Talismans and amulets can be used as protection against any evil or misfortune, although they are not necessarily decisive or give immediate positive results.
Some cultures believe that evil spirits, demons, and even black magic spells cause bad luck and misfortune, while others are more skeptical.
It's impossible to completely prove or disprove the protective powers of an amulet, but many people choose to wear them anyway for peace of mind and the feeling that someone up there is watching over them.
Amulets are talismans that were worn or kept for centuries by tribal peoples before the introduction of Buddhism.
They were created with symbols that existed before the Buddha to counter bad events and illnesses, black magic and misfortunes such as accidents or assaults.
As can be seen in the literature that has always been mentioned, especially the amulet, the warriors used it when they went to war. as a tool to keep the spirit brave and not be afraid of the enemy.
It is believed that the amulet was created with great superstition, by a monk whose magic was recognized.
Amulet pendants are small wearable items used for protection or to ward off negative energies.
Some represent the Buddha and his disciples, others monks who have reached the highest rank in Buddhism, such as Luang Por Ngoen.
We especially revere these people because they are long gone, but their followers created amulets of them so that we can revere them and remember their teachings.
Pendant amulets are symbols of Buddhist holy men and should therefore be treated with respect. They should not be placed on the floor, for example, because you could walk on them.
It's like when we put the portrait of a loved one on a shelf, out of reach, because we want to keep it safe.
It is not because we believe that amulets can work miracles, but because they remind us of something very important in our life.
There are not many customs associated with amulets. If you have time, you can pray to the holy men represented by the amulets. It can be a long or short prayer.
You can also just wait for them or think about those holy men in your heart. That's worship enough.
Monks and amulets are representatives of religion.
Since they give us a sense of peace, we feel it is our duty to follow their advice and refrain from doing bad things.
Pendant amulets are worn by many people in different cultures as a way of reminding them to think about religious teachings.
They make believers think: Am I doing good things? Am I going to bad places? Whenever the amulet touches our chest while walking, it reminds us to think about these things.
We can't all be good all the time, that's why some of us need amulets to remind us to be good, but some of us don't.
Some people misunderstand amulets; they think it's miraculous stuff, it's not. They mentally condition us on the right path to a better life.
As a reminder, please note that wearing our amulets does not exempt you from seeking medical treatment in the event of symptoms.
Use of our amulets should not imply abandonment or modification of current official medical treatment, even if you notice improvement during and after wearing or having the amulet around your neck.
If you are in any doubt, please consult your doctor.