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The Phra Phrom Ja Tu Ra Pak by Ajarn Apichai with the ashes of Luang Phor Du

For whoever has bad luck and fortune this year, or has a bad birth chart for love and relationships, praising Brahma (Phra Phrom) is recommended, and this one is a cracker.

This amulet was made using old amulets from 2540 (1997) which included the ashes from Luang Phor Du. They were made to collect donations to build the museum for Luang Phor and were blessed to have the power of Metta, to avoid dangers and bring luck and fortune by Luang Pu Kruba Wongsaa Watanaa fro Wat Phra Bat Huay Tom in Lampoon, and LP Wan from Phichit.
The Muan Sarn comes from the old collection of Luang Pu Du amulets that includes his ashes, mixed with 108 types of Wahn, incense ashes from the praising of Brahma, Sanheah Jan Hom, Wahn Dok Thong, and Dok Raksorn. Added to this was powdered golden teak, Lae Nam Phi, Pong Maharat, Pong Ittijae, Pong Trinisinghae and Pong Pattaman.
Phra Phrom (Brahma) decides your fate from birth to death, by making the conditions of life follow the rules and cycle of Karma. Praising Brahma will help make wishes come true and improve the chances in life. Brahma has 4 faces and in Buddhism this represents the four sublime states of mind - love and kindness - compassion - sympathetic joy - and equanimity. The love and kindness within brings the wish that everyone is happy. Compassion is the help and support for people. Sympathetic joy is when you are happy from seeing others happy, and equanimity is when you greet everything with a calm state of mind - a middle way with no extreme emotions. Another representation of these 4 states are related to the four elements.
The four face Brahma has a different meaning for each face. The first brings Saneah, Metta and the support from people and the angels. The second face brings wealth/abundance. The third brings good health and happiness within the family/relationships. The fourth face is to bring luck and fortune and good business. The four silver takruts on the back are related to these elements, bringing all these qualities for the bearer of this talisman.

With this containing the relic bones of an Arahant monk, it is treated like a lower level Phra Thaat and goes on the deity altar, not with the Prai. This is an important amulet that has an excess of Metta due to having the remains of an Arahant monk.

These measure 1.95" in its silver case that comes with Ajarn Apichai's card and kata.

It is rare to see a good Phra Phrom amulet. Luang Pu Du was renowned for his Phra Phrom and now he helps the function of his great skill.

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THE LAST 3 Phra Phrom Ja Tu Ra Pak by Ajarn Apichai - with relic bone

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