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The art of Chanting in Daily life.

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            Chanting is a regular part in the daily life of a Buddhist. When in Thailand, you can hear chanting in the temples and on the streets when fellow Buddhists offer food to the monks in the morning. If you go to a Thai school, every morning the students will chant together in sync, as a regular part of their daily life. The purpose of Chanting is to worship and send a message of appreciation to Lord Buddha. This is believed to keep the chanter safe, protecting from outside harm and benefiting the life of the chapter in a positive way. 

           

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The best 5-stars hotels in Bangkok

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The Kingdom of Thailand in south-east Asia is a magnet for many travelers from all over the world wanting to sample its fascinating culture in a tropical climate. Its impressive temples, white, sandy beaches, exotic foods and those things of Bangkok are just a few reasons to visit.

 

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The best qualities to qualify when buying  Buddhist Amulets.

            When interested in buying Buddhist amulets there are three main qualities to look for, these qualities will set out a good security and safety for your behalf. The main goals of purchasing a Buddhist Amulet is not only to improve your life from the powers that the amulet possesses, but also to make sure that you are receiving an authentic amulet that in the future can be sold in good monetary terms. This is especially important if you are considering or are in the process of collecting Buddhist Amulets, where in the near future you need to find a way to make sure that they can be sold at a higher price that you paid or at least as much as what you paid for the amulet. Keep in mind, that trustable amulet shops will not hide anything from you, as they have nothing to hide, plus they will likely inform you that they offer one or more of the qualities in this article even before you ask if they offer it, this is a great sign of a trustable seller.

 

            In this amulet, we have gathered the three top qualities to find in an amulet that you are interested in purchasing, not only to make sure that they hold the power that they claim to hold, but to also act as a security and investment into your life. 

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 Srisaket Sor Rungvisai is a WBC super flyweight champion. He has won two times from 2013 - 2014 and 2017 - 2018. He is well known for his skills in the boxing world that is a result of a special gift that he holds, along with long and continuous practice that he has never given up on.

            He was born in 1986, and through his career there is a record of him competing in over 50 fights, of which he won over 45 of the fights. A champions way is a champions way. The Transnational Boxing Rankings Board or what we know as the TBRB recognizes him as the world's no.1 active super flyweight title. Recently, he has achieved his second championship in the WBC super flyweight champion title adding to his list of accomplishments. In this article, we are going to take a look at the boxing robe that he wore to compete for his championship in the latest WBC super flyweight battle along with some details on the amulets that he always brings along with him to all of his competitions and battles. Through the competition on the 25th of February according to Thai time, there took place with over 12 fights with his component Juan Francisco Estrada who is a professional Mexican boxer with the title of WBA champion under the super flyweight title.

 

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The connection of Muay Thai and Buddhist Amulets - Srisaket Sor Rungvisai

             Muay Thai and Buddhist amulets have been tied together since ancient times. This is because the art of Muay Thai within itself is tied to beliefs that we cannot see, such as the dance that is performed by the boxers every time before they engage in a fight that in Thai is called “Wai Kru”, which translates to praying respect to the teacher. This is done in order to pay respect and to show appreciation for the teacher and for what we cannot see, such as the powers that is helping the boxer from above. It is very common to see a boxer with a necklace around his neck with not one but many amulets hanging from the necklace from front to back, as many boxers will have a monk that they highly respect, amulets given to them by their families or those close to them, and amulets sought out by them for the belief of helping them to advance and develop through their life. The amulets are believed to hold strong powers that differ from each amulet, the magical aspect in the powers of the amulet is, that depending on what each person does for a living, the powers of the amulet adjust accordingly to the occupation and lifestyle of each person. Another reason why amulets are so popular amongst Thai boxers is the reputation that it has had through the words of those who study Muay Thai, and those who have been very successful, later becoming teachers to other younger Muay Thai students. These people tell the stories of their success and the amulets that they have held throughout their boxing career, making those who are studying the art or those who are interested decide to carry along with then their own collection of amulets. The result of this is the continuous cycle of tales to tell, as believe it or not, some swear by the power of the amulets that they hold and how it has efficiently helped them on the boxing stage, and in real life.
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