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The Sian Boromakru Ajarn Narong by Ajarn Apichai - only 7 made! 5 remain.
This contains the Waan Saneah Jan Hom, the 5 Puttakhun powder, the ashes of Ajarn Narong and the Takrut Maha Ittirit. Blessed through summoning the power of Ajarn Narong to be as if he himself made the amulet and then it was blessed by Ajarn Apichai with the Maha Ittirit kata. This kata is for boosting the power of any spoken kata, and according to the book this is used to make the amulet more powerful and bond the connection between the power of the owner and the amulet itself. This helps when saying all the kata owned by the bearer, as if you have the power of the Ajarn through him saying the kata with you. In this respect we have found that Ajarn Narong can also become the bearer's Kruba Ajarn as he is available in there for advice and help. He is slow and considered when coming forward but the one I have tested is staying with me.
On top of the attributes for this remarkable piece mentioned above, it was also blessed with the power of protection, luck and fortune, and Metta Mahaniyom, which is the attribute that brings great business luck by being liked. The back holds a tear drop lab ruby, the Takrut Maha Ittirit and a piece of Leklai Watcharathaat to boost the psyche and help the connection with Ajarn Narong.

These measure 2" and comes with Ajarn Apichai's card and kata.

This amulet should go on the Prai altar as the remains of Ajarns are not of the same spiritual purity of that of a monk, which would go on the deity altar. This is a rare type of amulet that you may not see again. I have just added photos of Ajarn Narong's funeral in 2016.

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The Sian Boromakru Ajarn Narong by Ajarn Apichai in silver

  • We have had some remarkable bone products of late, which are slowly being made into talismans which follow the wishes of the monk or Ajarn present in the piece. Monks tend to want to bring Metta and its related forms but the two Ajarns we have used have wanted different roles, with Ajarn Narong taking the role of a teacher and Phor Sala Tan being more of a life coach (in my opinion). I am keeping oen of all these pieces as the chances to own relics such as this are rare.

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