Luang Pu Waen Sujinno Billionaire coin, year 1977


Name of the image of Buddha: LP Waen Sujinno Billionaire Coin
Supporter of casting: Luang Pu Waen Sujinno
Location of Casting or Finding: Wat Doi Mae Pung
Year of Casting: B.E 2390 ~ B.E 2520
Praise of the image of Buddha: Harmproof and invulnerability

Product : 000153

Price :5,000.00 baht



Luang Pu Waen Suciṇṇo(泰語:Luang Pu Waen Sujinno; 1887年2月16日-1985年7月2日)是泰國的佛教僧侶,是泰國森林傳統的一部分。
1896年,應母親和祖母的要求,他9歲出家。他年輕時沒有接受過正規教育,但作為一名年輕的新手,他開始學習 mūla-kachai,在 1900 年代初期 Somdet Phra Maha Samana Chao Krom Phraya Vajirañāṇavarosa 改變課程後,泰國不再這樣做了。在他還在讀書期間,他達到了完全受戒的年齡,並在 Wat Saang Taw 接受了比丘受戒,由阿姜溫擔任他的導師。

原來的上師全部脫光後,他覺得有必要去尋找新的上師,並在1918年左右終於遇到了阿姜曼。 1921年,他遇到了受到許多人尊敬和阿姜敬重的陳超坤. 蒙本人。 Luang Pu Waen Sucinno 在 1921 年至 1931 年的某個時間重新受戒為法師寺的僧人,Tan Chao Khun Upālī Guṇūpamājaa 擔任他的導師。 1955 年,Luang Pu 遇到了 Phra Ajaan Noo Sucitto,後者後來邀請他留在 Pang Doi 寺龍普在那裡得到照顧,直到他因健康並發症於 1985 年去世。

“任何對Lay人感興趣的人,都只對Gain感興趣。” - 這是 Luang Por Waen 的重要聲明。他對平信徒不感興趣。他對新手和修女都不感興趣。據他說,這種興趣只是為了獲得、讚美和名聲。


將泰語單詞“Dhammo”用作“Dham-Mo”是他佈道中的一個著名隱喻。 “Maw”或“Mo”是一個泰語詞,意思是“醉酒”或“陶醉”。 Luang Por Waen 將“未來”和“過去”稱為“Dham-Mo”,意思是“醉法”,他將“當下”稱為“Dhammo”,意思是“正法”。 “不要去想未來和過去。這是醉法”——這是他經常提出的建議。

直到一位泰國皇家空軍飛行員發現他在天空中冥想之前,Luang Por Waen 一直是泰國農村的一顆隱藏的寶石。雖然他不喜歡名聲,但這件事使他成為那十年泰國最受歡迎的和尚。他吸引了皇家贊助,普密蓬國王成為了欒波文的忠實信徒。在他生命的後期,他的常駐寺院“Wat Doi Mae Pang”的住持不得不限制和控制前來參觀 Luang Por Waen 的人數。

有一天,一位醫生難得有機會向他詢問空軍飛行員的事件。 “你認為我是一隻鳥嗎”——這是 Luang Por 的回答。
Acariya Maha Boowa:尊貴的 Acariya Mun Bhuridatta Thera,一部精神傳記。 Wat Pa Baan Taad 2003, Baan Taad, Amphoe Muang, Udon Thani, 41000 Thailand(無 ISBN,可在此地址獲得,或 4MB pdf-在此處下載)
“Luang Pu Waen Sucinno 的生平與教導”Wat Doi Mae Pang 2015

LP Wan Sujinno Billionaire  Coin ( We Fight Batch) Pendant Size : 2.6 x 3.8 cm. (Approx.) This Unique Coin amulet is Phra LP Wan Coin **Keep this coin with you. The coin will protect you from all harm & danger,The coin will also bless you to get lucky and wealthy !! ** LP Wan Sujinno Magician Monk in Chiangmai Province of Thailand created and blessed this amulet in 1977 ( 2520 BE.) for using as Good Luck,Success & Strong Protection Amulet. It will make a fantastic gift for someone special or for a collector of Asian antiques.Keep it with you for Good Luck,Success & Protection Power or keep it in your house .This is a fabulous collector's item indeed! This Phra LP Wan Amulet will bring you Luck, Good things will unexpectedly happen to you.It also make you success in anything you hope for.This Amulet will bring Prosperity and ensure success in human endeavors. It is very rare and looks so beautiful. It will be one of the best in your collection!!!! WE ACCEPT PAYPAL .. ONLY!! We will ship WorldWide.Shipping and handling cost is FREE Worldwide. We ship within 24 hr. after payment is received. Please make payment within 7 days after auction ended. Please contact us before leaving negative feedback or low Detail Seller Ratings ( DSR), giving us a chance to resolve your problem. Return Accepted within 30 days with final price money back(buyer pay for return S&H cost) I will leave Positive Feedback right after the payment is completed. I sell only genuine antique Thai Amulets ,Pendants. In this world economic recovery, if you have Thai antique Amulets with you. It will help to prevent any Bad things and protect you from Evil. It also brings Luck, Wealth, Fortune and encourage you to fight any obstacle with a powerful help of Ancient Magic. It's also Beautiful and very nice for your Antique collections too. Thank you very much

Luang Pu Waen Suciṇṇo (Thai: หลวงปู่แหวน สุจิณโณ; 16 February 1887 – 2 July 1985) was a Buddhist monk in Thailand, and part of the Thai Forest Tradition.
Early life and ordination
He took novice ordination at the age of 9 years old, in 1896, as per the request of his mother and grandmother. He had not received a formal education in his youth, but as a young novice he began studying the mūla-kachai, which is no-longer done in Thailand after Somdet Phra Maha Samana Chao Krom Phraya Vajirañāṇavarorasa changed the curriculum in the early 1900s. While he was still studying, he reached the age required for full ordination and took Bhikkhu ordination at Wat Saang Taw, with Phra Ajahn Waen as his preceptor.

Meeting Ajahn Mun and later life
After his original teachers had all disrobed, he felt the need to go searching for a new teacher, and finally met Ajahn Mun at around 1918. In 1921 he met Tan Chao Khun Upālī Guṇūpamājaan, who was revered by many and well-respected by Ajahn Mun himself. Luang Pu Waen Sucinno reordained as a monk in the Dhammayuttika Nikaya with Tan Chao Khun Upālī Guṇūpamājaa as his preceptor sometime between 1921 and 1931. In 1955, Luang Pu met Phra Ajaan Noo Sucitto, who later invited him to stay at Wat Doi Mae Pang, where Luang Pu was looked after until he died in 1985 due to health complications.

Exceptional Qualities
"Anyone who is interested in Lay people is only interested in Gain." - This was an important statement of Luang Por Waen. He was not interested in Lay people. He was neither interested in Novices nor Nuns. According to him, this interests are only for Gain, Praise and fame.

Like Ajahn Mun Bhuridatto who was the spiritual teacher of Luang Por Waen, he spent his life as a Thudong monk until he encountered with a leg disability. He lived alone, practiced alone in forests and preferred seclusion.

Drunken Dhamma
Verbal usage of the Thai word 'Dhammo' as 'Dham-Mo' was a famous metaphor in his Sermons. 'Maw' or 'Mo' is a Thai word which gives the meaning 'Drunken' or 'Intoxicated'. Luang Por Waen referred to the 'Future' and the 'Past' as 'Dham-Mo' which means 'Drunken Dhamma' and he referred to the 'Current Moment' as 'Dhammo' which means Straight Dhamma. "Don't think about future and past. It is Drunken Dhamma" -was his regular advice.

Until a royal Thai air-force pilot had spotted him meditating in the sky, Luang Por Waen was a hidden gem in the rural Thailand. Though he didn't like fame, this incident made him the most popular monk of Thailand in that decade. He attracted the Royal Patronage and King Bhumipol became a closer devotee of Luan Por Waen. In the latter period of his life, the abbot of his resident monastery 'Wat Doi Mae Pang' had to limit and control the number of people who came to visit Luang Por Waen.

One day, a doctor had got a rare chance to ask from him about the incident of the air-force pilot. 'Do you think I'm a bird' - was the reply of Luang Por.
Further reading
Acariya Maha Boowa: Venerable Acariya Mun Bhuridatta Thera, a Spiritual Biography. Wat Pa Baan Taad 2003, Baan Taad, Amphoe Muang, Udon Thani, 41000 Thailand (no ISBN, available at this address, or 4MB pdf-download here)
"The Life and Teachings of Luang Pu Waen Sucinno" Wat Doi Mae Pang 2015

“เหรียญ มหาเศรษฐี หลวงปู่แหวน ปี พศ.2520"

  วัดดอยแม่ปั๋ง อ.พร้าว จ.เชียงใหม่

รหัสสินค้า: 000153

ราคา:5,000.00 บาท


รายละเอียด:“เหรียญ มหาเศรษฐี หลวงปู่แหวน วัดดอยแม่ปั๋ง ปี พศ.2520

เหรียญ มหาเศรษฐี หลวงปู่แหวน สุจิณโณ วัดดอยแม่ปั๋ง ปี 2520 เนื้อทองแดง จัดสร้างขึ้นเพื่อหาทุนทรัพย์ในการหล่อพระ บำรุงสำนักวิปัสสนา ปฎิสังขรณ์พระอุโบสถ์วัดส่างโอภารามจ.อุบลราชธานี ซึ่งเป็นอุโบสถ์หลังที่หลวงปู่แหวน ได้อุปสมบทเป็นพระภิษุ วัตถุมงคลได้เข้าพิธี 3 วาระในปี 2520 - วาระแรก ที่วัดสุทัศน์เทพวราราม - วาระที่สอง ที่วัดเทพศิรินทราวาส - วาระที่สาม ที่วัดบวรนิเวศวิหาร เหรียญที่มีชื่อเป็นมงคลมากที่สุดของหลวงปู่แหวน เหมาะสำหรับเศรษฐกิจในยุคนี้ที่ต้องแข่งขันในด้านการค้าเพื่อความอยู่รอดสูง เหรียญ หลวงปู่แหวน รุ่นมหาเศรษฐี ด้านหลังเป็นรูปพญาครุฑ และถุงเงิน บูชาดีๆท่านอาจเป็นเศรษฐีเหมือนชื่อรุ่นก็ได้ใครจะรู้ครับ ชั่วโมงนี้หายากมากใครศรัทธาได้ไว้บูชาครอบครองรับรองไม่ผิดหวังครับ

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