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The Exceptional Tooth Relic of an Arahant monk

This is a type of relic that is now rarely seen as there are now few monks of legend (maybe with the exception of Kruba Boonchum). The disciples of the Arahant monks of the great generation of magician monks used to keep their teeth (either carved or not), their hair, tears, chewed betel, robe, hair bone and even their flesh to be worn. If their remains produced Phra Thaat, they had to be kept on the altar only, although those were generally held by their Wat.

This tooth came open cased, so it has been open the the elements but being a tooth it has hardly been affected. That casing is from the late 1970's and it also came with the orange backed plastic amulet attached, which holds some tiger skin. As they came together I will also send the smaller amulet with the tooth. This is from a highly respected exceptional monk in a city as the casing needed paying for, and these teeth were kept and loved till the devotee passed on too. There seems little understanding of these things and how important they are now. The carving is interesting in itself, as it is similar to the classic Luang Phor Sai Teeth, but by a different hand. I would suggest that the carver of LP Sai's teeth also carved those from other Lanna monks, which would fit as he started the craze for these in the 70's.

Arahant monks have exceptional Samathi, and can help the bearer in their pursuit of it. The tooth has a cooling power and the ability to calm the mind along with exceptional levels of Metta Mahaniyom, bringing support from the people close by. Great for business success and for people on a spiritual pursuit.

The carved tooth is currently being cased by Ajarn Apichai and I just added a photo from a book on Lanna magic of other relic tooth Buddhas.

This relic measures 1.3" in a gold plated silver case and needs praising as a high deity, one level below the Buddha.

This is one of my favourite amulet types, and I wear a carved tooth from Kruba Wong.

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The Exceptional Tooth Relic of an Arahant monk

$435.00Price
  • 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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