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LOOKING FOR PHRAQ PIKANET KATHA..

Discussion in 'Mantras Kathas Sutras' started by bb3tan, 29 October 2012.

  1. bb3tan
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    ANY BROTHER CAN HELP??TQ
     
  2. Gary Goh
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    Namotasa... 3 times


    OM SRIKENI SAYANAMA 3 times
     
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    Bro, if u want the so call correct one, the proper one. The temple in bangkok , walking distance from The Emerald Hotel , they worship him and openly display his chant in thai, english and mandarin. Seems like a little hassle but i've seen too much nonsense teaching from people who only know the first page of the book and start teaching people what ever thier so call arjarn anyhow teach them just to entertain them and make them go away. Most rare/ good stuff are will not be taught.

    Just my 2 cent worth from learning these for the past 20 years. I tried not to call myself an Arjarn.
     
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    Phra Pikanet General Katha:Namo Tassa (3x)
    Om Si Ganesha Ya Na Ma Ha (3, 7 or 9x).
     
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    Phra Pikanet General Katha:Namo Tassa (3x)
    Om Si Ganesha Ya Na Ma Ha (3, 7 or 9x).


    The Hindus will substitute Si with Gam as the seed syllable of Pikanet is GAM. Better stick to Thai tradition if you are worshipping thai bucha.
     
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  6. Mali Chantara Wittaya
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    Actually can use the Hindu mantra .
     

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