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Phra Pidta Amulets Helps to Protect and Bring Good Luck Phra Pidta Goodluck and Protection amulet will help overcome all traps

Phra Pidta Amulets Helps to Protect and Bring Good Luck Phra Pidta Goodluck and Protection amulet will help overcome all traps

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Phra Pidta Amulets Helps to Protect and Bring Good Luck Phra Pidta Goodluck and Protection amulet will help overcome all traps and obstacles leading to more luck and success in life

Phra Pidta Nakharat, Mongkol Nakharat model, bronze, gilded, size 1.5 * 3.4 CM. Year 2013, Luang Pu Khambu, Wat Wihan Chedi Sreechompoo. Ubon Ratchathani Province
พระปิดตา นาคราช รุ่น มงคลนาคราช เนื้อสัมฤทธิ์ปิดทอง size 1.5 * 3.4 CM. ปี 56 หลวงปู่คำบุ วัดวิหารเจดีย์สรีชมพู จ.อุบลราชธานี

This amulet designed to give luck in all matters of life as Amulet is best for granting wishes, he is also good for Good luck: Wearing a Phra Pidta amulet is believed to bring good luck and prosperity to its wearer. It is said to attract positive energies and enhance the wearer’s fortunes for Protection, Health and healing , attraction Improved relationships and Developing wisdom Phra Pidta amulet will help its owner overcome all traps and obstacles, leading to more luck and success in life. 

What is Thai Phra Pidta Amulet?
The Thai Phra Pidta Amulet, also known as Closed Eye Buddha is a type of Buddhist talisman or charm that is popular in Thailand. It typically depicts an image of a seated Buddha with both hands covering his eyes or ears. The amulet is believed to offer protection and good luck to the wearer, and is often worn as a pendant or carried in a pocket. The Phra Pidta Amulet is also associated with the Buddhist concept of mindfulness and is believed to help the wearer achieve a state of inner peace and tranquility.
In fact, the real name of this Buddha is not “Phra Pidta”. In Thailand, “Pidta” means a covering of the face posture, so in the long run, people refer to these statues as Phra Pidta. The Phra Pidta Buddha is often seen with the image of using both hands to cover his face, but there are also many other forms such as having 4 or 6 hands to cover all the holes in the body: 2 eyes, 2 nostrils, 2 ears, mouth, anus, and umbilical. 

So, if you’ve read this far, you might be wondering why the heck a Buddhist monk has to cover up all their senses, right?

The meaning of Phra Pidta amulet is to bring inner peace by not seeing negative things outside. 
The Closed Eye Buddha amulet has symbolic meaning in Thai culture. It is believed that Phra Pidta covers all of the senses on the body so that the wearer cannot see or hear evil things, traps in life, or other negative influences that could lead to desire, hatred, or attachment on the spiritual path.
Phra Pidta blocks all of his senses and uses inner consciousness to gain deeper insight into everything, as normal human senses often lead to misunderstandings. In Thai culture, it is believed that the nine orifices on the human body are places where black magic and evil spirits can invade, so Phra Pidta covers all of these orifices to protect the wearer from harm.
Wearing a Phra Pidta Amulet is believed to bring balance to one’s inner emotions, peace, and prosperity in social communication, and good luck and wealth. However, some believe that Phra Pidta is a lucky charm used by many illegal activities’ businessmen and is not an item of Buddhism.
Others believe that Phra Pidta is an expression of a venerable monk from over 2,500 years ago during the time of the Buddha, and it would not support the wrongdoings of the wearer. Instead, it helps them overcome obstacles and encounter good luck while discouraging them from engaging in sinful activities.
Frankly, LotusBuddhas believe that covering up all ownself senses is not the best way to get rid of defilements. And this is not the way of Buddhist practice. Buddhism teaches us to face adversity and overcome it, not avoid it. As Thich Nhat Hanh shared: “Running away from suffering is like finding a lotus flower where there is no mud.”
Therefore, as a practitioner of Buddhism, you must train your mind to be at peace in the face of all difficulties in life.

The Legend of Phra Pidta
Phra Pidta was a monk who lived at the same time as Shakyamuni Buddha more than 2500 years ago. 
Phra Pidta is an important figure in Thai Buddhist culture and has a long and fascinating history. According to legend, Phra Pidta was a revered monk who lived during the time of the Buddha over 2,500 years ago.
The story goes that Phra Pidta was known for his extraordinary powers of concentration and meditation. He was so focused on his spiritual practice that he would often forget to eat and drink, and his fellow monks had to remind him to take care of his physical needs.
One day, while Phra Pidta was in deep meditation, a group of bandits raided the monastery and attacked the other monks. But Phra Pidta was so absorbed in his meditation that he did not even notice the commotion.

When the bandits reached Phra Pidta, they tried to kill him, but their weapons bounced off his skin as if he were wearing armor. The bandits were terrified and fled the monastery, leaving the other monks unharmed.
From that day on, Phra Pidta was revered as a holy figure who

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