had made Dhamma journey to upper provinces for a long years and later settled at the nearly deserted Wat Thasung, Uthai Thani, in BE2511. The great LP later became the Abbot of Wat Thasung and led people to help construct the temple successfully.

LP Lusie Lingdam used the miraculous Rich & Enhanced Rich Katha to gather money to construct Wat Thasung which now has become a big and beautiful temple with a total religious property asset value of nearly 1 billion Baht.

LP Luesi Lingdam passed away in BE 2535 at the age of 75. His body is immortal-- undecomposed.

*** The PajjekBodhi Mahalarps are hardly to find now. Having money doesn't mean you could always purchase one, but it's upon your fate. The lucky and good-fate guy will own it, just like Teochew Chinese saying " U Mialie Jiew Si U, Boh Mialie Jiew Si Boh "

Mahalarp = great fortune
Buddhakom = Buddhistic incantation

The word "Phra PajjekBodhi" is literally written as that but grammatically read " Phra PajjekBhot"

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