"His loving kindness had touched numerous devastated and broken families..... also been felt by many financial desperadoes whom he helped back onto the path of prosperity."
The most revered Master of Charm and Fortune
LuangPhorKhantidjitto or more commonly known as ArjahnSomjitSukho is the most revered and respected Master of Charm and Fortune there ever was. His loving kindness had touched numerous devastated and broken families of which he had helped to rebuild and reunite; and his grace had also been felt by many financial desperadoes whom he helped back onto the path of prosperity. His Venerable had in his lifetime performed so many miracles that touched the lives of many people from the United Kingdom of Thailand to Malaysia, Singapore, Hongkong, Taiwan, and to as far as Australia, New Zealand, and the United States of America. He has devoted his entire life to serving the true Lord Buddha and he had learned, practiced, and taught the Faith well. He was dedicated to enhancing and bettering the lives of people that in his lifetime he had made various images, amulets, and talismans to such effects and purposes.
A Brief History of LuangPhorSomjit
AjahnSomjit was born in Ayuthaya and has since childhood took a strong interest in Buddhist studies, taking special interest in spirituality. He has a benevolent character and loved helping people, especially those poor and sick. From young, he showed great respect for monk observing the Sivali precept and would make offerings to these monk and listen to their Dharma. Therefore, at the age of twenty-three, he finally entered monkhood at WatChaojit and assumed the name of PhraKantidjitto.
After building a good foundation in Buddhism, PhraKhantidjitto left WatChaojit for WatNak-tang Nai and came under the mentorship of the well known guru master LuangPoo Chung. His intelligence and kind character won the approval and trust of LuangPoo Chung who eventually officially accepted him as his disciple. LuangPoo Chung imparted his knowledge and skills unreservedly to PhraKhantidjitto who mastered and practiced well. LuangPoo Chung was very pleased with the progress of his disciple and saw in him great potential of bringing the spiritual studies and skills of Thai Buddhism to a new height. One night, he summoned PhraKhantidjitto to his kutip and instructed his disciple to leave the temple for the jungle in the north.
PhraKhantidjitto obeyed and carried out his mentor's instruction without hesitation and headed for the jungle. Initially, he felt uneasy and was extremely weary of animals and reptiles in the wild. However, whenever he felt the chill gnawing his heart, he would begin chanting as well as meditation. His intelligence and wisdom grew by the day and within a short period he felt at peace, realizing fear is but an illusion and he was therefore able to merge himself with nature. He headed deeper into the jungle until he met the spiritual guru master LuangPooWai who had then spent sixty years in the jungle. PhraKhantidjitto spent six years learning from LuangPooWai in the jungle. By the time he left LuangPooWai, PhraKhantidjitto was not only a great master in spiritual powers but he also had his heavenly eyes opened whereby he was able to see the past, present, and the future.
PhraKhantidjitto was only thirty-two years old when he left the jungle. He headed for Krungtheap by bare feet, observing the Sivali precepts. Along his way, he visited numerous temples and exchanged his learning with many well known abbots before he finally settled down in WatRahkang in Bangkhunpom district. He became known as AjahnSomjit as he taught in the temple. After two years, he voluntarily moved to WatNoiNanghong which was then only a small wooden temple at Bangyikang and helped built it into a huge and prominent temple as it is today.
In the course of helping to build WatNoiNanghong, AjahnSomjit began performing rituals and conducting ceremonies for believers and at the same time he had also make various holy images and amulets that help believers in their charisma, fortune, career, and family. Amongst his more prominent works are: Petcherukhan, Ying-tong, Bpatit, Somdejleknampit, Somdejner-wan, Somdej Sam-heng, SomdejHeng-talot, Khunpanleknampit, Khunpanpim-lek, Kumanthong, Sekti-Sivali-Nana-thong, Pidta, and many more.
Master Tan was officially ordained in Wat Noi Nanghong by ChaoKhun Pratheap of Wat Pathom Chedi and was accepted as a formal disciple by Luang Phor Somjit. Master Tan learned and practiced under His Venerable guidance for many years and remains, hitherto, affiliated to the various temples in the linage. Therefore, we are committed to our mission, values and culture and incremental thereof, we make available to you only the genuine ones originating from the respective temples. Should anything in our site interests you or should you have any query, please feel free to contact us through email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit us at 597 Geylang Road (between Lorong 29/31). It is our pleasure to be of your service.
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