Rian Boroma Kroo Ruesi Chiwok Gomarapaj (Jivaka Medicine Rishi) – Pim Hlang Dto Moo

Rian Boroma Kroo Ruesi Chiwok Gomarapaj (Chivaka Medicine Rishi) – Pim Hlang Dto Moo (with altar behind him).

Ruesi Chiwok Gomarapat Healer Ruesi Image with a Thai ‘Dto Moo’ tiered altar behind him on the front face, and the Sacred Yant Putsoorn Yantra on the rear face, which gives the blessings of the Five Buddhas, protects and Enriches Life. The tiered altar has Lord Buddha sitting on the highest tiered dais.

Wat Awut has become famous for its power to heal when devotees go there to make merit and pray for good health, and protection from illnesses, and also known for bringing Choke Lap (Luck and wealth) to those who worship there. part of the reason for the powerful blessings which arise and affect those who pay devotion at Wat Awut, are the Images of Kun Mae Chee Bun Ruean (a female Nun and Master amulet maker), and the Statue of Ruesi Chiwok Gomarapat, which are installed in the Sala Mae Chee Bun Ruean Dtong Bun Dterm.

Putta Pisek Empowerment

The empowerment of these rare Healer Ruesi amulets was a small but very genuinely made empowerment with all masters involved putting their whole heart into the creation and empowerment of this image of the Buddha’s Physician, Ruesi Hmor Chiwok Gomarapat.

Apart from its Miraculous ability to sometimes heal terminal illnesses, the amulet is also pure Buddhanussati (emembrance of Lord Buddha and the Dhamma and Sangha) and an object of inspiration and Faith for Buddhists to wear and keep Auspicious practice in Mind, and to avoid harmful Thoughts.

It is a reminder to practice Compassion to relieve others of Suffering. Ruesi Chiwok was the Personal Physician of the Lord Buddha Himself, and is thus the Guru of all Thai Buddhists who work in the Medical or Healing Professions.

Below; Luang Por Chamnan (Wat Bang Kuti Tong), adds his empowerment to the amulets. LP Chamnan is one of the present eras top Master amulet makers.

Buddha Abhiseka

Rian Hmor Ruesi Chiwok Gomarapat – Pim Hlang To Moo – Wat Awut
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