Offering to your amulet

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  1. chriswm85
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    Center day of the week.
     
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    doing merit and asking monk/ajarn/lersi help you chant and bless is advised.
     
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    Thanks for your advise bro.. Yes, had been doing this all along.. Always feel and smell good after monk blessing..
     
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    Because its somdej day...:D
     
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    Thursday is known as Wahn Day or Buddhist Holy Day.

    Christians have Sunday.

    Muslims have Friday.

    Lord Ganesha Tuesday or Wednesday.

    Lord Shiva Monday.

    Lord Hanuman Wednesday and Thursday.

    Just a holy day where you clean your altar , offers fruits and flowers with incense and chanting as well as transference of merits to all.
     
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    My main Buddha is chinnaraj. My mum will offer joss sticks daily, change water daily and chinese what chu 5 will offer fruits

    I have a Nang Kwak bucha and amulet which i offer red drink every morning

    Thursdays offer piping hot chinese tea to my Ah Pek Rongsee locket and phrayants
     
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    As for Ah Pek , offer him Sireh or Paan.
    Its what the traditional Malays and Indians called betel nut and leaf with kapur *(white paste) spread in the middle. You can find these in Little India or at some Chinese flower shops.
     
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