Made from numerous auspicious herbs and sedges (Pong Maha Sanae) such as:
Luang Phor Kruba Tamunee Ti-Dta-Tamoh is an ascetic or monk from the forest tradition, an adept of ancient occult sciences.
He is a wandering monk revered by local people of the province as being especially potent.The sacred knowledge (Dhamma) is held in his bodiy, through memorization of chants and ceremonies, and observations of precepts. He applies himself to the Trisiksa (threefold practices), of sila (morality), Samadhi (meditation), and panna (wisdom), also gantadhura (study-traditions) and vipassanadhura (meditation-traditions).
As a forest monk, his way of life includes certain ancient traditions that emphasize (1) Presence and attention to observance days; (2) discussion of Dhamma on observance days; (3) Meditation (bhavana) on a daily basis; (4) destroying the impediments; (5) searching for suitable places for meditation; (6) searching for Kalyanamitta (teacher); (7) Learning the 40 khammathana meditation subjects.
Luang Phor Kruba Tamunee is known to be highly specialised in “Akara Lek Yant”, or the occult numbers and “Wet Mon Katha” or Incantation to create amulets. He has studied Wicha Katha Akom or occult incantation.
After his ordination as a monk he became a “Thudong” living in the forests and mountains where he practiced austerity, renouncing the world and paying no heed to his own life. He practiced Samadhi (concentrating one’s mind) in the forest wilderness far from cities, places conducive to the practice of vipassanadhura. He is known to have spent time in Laos and Myanmar where he learnt “Palanjit” or mental power, “Waan Samun Prai” or herbal medicine,and occult sciences or “Wicha Akom” from other Thudong monks.and ascetics.
Being highly respected many people asked him for amulets and he is known to have given many sacred objects and hand engraved takrut to those he considered deserving.always delivering a sermon.He officially started to create amulets in BE 2538 and in particular hand written Pa Yant or sacred cloth
Luang Phor Kruba Tamunee wanted to build a temple in Ampur Wapi Pathum, Maha Sarakam as a place for l;ocals to practice Dharma. This Khun Paen amulet was created to give to those that donated or helped in the construction of the building.
It is believed that this amulet will also bring luck, fortune and success to those that worship. In addition offering safety “Kiaew Klaat Bplot Pai” to those that travel and their are many accounts of the amulet’s efficacy.
Supplied with original temple packaging and kathas.