With the amount of prai he worked with it is easy to forget that Luang Phor Pina was a Buddhist monk and that he also produced some Buddhist amulets but they are quite rare. Buddhist amulets are Puttakhun magic, pure Buddhist magic without prai and these contain sacred earths, pong powders from the writing of magic, the dust off a chedi and soils from the temple he lived at. The gold amulet on the right is the Boramat AA, which is a classicly beautiful Buddhist amulet that has a similar image on the back but in silver.
The prize of this string is the lower amulet, which is from 1982 is the amulet he made for his teachers, which is rare and almost alive. The golden Buddha amulet on the left has a seated Buddha and a bull underneath him from 1985 and it is a rather beautiful amulet. These Buddhist amulets bring the main attribute of monks, which is to draw Metta from other so they are kind to you and also for popularity, which are helpful attributes for life, who doesn't want people to like them or be kind to them? They also bring the protection of a top monk and as a string they work well and bring a good force to life.
The Buddha and Cow measures a nudge over 1.75", the Boramat AA amulets measure 1.7", and the teachers amulet is 1.65" - and all come in an old style silver case. This is my second chain like this and is the last one, my old LP Pina Buddhist pieces will have gone when this sells. The chain is very well priced, so don't miss out.
Magical relics from a Master Monk who was pronounced an Arahant as he was meditating through his own death..
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A Stunning Chain of 3 Buddhist Amulets by Luang Phor Pina in silver
Luang Phor Pina was a disciple of the teachings of the legendary Ajarn Man and followed a life of both spiritual and magical dedication, producing some of the wildest prai amulets that can be found. He became an Arahant Saint while meditating through his own death in 2002.