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The Ong Kru Ouroboros Amulet by Ajarn Tui - Naga Eats Its Tail - only 9 made

Often known as the Nakhabaat (Nakha means Naga) and it is a Sak Yant he is famous for because he has a particularly ancient Wicha for it. Ajarn Tui designed the locket by hand based on the tattoo design but adapted the central spell.

Typically of Ajarn Tui, the matrix is a pure mixture of many types of Waan powders and many mineral powders, including Lek Nam Phi. There is little else in there, no padding out of the ingredients, just full on top quality products to bring the best results.
There are four takruts on the back - the elemental Takrut to activate the four elements and boost the power, the Takrut Phra Jao Haa Phra Ong, the Takrut for luck and fortune and another for Kong Grapan. This amulet works to circulate the elements and the good fortune within the bearer, to constantly renew and grow. These actions bring happiness within the self and the amulet is also for strong protection, hence the adding of a fine piece of earth Leklai to aid the Kong Grapan. This also acts to steady the health and ground the bearer, helping to combat the mental effects of the astrology at this time. We all need a steadier mind.
The image of the Ouroboros is continuous, it is never finished as the Naga can never eat all of itself. It is a fantastic quality image that has been enhanced by a black case.

A nice size at 2.6" and comes with Ajarns card and kata.

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The Ong Kru Ouroboros Amulet by Ajarn Tui - Naga Eats Its Tail - Ltd Ed

$250.00Price
  • The ouroboros is an amulet for renewal, for the turning of the luck and the free flowing of the energies within. It is a classic design and this is a particularly ancient Wicha from the collection of Ajarn Tui.

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