July 6, 2015

Phra Khun Paen Phraiguman, Phra Archan Somjit Wat NoyNangHong

Filed under: Katha — saengthai @ 1:09 pm

This Phra KhunPaen Phraiguman was made in the year 2537, the same year Phra Archan Somjit passed away. This KhunPaen was not much in the market because we hardly give them up. Phra Archan Somjit was our very early teacher we waikhru with. We had a lot of our Phra Archan’s collections. Even those Phra Archan’ s buchas revered in his kuti is in our library. We don’t really promote because Phra Archan ploksek this batch of Phra KhunPaen for a long time before Phra Archan gave it to us. My teacher only gave them to our members.

For those who doesn’t know Phra Archan very well, a lot of his collections are very popular, eg Phra Sivali, Phra Somdej, GumanThong, Bucha Phra Narai Phra Petchalukan, Takrut Phra Petchalukan and InnThong just to name a few.

Though this amulet is called Phra KhunPaen Phraiguman, its meaning is indicated as follow, as per the manual left to us by Phra Archan;-

1. Khun means The bearer of this amulet will raise to great heights, popular, attractiveness, important, powerful, authoritative and victorious.

2. Paen means The bearer has well life planning and have great ability to formulate, strategize and execute his plans well both in personal life and in career or business.

3. Rooster means The bearer will be hardworking and productive. Good punctuality and early riser.  A person whom can execute and works his plans well until attains success and wealth. Will rise to great heights.

4. Diamond means Phokasap or wealth

5. Phraiguman riding on horse; In Thai Language, the word Phrai have double meaning it either means evillish spirit or brilliant. This KP is made with good pong Putthakoon. Especially Pong Phra Somdej Wat Rakang which Phra Archan showed us. And many other good powder. So here, Phraiguman mean the brilliant child that carries the barami of The Triple Gems and Kruba Archans. Plus the ittirit or power of the Legendary KhunPaen’s son that brings success and victories to KhunPaen himself. The back of the amulet depicts the Guman riding on a horse, it means success in all undertakings with lucky windfalls and sudden gains.

Phra Archan advised that this amulet should be carried regularly on the bearer or put in a suitable place at home or business place because it will bring the bearer or his home or business auspiciousness. This amulet is rather small about 0.75 inches by 1.5 inches.

For those whom can read Thai, it is specifically mentioned that those whom are interested can either contact Phra Archan Somjit himself or SaengThai in Malaysia.

July 5, 2015

Phra Somdej Wat Rakang Ven. Somdej Phrabuddhacharn Toh Phrommarangsi

Filed under: About Amulets/Talisman,Available for Collectors — saengthai @ 3:21 am

It has been quite sometime I didn’t put up some good photos. I have been told many of my readers miss them much. Hmmm…my apologies, being carried with life and work. Well, finally got myself a new camera but I think I still got to work out those photos above. I felt it is still not good enough.

Well…on the contrary to what others may think…I stand by what I believe but everyone has their right to their opinions, its a free world. But I have got to admit the issue about collectors insisting antique collections must be accompanied with certificates are getting rampant these days. But I have got to praise those big boys controlling the antique amulets in Thailand that their gimmick worked, a simple idea that cashed in on the insecurity of collectors. The same amulet when one insist that it must have certificates jumped at least 3 to 4 times its original value if not more. But the issue is…such certificates are worthless to Thais themselves…they knew how the system worked…its a good business milking Malaysians, Singaporeans and other Non -Thais extra money for the same thing. SO LET ME RE-ITERATE MYSELF…IN SAENGTHAI OUR COLLECTIONS DOESN’T CARRY ANY SUCH CERTIFICATES. We know our collections, certificates are for collectors whom have no confidence at all in their evaluation and their experience on antiques.


The funny thing about collectors are that, when they can get genuine amulets for a reasonable value (way below BKK market value) but at the same time they wanted certificates…but when the same thing we get them the certs, they now say its expensive. That is why I always believe, people generally don’t like to cheat on others, nor like others to cheat on them. But they always cheat themselves (and they think its acceptable.)

This is why Lord Buddha said…wisdom is above intelligence. Please know for yourself…what is your purpose of collection…is it to be thankful that u can have a good amulet or this amulet is gonna make your ego taller. In Malaysia, we call that “Shiok Sendiri”, fancying the amulets and certificates themselves feeding on their own egos.

June 3, 2015

Wat DonYaiPeuan’s Bot Latest Progress

Filed under: Event — saengthai @ 12:22 pm

I was with Venerable Luang Pu Suk Kovito, Wat SuThepNimit  weeks ago, as Luang Pu is currently seeking donors or sponsors for Bot building too. Luang Pu said to me, people whom donates for Bot building earns very high merits for oneself because Bot’s purpose in any temple is very important. Though a Bot may not be used everyday but once it is used, it serves very important purpose in propagating Buddhism eg. monks’ ordination. Luang Pu said its merits earned are inexhaustible in a lifetime and such sincere donors don’t go broke.

We in SaengThai would like to take this opportunity to thank all whom participates in our fund raising for Wat DonYaiPeuan’s Bot. May all of you be well and happy, prosperous and progressive in all your undertakings.

A little announcements for those whom may be keen for ordination when this Bot is officiated, the date has been set on the 29th December 2017. A ceremony of 9 days will be conducted. Those whom are keen to participate, are welcome to enquire from us.

Than ChaoKhun Eak of Wat PhiKulThong Vararam 84th Birthday Celebration

Filed under: About Amulets/Talisman,Available for Collectors,Event — saengthai @ 11:39 am

April 18, 2015

Venerable LP Thim Wat LahangLai Amulet Collections

Filed under: About Amulets/Talisman,Available for Collectors — saengthai @ 6:27 pm

Phra Somdej with Ruby at the crown of Buddha image.

Phra KhunPaen Phraiguman Neur Khao  ( White Powder ) Lang Takrut Salika Song Dok (  2 Takrut Salika at the back )

Phra KhunPaen Phraiguman Neur Dam ( Black Powder ) Lang Takrut Salika Song Dok ( 2 Takut Salika at the back )

Phra KhunPaen Phraiguman Neur Dam ( Black Powder ) Lang Takrut MahaPhrap 3 dok ( 3 Takrut MahaPhrap )

Takrut  Salika is commonly used for business or any profession that requires much speaking or selling. It is believed that takrut salika can enhance the ability of the salesmanship by increasing the metta and sanie factor. But this takrut can be used for other purposes like finding a suitable companion, increasing our metta and sanie and in some cases also the luck factor. Though I have my reservations but I cannot deny that I have seen people whom wears Phra KhunPaen Phraiguman with Salika Takruts do have better chances at bettings.

While Takrut MahaPhrap is commonly use for protection by overcoming or be done with unnecessary enemies or matters that may affect you negatively. Hence you may increase your chances of success with by removing whatever obstacles.

Venerable LP Doem Wat NongPho Amulet Collections

Filed under: About Amulets/Talisman,Available for Collectors — saengthai @ 3:17 pm

The camera I used to take super macro photos are spoilt…so please bear with the quality of my photos at the moment until I find another camera that can give my readers better and clearer shots. Thank You.

December 26, 2014

Kg. Jambu, Kelantan Flood Relief Fund

Filed under: Event — saengthai @ 7:08 pm

It has been 2 years MAITRI Club hasn’t been participating in any charitable projects, so we decide to help raise fund for our own village Kg. Jambu, Kelantan that is also badly affected by the recent flood. Our objective is to raise enough for every home affected in Kg. Jambu, money raised will be use to buy necessities like food, clothing and medicines. A famous iconic place in Kg. Jambu is Wat Pothiviharn, The Sleeping Buddha temple.

We hope all will participate in this fund raising drive in cash or in kind. Selangor Buddhist Association or Wat Jayanti in Jalan Peel will also have fund raising boxes allocated for this purpose. Those interested kindly call or sms to Derrick at 012 692 1233.

PLEASE NOTE: There will be a simple launch today, 27th December 2014 at 8.30pm, of this Kelantan Flood Relief Fund and Kg. Jambu, Kelantan Flood Relief Fund. The launching will be followed by well wishing prayers for flood victims in all the affected states. All are welcome to join. The venue is in Wat Jayanti, Peel Road, Kuala Lumpur.

December 16, 2014

Phra KhunPaen Phim ThrongPonYai Than Bua Neua Din (Earthen Base)

Filed under: About Amulets/Talisman,Available for Collectors — saengthai @ 11:55 pm

According to history, this batch of Phra KhunPaen should be over 600 years of age by now. Though immaculate condition but previous owner washed this antique piece to verify the amulet. It’s originally black lacquered as shown in the reference above. Luckily he did not washed it off entirely, still leaving some remnants of black laquer. He applied a coat of shellac over the amulet, that is why it looks new and shiny. It is definitely not suitable for those whom are not familiar with this phim because the original condition has been tempered with. But for the experts, it is an easy piece…and beautiful too.

It has very well balanced energy, from Kungkaphan (impenetrateability) to Maha Sanae ( Attraction), Mahalap (Luck), Maha Metta (Loving-Kindness) to Klaewklard (Avoiding danger). For those whom likes to wear one amulet only…one beautiful and powerful in all areas.

PhraKring Mongkhun Bopit 60 Ayutthaya

Filed under: About Amulets/Talisman,Available for Collectors — saengthai @ 11:41 pm

This Phra Kring is made from mixture of brass metals. Some has the code “Wa”, some don’t. It is a very popular phim in Ayutthaya. It is made in the year 248++. Though made in Wat Mongkhun Bopit, it has also undergone same puthaphisek in Wat Suthat. Chairperson of ceremoney was Phra Sanghrat Pae together with many famous Gaeji Archan of that time, mass chanting and meditation, coincidentally it was also Wan SaoHa. It was blessed together with the now famous Phra Kring Nam Tuam.

Ven. LP Tim Wat LahangLai’s Phim Phiset amulets

Filed under: About Amulets/Talisman,Available for Collectors — saengthai @ 1:35 pm

Rian Charoenporn (Progressive Blessings) 2517, Ven. LP Tim 85 years old. Rian Solid Gold. Special Gold casing. Ven. LP Tim made 16 pieces only, 14 belonged to very close luksits and 2 outsiders booking. All have numbers, codes and LP hand writing. Ven. LP wrote khom “Sak” which means success. But due to Ven. LP’s old age, his handwriting is very faint. Ven. LP Tim bless this piece for 7 days and 7 nights.

This is a special combination of LP’s original photo, kesa (hair), Phra KhunPaen Phraiguman Phim Lek, 3 pieces of Phra Pidta and 2 pieces of Phra Naaphrok. All which are Ven. LP Tim’s amulets. This collection is not meant for those whom likes to collect base on popularity of phim and acceptance of phim because this was decorated by luksit the way he like to wear them and then pluksek by Venerable again. Both are very strong in Choklap (luck) and Phokasap (wealth) factors.

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