We Welcome Serious Users & Only Wish To Reply To Serious Issues & Problems In Life, Please WhatsApp/SMS +65 90254185.

Worldwide Shipping Since 2013 Via Registered Post/EMS & Secured Paypal Payment With Buyer Protection

Life Time Genuine And Authentic Assurance For All Thai Amulets & Magic Items/Charms.

Daily Operating Hours: Daily 12 pm - 7 pm (GMT +8), International Enquiries will be replied ASAP !!! Thank You For Your Understanding.

Self-Collection With Appointment In Singapore @ Chinatown Point Or Courier Delivery To Your Doorstep. For Penang @ Malaysia Users - Collection Can Be Arranged Once A Month @ Pearl City.

Monday, 11 May 2015

Useful Tips - Discourse on Blessings

" Many people i met have ask me which master is the best for doing blessing or rituals or magic Sak Yants in Thailand, Some are still seeking for blessing or rituals to change their luck or even life or reduce karma rituals...Some are overly addicted / obsessed  and misled by friends or some Thai that got commission by bringing you there to do magic rituals....I hope one day they will realise there are none of such rituals or blessing..."

Extracts From Book Of Protection

(Maha Mangala Sutta) (1)

Thus have I heard:

On one occasion the Blessed One was living near Savatthi at Jetavana at Anathapindika's monastery. Now when the night was far advanced, a certain deity, whose surpassing radiance illuminated the whole of Jetavana, approached the Blessed One, respectfully saluted him, and stood beside him. Standing thus, he addressed the Blessed One in verse:

1. 'Many deities and men longing for happiness have pondered on (the question of) blessings. Pray tell me what the highest blessings are.

2. Not to associate with the foolish, but to associate with the wise, and to honour those worthy of honour - this is the highest blessing.

3. To reside in a suitable locality, to have performed meritorious actions in the past, and to set oneself in the right direction - this is the highest blessing.

4. Vast learning, skill in handicrafts, well grounded in discipline, and pleasant speech - this is the highest blessing.

5. To support one's father and mother; to cherish one's wife and children, and to be engaged in peaceful occupations - this is the highest blessing.

6. Liberality, righteous conduct, rendering assistance to relatives, and performance of blameless deeds - this is the highest blessing.

7. To cease and abstain from evil, to abstain from intoxicating drinks, and diligent in performing righteous acts - this is the highest blessing.

8. Reverence, humility, contentment, gratitude, and the timely hearing of the Dhamma, the teaching of the Buddha, - this is the highest blessing.

9. Patience, obedience, meeting the Samanas (holy men), and timely discussions on the Dhamma - this is the highest blessing.

10. Self-control, chastity, comprehension of the Noble Truths, and the realization of Nibbana - this is the highest blessing.

11. The mind that is not touched by the vicissitudes of life (2), the mind that is free from sorrow, stainless, and secure - this is the highest blessing.

12. Those who have fulfilled the conditions (for such blessings) are victorious everywhere, and attain happiness everywhere - To them these are the highest blessings.'


1. Khp. 2; Sn. 46 under the title Mangala sutta; cf. Mahamangala Jataka No. 452.
2. The vicissitudes are eight in number: gain and loss, good-repute and ill-repute, praise and blame, joy and sorrow. This stanza is a reference to the state of mind of an Arahant, the Consummate One.

Credits To The Original Sources

No comments:

Post a Comment

Note: only a member of this blog may post a comment.