The Chang Mak of Luang Pu Waen - A Buddhist Relic
This is a sought after amulet by the disciples of this monk and the older generation who knew, respected and had faith in Luang Pu Waen. He was known for his equanimity, his happiness, and his willingness to help people, and the stories of his life. LP Waen lived in nature for 50 years while studying meditation and if his remains are anything to go by, it must have been amazing to see him. One of the legends arose because an Air Force pilot saw him sat meditating in the clouds while on a sortie, which created a furore around this remarkable Arahant monk.
The reason this type of amulet is sought after is that when above a certain level of meditation, the saliva becomes magic, and chewing herbs like this is the way it is passed on. In Daoism it is called 'Jade Water', but I am still trying to find out the name for the Saliva itself here. This is but one example of the products from high monks being supernatural in nature.
Those who own this chewed betel said that they receive the power of Metta Maha Saneah, and it is good for negotiations, a retail business and attracting customers. It is also believed to have Klaew Klaat to protect from danger, evil spirits bad magic and curses. It brings universal attributes, and when holding it, it is easy to feel that that is the case. I felt this in my hand because it was uncased and the mystery to this was palpable.
Measures 1.4" in its fine silver case and needs the Namo Dtassa kata.
Keep this item one level below the Buddha on a deity shrine.
Chang Maak is rare, and I only have one.
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The Chang Maak of Luang Pu Waen - 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.