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Phra Pidta Ven. LP Muak Wat Phairod Pracharam

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This Phra Pidta Phet Taksin belongs to Ven. LP Muak of Wat Phairod Pracharam, cousin of Ven. LP Kron Wat Bangsek. It is believed to have been made around the year 2520. This last few years, Ven. LP Muak’s Phra Pidta value has increased much, we believed it is because his uncle, Pothan Kron’s Phra Pidta has also very much increased.  This piece of Phra Pidta is made of Pong Saksit and also Pothan Kron’s Pong Angkhan (bone ashes).

I have ever studied kathas from my Teacher of Narathiwat area and also being a follower of Khao Or lineage, I can understand why Phra Pidta of those times (trouble times) are endowed with

  1. power of weapon impenetrability (Khungaphan),
  2. power of withstanding pain ( Khongton),
  3. power of stoning/freezing opponent (Maha ChangNgang),
  4. power of evading misfortunes/opponents (Klaewklard),
  5. power of superiority or instilling fear upon opponent (MahaAmnat)
  6. power to break/disarm a gun (pern taek)
  7. power of invisibility from opponent (hai dtua)

as compared with Phra Pidta of current times. Because those days, there were fights involving gangsters, robbers or mafias. Ven. LPs of those times were learned with such kathas to bless amulets to protect their devotees of such harm.

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The Phra Pidta above is actually cased in gold casing, therefore the photos above are taken through the plastic casing.

This Phra Pidta has won 1st prize recently in an amulet competition in Surat but the certificate will only be available in about one months time. I will show the certificate online if this piece of immaculate collection is still with us.

I am sure when you can see the real thing, you be able to see the body of the Phra Pidta is really amazing in terms of their texture and components. The back is also written with yants. Nowadays, in KL there’s increasing cases of fatal shootings by hired killers or in this world, mass killing by shootings or bombings, wearing a Phra Pidta of such great Gaeji Archans will always protect the bearer.

Those whom are interested, kindly call me, Derrick at 012 692 1233 or Whatsapp ID Pu Reusi Porgae or Wechat ID Porgae or LINE ID Porgae. Thank you.

Phraputhaksuwannasetthi Roon Namsakhoon, Ven. LP Seua Wat DonYaiPeuan

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This is Special Phim Samrit. We have decided not to decorate with red and blue paint as the Standard Phim below to maintain the exclusive look.

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Standard Phim

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Ven. LP Seua working on your paen duangs.

We are glad that ever since my previous post, some have decided to participate to collect the Standard Phim. I will update the list soon. Please be advised that the LAST booking date for Standard Phim is 15th October 2016. Don’t miss out!

Let me share with you my personal opinion and experience. Before I join SaengThai, I am just like any of you, like collecting amulets and buchas from traders. I love to spend my times with these traders and listen to theirs stories. But eversince being part of SaengThai, ST has opened my eyes to this amulet circles.  The sacredness and virtuous of such holy items was shattered when I learned that who and whose amulets was manufactured just like any other commercial product and then despatched out to their distribution channels.  And the rest are just marketing and promotion to create awareness and the desire to purchase. No ceremonies was needed. Some of such unscrupulous traders ARE KIND enough to just sprinkle holy water on the manufactured amulets to substitute proper consecration or puthaphisek ceremonies. BUT IS THAT GOOD ENOUGH FOR YOU? Why do I insist on sharing with all of you readers the process of making this batch of bucha because I believe you and me and all the Thai amulet or bucha enthusiast deserve better. Deserve the sacredness, virtuous  traditions of Triple Gem’s blessings and the good practise of a Gaeji Archan.

Participants List:

Special Phim Neor Samrit:

  1. Stephen Foo—————————————————————-RM5,000
  2. SaengThai———————- ——————————————–RM5,000
  3. Derrich Thian—————————————————————RM5,000
  4. Derrick Cheong————————————————————RM5,000
  5. Tan Chee Boon————————————————————-RM5,000
  6. Lau Geok Hwa————————————————————–RM5,000
  7. Mok Si Khiong————————————————————–RM5,000
  8. Stephen Foo—————————————————————-RM5,000
  9. Stephen Foo—————————————————————-RM5,000
  10. Stephen Foo—————————————————————-RM5,000
  11. Stephen Foo—————————————————————-RM5,000
  12. Tan Seng Ghee————————————————————-RM5,000
  13. Teoh Kar Hoe—————————————————————RM5,000
  14. Stephen Foo—————————————————————-RM5,000
  15. SaengThai——————————————————————-RM5,000
  16. Mr. Chan (Australia)——————————————————RM5,000
  17. Mr. Danny Lim————————————————————–RM5,000
  18. Mr. William Leong———————————————————RM5,000
  19. Mr. Zac Lee (Australia)—————————————————RM5,000

Standard Phim Neor Thong Lerng:

  1. Lee Chuan Seng—————————————————————-RM2,000
  2. Stephen Foo Chek Meng—————————————————–RM2,000
  3. Lau Geok Hwa——————————————————————RM2,000
  4. Tan Seng Ghee——————————————————————RM2,000
  5. Mr. Paul—————————————————————————RM1,500
  6. Darren Hor Khee Wah———————————————————RM2,000
  7. Alex Kwan Chee Weng———————————————————RM2,000
  8. Kwan Chee Yan——————————————————————RM2,000
  9. Tan Kay Huat———————————————————————RM1,500
  10. Mr. William (555)—————————————————————-RM1,500

Kindly be advised that we only indicate bookings from Malaysia side while Ven. LP Seua will conduct his disciple and devotees at Thailand side. So please do not assume that there is still plenty. It is only 108 units only and as at now 25% take up rate.

I just had a discussion with Ven. LP Seua last week and Venerable commented that usually during Fang Luk Nimit and  we put  spend a little more for a puthaphisek ceremony inside the Ubosot. Inviting 4 other famous Gaeji Archan to join in the ceremony, it will all be taken up the balance of 80 units. Our Thais counterpart love such ceremonies and they will be very motivated to book…afterall it roon 1, first batch. Eversince featuring the videos and photos of the moulding process, we received many request for samrit bookings but we had to decline because it has been taken up. Eventually the balance of Standard Phims will be taken too. So don’t miss out this beautiful opportunity to invite this sacred Phraputhaksuwannasetthi and all His prosperity back to your home! Call us now!

Those whom are interested, kindly call me, Derrick at 012 692 1233 or Whatsapp ID Pu Reusi Porgae or Wechat ID Porgae or LINE ID Porgae. Thank you.

 

The making of Phraputhaksuwannasetthi

Ven. LP Seua talking to Pi Pbong, the mastercraftman for this project.

Altar to invite Phraputhaksuwannasetthi and Ven. LP Thong of Wat DonYaiPeuan to preside the ceremony to officiate making of the buchas.

Ceremony starts on the 20th July 2016 at 13.00  with Chairman, Mr. S.G. Tan together with Ven.  LP Seua lighting the candles and joss-sticks upon the arrival of 9 Jayanto monks (auspicious chantings Reverend Monks).

The auspicious chantings begins.

The workers are melting the necessary materials into the fire pot. This fire pot has to be heated up to high temperature for at least 15 hours in order to make the metals liquefy evenly.

Workers are taking the moulds prepared earlier from the hot furnace. The moulds, all 108 of them have been heated all along.

The moulds lying inside the hot furnace.

The moulds have been lined up to be fill up with metal liquids.

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Metal liquids are being pour into the mould.

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Lavaneous metals!!!

The mould can be broken about 20 minutes after being filled up to reveal the condition of the bucha. But it’s best to wait for at least 2 hours for a complete hardening of the metals. This is a brass bucha.

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This is a samrit bucha.

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Magnificent!!!

We take the trouble and also the extra cost to separate the hands. So the body of the bucha come out perfectly together with the hands with clearly defined fingers too. It is moulded separately to be attach later.

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Wallah!!! Perfecto!!! Thong Daeng Samrit and Thong Lerng.

It’s a good ceremony and more importantly, we get the blessings are many thevadas. This is a photo taken during the ceremony. Did you see the circle of lights…big n small? These are thevadas. Many reports by cameramen of similar experiences showing the same phenomenons.

There will me many critics and skeptics but it takes one to feel the vibrations. I have already advised the cameramen to observe his own sensations before the ceremony and during. He said he felt the difference and he kept tearing eyedrops for no reasons (same experiences of some devotees whom visits Bodhagaya and other Buddha’s holy places.)

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Ven. LP Thong has ever mentioned to us that we should pay our respect to Ven. LP Seua. We will be foolish not too because many sacred beings, guardians and thevadas respects and follows Ven. LP Seua. That is why Ven. is called Dta Thep…the Teacher with celestial eyes.

Those whom are interested, kindly call me, Derrick at 012 692 1233 or Whatsapp ID Pu Reusi Porgae or Wechat ID Porgae or LINE ID Porgae. Thank you.

 

The pre-cast image of bucha 9.9 PhraPuthakSuwannaSetthi, Wat DonYaiPeuan

 

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Beautiful! This is the finished pre-cast image of PhraPuthakSuwannaSetthi. From this pre-cast image, it will proceed to making the mould. Some asked why the image looked plump as compared to the original in the Ubosot. The plump look is called “Na Im Boon” or it means a prosperous outlook. Just like us, when we are still struggling or striving for success, we are more slim and lean physically but when we attained success, we tend to be rounded, plumpy or even pot-bellied physically. That’s the symbolical meaning behind the enhancement.

Bucha 9.9″ PhraPuthakSuwannaSethi, Wat DonYaiPeuan Roon Namsakhoon (earlier posting)

Don’t be left out…you have missed the opportunity to collect the Special Phim, now left with only the Standard Phim. It will be all taken once Kathina arrived.

Those whom are interested, kindly call me, Derrick at 012 692 1233 or Whatsapp ID Pu Reusi Porgae or Wechat ID Porgae or LINE ID Porgae. Thank you.

Good news on bucha 9.9 PhraPuthakSuwannaSetthi (Standard Phim)

The sponsor have decided to reduce the standard phim bucha with duang from RM3,000 to RM2,000 only. They hope more can be able to afford to book this bucha. Spoken with Ven. LP Seua yesterday evening. Ven., LP invited me to attend the ceremony on this 20th July 2016 at the factory. An auspicious time was chosen to officiate this 108 bucha making at the factory. Ven. LP has invited 9 Venerated Jayanto monks to begin  with auspicious chantings. Ven. LP advised us to make merits and offer donations to this 9 Jayanto monks to mark the auspiciousness. I hope to take photos and videos of this occasions to show our readers and sponsors that the buchas we make are not just pumped out from the factory like any other commercial buchas in the market. The sacredness and barami of Phraputhaksuwannasetthi will be invited with the necessary rituals and offerings from Wat DonYaiPeuan into the makings of all the 108 buchas at the factory. The buchas at this point even before the puthaphisek will be inaugurated with auspiciousness and sacredness.

Some traders we knew chided us saying that we take so much unnecessary troubles to make the buchas. But we hope you all will understand that SaengThai Malaysia and Ven. LP Seua want all the sponsors to take home more than just the bucha. We want all of you to be a part of the auspiciousness and prosperity of Phraputhaksuwannasetthi  and that money can never buy. It’s all about the heart and sincerity.

So come and be a part of this 108 Nak Setthi. Sadhu!

Those whom are interested, kindly call me, Derrick at 012 692 1233 or Whatsapp ID Pu Reusi Porgae or Wechat ID Porgae or LINE ID Porgae. Thank you.

Praying to our OWN Duang??? Advisable???

I am very happy to receive sincere enquiries especially when I can help dispel some myths or misunderstandings. However whatever my point of view is or my reply, one has to use their wisdom to dicepher them. Never take my words as it is.

I repeated have this question recent 3 days, ” Praying to our own Duang/self? Is it advisable?”

Before I touch on the topic as per, let me take this golden opportunity to share my view on the word “PRAY” and “REVERE”.

Simple Definition of pray

  1. to speak to God especially in order to give thanks or to ask for something
  2. to hope or wish very much for something to happen
  3.  to seriously ask (someone) to do something

Simple Definition of revere

  1.  to have great respect for (someone or something)
  2. to show devotion and honor to (someone or something)

In my opinion the word pray has often been misused in Buddhist context. It is not that as a Buddhist I don’t pray, I do when I am performing my pujas or healing rituals. But generally I revere the Buddha more than I pray to Him. I know for a fact, Gautama Shakyamuni the Buddha didn’t want us to pray to him but Buddha wanted us to practise The Dhamma, a very profound and practical living skills (very relevant even in this new millenium). So whenever I approach a Buddha’s image, I revere Him because of the great Dhamma and His great discovery and attainment by performing the 5 point prostration ( I seldom even use joss-sticks for simple veneration such as this.)

In Thailand, some temples cast the main Buddha image in their Ubosot eg Phraputhaksuwannasetthi of Wat Donyaipeuan at their temple’s ground. A mass ceremony where a Main sponsor or sponsors will gather to contribute for this meritorious occasion. There will come a time when the MC or Ven. LP will make an announcement to allow laities or the sponsors or main sponsor to make an offering of their valuables, something that is very dear and precious to them. Usually they offer their jewelries to be melted in the fire chamber together with the metal liquid that forms the body of the Buddha image. This is an act of reverence because they truly believed in the Buddha. They want offer to be a part of Buddha

Now on the same note, what else is more precious than your own life, offering your own life to the Triple Gem, if you truly believe in Buddha, Dhamma and the Sanghas. That is why we chant,

Buddhang ayuwatthanang jiwitthang yavanipannang saranang gachami

Dhammang ayuwatthanang jiwitthang yavanipannang saranang gachami

Sangkhang ayuwatthanang jiwitthang yavanipannang saranang gachami

So to answer the above question directly now, we don’t pray to our own duang or ourselves but we have dedicated our self to the Buddha, being one with Buddha.

Lets use color as an analogy, we are or at least I know myself, I am full of shades of grey. As much as I am trying to practise well the Dhamma, trying to remove the back spots by adding more whites into my life. I am only human. Plus my own karmic forces, it may take along time before I am satisfied that I am not grey anymore. But I believe in the Buddha, Buddha isn’t only pure white. He is bright…very bright ( imagine opposite car driving in the opposite direction with their white halogen hi-beamlights). I believe the offering of my little puny existence to the Buddha, I can attain white or even bright faster. Can you see the logic?

So we by putting our Duang underneath the Buddha, it is symbolical to borrowing Buddha’s immeasurable merits and barami of His Perfections to help ease our sufferings and increase our barami.

But of course for those whom still of the same opinion and my point of view or explanation isn’t good enough. You may always request to just have the Buddha without attaching your Duang underneath. Sadhu!

What is a Duang?

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This is what we call “Duang” in Thai, it actually means astrological chart. I will keep it simple so you will know how a little chart placed under a Buddha statue can help in what way.

All the 9 planets namely ;

  1. 7 real planets : Sun, Moon, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Mercury, Venus and
  2. 2 shadow planets : Rahu and Kethu

All the 9 planets define who we are and what Karmic forces will shape our destiny. Now only scientist accepts that this planetary movements or placements affects people’s lives on Earth but our Vedic Masters…the Master Rishis have long been advocating this since 5,000 years ago. So the planets represented by numbers are placed inside the chart that contains 12 boxes (except the middle 10′) or what we call bhavas.

Generally the 12 boxes or Bhavas represents…

1st Bhava represents SELF, general welfare & happiness, health, vitality, longevity,…etc

2nd Bhava represents accumulated MONEY MATTERS,  fortunes, ambition…etc

3rd Bhava represents SIBLINGS, courage, intellect, your communications…etc

4th Bhava represents your MOTHER, education, your mind and your immovable properties…etc

5th Bhava represents your CHILDREN, love life, luck with gambles..etc

6th Bhava represents ILLNESSES, emnities, financial misfortunes , litigations…etc

7th Bhava represents your SPOUSE or business partners…etc

8th Bhava represents DANGERS & misfortunes…etc

9th Bhava represents your FATHER, spirituality, wisdom…etc

10th Bhava represents your PROFESSION, recognition in society…etc

11th Bhava represents REGULAR INCOME, gains in life…etc

12th Bhava represents LOSSES & EXPENDITURES…etc

Therefore having the small chart with your astrological details, protected with blessing verses, meditated and blessed upon by a good Gaeji Acharn and places under an auspicious Buddha and very importantly the barami/merits/virtues of the sponsorship under an auspicious occasion for a deserving Venerated Monk. It can help to keep dangers or misfortunes at bay or reducing the magnitude of your losses or help improve on weak areas of your life by 2 factors:

  1. Ittirit factor or power factor.  The power of blessings, yants, mantras, meditation and rituals
  2. Boonyarit factor or meritorious factor . The power of the Buddha, His metta, His compassion, the meritorious effect from our sincere dana, the meritorious effect from donating to help built Ubosot, the meritorious effect from helping a deserving Venerated Monk whom is financially challenged doing his duty to propagate the Dhamma.

That is why I mentioned in my earlier posting, it is a rare opportunity to become one of the 108 Nak Setthi.

IMPORTANT : Please take note, there will be some people whom will tell me their birth particulars are  important secrets and cannot be simply revealed. Therefore for such people I will advise not to book the Special Phim, give the opportunity to others. If you don’t want to reveal your birth details but yet want to book the Special Phim, we will then put the astrological chart of the auspicious day or Buddha’s astrological chart but then again all that I have mentioned above is irrelevant then. Thank you.

I was just Whatsaaping with my dear friend Mr. Chan from Australia and he wants me to share what I shared with him to all readers on this platform…

It is not difficult to pay a good Archan or Venerable LP to make a takrut yant serm duang for us, it is just money. But as you all know if money can buy our way out of life’s difficulties then there will be no poor people or unlucky ones. The important difference is you are donating to Ven. LP Seua not buying this bucha. It is because you donate to Ven. LP Seua, Ven. LP gives you a souvenir in return to bless you and your family.

We can have the money to buy any takrut serm duang but not the barami of this opportunity to donate for Ubosot. Donating for Ubosot purposes is one of the highest in barami and virtues. According to Ven. LPu Sukh Kovito of Wat Pa’ PhromNimit in Sisaket, LPu said such barami last many lifetimes.

Don’t miss out this gem of opportunity!

 

Bucha 9.9″ PhraPuthakSuwannaSethi, Wat DonYaiPeuan Roon Namsakhoon

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As you all would have known Buddhist Lent Day is starting on the 20th July 2016, this year two generous sponsor, Stephen Foo , owner of Maha Barami Somdej Rakang Thong Amulet Center and Mr. S.G. Tan, God-son of Ven. LP Seua, will be sponsoring 108 units of 9.9 inches bucha of main image of Ubosot of Wat DonYaiPeuan, namely PhraPuthakSuwannaSethi. Ven. LP Seua has ordered his mastercraftman to make the mould and hopefully we can show you the photos soon of the process. This is the first time (roon raek) Ven. LP Seua is making the main Buddha image of the Ubosot. All will be ready for Ven. LP Seua to begin puthaphisek this Buddhist Lent (pansa). This batch of 108 buchas will be consrecated (puthaphisek) daily for two pansa (2016 & 2017) and also on the day of ‘FangLuknimit”.

Since early this year Ven.P Seua has expressed his concerns and worries over the completion of the Hor Rakhang (Bell tower) which will estimate at THB3,000,000 and also the funds to cover the expenses for ‘Fang Luknimit’ or ceremony for officiating of the Ubosot this next year December 2017, which will cost at least THB2,000,000. The economy in Thailand has been weak especially in the outskirts of Bangkok. Funds from recent Papha and last year’s Kathina has not been encouraging. Ven. LP Seua was glad that Taiwanese devotees during the last trip in May 2016 contributed in total about THB600,000, the funds was used to build more kutis (accomodation rooms for devotees) to accomodate the crowd during Ubosot officiating celebrations.

This will be the last dana project for Ubosot Wat Donyaipeuan and it will be the most important because after this the Ubosot we helped built over the last few years, we will offered it back to Ven. LP Seua. That is why we decide to offer 108 units of Phraputhaksuwannasetthi to Ven. LP Seua to offer it to all the MahaSetthis (wealthy people).

Why the name Phraputhaksuwannasetthi?

PhrakPuthak means Buddha image. Suwanna means gold or prosperity. Setthi in current time is referred to wealthy people eg millionaires or billionaires. However in Buddha’s time, a Setthi is referred to a philanthropist, a person who seeks to promote the welfare of others, especially by the generous donation of money for good causes.

Ven. LP Seua shared with me before, now is the times where economy is important in people’s lives. When one attains financial freedom and stability, he or she will be less troubled and will be in a better position to listen and learn Dhamma and practise Dhamma. Therefore Ven. LP Seua hope to invite Phraputhaksuwannasetthi into the new ubosot shall it be ready, which in fact this dream has now materialized. This main Buddha image in the Ubosot was donated by a successful businessman and his family and made in temple compound. There was much gold accessories from this family eg necklaces, rings, bangles which was removed voluntarily by themselves and dropped into the melting pot of the Buddha image. The whole ceremony and materials cost about RM200,000 if not more. Therefore in future Ven. LP Seua wishes that whenever amulets or auspicious items that are brought into this Ubosot to be puthaphisek upon, be invigorated with blessings and power of prosperity. May all those whom will be ordained in this Ubosot too, their family be prosperous and wealthy.

Why 108 units only?
108 is a mystical number. I will not repeat what you may google and find out. In this bucha project it means somboon or perfection. 108 also mean completion or perfection of an ideal. Afterall, after much thick and thin with regards to financial issues and manpower that Ven. LP Seua faced initially, it has now finally completed very well. Many may not know, Ven. LP Seua actually dedicate this Ubosot to his teacher Ven. LP Thong. Ven. LP Seua wished that the barami or perfection of this merit will enable for Ven. LP Thong to ascend to higher realms (currently in 9th level of Thevada realm). This act of loyalty or gratuity will enable all devotees to benefit whenever calling upon Ven. LP Thong for his assistance.

108 also means Buddhakhoon, Dhamakhoon and Sangkhakhoon, the Triple Gem. The paritta chanting of Triple Gems ( Itipiso Bhagava Arahang Sammasambuddho Vijjacaranasampanno Sugato…) actually consist of 108 vocals.

Why is it called Roon Namsakhoon  or Surname batch?
Many people has requested Ven. LP Seua to make takrut serm duang or takrut tor chada (improving ones destiny, as many of you does know destiny cannot be changed but it can be improved if done appropriately). But Ven. LP Seua has declined many due to his weak hands, it is not easy to write such yants. We managed to persuade Ven. LP Seua to agree to do for us but Reverend may not write it himself but his disciple monk in Lopburi will.
Sponsors will give us his fullname, day-month-year-time of birth to calculate and write the yant.

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A sample of Yant Duang above. It differs from one teacher to another, therefore this sample is just to give you an idea.

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This is a sample of duang ( similar to Ba Zi of the Chinese). Therefore one will have to provide, name, date-month-year-time of birth. it has to be accurate though. The details will then be written inside the yants featured on the earlier image.

This yant will be secured underneath the bucha (visible). Being the head of your family, this protective and blessing elements will extends to all your immediate family members when placed in your home.
Just imagine from this coming pansa 20th July 2016 until 29th December 2017 is a total of 526 days. Ven. LP Seua will meditate and bless your destiny for 526 days!

This batch of buchas consist of two type:

  1. 19 units of special phim Neor Samrit ( mixtures of five kind of metals). Sponsor RM5,000 per bucha. Only the special phims have the duang of the person or his astrological chart . Samrit is important for two reasons
    1. it resembles the Thai word Samret, which means success.
    2. it’s a ancient formula from the past where buchas if made with at least 5 kinds of metals are known to be more sacred because other than having just the physical body structure, it now also has internal organs likened to humans.
  2. 89 units of standard phim Neor Thong Lerng (brass)
    1. with duang will be RM2,000 per bucha
    2. without duang will be RM1,500 per bucha

All the cost of makings these 108 buchas will be borned by Stephen Foo & S.G. Tan and all the funds raised from all the 108 buchas will be donated by them to Ven. LP Seua. Cost will not be deducted from the funds raised ( it has always been SaengThai’s philanthropist trademark). Please do not under estimate this project’s cost, we believe it will cost at least RM50,000. So SaengThai Malaysia would like to thank Stephen & S.G. Tan for their generous donations and offer to give this rare opportunity to 108 lucky sponsors to receive such bountiful barami from Phraputhaksuwannasetthi and Ven. LP Thong Ven. LP Seua Thep Akson of Wat DonYaiPeuan . Being a part of this is already a prosperity.

SaengThai Malaysia dare to vouch that this batch of Bucha 9.9″ PhraPuthakSuwannaSetthi, Wat DonYaiPeuan Roon Namsakhoon will definitely be an auspicious Buddha image because there isn’t an element of commercial sales or business. Even the sponsors themselves have to pay for sponsorship again if they were to book it themselves. All this are done with sincerity and virtues, people whom believes in Dhamma and practises the Dhamma!

So dont lose out, come and be one of the 108 Nak Setthi (a philanthropist)

Participants of 108 Nak Setthi (please take note that the numbering below does not constitute the number codes on the bucha but taking counts only.)

Special Phim Neor Samrit:

  1. Stephen Foo—————————————————————-RM5,000
  2. SaengThai———————- ——————————————–RM5,000
  3. Derrich Thian—————————————————————RM5,000
  4. Derrick Cheong————————————————————RM5,000
  5. Tan Chee Boon————————————————————-RM5,000
  6. Lau Geok Hwa————————————————————–RM5,000
  7. Mok Si Khiong————————————————————–RM5,000
  8. Stephen Foo—————————————————————-RM5,000
  9. Stephen Foo—————————————————————-RM5,000
  10. Stephen Foo—————————————————————-RM5,000
  11. Stephen Foo—————————————————————-RM5,000
  12. Tan Seng Ghee————————————————————-RM5,000
  13. Teoh Kar Hoe—————————————————————RM5,000
  14. Stephen Foo—————————————————————-RM5,000
  15. SaengThai——————————————————————-RM5,000
  16. Mr. Chan (Australia)——————————————————RM5,000
  17. Mr. Danny Lim————————————————————–RM5,000
  18. Mr. William Leong———————————————————RM5,000
  19. Mr. Zac Lee (Australia)—————————————————RM5,000

Standard Phim Neor Thong Lerng:

  1. Lee Chuan Seng—————————————————————-RM2,000
  2. Stephen Foo Chek Meng—————————————————–RM2,000
  3. Lau Geok Hwa——————————————————————RM2,000
  4. Tan Seng Ghee——————————————————————RM2,000
  5. Mr. Paul—————————————————————————RM2,000
  6. Mr…………………………………………………………………….till No.89

Those whom are interested, kindly call me, Derrick at 012 692 1233 or Whatsapp ID Pu Reusi Porgae or Wechat ID Porgae or LINE ID Porgae. Thank you.

 

 

 

Rian Trimas 2559 Phim Charoenporn, Ven. LP Seua Wat DonYaiPeuan

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There will be 2 projects this year that we will do to help raise funds for Ven. LP Seua Wat DonYaiPeuan, the first one will be this Rian Trimas. Trimas means the 3 months Buddhist Lent. This batch of rian is called Rian Charoenporn, which means “progressive blessings”. Therefore this batch of rian will me blessed for the entire pansa of 3 months. Temple dont have anymore rian Trimas made only of recent years because all sold out. There were many good feedback from devotees after wearing the rian Trimas.

This rian Charoenporn is a popular rian which many famous Gaeji Archan current or past make to commemorate a certain occasion. It is because the word “Charoenporn” is very auspicious, sometimes when we done prostrating a certain Reverend Teacher, you may here him say ” Charoenporn..na..yom”. Which means “May there be always good progress in your life, dear laity devotee! ”

Everything are sponsored by us SaengThai Malaysia, except that silver rian, Ven. LP Seua wants to pay it himself and of course gold rian which is 25mg of 99.9% gold is subjected to booking. All rians are made by Ven. LP Seua, we only help to pay for the cost . Funds raised by this batch of rian will be used for either Bell Tower Project or to finance the expenses for Ubosot opening ceremony in December 2017 which is estimated to cost at least THB2,000,000. May all readers or followers of SaengThai Malaysia website come together to join hands in this meritorious dana. The followings are details of kind of rians, total units available and their temple booking price.

gold

Rian Neor Thong Kam (Gold), make 19 pieces only upon booking. Booking price THB60,000.

  1. SaengThai————————————————–THB60,000
  2. Thailand—————————————————-THB60,000
  3. Thailand—————————————————-THB60,000
  4. Thailand—————————————————-THB60,000
  5. Daecha——————————————————THB60,000
  6. S.G. Tan—————————————————–THB60,000
  7. Thailand—————————————————-THB60,000
  8. Thailand—————————————————-THB60,000
  9. Thailand—————————————————-THB60,000
  10. Ah Chok—————————————————–THB60,000

9 more pieces only.

silver

Rian Neor Ngern (Silver) make 99 pieces only. Booking price THB2,000.

navaklohak

Rian Neor Navaklohak ( 9 precious metals) make 399 pieces only. Booking THB500.

apaka

 

Rian Neor Apaka (Metal like) make 499 pieces only. Booking THB300.

copperromdam

Rian Thong Daeng Rom Dam ( Copper made black), make 5,000 pieces only. Booking THB150.

jamngao

Rian Thong Daeng Jam Ngao ( Copper polished) make only 5,000 pieces. Booking THB150.

tongpiu

Rian Tong Piu ( Gold plated) make 2,999 pieces only. Booking THB150.

All whom are interested are welcome to book.

Those whom are interested, kindly call me, Derrick at 012 692 1233 or Whatsapp ID Pu Reusi Porgae or Wechat ID Porgae or LINE ID Porgae. Thank you.

Phra Benjapahkee (The 5 Grand Amulets)

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Phra Rod – The amulet of evasion (front)
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Phra Rod – The amulet of evasion (back)
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Phra Pong SuPan – The amulet of protection (front)
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Phra Pong SuPan – The amulet of protection (back)
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Phra SomKor – The amulet of wealth ( front)
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Phra Somkor – The amulet of wealth (back)
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Phra NangPhaya – The amulet of grandeur (front)
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Phra NangPhaya – The amulet of grandeur (back)
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Phra Somdej Wat Rakang Somdej Phrabuddhacharn Toh – The amulet of success (front)
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Phra Somdej Wat Rakang Somdej Phrabuddhacharn Toh – The amulet of success (back)

The 5 grand amulets are the top of the cream of amulets. They all come from different areas and also eras. It symbolized that Buddhism survived many centuries in Thailand. These amulets are not only potent in terms of barami (boonyarit) and also power (iitirit), as each of them are categorized in terms of their efficacy.  Ownership of class and prestige.