Sunday, May 13, 2012

Elephant Bone curved Lp hong Necklace


























LP Hong had studied both theoretical and practical dharma from many masters. Seven years after his ordination, he travelled to Cambodia to practice meditation and to seek peace. In addition he also studied magic incantations. He returned to Wat Petchaburi where he was appointed Abbot in B.E.2516. LP Hong is well-known and popular for his knowledge in both Dharma and Visha (supernatural arts). LP Hong is a virtuous monk and performed many miracles bringing good luck and fortune to those who met him. He dedicated merit to people, cured patients with his wax and sacred water. His reputation as a Guru monk extended worldwide, as did the popularity of his amulets. LP Hong had also involved in many construction projects such as new temples, dams, schools, roads and forestry. LP Hong is well-known and popular for his knowledge in both Dharma and Visha (supernatural arts). There have been reports of miracles and beneficial experiences related to LP Hong and his amulets among the locals of Surin Province, like protection from bullets and knives. LP Hong teaches his disciples that they have to observe the five basic Buddhist precepts of moral practice. If one can follows these precepts, nothing can harm you. It was said that unusual phenomena like lightning and thunderstorms have also occurred during consecration ceremonies held by LP Hong in the past. What is most amazing is that not a single candle or incense stick was extinguished during the ceremonies, despite heavy thunderstorms. Devas and holy beings have also been reportedly sighted at the ceremonies. LP Hong amulets are widely worn by border control soldiers and police who have survived many dangerous and seemingly fatal incidences. Numerous accounts exist of miraculous survival from bombs and bullets.  (sold)

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