Ajahn Jumnien Tricolor Good Luck Thai Waterproof Amulet
Wat Tham Seua, Krabi
Every couple of years we're lucky enough to see some waterproof Ajahn Jumnien amulets at the Wat Tham Seua Temple in Krabi, Thailand. When we do, we buy as many as they have displayed because they sell quickly. People prefer to wear them daily, and the waterproof form-factor allows you to do this without fear that your amulet will discolor, as happens with the gold plated amulets after time. It's a natural thing sure, but few like their gold turning green, so they buy either the waterproof or the stainless steel cases which last much longer aesthetically.
The front of this tricolor Buddhist amulet features Thailand's good luck monk, Ajahn Jumnien Seelasettho, the abbot of Wat Tham Seua (Tiger Cave Temple) in Krabi Noi, outside Krabi Town, in Southern Thailand. He is in the center of a Dharma wheel with eight spokes, as is typical.
The reverse side shows Ajahn Jumnien's trademark symbol surrounded by four spires. Around this are the animals of the Chinese zodiac system in gold. The plastic case is strong and should last a very long time. When it eventually fails it is fairly easy to get a new one.
This is a general good luck and protection, health, amulet that is very popular. We have a couple of styles including the tricolor and another just like it but with gold and silver only (bicolor). Please specify which you would like.
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