[Question/Help!] Arrangement of Amulets

Discussion in 'Thai Amulets & More Discussion' started by jobless, 18 May 2011.

  1. jobless
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    As what the title says , in what order should it be ?
    Meaning that I have a chain to put 9 amulets but only 7 is used.
    How do I arrange this 7 ?
    The heaviest in the centre or what ?

    Advise me please

    Thank you in advance :smile:
     
  2. teojimmy
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    What amulets are you wearing :)
     
  3. jobless
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    Lersi , Phra Pidta , Somdej , Khun Pien , LP Thuat , Phra Kring
     
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    it really dont matter, i put the heaviest on the bottom first, working your way by the wieght cause when you wear it, you want to be comfortable, i usually wear all my amulets when goin party, clubbing or travel, then i have my phra gnang on my waist with takrut, then im ready for war:boink:
     
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    by right, in this case, i feel somdej should be in the middle. followed by phra kring on your left (when u wearing it) , pidta on your right. top left is pidta then top left is khun paen . top left lp thuad then right lersi


    but then again, if those sizes diff. then u better put heaviest in the middle.
     
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    may i know if i can wear pitda and lersi tafai and somdej tgt? and how should it be arrange?
     
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    There is no hard rule to follow
    Just some common Thai tradition

    Usually Buddha (in any form) will take the centre
    And on Buddha right side will be the next "senior" amulet
    Then the left

    However, if u have a heaviest amulet, most likely it will be in centre
    Balance is the most important

    As for your amulet
    Centre - somdej
    Right - kring
    Left - Pidta
    Follow by khun pheng, lersi, LP tuad
     
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    imagine u are wearing -- somdej centre, pidta on ur left then lersi on right
     
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    bro, this 1 is wearing or looking at it?
     
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    Hi , if my Phra Kring is the smallest I have what should I do ?
    Put it at the top left ?

    Hi , just to ask that after centre is follow by left then right (when wearing) again right ?
     
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    I have a good friend who is a pra judge in Thailand.

    Always know the difference between a Buddha and deity god. Buddha always higher in rank.

    Would you put a Captain in the middle and the 3 star generals on top....

    This is why when I get Pra for myself, I try to get consistent sizes. Not easy, and this is why I keep a collection of new and old pra which I can change as and when needed to try out the efficacy. It is like reshuffling process.

    Even the cabinet can change lor. Nothing unusual to change pra or position of pra.
     
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    Hi

    To claify

    When we wear the necklace
    The bottom most is at the centre
    Follow by our right hand side upper and then left hand side
    Follow by upper upper right, then upper upper left

    Follow by upper upper upper right and then left

    As for the alter . Refer to the Buddha or bucha right hand then left
     
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    Meaning that
    1st = Bottom most
    2nd = Right
    3rd = Higher right
    4th = Left
    5th = Higher left

    and so on ?
    Some people says that it is centre , right , left , right left...
     
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    bro. i think you mixed it up. try to visualise that you're the bucha in the middle, your left hand side should be the one in higher position. which means when we humans see, its the right hand side in higher position.

    same thing for amulets.

    using taoism logic, its also the same.
     
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    bro ,how mach is the somdej 2509 ????
     
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    Besides Phra Rahu, is there other amulets which you can wear behind your neck? Lersi? Can anyone advise on this?
     
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    Phra pitda
     
  18. M16LPT68
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    Bro , as long you are happy and comfortable when wearing =) haha .
     
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    the higher rank must be at center, somdej esp...
     
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    imho, I think phra Kring should be in the middle because Kring is a Buddha, isn't He?

    Somdej is a monk. therefore i think kring should be in the middle. just my 2 cents.

    thanks.
     

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