These are authentic Buddhist amulets from a Buddhist temple here in Thailand. We sell nothing but authentic amulets directly from the temple. We never deviate from that. All of the amulets found here have been been blessed by Budhdist monks chanting at the temple, some of them having been chanted hundreds of times – especially those of white jade and the petrified wood. The amulets of white jade comes from the same stone used to carve a life-size white jade Buddha image that is featured at the Wat Larn Kuat Temple in Thailand.
We have a small Thai amulet shop in Thailand that focuses on selling only authentic Buddhist amulets bought directly from the temples – and then offered to you. There is no middle man, no chance for scams. We have been selling amulets for over 4 years, and have had over 1,000 happy customers from all over the world.
We have a very limited quantity of these special white jade Buddha amulets in the Somdej style to offer both here and at AllBuddhas.com. The price is the same at both places. If you want to buy a couple of them, we will discount for you – please write us at: firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
A good number of our amulets come from a temple in Thailand’s northeast Sisaket province. The temple is quite remote and we have never seen any other store selling these white jade Buddhas. We assume we are the only ones that can offer them to you – exclusively, because we have bought all of the amulets they have at the temple (in this style). There are cheap fakes that are white (dyed) glass and white marble that are circulating Thailand, but you cannot mistake these unfinished white jade amulets for those lower quality pieces.
We will send these amulets worldwide with an international registered tracking number. Shipping is free. We will also include the free stainless steel case, a traditional Thai necklace (black cord – adjustable), and some blessed Buddhist bracelets from the temple for you to share with your family or other Buddhist friends.
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Thank you – and enjoy browsing our somewhat extensive and completely authentic and exclusive collection of Buddha amulets from Thailand. We don’t sell any amulets that have been created only by machines. All of our amulets at this site are hand tooled by monks and other artisans at and for the Buddhist temples we buy them from. The internet – especially EBay, is full of junk Thai amulets that are more worthless than the dirt under your feet. If you don’t care about the authenticity of the amulets you are buying – you should visit there. You can find replicas of any decent Buddha amulet ever made – for pennies on the dollar. They are made by jewelers and scammers that have no Buddhist background and are surely building up a lot of bad karma for themselves.
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The Pali word metta has various meanings. For us it is loving-kindness, friendliness, goodwill, benevolence, fellowship, inoffensiveness and non-violence. The Pali commentators define metta as the strong wish for the welfare and happiness of others (parahita-parasukha-kamana).