Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Lek Lai of Wat Hua Tanon

Wat Hua Tanon in Songkhla province is the temple of Ajarn Chot, which recently came out with a batch of Lek Lai amulets for chowing. It is a beautiful temple with many statues. Above we see the temple gate.
Statues of the Devas and Asuras churning the ocean of milk, similar to the one in Suwarnaphum airport.
The Jatukam shrine.
The main Vihara with a large Buddha statue on the roof.
The Sivali shrine.
The Ubosot.
Guanyin shrine.
LP Tuad shrine.
Inside the Vihara.
Lek Lai ore displayed at the temple counter.
Kee Lek Lai.
Lek Lai Lersi Jan Mak.

Monday, May 21, 2012

PT Gleun of Wat Pradoo Moo

PT Gleun of Wat Pradoo Moo, Songkhla province is a 104 yrs old guru master who learned from Ajarn Yiad Wat Donsala and Ajarn Seng Wat Laem Sai. After seeing an ad in a magazine abt his old Pidta amulets I decided to go to the temple to visit this old master.
Having a shot taken with PT Gleun. He said there are no more amulets in the temple, but since I came such a long way from Singapore, he gave me a Somdej amulet he personally blessed. Although very old, PT could still walk ard himself with the help of a tongkat. He later mentioned that he could live so long because he never drank cold water, but only warm water or tea.
The Somdej amulet he gave me. Behind is his picture. He said it would give me very good Metta, strong enough to have many wives (Metta Saneh). I laughed but he added that those who wore this amulet must not defacate and urinate at the same time, which I thought was a strange rule. PT also taught me a katha which he said was excellent for wealth attraction -

Sang Thong Katha:

Om Sangthong Sang Gaew Kam Mah Leow
Glap Mah Rong Mah Mak
Na So Jit Mah Nit So Jai Mah Hai Wai
Wai Tan Welah Akat Chaiya Akat Chahi
Mani Mah Mah Mah Mah (7x).

Sunday, May 06, 2012

Ajarn Supat of Wat Natawee

Ajarn Supat of Wat Natawee, Songkhla province is the famous "Divine Eye Master" who is an expert at fortune telling. He has came out with a new batch of Yodkhunpon amulets last year.
Arriving at the temple counter outside AJ's consultation office.
The main altar with wax statues of LP Tuad, Somdej Toh and PT Klai.
The Guanyin shrine.
LP Tuad Vihara.
The Ubosot.
The main Chedi.
A row of pavilions with various Buddha statues.
Altar in the big Sala.
Kneeling Yakka guardian statues.
The big Yodkhunpon Nawa medallions.
Gold and silver plated Yodkhunpon medals.

Tuesday, May 01, 2012

Ajarn Thong's body destroyed in a fire

"Thus is the Tathagata:
Coming from where there is no coming,
Going to where there is no going;
He is unborn and undying."
- Diamond Sutra

It is with much regret that I confirmed that the undecaying body of Ajarn Thong Wat Pagor has been destroyed in a fire last month. Apparently, those so-called "monks" that have been living in the temple had a fierce quarrel and one of them set fire to AJ's body in a fit of rage; all that is left of the body is a pair of feet.
The remains of AJ Thong's body was placed in a casket at the temple.
Although sad, it is not unexpected. Because when AJ Thong was still alive he had already prophesied that the temple would be finished after his passing away. True enough it was soon inhabited by crocodiles and wolves in Jiworn robes who live off the donations of devotees. Still AJ continued to watch over the temple for  the past 12 yrs, but I guess he too had enough and finally decided to leave. If not how could those wolves burn his body? Devotees only visit the temple to pay respect to AJ Thong during these past yrs; but by destroying his body, they destroy their own alms bowls as well. Woe unto them. May AJ Thong continue to watch over us disciples in the Dharmakaya, sadhu (3x).

PT Wan of Wat Saba Yoi

PT Wan of Wat Saba Yoi, Songkhla province is a respected old master specializing in LP Tuad amulets. Above we see the side gate of the temple.
The main Sala.
The Ubosot.
Portrait of PT Wan.
Banner advertising his latest takruts. However as PT was not around, I could not chow any.
The main temple gate.
Shrine of LP Juan, the previous abbot.
Statue inside the shrine.