Pidta Buddha amulet pendant,
Monk: Luang Pho Kaew, Kesaro,
Temple: Lahanrai Temple, Rayong Province,
Consecrated: year 1976,
100% real gold plating
-Bestow wealth and opportunities
-Avoid danger and risks.
-Prevention and avoidance from black magic and bad intentions of others.
-Supports spiritual awakening
-Raises spiritual consciousness
Phra Pidta Amulet includes “Phra” which indicates monk, “Pidta” suggests eyes closed. This amulet is a sign of the deepest meditation, in which one is closed off to all external impacts and sees with the internal eye just.
His hands over the eyes signifies an obstructing out of the outdoors world during extreme Sammabart meditation. The Pidta design amulet with a monk sitting in full or half-lotus position and with his hands covering his eyes and face is a style that has become very popular among Thai Buddhists.
Phra PidTa Thai Buddha Amulet (Close the eyes Buddha) is highly popular among Buddhists which is referred to as ‘Phra Pid Ta’.
Phra Pidta is a representation of an age-old monk well known for deep samadhi meditation (absorption) during Siddhartha Buddha’s time more than 2,550 years back.
Phra Pidta’s image is openly called posture of preventing from catastrophes and dangers, keeping one safe from harm. It is also known for preventing villains. Monks across Thailand have made Phra Pidta design amulets, the belowmentioned are a few of the significant monks that have made powerful amulets.