Phrakham are the strings of 108 beads that are used to both count kata and there are some that are a form of amulet themselves, thus providing a dual purpose. This is one such example and it is from the great old monk, Luang Pu Simpalee, a particular favourite maker of mine.
These Phra Kham are made from Leklai and bring strong protection to the bearer, much in the way say adding meteorite would but this is mined and has the natural ability to push away negative forces and protect. The beads have a lovely kick to them, the weight is good (they can sometimes be too heavy) and they have been coated to stop things getting dirty but the first time you wear them, please don't wear white, just in case. Check them out first.
The strength of these grow with use because using them to count kata empowers the Leklai further.
Great Phra Kham beads are an asset to everyone and protect against black magic, negative forces, malicious spirits and ghosts as well as aiding meditation.
A great item from a great old monk.
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Superb Leklai Phrakham Beads by Luang Pu Simpalee
There are many forms of these sets of 108 beads that include stone, metal, assemblies of herbs, various forms of wood and even magical forms of iron ore, which can even bring other attributes to the function of counting kata.