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A Tao Samlee from Kruba Boonyang in silver - Metta and Protection

This is a type of relic that is now rarely seen. It is what is known as a Tao Phaa Phra, which means a 'Monk Cloth Turtle', and with coming from a famous local monk it is highly valued. This came out a while ago and was made in limited numbers for his disciples.

It is a wonderful construction that consists of the folded robe of Kruba into a shape like a Turtle and it contains blessed wax, his hair and a little chewed betel (Chang Mak). The back has some of his hair, which is Gae Saa in Thai, a Takrut, a Phra Thaat from nature and an old carved 4 ears 5 eyes in wood, because it is a Wicha he is famous for.

High monks have exceptional Samathi, and this item can help the bearer in their pursuit of it. It  calms the mind, and comes with exceptional levels of Metta Mahaniyom to support from the people close by, which leads it to being great for business success. The original listing also said that it helps with the gambles in life, brings wealth, good fortune, and protection from above.

A classic item that measures 1.55" in its simple silver case and needs praising as a high deity, one level below the Buddha.

This is one of my favourite amulet types and I only have this one.

Please copy the listing as it gets removed after selling out.

For Payment - Paypal payments now have a 7% sales tax due to changes in Paypal Thailand.

Standard trackable registered Post ($15) is now available to the USA, Europe, the UK, and Australia for parcels up to the value of $300.

ALL orders over $300 and those to Canada, Japan, and NZ - by COURIER ONLY ($55) and it gets there in 5 to 9 days. So on a big order it may be best to make single orders unless you need the box quickly.

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A Tao Samlee from Kruba Boonyang in silver - Metta and Protection

  • Important relics include any part of the monk's body, but his hair, teeth, saliva and tears are what are most sought after. It is an old practice, and these items should be valued above all others to get us through the coming times. These work for us and we do not intrude on that process, they are there to help, as monks are in life.

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