Takrut Tone with Sacred Paya Taew Aew wooden beads for healing and protection, and alleviation of backaches. A very rare talismanic charm of the great Luang Phu Maekh, of Wat Lam Gradan (Minburi), which consists of a metallic Takrut Tone scroll spell (3.5 Inches), attached to a garland of pieces of Mai Paya Taw Aew Dtaay Prai. Mai Paya Taw Aew is a magical wood found in the forests, considered to possess the power to alleviate aching back and waistline. The wood has protective and healing powers, along with the Takrut for Serm Duang Karma Improvement.
Mai Paya Taw Aew is a very rare sacred wood found in the forests, which has been used by olden days folk for centuriies to wear on a cord around one's waist for protection from poisonous beasts and to ease backpains, and heal illnesses. The Takrut serves to bring other blessings such as Serm Duang, Metta Mahaniyom and Klaew Klaad to the compendium.
Luang Phu Maekh Became very famous for his Palad Khik amulets made from Mai Kheuy Dtaay Prai sacred wood. Local Devotees consider the Palad Khik Mai Kheuy Dtaay and other amulets of Luang Phu Maek to be extremely sacred. His Palad Khik are very rare, but an item like this Takrut Mai Paya Taew Aew is amongst the rarest items, for the Paya Taw Aew wood is one of the rarest and most difficult sacred woods to find, and so only very few were ever made.
Luang Phu's Palad were first made by himself, and after their popularity became much greater, he would allow the local devotees to help to carve the amulets, and bless them. When devotees came to give alms at the temple, he would have a large bowl full of the Palad Khik, and allow each devotee to take one handful of Palad Khik home with them after making Merits.
Luang Phu's Palad were first made for locals to hang around the waists of their children to prevent them accidentally being bitten by cobras when playing in the fields, and it soon came to light that the children who received Palad Khik, were playing with cobras without being harmed, and even using the Palad Khik to taunt the Cobras, who would flee at the sight of the Palad Khik.
A young man of the town who wore one was shot at riding a motorcycle, but the gun did not fire the bullet, and he was unharmed. he came to the temple to recount the story, and the legend of Luang Phu Maekh's Palad Khik grew.
A lady Devotee wore the Palad Khik around her waist on a cord belt. She was walking home one night, and entered a dark small soi (alley), and was suddenly pounced upon by a thief, who, when he saw it was a woman, then began to demand that she undressed, so he could rape her.
The lady Devotee prayed to the Palad Khik of Luang Phu Maekh as she undressed, to save her from her plight anmd danger, and as she removed her dress, the robber and to-be rapist cried out in surprise when he saw the Palad Khik poking out of her dress, and, thinking the lady was a man (transvestite), ran away, leaving the lady unharmed, and with all her money and possessions intact.
Many market traders who Bucha the Palad Khik Luang Phu Maekh would use the Palad as Luang Phu had instructed to stab the wares they were selling with the Palad Khik in hand and chant the Kata for Luang Phu Maekh, and their sales would skyrocket.
Luang Phu Maekh's mortal remains are said to be 'Mai Nao Mai Bpueay' which means that the corpse does not rot, without any mummification.
This is seen as a miracle of Arahantship by devotees.. Luang Phu Maekh was known for his direct speech which did not beat about the bush, but also for his great truthfulness of speech, and open hearted honesty.
His sacred wooden amulets are known for their power to ward off the dangers of poisonous beasts such as snakes and deadly insects, as well as for its Kaa Khaay power to increase successful sales of goods.
Kata Bucha Luang Phu Maekh
Light 9 sticks of incense and call Luang Phu Maekh to you by merely calling him.. 'Phu'
Chant Maha Namsakara 3 Times;
Namō Dtassa Pakawadtō Arahadtō Sammā Samputtassa
Namō Dtassa Pakawadtō Arahadtō Sammā Samputtassa
Idti Sukadtō Arahang Mēkhō Sajja Sappō Nāma Dtē Bprasitti Mē Ēhi Ahō Namō Puttāya Putta Sangmi Nachā Lidti U-Ā-Ga-Sa Mi Dtē Pā Hu Ha Dti Ahang Wantāmi Sappatā Sappa Lāpang Bprasitti Mē
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