[Let's Discuss & Share!] Lp Tim Wat Lahanrai Devotee and Collectors Gather

Mindfulness

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#1
Hi all bros and sis!

Pleasantly surprised that this forum is back.

Opening this thread to gather devotees and collectors of Lp Tim Wat Lahanrai to share knowledge. Hope the seniors can guide us newbies along.

Good background of Lp Tim gathered from the web:

Luang Phor Tim was born in Ban Hua Tunnttabuon, Tambon Laharn, Ampher Bannkaii, Jungwat Rayong on the 16th June BE 2422 in the year of the Rabbit.

He was named Tim, and his family name was Ngamsii. At the age of 17 his father, Kheh, sent to Tan Phor Singh to study, returning home at the age of 19 and was ordained as a monk at Wat Thatkaow on the 7th June BE 2499.

He was ordained by Phrakru Kaow, Archan Singh and Archan Kehh and was given the religious name of Issaliko. After spending a year in Wat Thatkaow, he retreated in the forest for a period of three years, after which he went to Wat Narmathom in Chengwat Chonburi for two years.

Luang Phor Tim learned Wijja (magic) with Ajahan Lod, Ajahn Lem and Ajahn Saii. He also studied with his Uncle Luang Phor Song Thao of Wat Kongchin. It was from this uncle that Luang phor Tim inherited a book of Wicha and Arkom. Luang Phor Tim became the Abbot of Wat Lahanrai where he was a strict and diligent practioner of the Dhamma.

He was known to be a very good monk and possessed few worldly materials. In the hut where he stayed, he only had a pillow and a mat with no electricity. He lived a simple life. He passed away on the 18th October BE 2518 having spent 72 years in the Sangha.
Phra Khun Paen Guman Plaai is one of the most famous amulets created by Luang Phor Tim of Wat Lahanrai. His amulets are very popular and expensive, but for good reason.

A popular account has been well publicized around the internet. This is an updated and somewhat more accurate version.
Phra Khun Paen Pong Plaai Guman of Luang Phor Tim Isarigo, a senior monk of Wat Lahanrai, Rayong province, is respected as one of the most sacred amulets consecrated in modern times.

Many monks across Thailand would often seek him for advice and he was known to be a very humble monk even after being made chief abbot of Wat Lahanrai. He was a vegetarian who ate one meal a day and would only drink twice a day, once at 7am and once at 4pm daily. He passed away in Buddhist year 2518 16th October at the age of 96 and is remembered till today as the top master in the Rayong district
 

Mindfulness

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#2
I will try to pay my respects to Lp Tim at Wat Lahanrai on his death anniversary and have also collected some of his amulets, phayant and bucha.

My experience with Lp Tim has been strong. He has helped me through difficult times and made things smoother for me with unexpected good tidings.

I believe many other devotees has more stories to share.

However, i find it dishearterning to see many of his fake amulets being sold to people with faith especially in S'pore with fake stories spread around. Hope seniors here can help guide the newbies to avoid such heartache and falsehoods.
 

Oziris

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#3
I will try to pay my respects to Lp Tim at Wat Lahanrai on his death anniversary and have also collected some of his amulets, phayant and bucha.

My experience with Lp Tim has been strong. He has helped me through difficult times and made things smoother for me with unexpected good tidings.

I believe many other devotees has more stories to share.

However, i find it dishearterning to see many of his fake amulets being sold to people with faith especially in S'pore with fake stories spread around. Hope seniors here can help guide the newbies to avoid such heartache and falsehoods.
Can share some pic of putim amulets? It would be a great learning experience to differentiate fakes Vs genuine
 

Mindfulness

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#5
Hi to both seniors. Oziris, are you a Pu Tim devotee as well? Do you collect his amulets? Any stories to share?

For fake vs genuine, I am learning as well. I believe to minimise getting a fake amulet for Lp Tim devotees, is to get some reputable books to learn and to get from a reputable source/expert, learn from the amulets you bought. Some prefer bargains but often thingd too good to be true are too good to be true. When I started I bought fakes as well in S'pore and paid the price for my lesson.
 

Mindfulness

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#8
Lp Tim Kppk 2517 block 1, pim yai is expensive, maybe SGD20k or more. Now some controversy with 2515 i heard. I not into kppk, prefer Pu Tim image amulets as a devotee.
 

Oziris

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#12
Hi to both seniors. Oziris, are you a Pu Tim devotee as well? Do you collect his amulets? Any stories to share?

For fake vs genuine, I am learning as well. I believe to minimise getting a fake amulet for Lp Tim devotees, is to get some reputable books to learn and to get from a reputable source/expert, learn from the amulets you bought. Some prefer bargains but often thingd too good to be true are too good to be true. When I started I bought fakes as well in S'pore and paid the price for my lesson.
I don't collect putim kppk or his other amulets becos can't afford to pay big money for Oreos lol. I do have sakorn kppk tho. The design inspired by phim har Liam, putim's iconic design.
 

小白脸

Registered Member
#13
Not senior, new like you too. Seniors very quiet here.

2515 not inside the book...I never rent LP Tim amulets also. Focus on LP chuen first for me.

Thailand people also say 2515 edition is "not advised to be recognized".

Some people ask for follow-up but I think if you talk about LP Tim pockets must run deep.
 

Mindfulness

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#16
Agree with bros here, Lp Sakorn, Lp Sin and also Lp Keow (former abbot of Wat Lahanrai after Lp Tim) are good alternatives. Lp Tim layman disciples also made good amulets in commemoration of Lp Tim, blessed by Lp Sakorn and Lp Sin, such as AC Chinnaporn. Old powders or broken amulets blessed by Lp Tim were used in some of these newer amulets. Also good experience and feedback.

There are also Lp Tim amulets that are more affordable as well, less well known ones or cross temple blessed by Lp Tim himself.
 

Tashlan

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#17
Lp Toon Wat Kao Noi Killivon is low profile luksit of Lp Tim.
He also uses the Prai Kuman inherited from Lp Tim.
Actually the Chindamanee powder from Wat Lahanrai lineage is more valued than Prai Kuman if you look at the Kring Chindamanee from Wat Lahanrai, even the Prai Kuman itself is mixed with other powders along with the Chindamanee powder.

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Mindfulness

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#19
Thanks bro Tashlan for sharing.

Following bro Tashlan's mention of Lp Tim's sacred chindamanee powder, I would like to share that you can get affordable amulets chanted and blessed by Lp Tim with these sacred chindamanee powder.

These are the amulets released from Wat Pailom in BE2514. Wat Pailom is a temple very near to Wat Lahanrai. To raise funds for Wat Pailom, Wat Pailom's Lp Poon in 2508 reached out to great monks and temples all over Thailand to request for sacred powders and materials to consecrate sacred amulets. Lp Tim generously gave his sacred jindamanee powder to Lp Poon. Lp Tim together with other great monks joined the 1st consecration ceremony in 2513 and chanted and blessed these amulets for 15 months. These amulets were eventually released in 2514. And it was written that Lp Tim personally chanted and blessed these amulets again. Heard many good omens happened during the consecration such as raining and light glow. I feel Lp Tim felt it was very important to him to ensure this batch of amulets were well blessed and consecrated and gave his best because it was a commitment to Lp Poon. For this I admire Lp Tim very much and feel this batch of amulets is worth getting, very affordable, and efficacious, from personal experience.
 
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