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Old 02-08-2015, 01:24   #1
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Introduction of Phra Kunpaen Prai Pan Nika, Mae Kum Fa batch
Kruba Wurasak, Wat Sarm Pa Muang (Phayao Province)



Dear S.A brothers and friends,

I would like to share with you about an upcoming Kunpaen fever which emerged in Thailand this year. As you are aware there is a trend recently that some Kruba Arjarn are introducing female spirit series of Kunpaen and lockets in the market and many are selling like hotcakes.

Moreover, there is a particular batch of this female spirit series which many native amulet dealers are highly sole after and quietly stocking up in dozens for potential investment in future over the few months. This batch is called:"Praii Ganya Version 2." This batch is commissioned by Kruba Wurasak of Wat Sarm Pa Muang from Phayao Province. The first batch of “Praai Pan Nika Roon Rack” were completely sold out within days after the grand consecration ceremony!

This batch of “Praii Ganya Kunpaen” possessed very strong efficiency and power whereby the method of consecration is similar to the legendary - Yar Kun Choon of Wat Pra Zhao Sua.



The story of this “Khunpaen Praii Ganya Pan Nika” is about a young devoted village girl named Pan Nika from Phayao province in Thailand. She was a daughter of a poor farmer family. At 15 years old, Pan Nika's father died of sickness and left her mother taking care of the family. Due to single parenting, her family had surged into financial crisis. This difficult time has left Pan Nika no choice but to give up her education and help out in house chords for end meets. The hardship in life has never put away Pan Nika's devotion in Buddhism. Whenever she finished her daily duties, she will participate in volunteering work in the temple everyday regardless of rain and shine.

One day, the committee of the temple felt strange for not seeing Pan Nika coming to the temple over a long period of time as this is very unusual for her absence. They suspect something might had happened to her. Thereafter, nobody asked about her presence anymore.

One evening, Pan Nika suddenly appeared in the temple compound and some committee members saw her loitering and chit chatting with the children. That was the only night everybody last witness Pan Nika's presence ever since.

On the following day, everybody start to discuss about Pan Nika's sudden appearance. Out of the blue, Pan Nika's neighbours in the temple relates to the temple committee that Pan Nika had actually died of road accident many days ago! Everybody was stunned in speechless and an uproar stirring among them on Pan Nika's death. They couldn't believe how it is possible to see Pan Nika appears talking and loitering in temple last night! A shivering quest down the spins, they finally realised that what they saw was indeed the GHOST of Pan Nika's return!!

This eerie phenomena was quickly reported to the abbot, Kruba Wurasak. After hearing this touching account of Pan Nika's death. Kruba Wurasak felt sympathy for Pan Nika's ill fate and deeply appreciate her devotional contribution to the temple. To tribute Pan Nika's death and helping her passing beyond, Kruba Wurasak specially conduct a funeral service on her family behalf. During the puja service, Kruba Wurasak exercised his profound Vipassana meditation to check on Pan Nika's spirit whereabouts. After Kruba has dissolved his meditational Jhana, he realised that Pan Nika's spirit is still abides within the temple as a guardian angel due to her strong karmic connection with Wat Sarm Pa Muang. Having much communication with Pan Nika's family, Kruba Wurasak gained permission from her spirit to use her cremated ashes to consecrate a batch of Khunpaen amulets for temple fund raising. This is an act of kindness to gain merits for her happiness in afterlife and also bringing benefits to all the devotees at large.

Kruba's decision of using Pan Nika's ashes for empowering the Khunpaen amulets is because of her great virtues and pure devotion to the Triple Gems throughout her hard life which moved many folks of Phayao province. Coincidentally, Pan Nika's lunar birth date also fulfilled the exact requirements of making the legendary Khunpaen image according to the old scroll formula too!

Thereafter, Kruba Wurasak requested some prominent senior monks who are skilled in "Sayasak" metaphysics science to calculate an auspicious day to conduct a grand ceremonial ritual to commission this batch of "Praii Pan Nika Khunpaen". Likewise, Kruba Wurasak also seek crucial advice from Ya Khun Chun for the consecreation of 1st Batch Khun Phean Mae Fai Khum recipe which derived the official title of Prai Pan Nik Ka's Kunpaen.

In the spectacular range of Khunpaen, there is a limited edition of Khunpaen that contains the Takrut of Ya Kun Chun which mixed with various precious gems of Mae Chit Boon Ruen of Wat Ah Wood temple. This batch is commissioned in 3000 pieces worldwide ONLY!!

This Khun Phaen Praai Pan Nika is believed to bring an abundance of wealth and fortune to devotees. Having suffered an ill fate of Pan Nika in the past, her spirit will ensure nobody will deprived the privilege of enjoying a fulfilling life! Whoever owns this amulet has no worries for food and money... This is the best blessings and goodwill that Maiden Nika will offer all of you!!


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The Ingredients Introduction of Phra Kunpaen Prai Pan Nika, Mae Kum Fa batch



The following list is the ingredients used for making this batch of Kunpaen:

1) Praii Ganya powder, Wat Pa Chao Sua
2) Praii Panton powder from Kruba Boon Yang, Wat Hui Nam Onn
3) Prai Pan Nik Ka powder from Kruba Wurasak, Wat Pra Sam Muang
4) Powder from Wat Rakang
5) Tong Prai Guman from Luang Pu Tim
6) Powder from Luang Phor Pherm, Wat Pong Keow
7) Powder from Luang Pu Sod, Wat Kum Mak Kum Tao
8) Powder from Luang Phor Mun, Wat Ban Jan
9) Various types of holy powder, relics, Kasha, Guru Monks hair from 108 famous temples.


This batch was chanted at 4 different temples which include Kruba Wurasak’s temple Wat Pra Sam Muang. Kruba Wurasak specially given a name called Mae Kum Fa to his temple’s Prai Pan Nit Ka batch. Those special Khunpaen batch behind insert Takruts from Luang Phor Ruesi Lingdum, Wat Thasung Muang district of Uthaithani. Luang Phor Lingdum is the direct disciple of the late Luang Phor Parn, Wat Ban Nong Ko.

The other special edition inserting the takuts from the famous Luang Phor Phrom, Wat Chong Kae of Nakhon Serwan.

Beside this batch of Praii Pan Nika Kunpaen, Kruba Wurasak also jointly commissioned another batch of Kunpaen with Luang Phor Noi, Wat Phra Tut Tu Suan Lom with 5000 pieces of normal edition and 1000 pieces of special edition. This batch of Khun Pean is mixed with Prai Pan Nitka, Prai Ganya from Arjarn Yod Khun Jon , Prai Pan Tong from Kruba Boon Yang and 108 holy powders from different famous temples.
















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Limelights on Temple's Chanting Ceremony
Wat Pra Sam Muang with famous Guru monks Co-Blessings





Chief Monk lighting "Pan Sar" Candle to start Chanting Ritual:


Kruba Warusak's Self Consecration





Kruba Warusak: Front Row on the left together with the Late Luang Pu Koon
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Phra Kunpaen Loon Mae Fai Khum Praii Pan Nitka
(1st batch)
Kruba Warasak, Wat Sam Pa Muang

~Detailed Introduction of Materials~







Hand drawn Takruts & various types of sacred powders from famous temples contribution







Thunder Strike Woods, "Mai Yu Dum" black Wood and various spiritual woods & 5 types of holy metal alloy ores:









Thunder Strike Teak Wood at Crematorium that contains very strong spiritual Power!




5 metals Alloy used for making Takruts to be insert into amulets:


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Supreme Metta Kunpaen Katha
~Taught by: Kruba Warasak - Wat Sam Pa Muang~


Kruba Warasak, Wat Sam Pa Muang revealed a secret formula on paying homage to Phra Kunpaen image. This Katha is not solely restricted to Praii Pan Nitka Kunpaen. This Katha is applicable to any Kunpaen image consecrated by all Long Phor, Kruba Arjarns.

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