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The Tao Samlee by Phra Ajarn Padungsak - A Buddhist Relic

This is the first Tao Samlee I have had because they are only usually made before the passing of an important old monk after a lifetimes of meditation and practice. At this time, their eyes water (like most very old people), and the tears that come are considered to be the tears of an angel. These Tao (turtle) can also contain blessed wax, their hair or other items related to the monk in question.
Samlee means cottonwool in Thai and these was used to wipe the tears from Luang Phor Tawan that was then rolled into shape. The inside also has his hair, rice from an offering and sacred wax. It was blessed over a few days by his disciple Phra Ajarn Padungsak, and the passed on to the disciples of Luang Phor Tawan for the benefits they bring.

These Tao are good for Metta Mahaniyom, to bring Metta and good luck with business and trading. These attributes smooth out the path of life by removing obstacles, bringing wealth and abundance. With being from a monk it is also carries the natural element of repelling all forms of harm.

The bodies and products from the monks that have attained the highest levels of meditation can bring the greatest magic to the lives of their devotees and are highly sought after.

Measures 1.55" in its gold plated silver case and needs the Namo Dtassa kata.

Keep this item one level below the Buddha on a deity shrine.

Tao Samlee are rare, and I only have one.

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The Tao Samlee by Phra Ajarn Padungsak - A Buddhist Relic

  • This is an amulet type that is now rarely produced as there are now few monks of legend (maybe with the exception of Kruba Boonchum).  The bodies of these high magicians hold great potency. This applies not just to their relics of bone of Phra Thaat, but also products from them while they were alive. The hair of these monks was generally stored away (which is called Gae Saa), their tears were sometimes collected if their eyes watered, as these are considered to be the tears of an angel, and they also used their saliva.

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