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Katha Puja Phra Somdej

There has been much request for a katha that is suitable for Phra Somdej enthusiasts. Here is a good katha called Katha Puja Phra Somdej. Suitable for any Phra Somdej that resembles that of Ven. Somdej Toh’s work of art. Hardly heared of people teaching this now. The photo above is an other phim Phra Somdej Wat Khun In called, Phim Phrakthan Mai Mi PhaThip.

Start by recalling Ven. Somdej Toh to mind, and the Teacher whom consrecated your Phra Somdej other than Ven. Somdej Toh. Recite Namo Tassa… followed by:

Tosentowaradhammena Tosatthaneasiwaray Tosangagasijantunang Tosachitthangnamamihang (Click here to listen)

What should you do before chanting parittas or khatas?

There has been many enquiries with regards to what should one do before chanting. I believe different Teachers may have their own practise, therefore one shouldn’t be too rigid with such customs.

In my personal opinion, it should be ideal that before we start every chanting sessions, one should always clean ourselves first. Like a Teacher that I have much admirations to Archan PraChuop of Pattalung, he always make it a practise to bathe himself before beginning any chantings. If we are in front of our Buddha’s altar, always lit a pair of candles and incense smoke. Generally 3 sticks of incense sticks, representing the Triple Gems or if ones parent have passed away, 5 sticks, representing Triple Gems, father and mother. Do ensure that candles and incense sticks remain lit throughout the session.

One should make an effort to calm his mind and regain mindfullness. Samadhi for a short while then recall Triple Gems to mind. Follow with our parent and Teachers ( which we call Krus ). Then begin your chantings.

My Teachers

It is important that we have our Teachers at heart. In my opinion, a Teacher can help to anchor our mindfullness and establish our faith. In this world of ours…chaotic it may seems at times, no matter how strong we are or how successful we are. When we reach deep into ourselves in our solitary, we will realise how small we can be. We must realise at times there’s something bigger than ourselves.

One of my most revered Teachers are my Master Rershi(s). I was introduce to adopt Rershi as my Teacher many years ago and I have never stop since.

It can be quite a miracle for those whom revers them faithfully.

One of the great Rershi(s) I have came across is Pothan Sompann Rershi of Tham Nai Dao of Nakorn. Don’t underestimate such a plain statue! This Teacher have many a times grant my and others wishes. He reside in a cave called Tham Nai Dao in Nakorn. I have once brought a friend to this cave. He is very sensitive to unusual paranormal energies, he couldn’t even get near Pothan Sompann’s altar until I asked of his permission to bring a friend to revere him.

Master Rershi(s) are Teachers, Gautama the Buddha’s Teachers are Rershi(s) too. One of the very first amulets found, Phra Rod, was made by Rershi Narod. It may sound ridiculous but some Rershi(s) aged over a thousand years of age!

Maybe at a later postings, I will share with our dear readers on the offering requisites and kathas with regards to revering Master Rershi(s).

Somdej PhraBuddhacharn Toh’s Katha(s)

We thank you all whom have trusted us and our recommendations on Phra Somdej Wat Khun In. According to the feedbacks from some of our members and colletors from abroad, these batch especially the phim niyoms have brought much good factors or influences to sincere bearers. As a result, we have many enquiries for kathas from or of Somdej Toh. Most knew of PhraKatha Jinnabanchon, I have featured before, but most take time to master it. Here we would like to share with you all kathas of and from Somdej Toh. ( It will all be archived in About Kathas section later.)



Verses from Somdej Phrabuddhacharn Toh before we begin chanting PhraKatha Jinnabanchon (Click here to listen)

Putthak Kamo Lakpe Puthang Taknak Kamo Lakpe Taknang Artik Gaye Gayak Yayak Thevaknang Piyathang Sutava

Itipiso Bhagawa Yama Rachano Thavesuwanno Moraknang Sukhang Arahang Sugato Nak Mo Budh Dha Yak

Verses from Somdej Phrabuddhacharn Toh on Metta Mahalap (Click here to listen)

Metta Khunang Arahang Metta x 9

Verses from Somdej Phrabuddhacharn Toh to make reverence to celestial heavens on getting rid of bad luck, sufferings, illnesses, dangers, negative effects from planetary movements and bestowing of good blessings. It is called;

Katha Bucha Duang Chada (Click here to listen)

Namo Me Sabba Devanam Sabba Garaha Ca Devanam

Suriyam Ca Pamun Catha Sasi Bhummo Ca Devanam

Vudho Labham Bhavissati Jivo Sukaro Ca Maha Labham

Soro Rahu Ketu Ca Maha Labham

Sabba Bhayam Vinassanti

Sabba Dukkham Vinassanti

Sabba Rogam Vinassanti

Lakkhana aham Vandami Sabbada Sabbe Devanam Palayantu

Sabbada Etena Mangala Tejena Sabba Sotthi Bhavantumae.

Known verses of Somdej Toh called Katha Bucha Somdej Phrabuddhacharn Toh Phromarangsi.(Click here to listen)

Om sri sri phromarangsi nama tejo maha sammano maha panyo maha yaso sapha sitthi bhavantumae namo phothi satto phromarangsi.

Takrut MahaRakngap MahaChakapat

Earlier we were talking about ‘Pong Jindamanee’ prepared by Somdej Phra Panarat of Wat Pah Kaew for King Naresuan. Now we will share with you another  great gift by Somdej Phra Panarat to King Naresuan, the ultimate takrut and the King of all takruts, Takrut MahaRakngap MahaChakapat. King Naresuan wore his at all times and especially during warfares. He regconised its effectiveness and requested Somdej Phra Panarat to make one for all his platoon leaders to enhance their skills and lead them to victories.

‘MahaRakngap’ means power to stop or obstruct or defeat. Whereas ‘MahaChakapat’ means the ultimate King. Therefore the main purpose of Takrut MahaRakngap MahaChakapat is to stop or defeat any factors that may affect the bearer or owner negatively. Example; If one carries it, he will be safe wherever he goes or if he has to meet his enemies or competition, he will win over them or win them. If is is kept in the premise, it will safeguard the premise against robberry, buglary and other disturbances to the premise or occupants.
Because it is also MahaChakapat, it is endowed with great energy of Mahalap, MahaMetta, MahaSanae, MahaNiyom, Pokasap, Klaewkard and others. There was an ancient saying that says the value of Takrut MahaRakngap MahaChakapat is more valueable than a gift of diamond from heaven.

However it is hard to find a skillful Teacher who can make this takrut. Any unqualified practisioner whom attempts to write this takrut will lose their mind. Therefore since Ayuddhaya time till now, very few was heard of mastering this takrut. The grand Teacher of this takrut is non other than Ven. LP Boon Thiam, then Ven. LP Salikho but he has passed away last year. Ven.  LP Salikho is very effective too, that is why his Takrut MahaRakngap at present is easily above RM2,000. Even when you can afford higher few are willing to part with such a hard to come by collection!



Since last year, we were requesting Archan Vicharn of Wat PotthiPakkai in Ayuddhaya to make for us. And there has been much request from our members since but this Takrut is hard to make therefore just writing one piece take much time. An average Takrut MahaRakngap MahaChakapat is about 1feet (12 inches) in lenght and 0.75 inches in diameter. It weighs approximately 1kg. It is decorated with gold leaves when preparing for poksek ceremony.

The Teacher whom makes this takrut must be a person of great patience because the yants on this takrut must be ‘rig nam’ or made potent by means of incantations before he began inscribbing them. We will show you part of the yants below:

It isn’t like an average takrut where the yants or kom writing are few or simple. After writing is completed, it will be rolled and decorated with gold leaves. Then it has to be poksek again. That is the reason why Archan Vicharn seldom make much, only when requested.

There were many enquiries about why is the takrut so long. Those days when people use to built their own homes, this Takrut MahaRakngap MahaChakapat is tied to their main pillar when they construct their home. It is common to use this takrut to protect the home and occupants and at the same time vibrates harmonious and prosperity vibes thoughout their homes.

It is suitable for homes and business premises because it provides;

  • protection
  • prosperity
  • harmony
  • avoiding negative influences or chi
  • black magic
  • winning over business competition
  • many more…

However, it would be ideal if the owner or bearer chant its katha for better energy. It will be ideal if we can chant them according to the power of the day. Eg Monday, the power is 15x, then we chant the katha 15 times and in a week we would have achieved 108 times.

Katha Takrut Maha Rakngap Maha Chakapat (Click here to listen!)

Namo tassa… (x3)

Piyo Theva Manuksanang

Piyo Brahma Nakmuttamo

Piyo Naga Supannayang

Prijin Sriyang Na Ma Mi Hang

Itti Paramita Tingsa

Itti Sappanyu Ma Khatta

Ittipothik Manuppatto

Itipiso Jatenamo

E Ra Ja Ga Ta Rak Sa

Ti Hang Ca To Ro Ti Nang

Pi Sam Ra Lo Pu Sat Pu

So Ma Na Ka Ri Tha Tho

Bha Sam Sam Vi Sa Tae Bha

Ga Budh Pan Du Dam Wa Ga

Wa Dho No A Ma Ma Wa

A Vi Su Nutt Sa Nu Ti

Na Mo Budh Dha Ya

Ya Dha Budh Mo Na

Bak Ra Mang Bha Ga Wa

Ma A U Bha Ga Wa

Nak Mak Pak Tak

Cha Pa Ka Sa

About Kathas

Phra Katha Putthajayamangkala (Pahung ) The Eight Verses on Wholesome Victories

Pahung Sahassama Phinim Mitasa Vutthantang,

Krimay Khalang Utitakho Rasasay Namarang,

Tana Titham Mavitthina Cittava Muninto,

Tantay Casa Phavatu *May Cakyamang Kalanik.


Creating a form thousand-armed, each with a weapon, Mara on the elephant

Girimekhala roared firghtfully with his soldiers. The Lord of Munis conquered

him by means of Dhamma giving and so on; by the power of this may I be of

wholesome victories.

( Chanting this part, can make your enemy to respect or fear you. By the

power of metta we can convert them to become our aide or friend which

subsequently yields positive results.)


Mara Tiray Kamaphiyut Cittasap Paratting,

Khoram Pana Lava Kamakkhamma Thadthayakkang,

Khanti Sutan Tavithina Cittava Muninto,

Tantay Casa Phavatu *May Cakyamang Kalanik.


More than Mara making war all night, was the frightfulness of Alavaka the

Yakkha, impatient and arrogant. The Lord of Munis conquered him by means

of well-taming and patience; by the power of this may I be of wholesome


(Chanting this part, can shield and protect us from bad spirits or ghost.)

Nala Kiring Kacavarang Atimat Tapphutang,

Tavat Kicak Kamasani Vasuta Runantang,

Mettam Pussay Kavitthina Cittava Muninto,

Tantay Casa Phavatu *May Cakyamang Kalanik.


The noble elephant Nalagiri became quite mad, very cruel, like a forest fire,

wheel-weapon or a thunder-bolt. The Lord of Munis conquered him by means

of sprinkling the water of loving-kindness; by the power of this may I be of

wholesome victories.

( Chant this part, to conquer your enemy by means of metta )


Ukkhit Takkhak kamatihat Thasutta Runantang,

Thavan Tiyo Canapathang Kulima Lavantang,

Itthi Phisang Khatamano Cittava Muninto,

Tantay Casa Phavatu *May Cakyamang Kalanik.


Very cruel, with a sword upraised in his expert hand, Angulimala running

three leaques along the path, he was garlanded with fingers. The Lord of

Munis conquered him with a mind performing marvels: by the power of this

may I be wholesome victories.

(Chant this for protection when traveling to places. Especially to place known

of spiritual disturbances.)


Katava Nakat Thamtarang Iva Kapphiniya,

Cincaya Tutthavacanang Canaka Yamachey,

Santayna Somavithina Cittava Muninto,

Tantay Casa Phavatu *May Cakyamang Kalanik.


Having made her belly like a pregnant woman, by tying on a piece of wood,

Cinca spoke lewdly in the midst of the people. The Lord of Munis conquered

her by fair and peaceful means; by the power of this may I be of wholesome


(Chant this to protect from known enemies whom may hurl accusations or

other misdeed. Think of your enemy when chanting this katha.)


Sakcang Viha Yamatisak Cakkava Takaytung,

Vata Phiro Pitamanang Atian Thaphutang,

Panya Pati Pacalito Cittava Muninto,

Tantay Casa Phavatu *May Cakyamang Kalanik.


Saccaka, whose speech habitually departed from the truth, raised up, like a

flag, his theory with a mind completely blind. The Lord of Munis conquered

him by wisdom’s shining lamp; by the power of this may I be of wholesome

(Chant this often to build strenght in speech. It will help to gain rapport and

trust when we speak.)


Nanto Panan Taphucakang Viputthang Mahitthing,

Puttaynat Thayrakphucakayna Tama Payanto,

Itthu Patay Savitthina Cittava Muninto,

Tantay Casa Phavatu *May Cakyamang Kalanik.


Nandopananda the serpent of wrong misunderstanding but great power, the

(Buddha’s) son, the Elder (Moggallana) serpent-like set out to tame. The

Lord of Munis conquered him by means of a demonstration of power; by the

power of this may I be of wholesome victories.
(Chant this to avoid animal bites.)

Tukka Hatit Thiphucakayna Sutattha Hatthang,

Prammang Visut Thijuttimit Thipaka Phithanang,

Yana Katay Navithina Cittava Muninto,

Tantay Casa Phavatu *May Cakyamang Kalanik.


Like a serpent well coiled about the arms were the wrongly grasped views of

the Bhrama-god named Baka of pure light and power. The Lord of Munis

conquered him by means of the medicine of  knowledge; by the power of this

may I be of wholesome victories.
(Chant this to tame aggrresive and annoying spirits that disturbs people.)

Eta Piput Thacayamang Kala Attha Katha

Yo Va Cano Tinatinay Saratay Matanti,

Hitava Nanay Kavivithani Cupat Thavani,

Mokkhang Sukhang Athikmeiya Naro Sapanyo.


These Jayamangala Katha will be good if we can chant regularly with faith, it

can help alleviate ones condition for the better and eventually success.

However it can be broken down individually to eight different kathas with a

strenght of its own.

This can be chanted as often as one wishes whether the entire Katha or parts

or one may chant in accordance to the power of the day;

Monday                                     15 times
Tuesday                                       8 times
Wednesday-Day                        17 times
Wednesday-Nite                        12 times
Thursday                                    19 times
Friday                                        21 times
Saturday                                    10 times
Sunday                                         6 times
Total        108 times
Phra Katha Phra Chao 16 Phra Ong (click to listen)

Na Ma Na A
Nor Kor Na Ka
Kor Or Nor A
Na A Ka Ang
U Mi A Mi
Ma Hik Su Thang
Su Na Bud Dhang
Su A Na A


Phra Katha Puja Rahu (click to listen)

Kukseto Ma Ma Kukseto
Toramo Ma Ma Toramo
Guihamo Ma Ma Guihamo
Guttimo Ma Ma Guttimo

Jathathang Ma Ma Thangthaja
Tangvathang Ma Ma Thangvatang
Tangseka Ma Ma Kasetang
Katija Ma Ma Jatika

The real Dok Mai Thong

You may have heard much about takrut Dok Mai Thong but few have really seen the real thing. The dried flower shown above is Dok Mai Thong. It is rare and difficult to plant. Most places are cautious about planting them because when the flower blooms it creates a sensual aura of sexual intimacy.

This Dok Mai has been blessed by Ven. LP Sanie Chan of Wat Huay Chod. Of course naturally it is endowed with energy Metta and Sanae but with Ven. LP’s blessing, it works even better.

For those whom favors, Metta Oil but are worried that some irresponsible traders may add a little of Nam man Prai (coprse’s oil) to spice it up for greater strenght but may bring grave results subsequently.

You can add your own favourite fragrant oil (natural without alcohol) into a glass bottle with this flower in it. If the bottle is exposed to air, not only will it smells wonderful but it carries positive energy of Metta and Sanae. Or you may keep it at home but dab a little of this oil on the tip of your nose and run it up to your forehead, 3 times before you go out to work or meet someone.


You may chant:

U ba sam ba, ba so u cha, metta khunang arahang metta. 9 times

It is 100% natural and you don’t have to worry of any side effects! Some people finds Metta oil more effective because we naturally have oil in our body and if we just put a dab on to us, it covers our entire body.

Suitable for :

  • If you are still single and look forward to find a suitable partner.
  • Businesses that caters for romantic moods of couples may want to air up their premise with sensual mood.
  • Lovely couples whom are looking to spice up their love-life.
  • People whom lacked Metta.
  • Sales professional whom meets people all the time. You may chant this additional katha called;

Katha Kha Khai Dee ( Prosperous business/selling )

Namo tassa bhagavato arahato sammasambuddhassa  x3

Puthak Pahung Caknanang Ehi Jit Thang Ehi Manuksanang Ehi Laphang Ehi Metta Chomputipae Manuksanang Etiyo Burikso Jit Thang Panthang Ehi.

Phra Phrom, The Great Brahma


Since the period of more than 5,000 years ago, the disciples of Brahman had paid homage to Phra Phrom as one of their highly esteemed God in their religion. The Brahman religion was known to be one of the religion that had the longest history. This religion was mainly symbolised by 3 major God i.e. God Brahma, God Vishnu and God Shiva, which also form the main body of the religion. The originality of this Trinity was that the Brahman religion believed that these 3 Gods combined their powers to create this Buddhist world (the Earth is part of it).
1. BRAHMA: Creator of the world and all things.
2. VISHNU: Preserver of all things.
3. SHIVA: Destroyer that makes all things exist and perish according to natural cycles.

In Buddhist Literature, Brahma was also described as the great Brahma. During such time, though, Buddhism was prevalent, the prac¬tices of Brahman religion were also accepted by Buddhism, and as a result both were able to exist in harmony.
The feature of Great Brahma was a God with 4 faces and 4 pair of hands. Many ignorant people knew him as the 4-face Buddha. In fact in the record of Buddhist literature, he belongs to the class of God and not Buddha, therefore it will be more proper to call him as 4 face God or the Great Brahma.
The significance of the 4 faces of the Great Brahma was to offer help to all cry from all directions, to attend to any slightest request for help, to see to it that everything was just and fair, to release all mood and gloom of the human behaviour as wished.

It was also believed that there were specific significant in the religious items held by the hands and the posture. Each religious item significance was interpreted as follow:-

  1. Book: Represents knowledge
  2. Bead: Represents Control Karma
  3. Spear Stick: Represents will power
  4. Flower Vase: Represents Blessing water (All Requests are fulfilled) 
  5. Conch Shell: Represents offer of wealth
  6. Mystic position of hand placed on chest: Represents offering compassion
  7. Flying wheel: Represents clearing of disaster and calamities, suppress evil, release all gloominess and worries; Cakka 
  8. Cinta Mani: Represents Almighty power of Buddha.

As for the legends about Brahma there are more than the total number of legends of his partners. Among them, some are glorifying while some are destructive libels that make everyone condemnes, and some are delibrate exaggerated mystery.
One of the exaggerated mystery known of as commonly used by the tourist guides who tried to use it as propaganda and even a movie, “Demons Rearing” shown here before, also has the same portray in the script.
It said that if one hope to have the wishes fulfilled, then one should get a female strip-tease dancer in front of God Brahma as offer. This was not only misleading, also it was sinful, offensive and disrespect to God Brahma. It is hope that all merciful and ever responsive Great Brahma will extend to these people, his generous pardon and forgiveness.
In many places in Asia, many people like to pay homage to Brahma and in recent years, because of the prosperous developments of commerce and industry in Hongkong and Singapore, and also due to the Thai Buddhism religious culture being widespread, many people who have been to Thailand have brought back Buddhist image for worship and Brahma is one of those favourite being worshipped. Other than Hong Kong and Singapore, Brahma can be seem in many places in Malaysia, Indonesia, Brunei etc. Now, Brahma is no longer restricted to be worshipped in Indian temples only.
The power of Brahma: Give help to important duty, preservation of land and properties, rescue when life is in danger, prosper industry.
Method of worship for request: Have the intention written on paper and place it under the image, as most suitable. Any kind of languages is acceptable.
Katha for the Great Brahma – Phra Phrom
Omkarabindunatam uppannam brohmasaha-patinama atikappe su, a, kato pancapatunam tisva namobuddhaya vandanam. Siddhi kiccam siddhi kammam siddhi kariya tathagatho siddhi teco jayoniccam siddhi labho nirantaram sabbakammam prasiddhime sabbasiddhi bhavantu me.

The following is the Time-table for praying for blessings and praying for fullfiling one’s wish with regards to various aspects of daily life affairs:

  1. To pray for wealth (including both wealth from one’s business or career and that of luck) : 9 am to 11 am Or 5 pm to 10 pm
  2. To pray for good health out of sickness : 11 am to 1 pm
  3. To pray for marriage happiness and good terms between husband and wife : 7 am to 9 am Or 1 pm to 2 pm
  4. To pray for job happiness and security (including successful job seeking or changing jobs) : 8 am to 10 am 
  5. To pray for good yield from liveslocks and poultries : 12 noon to 2 pm Or 7 pm to 8 pm
  6. To pray for safety and security out at sea : 10 am to 11 am Or 4 pm to 6 pm
  7. To pray for obtaining kids : 11 am to 3 pm
  8. To pray for success in studies : 2 pm to 5 pm
  9. To pray for family safety and peace : Anytime from morning till night
  10. To pray for success in falling in love : 8 am to 12 noon Or 5 pm to 7 pm
  11. To pray for work being able to carry out smoothly and successfully : Anytime from morning till night
  12. To pray for being able to be free from any court/legal suits : 9 am to 10 am Or 5 pm to 6 pm

Featuring Phra Phrom Poon Sawat 2551 Amulets of Ven. LP Thong Poon Wat Ban Pen

Ven. LP Thong Poon, Wat Ban Pen

The Teachers invited for this Putha & Thevaphisek on Wesak Day year 2551. The top four Teachers are Ven. LP Tim, Ven. LP Sawat, Ven. LP Ruay, Ven. LP Perm, Ven. LP Thong Poon and others. We highly recommend this batch for collectors because of the good Teachers that initiated and completed the ceremony. It was also consrecated on Wesak Day.


Standard Phim front and back.


Special Phim Gold or Silver Phra Phrom on Navak Samrit base. The special phim gold made 19 pieces only (above left), this one is piece no 19, also the last piece. The gold here doesn’t refers to electro-plated gold or gold leaves paste but real gold piece forming the entire Phra Phrom. At the back of this piece, is the batch code, Thai numerals ’19’ and handwritten yant by Ven. LP Thong Poon himself.

Phra Phrom Phokasap 2551, its’ Putthaphisek and Thevaphisek ceremonies were conducted on Wesak/Visakha Day 2551. Ven. LP Thong Poon Wat Ban Pen and many other Ven. LPs were invited to initiate the blessing ceremonies. Every piece comes with coded number and handwritten yants. This is Pim Phra Phrom Aekalak Archan Heng. This Phim follows exactly Archan Heng’s, Ayuddhaya, Pim Phra Phrom. Archan Heng’s Pim Phra Phrom is very much sought after and hard to find, now it values easily RM10,000 the very least. Therefore Ven. LP Thong Poon would like to commemorate one of Ayuddhaya’s greatest collections.

ChakGaJan (蝉) Riak Sap ( Cicada that attracts wealth )


About Cicada

A cicada is an insect in the superfamily Cicadoidea, with large eyes wide apart on the head and usually transparent, well-veined wings. There are about 2,500 species of cicada around the world, and many remain unclassified. Cicadas live in temperate to tropical climates where they are among the most widely recognized of all insects, mainly due to their large size and remarkable acoustic talents.

Cicadas are benign to humans and do not bite or sting. Shells of cicadas are employed in the traditional medicines of China.

After mating, the female cuts slits into the bark of a twig, and into these she deposits her eggs. She may do so repeatedly, until she has laid several hundred eggs. When the eggs hatch, the newborn nymphs drop to the ground, where they burrow. Most cicadas go through a life cycle that lasts from two to five years and some as long as 17 years.

Cicadas live underground as nymphs for most of their lives. The nymphs feed on root juice and have strong front legs for digging.

In the final nymphal instar, they construct an exit tunnel to the surface and emerge. They then molt (shed their skins), on a nearby plant for the last time and emerge as adults. The abandoned skins remain, still clinging to the bark of tree.

Finding Cicada

Locating them in deep jungles.

A permission ritual is carried out before digging them up. Because like Ven. LP Sanie Chan called it ChakGaJan Riak Sap Kayasit Thevasaktik, it means this cicadas is naturally endowed with auspicious energy and has Thep/Theva or celestials guarding them. Therefore proper rituals have to be conducted before digging them up.

Found one!!! Is is not very common to find them, the last time we had them was about 5 years ago. Some Ven. LPs made bronze or brass cicadas or carved cicadas from jade, but nothing is better than the natural real cicadas.

Only had 5 so far.

We cleaned them from sand and dust, and now we bring to Ven. LPs to thevaphisek or poksek.

Why is cicadas so popular?

Nowadays we commonly see fengshui practitioners introducing them to their clients, but mostly in jade or metal form. These knowledge of auspiciousness of cicadas go all the way back to ancient China. The cicada was a symbol of renewed life and immortality. As early as the Shang Dynasty (1523-1027 BCE) the Chinese were impressed by the dramatic life cycle of this insect. Beginning life as an ugly whittish grub that lives for seven to thirteen years underground. It then eventually tunnels to the surface and emerges as a flying creature. Like other creatures that seem magically reborn in dramatically different forms.

See it molt or shed skin!

In China, the phrase ‘to shed off the golden cicada skin’ is the poetic name of the tactic of using deception to escape danger, specifically of using decoys (leaving the old shell) to fool enemies. It became one of the 36 classic Chinese strategems. In the Chinese classic Journey to the West, the protagonist Priest of Tang was named the Golden Cicada; in this context the multiple shedding of shell of the cicada symbolizes the many stages of transformation required of a person before all illusions have been broken and one reaches enlightenment.

Cicada is considered auspicious because it symbolises happiness and eternal youth.

The cicada also symbolizes regeneration, rebirth and immortality. The cicadas was depicted on Shang rituals bronzes buried with the dead, and later jade or marble carved cicadas were placed in the mouth of the deceased. Because of the length of its life cycle-as much as seventeen years- the cicadas also symbolizes longevity.

ChakGaJan Riak Sap Kayasit Thevasaktik

These auspicious cicada is thevaphisek or poksek by :

  1. Ven. LP Selood Wat Kuk U Thong
  2. Ven. LP Sanie Chan Wat Huay Chod
  3. Ven. LP Dam Wat SanTitTham
  4. Ven. LP Thong Dam Wat ThamTapianThong

A close-up of Chakgajan!


Chakgajan with Takrut Sarika Koo ( Sarika Male & Female ) being tied with saisin ( holy strings used for poksek rituals ), together with Wan Sao Long, leaves and stems of a tree endowed with great Metta.

This ChakGaJan Riak Sap is endowed with :

  1. Metta, Loving Kindness
  2. Sanie, Love attraction
  3. Mahalap, Enhancing Luck
  4. Klaewkard, Avoiding Misfortunes
  5. Protection from dangers
  6. Make people like to listen to us speaking ( because of one pair of Takrut ngern Sarika Koo )
  7. Longevity
  8. Youthful beauty
  9. Enhancing our ability to withstand adversity and breakthrough ( like cicada underneath the ground for many years before breaking into the skies )

Katha ChakGaJan Riak Sap

Namo Tassa Bhagawato Arahato Sammasambudhassa x3

Piyo Theva Manussanang

Piyo Brahma Nakmuttamo

Piyo Naga Supannayang

Prijin Sriyang Na Ma Mi Hang

Ehi Jit Thang Pi Yang Ma Mak.

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Venerable Doctor Jivaka Komarabhacca ( Mo Ji Vo )


In the beginning of the Lord Buddha’s period. Buddhism was widely prevalent in Rajagaha City. The monks who were living there had to take care of themselves when they were sick. They sometimes got some medicines from their relatives or from the people who expressed willing to provide the medicines for the monks in advance. There were no conveniences at all for the monks in those days.

When Ven. Dr. Jivaka Komarabhacca had graduated from Taxila. He surrendered himself to be a public doctor and he provided the medical services for the Lord Buddha, the sick monks. All the medical – conveniences and more comfortable treatment were provided by Jivaka Komarabhacca.

Ven. Dr. Jivaka Kormarabhacca satisfied the King Bimbisara so that he was appointed by the king to be a doctor for Royal family. He also gave the treatment to king’s internal subordinates.

Apart from this, Ven. Dr. gave the neuro-surgery for brain symptoms to the millionaire of Rajagaha City and the abdominal operation for Varanasi millionaire’s son. This indicated that the medical treatment which Jivaka Komarabhacca used in those days, was very advanced like the present treatment has been.

Apart from the medical treatment, Ven. Dr. Jivaka Komarabhacca had also played a key role in improving the monk’s living standard e.g. he approached to the Lord Buddha and informed the Lord Buddha to give an allowance of walking up and down-seat and fire-house to the monks. And previously the monks faced the difficulties in searching for the clothes, he requested the Lord Buddha to give an allowance of the clothes. That is to say, the monks could directly received the clothes provided by the house-holders. As a result of this, the monks lived the more comfortable life upto the present.

Ven. Dr. Jivaka Komarabhacca also felt care about the social condemnation of meat-eating of the monks. He asked for suggestion from the Lord Buddha on how to do about meat-eating. The Lord Buddha laid down the regulation for this case that the monks were allowed to eat the meat sold publicly in the market, but not to eat the meat prepared specifically for them.

Jivaka Sutta

Ven. Dr. was not only the greatest doctor in the Buddhist era but also a good man who had the oblinging, requitaliting for the done favours, mindful equipped with wisdom and energy. He had the responsibility to all his patients and the society.

The individual conduct and role of Ven. Dr. Jivaka Komarabhacca pertaining to giving many services to Buddhism e.g. medical service, clothes service etc. became the good direction which the monks and lay disciples in later generation has followed up to the present.

Life of Venerable Doctor Jivaka Komarabhacca

At the time of the Buddha, among the lay physicians, the most renowned was Ven. Dr. Jivaka Komarabhacca, who is described as providing free medical care to the Buddha and other monks and donating his mango grove at Rajagaha for use as a monastic community, named Jivaka Ambhava. Jivaka’s fame as a healer was widely known and tales about his life and medical feats can be found in almost all versions of Buddhist scriptures.


A courtesan of Rajagaha named Salavati, gave birth to a son whom was then given to a slave woman, who placed him in a winnowing basket, which was thrown on a rubbish heap.

The infant is taken and raised by the king’s son Abhaya.The boy is given the name Jivaka because he was alive (from root jiv, to live), and because a prince cared for him he is called Komarabhacca (nourished by a prince).

Medical Skills

Jivaka, as he approached the age at which he must seek his own livelihood, decided to learn the art of healing. Hearing about a world-famous healer in Taxila, he traveled to that city, famous for education, to apprentice with the eminent doctor.

After seven years of medical study;To test his knowledge, his teacher asked him to go all round Taxila to search for any plant which was not medicinal and bring it back. Jivaka proved to be so proficient in medicinal plants that he returned after a long search and declared that he had not seen any plant that was not medicinal within a yojana (13 km) of Taxila. Returning to Rajgir, he cured many people suffering from serious ailments and even performed surgery, something unheard of in those days. He became the leading physician and surgeon of Rajgir and earned great wealth through his medical practice.

At some point in his career, he became a lay disciple and used to attend on the Buddha three times a day. When the Buddha’s foot was injured by a splinter from a rock hurled by Devadatta, it was Jivaka who attended on him and healed the wound. Realizing the advantages of having a monastery near his home, Jivaka built one on his extensive mango garden called Jivaka Ambhava. It is situated between the city’s East Gate and Gijjhakuta, and the site has been identified a short distance from the foot of Gijjhakuta, and donated it to the Buddha. The site of this monastery was excavated recently, which exposed the buried foundations of elliptical buildings, possibly of monastic nature, of an early date.

Rooplor Mo Ji Vo Jindamanee Ven. LP SomYod Wat SaiThongPrakThang, Khancanaburi


Ven. LP Boon Wat Klang Bang Kaew                         Ven. LP SomYod Wat SaiThongPrakThang

The original rooplor, 100% Pong Jawassana Jindamanee !

A gold takrut, all the 99 pieces of special phim with gold takrut (see above) is with SaengThai Malaysia!

My decorated piece!

What is so special about this Rooplor MoCiVo Jindamanee???

Let me share with you briefly what this article is about.

The Teacher in the photo is none other than Ven. LP Perm Wat Klang Bang Kaew, disciple of the ever famous Ven. LP Boon Wat Klang Bang Kaew. He is making Pong Jawassana Jindamanee in the photo. In his lifetime of practice, he made it once only.

It is very difficult to explain Pong Jawassana Jindamanee. To say it is very powerful, it may seem unreal or exaggerated. To say it is very effective seems uninteresting and an understatement. May I say, it is truly out of the world . Very very few Teacher can do it 101% well. In Thai, its potency is often referred as ‘Kop Cakkawan’ means it encompass everthing in the universe. It has great healing potencies, it is said to heal everything in the universe. It enhances luck, loving-kindness, and avoiding misfortunes.

How did this Pong Jawassana Jindamanee come about?

It was used, during His Majesty King Naret ( Naresuan ) in Ayuddhaya Era. This special formula was prepared by Somdej Phra Panarat of Wat Pah Kaew. It is made for His Majesty to build his immune system so strong that he is free from all illness and empower him with all the greatness in the universe. As we all know His Majesty King Naret is so strong physically and sharp mentally that he won many great wars then and declared Thai independence from Hongsawadi, Burma.

Unfortunately, when Burma invaded Ayuddhaya again, they have burn down many temples and as a result may important kathas was lost. However this formula was first inherited by Ven. LP Sook Wat PakKlong, Petburi but no body knew how did Ven. LP Boon Wat Klang Bang Kaew got this lost formula. That was why Ven. LP Boon’s amulets with Pong Jawassana Jindamanee is very high in value and in great demand. Then the formula was passed down from Ven. LP Boon to his two other disciples, Ven. LP Perm and Ven. LP Thong Yew. Both of them though hardly created much of Pong Jawassana Jindamanee. And now this formula is with Ven. LP Somyod because he is related in blood to Ven. LP Boon. 

What is Pong Jawassana Jindamanee?

100% pure Pong Jawassana Jindamanee of Ven. LP Somyod

Pong Jindamanee is a combination of 30 over natural herbs and woods. It undergoes a strenous katha incantations and Vipassana meditation during phisek ceremony until it become lively and omni potent. It has a unique aroma, Ven. LP Somyod said to us, if anyone follows the recipe strictly, its preparations and processes, it will end up with the same aroma. That is why this Rooplor MoJiWo is very uniquely scented.

Actual ‘Lok Om’ Jindamanee by Ven. LP Perm

Perhaps now you can imagine why Ven. LP Somyod made Mo Ci Vo. Pong Jindamanee with its great potent healing properties and Mo Ci Vo with his skillful art of healing, this combination will bring unimaginable results.

Rooplor MoJiWo Cindamanee

At the base of the rooplor, it was written ‘Arokhaya ParamaLapha’, Arokhaya means free from any illness and ParamaLapha means great luck in being healthy. Or it simply means ‘Health is Wealth’.

It took Ven. LP Somyod many years before he finally collected all the combination of herbs. Ven. LP is a perfectionist, he won’t start making until he obtained all the herbs with the right quantity. Ven. LP is already very generous with his pong because most Teachers will only sprinkle some into their amulets but for this MoJiWo, it is 100% solid pong, no harderner. That is why it can be eaten when an urgent situation arises!

In Thailand, there have already been many instances where Pong Cindamanee have proven its prowess. There was one time when a wealthy man was diagnosed of critical illness and the doctor told his son that his father will not last long. His son found Pong Cindamanee and fed his father regularly. His father was miraculously cured. The wealthy man then desperately tried to acquired all the Pong he can but unfortunately it is not something that can be made ready easily.

Another occasion was when a woman was brought to seek Ven. LP Thong Yew after being inflicted with dark soccerry. All Ven. LP did was prepared a drink with Pong Cindamanee for her. As a result she vommitted out the bad things in her body and was subsequently recovered.

Believe it or not, it is up to you.

Katha Jivaka Komarabhacca

Namo Tassa Bhagavato Arahato Sammasambudhassa (x3)

Om  Namo  Shivago  Sirasa  Ahang  Karuniko  Sapasatanang  Osatha  Tipa-Mantang  Papaso  Suriya-Jantang. Gomalapato  Paka-Sesi  Wantami  Bantito  Sumethasso  Arokha  Sumana-Homi. (3 times)

Piyo-Theva  Manussanang  Piyo-Bhrama  Namuttamo  Piyo  Nakha  Supanayang  Prijinsrinang  Nama-Mihang  Namo Budh Dha Ya  Navon-Navien  Nasatit-Nasatien  Ehi-Mama  Navien-Nawe  Napi-Tang-Vien  Navien-Mahako  Ehi-Mama  Piyang-Mama  Namo Budh Dha Ya (1 time)

Na-A  Na-Wa  Lokha  Payati  Vina-Shanti. (3 times)

Translation of this Pali prayer:

“We invite the spirit of our Founder, the Father Doctor Shivago, who comes to us though his saintly life. Please bring to us the knowledge of all nature, that this prayer will show us the true medicine of the universe. In the name of this mantra, we respect your help and pray that through our bodies you will bring wholeness and health to the body of our client.

The Goddess of healing dwells in the heavens high, while mankind stays in the world below. In the name of the Founder, may the heavens be reflected in the earth below so that this healing medicine may encircle the world.

We pray for the one whom we touch, that he will be happy and that any illness will be released from him.”