Pra Pid Ta Jumbo first edition Chae Nam Montr Wat Boworn 2535

This beautiful Pra Pid Ta amulet from Wat Boworniwes Worawiharn (Wat Boworn for short) temple in Bangkok, is a first edition Chae Nam Montr (meaning that this is the first of the Pra Pid Ta amulets soaked in Prayer Water made by Wat Boworn. Wat Boworn is one of the Royal state temples and houses a host of Monks of the Tammayut lineage, as well as bheing the very temple where His Majesty King Bhumipol Adulyadej was ordained as a Bhikkhu in the Buddha Sasana. This amulet was blessed and released in 2535 BE. It is a 'Jumbo' Pid Ta, meaning that it is large sized about 3.5 cm high.

Wat Boworn amulets are of my preferred amulets as far as my personal collection is concerned, because all amulets from this temple are always made with great Puttapisek blessing ceremonies with many great Gaeji Ajarn Master Monks Participating. In addition, the 'Muan Sarn'(*see notes below this post) is always of high quality and sacredness as far as their composition goes. Another great thing about sacred amulets from Wat Boworn, is the fact that they are never highly priced at all, which does not detract from their beauty at all.

Pra Pid Ta Wat Boworn 2535 BE (First Editon soaked in Prayer Water)

YSS = Yor Sor Sor - The term YSS means that the Head Monk of Thailand, Pra Sangkharach, has endowed his blessing and permission to officially label the amulets as a comission from the Sangkharacha. This is always a sign of great Puttapisek ceremonies and authentic Buddha Magic being performed. No amulets from Wat Boworn are connected with Saiyasart (occult) at all and will always be pure Buddhist amulets in every sense of the word. Amulets that are not for occult spells and just contain auspicious blessings, are called 'Puttanussadti' meaning 'to recall the Buddha in ones mind'.

Strangely though, purely Buddhist amulets such as these from Wat Boworn may still have at least enough power to protect and increase good fortune as purely Saiyasart designated amulets. This is because the Buddha's power is greater than that of all that Saiyasart can do, through merit and purity and wisdom, the 'Phalang Puttakun' (the power of the perfections and qualities of the Buddhas) is enough to wash away all the armies of demons and Maras in the universe. Some magic charm made by an Unenlightened person can help us in life, but if we really are Buddhist, and understand the perfections of what the Buddha(s) of the past attained, then we will understand that if we see clearly and wish to have true protection and long lasting guidance from our amulet, then there is no amulet superior to that of 'Puttanussadti' type

Below Pic; His Majesty King Bhumipol Adulyadej as he was a Bhikkhu at resident at Wat Boworn
You can see the 'Pong Puttakun' (** see notes below) powder rising up on the surface from being soaked in prayer water for a long time and recieving prayers and chanting saced Kata into the amulets. Pong Puttakun is one of five types of sacred powder made by Somdej Dto Prohmrangsri (Wat Rakang Kositaram), which he had learned from Ajarn Saeng (*** See notes below). These five sacred powders have been adopted for use in almost all of the best Pra Somdej amulets, as well as many other amulets too, and is considered to be extremely sacred, powerful and able to cause miracles.

* - 'Muan Sarn' is sacred powder and other ingredients, such as pollen, relics and other sacred items are mixed to make amulets - this mixture is known as Muan Sarn)
** - 'Pong Puttakun is explained in detail along with the other four kinds of Sacred Powder in my E-Book 'Sak Yant Buddhist Tattoos, Animist Spells, Sacred Amulets'
*** - Ajarn Saeng and his role in the life and trajectory of Somdej Dto Prohmrangsri of Wat Rakang is documented in my Monthly (sometimes Bi-Monthly) E-zine 'Buddha Magic', in the ongoing series about Pra Somdej Wat Rakang amulets, and the life of Somdej Dto Prohmrangsri. The documentation covers all six eras of Somdej amulet making, along with their makers and the temples they were made in, as well as revealing many as yet untold facts about Somdej Dto Prohmrangsri, who made the famous Wat Rakang Pra Somdej, in a multi issue series which will cover over 2 to 300 pages solely on this subject.

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Above Pic - The Year 2499 BE; His Majesty King Bhumipol Adulyadej makes alms round barefoot near the temple of the Emerald Buddha, and makes his way to Wat Boworniwes Worawiharn, where he was to stay as a Bhikkhu. In this time he endowed his wife, Queen Somdej Pranang Jao Sirigij ruyle the Kingdom in his stead. Now what King anywhere else in the World can be seen to be so close to his people and so Humble to walk barefoot and take alms from his beloved folk? This world has known and will know few rulers who have both great adepthood in many areas as well as being so close to ground level and touch the hearts of the Rasadorn (local Folk) around the Kingdom. Song Pra Jaroen!
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