This is one of my favourite Lersi amulets because of its depth of mystery and is a classic items from Phra Ajarn Supasit. Most Lersi talismans feel a bit disappointing and without the clout one would expect from such an important deity but this is something very special indeed.
This is a Cow Face Lersi that was carved from a strongly supernatural Takien wood from Northern Thailand. A ritual was performed according to the ancient traditions when making the Lersi, which put the power into the amulet. Every Lersi that was carved had an offering made to it and a ritual to summon the Lersi into that piece (so every one made had the samee ritual rather than being a ritual for all). This talisman will bring success, wealth and fortune to whoever praises this Lersi and its power is also boosted with the Takrut Gin Mai Ru Sin, that was created for that purpose.
This Cow Face Lersi is as mysterious as it should be and is also used to project the mind up to the realms of the Lersi. I find this piece to be exceptional and have one because I adore the cow face Lersi (Lersi Galai Gaut in Thai) and wanted an amulet to wear to compliment a large wood bucha from Ajarn Suea.
Measures 2.4" and comes with the Lersi Heart kata.
Potent ancient magic.
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The Astonishing Cow Face Lersi by Phra Ajarn Supasit
Phra Lersi Ped Chalugan or Bull-head Lersi has vast supernatural powers and knowledge. This Lersi is believed to be the first incarnation of Phra Narai or Vishnu. His purpose is to grant supernatural power and high influence onto devotees. He brings with him Metta for all humankind.