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1.  Are there any restriction on wearing my amulet? (FAQ)
  Yes indeed, there are some restrictions. * Do not wear you amulet during sexual activity. * You should not wear your amulet if you are inclined to visit establishments of ill repute. * Try to avoid improper and disrespectful positions such as under a
2.  Is it true that my amulet can protect me from physical injury? (FAQ)
  But you have must have faith and trust in the Lord Buddha.
3.  Do I need to do anything before I wear my Thai amulet? (FAQ)
  Before wearing your amulet, you should pay respect to Lord Buddha and the monk that created the image. You should have a calm heart and focused mind. Hold the amulet between your palms in a praying gesture.
4.  Where do I place my amulet when I remove it? (FAQ)
  When you wish to remove your amulet, you should once again give thanks and respect to the lord Buddha and the monk that created the image. Place the amulet in a position high up, if possible above your head.
5.  Are you interested to run your own amulet business? (FAQ)
  Are you interested to run your own amulet business?
6.  Exchange Rates (FAQ)
  What exchange rate should I use to convert from one currency to another?
7.  What currencies can you accept payment? (FAQ)
  What currencies can you accept payment?
8.  How are currency conversion rates determined? (FAQ)
  How are currency conversion rates determined?
9.  My credit card company refused my order. (FAQ)
  My credit card company refused my order.
10.  How safe is my credit card transaction? (FAQ)
  How safe is my credit card transaction?
11.  Do you use SSL encryption? (FAQ)
  Do you use SSL encryption?
12.  What credit cards do you accept? (FAQ)
  What credit cards do you accept?
13.  COPYRIGHT - Can I republish your articles on the Internet? (FAQ)
  Can I republish your articles on the Internet?
14.  What do the various monk titles mean? (FAQ)
  The long names and titles of Buddhist monks sometimes bewilder Westerners who are new to these teachings. Once the basic principles and customs are understood, however, the names of Thai monks are easily grasped.
15.  Update Service (FAQ)
  Gallery Update
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