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Lucky Bracelet Pure Silver Si Hu Ha Ta Powerful Amulet for Opens up the channel of wealth into your life Attract luck Wealth Money Business

Lucky Bracelet Pure Silver Si Hu Ha Ta Powerful Amulet for Opens up the channel of wealth into your life Attract luck Wealth Money Business

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Lucky Bracelet Pure Silver Si Hu Ha Ta Powerful Amulet for Opens up the channel of wealth into your life Attract luck Wealth Attract money and Attract business By Ajarn Subin Na Nha Tong

Bracelet Si Hu Ha Ta, Ajahn Subin Nanhathong

- Pure Silver+LongYa red
- Pure Silver+LongYa green
- Pure Silver+LongYa pink

- Si Hu Ha Ta Coin Silver + Green
- Si Hu Ha Ta Coin Silver + Pink
- Si Hu Ha Ta Coin Silver + Purple

- Si Hu Ha Ta Coin Gold + LongYa Pink
- Si Hu Ha Ta Coin Gold + LongYa Purple
- Si Hu Ha Ta Coin Gold + LongYa Green

Diameter Silver bracelet about 5 cm. (stretchable)

Si Hu Ha Ta Maha Sethee The name 'Si Hu Ha Ta ', has the Meaning ‘Four Ears and Five Eyes'. This refers to the appearance of the Deva's face, which is indeed bestowed with five eyes and four ears. His four eyes mean the four Brahma Charyas (Metta, Karuna Mutita and Upekkha) and the five eyes mean the five precepts. Taep See Hoo Ha Dta is a Deity whose tale appears in the Northern Lanna Tradition, and is reputed to be a Manifestation of the Amarint Deity.

Si Hu Ha Ta the deity is a powerful creator of wealth and Treasures, but also protects from Danger and Dark Magic. The major element present in this amulet is to constantly multiply wealth and treasures. Due to the potent power of the mystical properties imbued within the amulet, the Si Hu Ha Ta amulet can help improve one's luck, fate and fortune. This means that the Si Hu Ha Ta amulet has the potential power to opening doors that will lead you to your success in bringing about the changes you desire. Within a short time you will see your luck changing and your success improving.

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The legendary of "Si-Hu-Ha-Ta"

Si-Hu-Ha-Ta sitting on gold nuggets and feeding on charcoal. This means that the owner will always be blessed with wealth, gold, fortune and material comforts. Si-Hu-Ha-Ta is one of the most legendary "Thep" that Thai people still worships for fast wealth and windfall because Si-Hu-Ha-Ta is easily satisfied when one offers black charcoal and has no limit to how much wealth he can bless someone with because Si-Hu-Ha-Ta was in fact a form of Phra Indra, the king of Devas. That pretty much explains everything about this amulet.

According to legend, Lord Indra wanted to test a poor but hardworking farmer by turning up in a form of a monster with 4 Ears 5 Eyes then destroying the farmer's plantation. The farmer became furious and manage to capture Si-Hu-Ha-Ta and tied it around a pole. One night while serving dinner, the farmer noticed Si-Hu-Ha-Ta was hungry. Being a poor farmer who have nothing else to offer the starving monster, he sincerely offered black charcoal. Impressed by the farmer's compassion, Si-Hu-Ha-Ta started eating the charcoal and shit gold nuggets. Surprised by whats happening, the farmer continued to feed black charcoal while Si-Hu-Ha-Ta continue producing gold nuggets, the farmer then became very wealthy.

Till today, Si-Hu-Ha-Ta is still widely worshiped in Thailand and is one of the main icon for money luck. There are many masters and monks who consecrates Si-Hu-Ha-Ta amulets in Thailand.

Symbolic meaning of Si-Hu-Ha-Ta
Si-Hu-Ha-Ta’s four ears represent the four Buddhist dharma practices of metta (loving kindness), karuna (compassion and generosity), mudita (empathetic joy for others’ success and good fortune) and upekha (equanimity). The meaning is pretty clear: If we listen to others with these perspectives, our communication with them will be peaceful. Our minds will be capable of greater empathy and understanding.

Si-Hu-Ha-Ta’s five eyes represent the five precepts of Buddhist dharma: to refrain from killing, stealing and lying; from indulgence in adultery and other sexual behavior that harms others; and from alcohol or other intoxicants. Again, the meaning is clear: Following the precepts helps us develop greater insight and wisdom, and to treat others with compassion.

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