This is a HTF (hard to find),
fine & elegant, unused Leela ThoongSetthi, initiated by Wat
Samphandhawong and blessed by LP Waen of Wat DoiMaePang, Chiangmai,
in B.E.2517. The Buddha image's face is around the size of a soybean
seed, but its facial organs are complete, sharp and clear--really
elegant look !!.
The Leela is a LP
Waen popular mold due to the initiation of Wat Samphandha- wong
which was the patron temple for Wat DoiMaePang where LP Waen was
living. All LP Waen amulets initiated and distributed by Wat
Samphandhawong have been accepted as LP Waen's official and popular
Leela or walking Buddha is a major symbol for prosperity, wealth &
fortune, family harmony, life & career progress and achievement.
ThoongSetthi is the extension name. It is the name of an area in
KamPaengpetch province where the efficacious, expensive,
old-time Leela amulets were found. Thoong = field, Setthi = millionaire.
ThoongSetthi is a very
good great, favorable name for amulets implying their efficacies for
prosperity, wealth & fortune, family harmony, life progress, career promotion, and achievement
both personal life and work. So, it is a MUST amulet for anyone
who wants real prosperity, happiness, and all achievement.
LP Waen is widely known as a great Arahant of present period, and
was a disciple of Acharn Mun, the greatest Vipassana Guru of the
Northeastern region who lived between B.E. 2413-2492. LP Waen
followed his teacher's steps by travelling and living in the deep
jungles to practice his ultra Dhamma and later finished.
In a very bad weather day when LP Waen was still alive, an airline
pilot was straying in the high sky while flying over Chiangmai with
nearly run-out fuel. He begged to LP Waen for help otherwise the
plane may be crashed or straying into Burma sky. Just a moment
afterward, he saw LP Waen was sitting Smadhi in the sky and
descently guiding him down for soft & safty landing to Chiangmai
The airline pilot later rush to Wat Doi Maepang and pay a high
respect to LP Waen. After prostrating, he talk to LP Waen, "Luang
Poo, I saw you sitting meditation in the sky and guide me a soft
landing to the airport, so I came here to pay you a high respect and
LP Waen humblingly replied:
" I am just a very old monk and have no wings, do you still think I
am a bird ?"
In the year 2520, I and 2 other special guests had a good chance to
pay a respect to LP Waen. He blessed me with a short Pali Katha and
blew my head, I was shivering as if struck by a very cold wind. Even
he was so old at that moment but his mind power was reversedly so
LP Waen passed away in B.E. 2528 at the age of 99. After cremation,
his bones became
or Arahant relics--some are opague while some are crystal like.