Pra Lersi Thai Hermits

Pra Lersi* The Ruesi – Ruesi-Ism in Thailand – a Dedicated Way of Higher Spiritual Practice, accessible to Laypersons who are focused upon Meritorious Spiritual Goals, and the acquirement of Supernatural Abilities in order to assist Living Beings in reducing suffering.

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All about the Lersi Hermit Sages and the Thai Way of Practice – Meditation, Psychic Powers, Lersi Tat Ton, Yogic Practices, Thai Amulets and their Makers, Sak Yant Temple Tattoos, Historical Information on the Lersi and their Vedic Ancestors, the Rishi. There are Hundreds of Ruesi Legends, both Vedic and Thai Buddhist, and a Massive Pantheon of Ruesi Gods, Angelic Entities, and even Worldly Lersi, who practice in their Samnak, Asrom (Ashrams) and in the Caves and Forests of Thailand, Laos, Cambodia Burma, and with various hill tribes of South East Asia

Note;The words ‘Ruesi’ and ‘Lersi’ are Synomimous with each other

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Sacred Herb Paya Wan Chang Pasom Khloeng

Paya Wan Chang Pasom Khloeng. This Immensely rare, and sacred plant, whose herb, root and flower is an essential part of the magical repository of ingredients used in formulas for most of the more highly powered Maha Sanaeh type amulets and Nam Man Prai oils.

This herb is am essential part of the Herbalism of the Lersi Hermit Gods and their Human level Sages, be it for amulets, magic potions, or healing medicinal treatments.

This very powerful sacred herb is extremely rare to encounter anywhere, and its flower is potentially unheard of, which also are extremely difficult to grow successfully with blooming flowers.

 

Narrative by Ajarn Spencer 

These are prior episodes, documenting the first humble and experimental ‘learn as you work, beginnings of the cultivation of sacred plants, in preparation for the installation of a living Museum of Sacred Herbs, for the Buddha Magic Project & Sak Yant Thai Temple Tattoos Museum.

Dork Paya Wan Chang Pasom Khloeng

Dork Paya Wan Chang Pasom Khloeng

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