Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Er ger Fong Special wealth katha (chanting)

Massive , massive, massive number of people had been contacting and emailing me asking me about the chanting or katha (mantra ) for Er ger fong.
My email gotten get flooded soon !!!
To all the great people out there, here's the katha for the Er ger fong.
You can chant it with your Er ger fong amulets , for achieveing best fortune and great wealth everyday!!!

Here it goes:

Jek Sim Ai kiew
Na Mo Tai Sue
Tai Pui Lieng Miang
Jeng Sae Yee Go Hong
Chai Seung Yee Go Hong
Po Sak Sue Oow Gim Ngeng Tai Po
Po Jang Chai Ko
Sue Gao Oow Gae Lai
Gao Oow Gae Lai
Aek Jit Khor Wing Worn Na Mo Metta
GaRuNa Choke Lab Wassana
BaRaMee Phor Poo Chao Yee Go Hong
Prod Pra Tan Ngern Thong
Choke Lab Gaew Hwan Rattana Manee
PraTan Khumm Sap Lam Ka Soo Ruen Ka Noi

(Chant for 3, 5 or 7 times.)
Do remember to chant with deep faith and ask for blessing from Er ger fong. Happy chanting!!!

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Wednesday, January 16, 2008

Kruba Krisida ,Wat San Phra Chao Dang

Kruba Krisida , Wat San Phra Chao Dang in Lampoo province ,Chiangmai is one of my favourite monk, who is presently living.
Desipte his young age, he is the zhao ar wat (abbot) of the Wat San Phra Chao Dang and is one of the monk who possessed a lot of baramee (power).
I collected most of his amulets because of the limited pieces produced and the effectiveness of his amulets.

My Thai friends relates to me how kruba krisida became well-known in Thailand.

Once there was a Thai man in Chiangmai who opened a street side noodle store in Lampoo province.
Although his hand-made noodle was tasty, surprisingly his business was bad. His business sales was apparently so poor that over a period of few months, he had decided to close down his noodle store.
It happened that oneday kruba krisida had finished his meditation in the forest and on his way back to temple, walked passed his noodle store. The man saw kruba krisida and paid respect to him.

Kruba krisida realised that this man business was bad and at that point of time, he took out a piece of old metal foil and wrote a takrut for him while blessing it on the spot.
He blessed the man, then placed the takrut in his hand and told him to keep this takrut in his noodle store and pray to it with faith.

Following the next day after that, more customer went to his noodle shop. Business had improved.
Few weeks later, his noodles became so popular that even customers had to queue up to buy his noodles. His business bloom to great height. It became so successful that following that, he opened a few more stores in other province to expand his noodle business. Simply unbelievable!

News spread about the success of this man's noodle store so fast, that most people in Chiangmai went to visit kruba krisida in his temple to ask for his blessing.

Phra Kruba Krisida Sumetho origninally lived at Ban Huay Muang, 57 Moo 3, Huay Yab district, ban Thi, Lampoon Province.
His father’s name is Mr. Uthai. Mother’s name is Mrs. Taranun and last name is Aekkunta.

A day before delivering a baby which was on Thursday, the eight day of a new moon, a Buddhist holy day, his mother, before dawn, dreamed of a colorful crystal soaring towards her which she held by her heart. When she woke up she started a little bit to be in labor until the delivery day which was Friday, the 7th of May 1976, the 9th day of a new moon, in the sixth lunar month (as of the southern part) but it was the 8th lunar month (as of the northern part) at 11pm.

The mother gave birth to a son with yellow complexion like the champac. His relative named Mr. Noiyuen Punkub, who was still alive did a midwifery at his own place, as in those days, it was very difficult to find a car to the hospital.
The route was more than 10 km away and due to the rain which started in the north during the beginning of May, caused trouble in getting to the hospital.
On the day kruba krisida was born, it was raining cats and dogs; there was thunder and lighting as well as storm. Moreover there was no electric power in the village, so either the paraffin lamp or candle was lit in the night time.
After his birth, his father gave him a name Krisida, following his mother’s dream of a holding a crystal and the heavy rain by the time he was born.
Miraculously, the rain stopped suddenly after he was born and had already taken a bath with warm water.

He was an easy born child, unlike other babies, he did not cry. Surprisingly, there was clear images of a lotus overlaid a conch on his soleprint, specially those on the right side which can be still be seen until now. That’s why his father named him according to these signs.
Young Krisida grew up to be a diligent, gratitude, smart and fast learning child. He talked like an adult. He talked so modestly that everybody was fond of him.
However, he was brought up very hard because of his ill health. He got sick every year.

During his primary education at Wat Huay Yab school, he began to adore Buddhism as he was persuaded by his grandfather to accompany him to make merit at the temple.
During the period of the Buddhist lent, northern people usually stay overnight at the temple in order to chant and make merit.

The first time he went to the temple with his grandfather, he was sitting in the Buddha Image Hall, looking at the main Buddha Image in a temple which was very gorgeous and smiling at him. He was very delighted and became extremely faithful. Every time he went to the temple, he always took a long look at the main Buddha Image and would like to take an ordination in the glorious creed of Buddhism. Furthermore, during the childhood, he studied herbal as well as other medical subjects from his grandfather who was a local doctor respected by the villagers.
Other nearby villagers also came to him for treatment.

After primary school, he was 13 years old at that time and ordained to be a summer novice at Wat Pa Yang (Sun Phra Chao Dang), Huay Yab, Ban Thi district, Lampoon province on the 1st of April, 1989, at 1.00 pm by Phra Kru Sopon Ratanasarn, the Ban Thi district monastery housemaster, who was a preceptor.
After ordination, he stayed at Wat Huay Yab and learned dharma together with elementary education at Sophon Vidhaya School for one year.

In 1990, he moved to Wat Pa Yang (Sun Phra Chao Dang) in order to study conveniently as he usually had to take a bus. That year, he met and paid respect to Kru Ba Inta Intapunyo, Wat Huay Sai Tai, Huay Yab, Ban Thi District, Lampoon Province on New Year’s day. When he saw Kru Ba, he was un-verbally faithful to him.
As Kru Ba was a senior monk in the district about whose capability he had heard from his grandfather and some villagers, he visited Kru Ba so often to be familiar with him. Kru Ba always loved and cared for him as he was his son. He taught him every thing, focusing on praying, counting beads and settling the respiration. Beside, he started to learn not only Lanna letter but also some other Lanna chanting from Por Noi and Por Nam who were masters at that time.
Anytime he did not understand anything, Kru Ba Inta would always give him clear advice and explanation. That’s why he became extraordinary close to Kru Ba.
In spite of him being a novice at Wat Huay Sai, he usually went back and forth Wat Pa Yang (Sun Phra Chao Dang) as he worked for these 2 temples efficiently.

He continued his education in various subjects and also trained to preach the story of the last great incarnation of the Buddha, especially the chapter of daughter and son (Kumarn) as well as wife (Mutsee) which he preached so beautifully that he became well-known by the time he was only a novice. Therefore, he traveled all over the northern part to give a sermon.
Until he was 20 years old and ready to go into priesthood under the glorious creed of Buddhism with Phra Kru Sophonratanasarn, the district monastery housemaster, as a preceptor. Phra Singkum Kuntigo (died) and Phra Athikarnvilaakkajitto, the Tambon monastery housemaster (left the priesthood) were his masters.
He was ordained at the church of Wat Pa Yang (Sun Phra Chao Dang), Huay Yab, Ban Thi districtm Lampoon province, on 7th May 1996, 1.35 pm.
He also got a Buddhist name as Sumethon by his preceptor of which the meaning was the intellectual. Not long after his ordination, the abbot then had left the priesthood and left all task of the temple to be under his responsibility when he was only 20 years old and also into his 1st year of priesthood.
He was acting as the abbot until he was 25 years old, the 5th year of priesthood, he was appointed to be the abbot until now. He has delivered a sermon since then and developed permanent structures and priest’s house in Wat Pa yang (Sun Phra Chao Dang) and other temples nearby.

He was also asked to preside over the successful construction of several permanent structures for many temples in different districts. Each time he has never given up although the funds of millions baht is needed. He not only develops the morality and Dharma to the public, disregarding castes and classes, but also develops continuously various permanent constructions till now.

Kruba Krisida 's amulets

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(Kruba Krisida Phra Pu Ta Zao Kua)

This amulet features the buddha sitting on a naga dragon.
Kruba mentioned to me that this amulet is best for increasing luck and fetching wealth
as the buddha (phra pu ta zao kua) fetched good luck and wealth
where else the Naga ate away all the bad luck.
Made of old nawa material.
Seeing is believing!
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(Kruba krisida special luck and wealth takrut)

(Kruba Krisida handwritten the gold takrut) (Sold out)

This is a handwritten takrut by kruba krisida for increasing luck and wealth, I took this picture in his temple while he was blessing and writing the takrut with special yantra.

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Friday, January 11, 2008

Gratitude is a rare Virtue

Gratitue is a rare virtue

The Buddha considered gratitude to be a great virtue. Yes, it is true that this virtue is rare in many society. You cannot always expect other people to be grateful to you for what you have done.

People are inclined to be forgetful especially when it comes to remembering past favours. If people fail to show gratitude, you have to learn to accept them as such - only then can you avoid disappointment. You can be happy regardless of wether people are grateful for your kindness and help; you need only think and feel satisfied that you have done your noble duty as human being to your fellow man.

Compare not with Others

You can rid yourself of unnecssary worry and trouble simply by not comparing yourself with others. As long as you regard others as your equal, superior or inferior , you will have intolerance and restlessness. If you do not adopt such an attitude, there is nothing for you to worry about.
If you think you are higher then others, you may become proud.
If you think you are second to none, others may descend on you.
If you think you are inferior, you may lose your own self- confidence.

For most people, it is very difficult to subdue their pride. It is advisable to learn how to reduce one's pride. If you are able to sacrifice your pride, then you can find your inner peace. You can harmonise yourself with others so as to experience peace and happiness.
Which is more important - to maintain your pride or peace of mind?

Try to realise that equality, inferiority, and superiority are all changing relative states.
You may be poor now but at another point of time you may be rich.
Today you may be ignorant, later however you can become wise.
Today you may be sick and unhappy but given time you will probably be healthy again.
However, there are many intangible human qualities which are regarded as mankind's heritage - human rights, human dignity, human status etc. Others have no right to deprive you of them.
( If you are good to yourself, you are good to others. If you are good to others, you are good to yourself)

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Wednesday, January 9, 2008

The story of Sivali Thera

Story of Sivali Thera

At the time of the Buddha Gotama there reigned a righteous King and Queen named Koliya and Suppavasa. After some time Queen Suppavasa conceived a child. The unborn child brought great fortune to the kingdom. Not only did the queen receive many gifts from friends and relatives, the whole kingdom became prosperous. Crops grew in abundance and everyone was well-fed and healthy.

The queen grew heavy with child but when the natural time for the birth arrived, she failed to deliver the baby. She grew uneasy as time passed by with still no signs of the birth, and asked the King to invite the Buddha and His retinue of monks for a meal. After the meal the Buddha blessed the queen by saying:

"May Suppavasa, daughter of the Koliya clan,Be happy and healthy and give birth to a healthy son."

After the Buddha left, the queen gave birth to a beautiful, healthy son. As a mark of respect for the Buddha, who had eased the queen’s heavy burden with His blessings, invited the Buddha and his retinue to receive alms at the palace for seven days. They named the prince Sivali, as from the time of his conception; the people’s hardships were alleviated through an abundance of rich crops.

One day when Shariputra was on his alms round he visited the prince and informed him of the suffering that he and his mother had undergone because of the delayed pregnancy. Shariputra then went on to explain to the prince the unwholesome action that his mother and he had performed and the resulting effects of their actions.

In a previous birth Sivali had been born as the King of Benares and had waged war on a neighboring kingdom. He had surrounded the kingdom and told the citizens to surrender or fight back. When they refused to surrender, in collaboration with his consort, his present mother, he had decided to surround the city and hold them hostage until they did so. The citizens, who did not want to fight back or live under the rule of such a king, had not surrendered. As a result, they had suffered greatly without food for a very long period. Many of the sick and the elderly had died but the arrogant king and his queen had not given in. Many months later the King had withdrawn his troops and released his hostages but he had paid dearly for the suffering he had caused. At death he was reborn in Avichi hell. The delayed pregnancy and the suffering he and his mother had undergone resulting from the delay were the residual effects of this action.

After illustrating the Noble Truth of suffering, Shariputra asked the prince if he would like to join the Noble Order so that he could seek the path to end all suffering. The prince was overjoyed at this invitation and agreed to join the order with his mother’s permission.

The queen, who was a devoted follower of the Buddha, agreed. She escorted Prince Sivali in procession to the monastery to be ordained. On the day of ordination when they shave his hair, Shariputra advised Sivali to meditate on the impurities of the body. Sivali, who was spiritually advanced resulting from previous wholesome actions, focused his mind as instructed. Before the completion of the shaving of his hair, Sivali attained the supreme wisdom of Nibbána.

The monks soon noticed a strange phenomenon when they were with Sivali as Sivali always seemed to have an abundance of rich, fragrant food and the other requisites (robes, shelter and medicine). Monks who were with him also had the opportunity to share in the bounty. Wherever Sivali went, people flocked around to prepare food for him. Donors offered Sivali with all the requisites of a monk every time he went on his alms round.

Therefore, it was that wherever Sivali traveled both people and devas supported him. He and his retinue of 500 monks were in an uninhabited forest for seven days, but they were not short of food. The Devas made sure that they fulfill all his requirements. Similarly, when Sivali was traveling through the desert he was well provided with requisites.
The Buddha, seeing that Sivali was fulfilling a previous aspiration in His reign, declared that he was foremost among the monks in obtaining requisites. He also instructed monks who were traveling on long, tedious journeys through uninhabited terrain be accompanied by Sivali, as with him by their side they would be ensured of the requisites.

In fact, on one occasion when the Buddha and His retinue of 30,000 monks were traveling to visit the monk Khadhiravaniya Revata (Shariputra’s younger brother) they had to cross an uninhabited forest. Ánanda, fearing that they would not be able to obtain food in the jungle for such a large number of monks, questioned the Buddha about the logistics of the journey.
The Buddha assured Ánanda that they had nothing to worry about as Sivali was with them. With Sivali present, there would be no shortage of food because even the Devas reveled in taking care of his requirements. That's true,all gods and unseen creatures in the jungle gathered to pay respect to Sivali and brought a great deal of food for all .

Sivali is worshiped by Thai people as the greatest fortune-fetching monk. Sivali was an important disciple of Lord Buddha. He was praised by the Lord as the most miraculous monk for fortune. Some say that Thai Bhikkhu’s pay reverence to Sivali Thera that brought prosperity to Thailand, a Theravada Buddhist country. Sivali thera was also known as the deity who brought in good luck and wealth in abundance.

kruba Noi 's Pra Sivali amulets (inserted real 24k gold takrut)

(kruba Noi Pra Sivali amulet, front)

(kruba Noi Pra Sivali amulet, back)

This is a unqiue Pra Sivali amulet made and blessed by kruba noi from wat si dong moon. He has specially handwriiten a real 24k gold takrut and inserted it below the amulet. Kruba Noi mentioned that this amulet is good for increasing good luck and attracting wealth in abundance.

I was told by the Thai people that this Pra Sivali amulet was only limited produced during the special major ceremony in Wat si dong moon.

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Monday, January 7, 2008

Lp Up Wat Tongsai

Recently, I went to visit Luang phor Up of Wat Tongsai, Nakornpathom province.

Lp Up is famous for making one particlar type of amulet call Nangpim, also known as Pim pa.
Due to the great experiences and effective results of the Nangpim amulets, I was strongly recommended by many Thai people to visit this monk at Nakornpathom.

When l reached his temple, Lp Up was busy chanting and blessing Thai people who went to visit him. I went to the counter and chow his nangpim amulets and other amulets.
As has been said by many people, his nangpim amulet is indeed unqiue and nevertheless fascinating.
According to the Thai people, this mae nangpim was considered to be a mountain god.
After he finish blessing the Thai people, l passed him all the amulets which I chow from the counter and specially requested him to add extra yantra on the nangpim amulets.
He used his gold marker, chanted a very unique mantra while writing extra yantra on the nangpim amulet, pieces by pieces.

Lp Up told me:" This nangpim amulet can be used for many purposes, even to the extend for curing sickness. You have to chant the katha for the nangpim and rub white liquor on the nangpim to feed her ,then make your wish and pray for nangpim to help you."
Indeed, with that in mind, I got more curious and interested in this nangpim amulet.
After finished toking to Lp Up, I pay my respect and left the temple shortly.

Lp Up Biography

LP Up or PhraAThiGan Gasem KemMaJaRo was born in 12 August B.E.2464.

LP Up was ordained at the age of 20 years at Wat TungNoi. After LP had lived at Wat TongSai for 9 years. Next, LP had Tudong and lived at Wat WangChado for 2 years. Until B.E.2508 LP Up came back to Wat TongSai again.LP was interested in studying magical knowledge since LP was a layman.

LP had learned with LP Noi of Wat Thammasala and traveled to learned Thai herb knowledge with many famous guru monks. LP is very expertise about Thai herb medicine so much. The famous Visha of LP is “ChaeNamMon(holy water)”.
Every day, many people travel LP to wait for cure from any disease.
The famous amulet of LP Up is “Takrut GanNgoo” and “NangPim amulet”.

Lp Up 's amulets

(Lp Up special attraction patyant)

Lp Up mentioned that he made this patyant 8 years ago.
Interesting patyant featuring many kama sutra position and the original temple stamp.
Good for metta and attraction.
This patyant is for display only and not available for sales.

(Lp Up Mae Pim Pa Roon Pong Prai GuMan, front)

(Lp Up Mae Pim Pa Roon Pong Prai GuMan, back)

This nangpim (Pim pa) is specially made by Lp Up with added gold yantra behind.
More information of this Lp Up Mae Pim Pa Roon Pong Prai GuMan at: (Sold out)

(Lp Up Mae Pim Pa Roon with yin tong, front)

(Lp Up Mae Pim Pa Roon with yin tong, back)

This is special nang pim (pim pa) made by lp up, the interesting feature of this amulet is the upside down yintong feature behind the amulet. This amulet also include some special herbs material inserted inside the amulet. Lp Up also specially added yantra on the back and front of this amulet.

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(Lp Up Mae Pim Pa Roon gold plate)

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