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Name: (total of 4 pcs) Set of Phra Kring + Phra Chaiwat Udom Khwam Suk

"Udom Khwam Suk" means "the plenty of happiness".

From: LP Boonmee, Wat Pa Na Koon, Udon Thani Province

Origin: Thailand

Name: Udom Khwam Suk LP Boonmee 85 Pansa

Year: 2554 BE (2011 CE)

Material: Phra Kring is made of brass. Phra Chaiwat are made of Nawaloha (9 metals)

Feature: Phra Kring is bigger than Phra Chaiwat.

Purpose: To earn donations to develop and restore the temple

Ceremony: This set was properly blessed by LP Boonmee.

Power: Phra Kring and Phra Chaiwat, iconic Buddha amulets in Thailand, are revered for their incredible powers and significance. Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, these amulets share a strikingly similar appearance, although Phra Chaiwat is slightly smaller in size.

Phra Kring, known for its ability to fulfill fervent prayers, bestows wealth, prosperity, progress, safety, and tranquility upon its devotees. Moreover, it possesses the extraordinary power to produce holy water, renowned for its miraculous healing properties and the ability to expel negative energies.

The name "Phra Kring" derives from the inclusion of a metal bead within the amulet, which produces a melodious ringing sound that is believed to attract immense fortune and blessings. It is deeply ingrained in the Thai culture, with a remarkable narrative tied to its existence.

During the reign of King Rama III, a devastating cholera outbreak ravaged the nation, claiming countless lives. Somdej Phrawannarat (LP Daeng), the revered abbot of Wat Suthat in Bangkok, blessed the Phra Kring amulets in water and distributed it among the afflicted. Astonishingly, those who consumed this sacred water, including LP Daeng himself, were miraculously cured of cholera, defying all odds.

On the other hand, Phra Chaiwat holds a prestigious position, as it is exclusively associated with the Kings of Thailand. Every monarch possesses their own revered Phra Chaiwat amulet. The name itself translates to "always conquer/win/succeed," symbolizing the auspicious beginnings that this amulet heralds.

Worshiping Phra Chaiwat is believed to attract bountiful fortune, abundant luck, financial prosperity, security, and triumph in all endeavors. Legends abound about its ability to ward off illness, rendering it highly sought after by believers seeking physical and metaphysical healing.

In summary, Phra Kring and Phra Chaiwat, revered amulets in Thailand, possess immense sacred power and embody the hopes, dreams, and spiritual aspirations of those who seek their blessings. Their remarkable histories and extraordinary abilities continue to captivate the imagination of both locals and visitors alike.

The Biography of LP Boonmee:

Luang Pu Boonmee Prapunno is a Buddhist monk from Thailand. He is a disciple of the Venerable Puthamoli Mongkol (Phra Yannasampanno), who is renowned for his beautiful meditation posture. Luang Pu Boonmee used to hold the position of abbot at Wat Pah Nakhun and Wat Pah Silaporn in Yasothon Province.

Luang Pu Boonmee was born on December 2, 1926, corresponding to the 13th waning moon of the 12th month in the Lunar Calendar, in Ban Nongsaeng, Sing District, Yasothon Province (now Muang Yasothon District, Yasothon Province).

Ordination: On his ordination day, which coincided with October 19, 1946, at 13:35, Luang Pu Boonmee's ordination ceremony was held at Wat Saramasok, Yasothon Province (now Wat Sri Thammaram, Muang Yasothon District, Yasothon Province). Phra Khru Phisan Sinakun (Hom Wisatho) was his preceptor, and he was given the religious name "Prapunno."

Dhamma studies: In the third Buddhist Lent (2492 BE), Luang Pu Boonmee spent the Lent period at Wat Pah Nongdok (Wat Pah Sottatiphal), Sakon Nakhon Province, and received Dhamma teachings from Luang Pu Man Putaritto at Wat Pah Ban Nongpue, Udon Thani Province, until Luang Pu Man's passing in that year. Luang Pu Boonmee had close friendships with other fellow monks since childhood and had the opportunity to practice meditation together. One of them was Luang Pu Phia Wiriyoyo, the abbot of Wat Pah Nongkong, Udon Thani Province.

In the fifth Buddhist Lent (2494 BE), Luang Pu Boonmee returned to study Dhamma with Luang Pu On Yanasiri, and in the sixth Buddhist Lent (2495 BE), he studied Dhamma with Luang Ta Mahabuwa Yanasampunno at Wat Pah Ban Huai Sai, Kamcha-i District, Mukdahan Province. After that, he followed Luang Ta Mahabuwa Yanasampunno to establish Wat Pah Bantad in Udon Thani Province from the eleventh Buddhist Lent (2500 BE) and continued to stay and practice under Luang Ta Mahabuwa's guidance until the thirtieth Buddhist Lent (2519 BE).

During his stay at Wat Pah Bantad, Luang Pu Boonmee was known for his compassion and kindness towards younger monks, giving them guidance on Dhamma discipline. Sometimes, when Luang Ta Mahabuwa became angry and expelled a monk from the temple, Luang Pu Boonmee would step in and give the expelled monk another chance. Due to these acts of compassion, Luang Pu Boonmee was considered an elder brother figure at Wat Pah Bantad and was highly respected. As Luang Ta Mahabuwa once said, "Luang Pu Boonmee and Luang Pu Boonmee are equally remarkable and without any defects. They are exceptional in their practice of Dhamma."

After that, Luang Pu Boonmee lived and practiced meditation at Wat Tham Yanapap, Ban Pa, Ban Phaeng District, Nakhon Phanom Province, from the thirty-second to forty-second Buddhist Lent (2521-2531 BE). He then went on to establish Wat Pah Nakhoon in Ban Nakhun, Ban Kho District, Ban Phue, Udon Thani Province, starting from the forty-fourth Buddhist Lent (2533-2561 BE).

Teachings of Luang Pu Boonmee:

We, as human beings, should always behave in a morally upright manner. If we embrace morality, our thoughts, speech, and actions will align with moral principles. However, if we lack morality and solely focus on worldly concerns, our thoughts, words, and actions will be dictated by materialistic influences. It is important for us to collaborate in order to preserve and nurture Buddhism by addressing and rectifying any improper behavior we encounter. We should not allow others to repeatedly engage in wrongdoing without intervention. We should not blindly believe in what others claim to be good, right, or necessary. Instead, we should contemplate and evaluate before accepting it as truly good, right, or necessary. The Lord Buddha has taught us to exercise caution with regard to the six senses: the body, mind, eyes, ears, nose, and tongue. We must safeguard these senses from negative influences. In the Isan language, "Kalum" means to avoid or stay away from. Do not allow negativity to enter your being; if you recognize it, distance yourself from it.

Luang Pu Boonmee resided at Wat Pah Silaporn in Nong Pet, Mueang Yasothon District, Yasothon Province, and later moved to Wat Thamyanaport, Ban Pa, Mueang Yasothon District, Yasothon Province until his passing on Thursday, July 12, 2018, at 00:45 a.m., at the age of 91 years, 222 days, and 71 vassa (Buddhist rainy seasons). His funeral rites were held on July 18, 2018, at Wat Pah Silaporn in Nong Pet, Mueang Yasothon District, Yasothon Province.

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