The Ta Sey Piew Locket by Ajarn Sala Boon Khong
This has been constructed from an ancient Burmese Wicha, which was mentioned in some of the legends of that highly spiritual country. Ta Sey means a Phi Tai Tong Glom, the ghost of a dead pregnant lady and Piew means white or pale and here the lady has white powder on her face like an ancient entertainer. I love the image, which fits well with how mysterious this piece feels.
The back is beautiful and consists of a matrix that is a collection of earths and prai from many sources, both sacred and profane. I adore the Burmese script on the back but the special piece is the central Yaa mixture, which contains prai. It looks and feels like a light in the night without a moon and the sum of the power of this piece outweighs the description.
This amulet is mainly for love and sexual desire as well as potent protection but the important thing is to connect to her with your mind and call on her when you need her help and she likes alcohol as a periodic offering but is actually constructed so that she prefers to serve rather than demand offerings. A strong psyche will get the best results with this piece.
Measures 2.25" and comes with no kata, just connect and go but I would suggest that you light 15 incense to the land spirits as this enters the home so they open the way.
A stunning piece.
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The Ta Sey Piew Burmese Prai Amulet by Ajarn Sala Boon Khong - love/desire
The knowledge of the uses of Burmese Prai seems to be forever elusive as so few amulets are made with this Wicha. The collection of materials are often secret, the herbal contents uses extremely rare plants and the prai is always from a top source. It is very difficult to find good Burmese Prai magic and Sala Boon Khong is one of the foremost practitioners.