Sacred SAI SIN BRACELET BLESSED BY BUDDHIST MONKS WAT BANG PHRA TEMPLE THAILAND

£7.50

 

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PLEASE NOTE: This Sai - Sin bracelet is FULLY adjustable to 9 inches

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BUDDHIST BLESSED SAI-SIN BRACELET

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These Sai Sin Bracelets have been blessed by monks in the Wat Bang Phra Temple, Thailand.


A photograph of Geshe Lama Ahbay Tulku Rinpoche is included with this Sai Sin Bracelet

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These blessed and empowered Sai-Sin bracelets are full of great spiritual power.

The reason for the release of these sacred blessed items, is that the world is now a dark and dangerous place and spiritual and sacred people have to be part of the new awakening.

These Sai Sin bracelets have a HUGE amount of spiritual power and when you hold them you will see and feel a sacred power like you have never felt in your life.

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Takrut.*** (on Sai Sin Bracelet).

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A picture of where I bought these bracelets. Wat Bang Phra Temple Thailand.

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SAI SIN BLESSED BRACELET:

A Sai Sin bracelet "Auspicious thread" is simply a length of cord that has been appropriately blessed by a Buddhist Monk. The tying of the Sai Sin around your wrist is the tying in of good health, much happiness and great luck. The Sai Sin cord will also guard you from danger, will dispel evil and negative bad and dangerous energy, and protect you from disease.

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Takrut.*** (on Sai Sin Bracelet).

A TAKRUT is rolled up metal foil that is inscribed with yants. A Yant is a sacred geometry design incorporating Buddhist psalms and magical formulas that invoke various elements and powers of protection and various blessings. The Buddhist psalms written within and around these yant are know in Thai language as "kata". A kata is what we might call in the West a "Mantra", the word Mantra is a Sanskrit word meaning "prayer". The casting of a magic spell is similar to the recitation of a Mantra in the sense that the concept of invocation / evocation is inflected in order to achieve a certain result. The ancient tradition of tattooing a sacred yant is probably at least one to two thousand years old. The oldest definite historical evidence of sak yant being practised in Thailand dates back to around the times of King Naresuan Maharaj, around the time that the kingdom of Ayutthaya was still in its golden age. The warriors were tattooed with Yant and also wore "Suea yant" (yant shirts, that had protective designs intended to ward off the blows of sharp weapons inscribed all over the surface). The Yant designs themselves are not the only element necessary to enable the magic power believed to be contained within these sacred geometrical designs. Many Buddhists believe in the power of the Yant. Some Yants are meant to protect against physical harm (Kong Grapan Yant) whilst others are meant to bring good luck (Maettha Yant).

Since the time of King Naresuan (สมเด็จพระนเรศวรมหาราช), Thai soldiers have sought protection from the power of sak yant and the wearing of amulets. In the Korean, Vietnam and second world wars, Thai soldiers were nicknamed "tahaan pee" (Thai: ทหารผี) or "ghost soldiers" by the allied forces, because of their sak yant tattoos and amulets.

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Buddhist monk handing over Takrut sheets.

Takrut sheets from Wat Bang Phra Temple (Temple of the Little Buddha)

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PLEASE NOTE: This Sai - Sin bracelet is FULLY adjustable to 9 inches

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There are very few people in the world who can feel and sense and need this sacred and special power.

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A picture of me (Michael) being blessed by L. P. Samang at the Wat Bang Phra Temple, Thailand.

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The above picture of Tibetan monk Geshe Lama Ahbay Tulku Rinpoche is included with this blessed bracelet.

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His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet with Geshe Lama Ahbay Tulku Rinpoche.

Tibetan monk Geshe Lama Ahbay Tulku Rinpoche.

Lama Ahbay Tulku Rinpoche became a monk when he was 7 years old, he left his parents to live in a monastery far, far away, without shedding a tear or clinging to his mother, his path and mission were clear before him.

His last incarnation was still fresh behind him, in his previous incarnation his parents had passed away while he was young, and he went to live in a cave, where he practiced his religious studies and performed his "Puha's"(rituals).

As he grew up he became famous for his supernatural powers, the animals of the forest, the deer and the monkeys, would come to him and people from all walks of life would seek him out for a blessing.

He lived like this in the cave for a long time.

Lama Ahbay Tulku Jigme Thupten Tendar Rinpoche was born in Darjeeling, India in 1973.

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Personal History of Geshe Lama Ahbay Tulku Rinpoche.

Lama Ahbay Tulku Jigme Thupten Tendar Rinpoche was born in Darjeeling/India in 1973. In the Tibetan calender the day of his birth is known the auspicious, „day with ten good Omens". His father Sonam Dorjee and his mother Lobsang Tseten have two more children, his elder brother Dondhup Paljor and his younger sister Tsering Tsomo.
In 1979, Khabche Zong Rinpoche visited the hill station of Darjeeling and gave profound instructions bringing happiness to everybody. His father prostrated to the feet of this great master with the wish to have the possibility for one of his sons to become a monk. Zong Rinpoche saw that it would be better to choose the younger of the two brothers to enter the monastery. In the same year the abbot of Gaden Jangtse Monastery in South India gave him the name Jigme Phuntsok and he received the robes of a monk.
The venerable Geshe Khenrab Choedak of Hardong Khamtsen became his religious master and he began to learn to write and read Tibetan and to study Buddhist metaphysics according to the tradition. Geshe Sonam Choephel, Geshe Tenzin Dhakpa and Geshe Lobsang Choenyi were ordained as his additional masters.
When he was nine years old he was fully initiated into monkhood and the tutor of His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Khabche Ling Rinpoche gave him the name Thupten Tendar. When he was twelve, His Holiness the Dalai Lama identified him as the reincarnation of the hermit Lama Lobsang Tenzin. One year later he was enthroned as Tulku in Gaden Jangtse Monastery. There, at the age of seventeen, he was admitted to the congregational debate on the first chapter of Abhisamaya (Perfection of Wisdom), and six years later, to the congregational debate on Madhyamika (Middle Way).
He studied Pharchen (Perfection of Wisdom) for six years, Uma (Middle Way) for three years.
From the age of twenty-five on he studied Abidharma (Treasure of knowledge) for three years followed by Vinaya (Disciplines). Besides these four major Buddhist texts together with another text called Namdrel (Valid cognition) is so called Panchaparamita (Five major texts of Buddhist studies).

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Geshe Lama Ahbay Tulku Rinpoche aged 7 years old.

In the Tibetan calender the day of his birth is known the auspicious, "day with ten good Omens". His father Sonam Dorjee and his mother Lobsang Tseten have two more children, his elder brother Dondhup Paljor and his younger sister Tsering Tsomo.

Tibetan monk Geshe Lama Ahbay Tulku Rinpoche has been fully recognised by the DALAI LAMA as a reincarnation of Lama Lobsang Tenzin, a former spiritual leader of Tibetan Buddhists.
Genshe Lama Ahbay Tulku Rinpoche has taken his task from the responsibilities of the previous incarnation and has returned back into the role of spiritual leader of the Yinga Choe Ling monastery in Tibet.


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GOOD FORTUNE: comes about when the energies of your body and mind click together. This is not just about the creation of wealth: good fortune is the experience when you know deep inside you that everything is right with the world. It is when you and the divine enjoy each others company. Good fortune is a natural state of mind that is part of who you are. It is inside you, just wanting to be released. Start by asking for it. Be humble and receive. If you seek good fortune unskilfully- in other words, selfishly- you will create obstructions. Good fortune never ever comes in a way that you expect it, so open your heart for a happy surprise. You keep your good fortune by sharing it and learning from it, not by showing it off. Use your good fortune by showing other people how to access it, based on your own experience.

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To heal someone, you must first know why people suffer. If through healing them, you can show them how to stop suffering, you have fulfilled your role as a physician.

At the heart of all suffering there is a spiritual remedy that comes about from knowing the relationships between karma and suffering. Karma comes from the chaos that exists within all living creatures, all aspects of this world and the universe at large. Some chaos is good, some indifferent, some bad, but it is the stuff from which happiness and then enlightenment can be made.

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Wat Bang Phra Temple Thailand.

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