This is classic work from the Wicha of the Suai people, close to the Cambodian border and from the hands of Ajarn Thai who is a Luksit brother to Ajarn Krit. This is his last work before leaving Cambodia and returning to Thailand as he has finished his 2 year stint as a monk.
This is a Phi Mae Puay, which is like a Cambodian Mae Nak, a super potent ghost that comes from the death of a pregnant lady and her child. The body of this amulet has been made from the bone powder, meat and oils that came from a dead pregnant lady, which makes it super strong. It has been cast as a ghost folding in on itself to protect the child and has been bound by the thread used to bind her hands at the funeral. The back has a single Takrut, which is for money and Saneah and the blessing for the body is for wishes and strong protection. It has a fantastic feeling.
With amulets that use heavy prai, bargains are struck using Merit as a currency and this type of body product is best for improving the life in general and depends on the blessing bestowed. In general, I rarely ask for anything and just praise the piece in the prescribed way, leaving it to decide how to help to get the merit and attention it craves - experiment to find the best way for you, this is an adaptable piece. It needs kata, fresh water and incense every morning, food maybe once a week and lots of merit when good things come. The baby needs an offering of milk and the mother beer and spicy food of any kind..
Measures 2.75" and has a kata. I only have 2.
Classic crazy prai.
Heavy prai makes me happy.
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The Phi Mae Pauy Ghost Amulet by Ajarn Thai - Cambodia Mae Nak
The HEAVY PRAI category has items that are made from the top prai materials in the old fashioned way. So expect to see bone, top Panneng and fleshy parts of the body, or oils made from weird sources.