[Let's Discuss & Share!] Chris Sharing on - How to buy, pick, keep Thai amulets ?

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    Here's how we can wear the bangle amulet made by master.

    Pretty easy and simple.

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    Is this ajarn from Germany?
     
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    how much is this bangle cost you ?
     
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    Not sure but you can refer link here to know more.
     
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    Kindly PM me for Price as this thread I will prefer it to be remain for information sharing and discussion.
     
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    There is no right or wrong price when it come to buying amulet. Amulet price can increase or drop based on the demand from wearer/collector market.

    More people want the same piece naturally it will drive up the selling price or if the item is made very limited in quantities, once a person miss the item will not be able to find again.

    At the bottom line is how much is one willingly to pay to own a piece. There is no right or wrong price but rather the comfort price that one is willingly to pay for. Doesn't mean cheap or free amulets will not bless us with good fortune or offer us protection.
     
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    Come across this random article on chuchok from online so decided to share here.

    Chuchok

    You can ask for fortune, wealth, a beautiful wife, and unexpected richness from the amulet.

    Chuchok is thought by many Thais to be one of the very best amulets for bringing wealth and granting wishes. the amulet takes the form of an old beggar named “Chuchok”.

    He was an old barman from Kalingkarat Province and was born to be a merit partner of Wesandorn Bhodhisat as “the taker” and “the giver” he was the one who fulfilled the merit power of Wesandorn Bhodhisat.

    Chuchok became very rich from being a beggar. Among amulets listed on board of magic and mysterious objects, Chuchok is recognized as excellent in fortune and favour.
    Senior monks and magicians like to create this idol for their disciples because it brings about good luck to business.

    Katha:
    1.Ohm Namo Bhothisatto Khan-ha Chaly Kumaro Ohm Mattirach Kunaro Cha-hang-hang-me Sattasawahom
    Ohm Sitti Sitti Choochaka Satta Sawaha.
    2.Ohm Namo Chooharang Buddha Sangka Khaka

    Story:
    Chuchok’s story comes from Wesandorn Jatarka, the last life of great worthiness or so-called Poramat Barami (the ultimate worthiness) of the Buddha. At that time, he was born as Prince Wesandorn. It was a preparation for his enlightenment in the future. Wesandorn is one of the stories of the former incarnations of the Lord Buddha. There are 13 chapters. It is believed that listening to all 13 chapters in one day brings about great merit.
    Chuchok’s story is mentioned in chapter 5 onwards. Those who make a donation for the sermon of Chuchok’s story will be born in a high-class family, own many assets and have rhetoric. They will have a handsome husband and a beautiful wife. Also their children will be cute and obedient.
     
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    Just had a few hours ago had a discussion with my client over affordable amulets vs premium amulets. Are premium amulets better and more powerful than normal ones?

    The common thing about Seiko & Rolex they are both watch brands but serving different customer segments. Seiko we know produce good watches value for money able to withstand wear and tear. It's like wearing an affordable amulet for daily wear to pray for safety, protection and smoother work. The same amulet can produce different results like a person who diligent wear notice a significant improvement. The key word here is it must be a genuine piece meaning master is involve in consecration of the amulets.

    Rolex itself show the branding that many will love to get one to wear. Premium amulets are make limited in quantities, using higher quality materials, bring resale value for some types that make it highly collectible, high reviews since many people will want to own one to experience it and the prestige to own one. It does feel good to be 1 out of 74 person in the world to own that particular piece and make us feel special. The prestige and status to own one is part of the factor that drive the demand for premium amulets. A master will make a few versions, batches in his life. It doesn't mean getting an affordable piece will not enjoy the full blessings power of the master and a good master will never short change his skills in consecration. A good master will tell you all amulets make by him are good and will never say which one better.

    Just want to say never use amulet price to measure how good an amulet is. We should all treat the holy objects consecrated by master with respect in regardless of whether it is given free to as high as million dollars. All amulets are make with good intention to bless the devotees with great luck and protection.

    I hope this article reach out to those who have been struggling over amulet power issue. With that, thank u for reading.
     
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    Most of us in this hobby will like to search for the one affinity main piece.[​IMG]
     
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    Amulets collection can be fun, interesting and even addictive.

    Yes we all love to buy amulets but don't forget to save up for rainy days ![​IMG]
     
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    Do amulets need to be re-bless?

    Generally, the answer is no. This is due to the amount of time and effort to consecrate an amulet will take a minimum of 3 months to a year. Usually a temple will release new items during waikru and devotees will get to rent them.

    Amulets do not lose power easily and that explain why old Aging amulets can fetching from thousand to million dollars depending on rarity and the maker. Else we will be seeing thai or international dealers selling off all the rich history amulets. Amulets are not like handphone battery life which will get drain out after a number of years.

    The only time when one feel like bringing for a re-bless is if the amulet is hand down from parents and the original owner who wore it for a long period of time had passed away. Re-bless will be good since it will be transfer to the new owner to wear for good luck. The re-bless is never equivalent to the original consecration chanting ceremony which take a Long period of time.

    Most important treat all amulets with love and respect. Have a great Sunday !

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    Amulet wearing or collection is all about you. Collect or wear based on your belief is the key to start this journey.
     
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    With social media, Facebook live or word of mouth from people we know, we get to learn that many amulets target at Maha Saneh (opposite attractions), metta Saneh (relationships) , maha Lup (luck) , Maha setti (great Millionaire targeting at wealth fetching), let us not forget that the essential fundamental is Maha utt (protection) that we want to wear to protect ourselves from danger, harm and injury.

    A random thought when come across a Facebook article that taught me that protection should also be the priority for a one to start off with wearing an amulet. In the old era, let us remember that amulets are made for the sole purpose of protection.

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