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Jingjok Songhang Mahalap. Absolutely Perfect.
Jingjok Songhang Mahalap. Absolutely Perfect.
Amulet Ref : BA3678
Monk : Luang Phor Nai
Status : AVAILABLE
Temple : Wat Ban Jaeng
Year : BE 2520
Price : $ 265.00
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Jingjok Songhang Mahalap. Absolutely Perfect. Jingjok Songhang Mahalap. Absolutely Perfect.

Sacred Jingjok Luang Phor Nai (Ivory) 
 

This is quite simply one of the very best examples of this double Jingjok pim I have offered. It is in immaculate condition and would look superb in a hand made, waterproof, sterling silver case which we can supply at cost

LP Nai did not learn directly from Luang Phor Suk of Wat Makhamtao, but is a direct lineage disciple. Wat Makhamthao's LP Suk lineage disciple, learning from Ajahn Yarm Daeng, close disciple of LP Suk.
 
In common with most other Phra Maha Sanay the gecko amulet is believed to increase or enhance charm and attractiveness, whilst at the same time improve fortune. It is a popular and somewhat endearing amulet, in fact one of my favourites.
 
Thai sacred-science experts have been creating gecko amulets for well over a century. Without doubt the most famous of which were blessed by Luang Phor Nai, Wat Ban Jaeng and Luang Phor Suk of Wat Makhamtao
 
In former times observation of the Gecko suggested a life of comparative ease, lazing about waiting for food to arrive, almost as if life giving sustenance was attracted in some way.

This is one characteristic that was assumed to be a divine gift, and as such those owning amulets of the gecko would likewise inherit similar fortune.

The gecko amulet however is more often than not used as a love amulet based on the apparent ease that a male gecko can attract a mate, almost as if they were blessed with sacred charm power. Similarly it is believed that such amulets would increase charm and attractivness.

 


LP Nai's Jingjok have been created from a number of materials including metal, wood, coconut shell all of which are still quite affordable. Those that are hand carved from ivory such as this example are rare, highly sought after and can be expensive, even examples that have some form of minor damage. These sacred charms look absolutely stunning if framed correctly. 
 


This a stunning example, without any damage.

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