Wednesday, 29 October 2008

Luang Phor Yid Wat Nong Jok

Luang Phor Yid of Wat Nong Jok , Prachuap Kiree Kan Province was born on 10th June 1924 and passed away on 31st July 1995 at the age of 71 year old. From the age of six he stayed and regularly served his uncle Luang Phor Hual, who was a monk at Wat Na Prom.

Luang Phor Yid became novice at the 9 years old under arrangement of his uncle. Also, Luang Phor Yid first started studying knowledge of Dharma and letter from Yahn Script with Luang Phor Hual (his uncle). At the same time he had learned Sammahdti from Kroo Hree Man Mek. Luang Phor Yid accompaned his uncle when Luang Phor Hual he went Tudung for 4 years. Until, the age of 14, he leaved the Buddhist Monkhood to his family. He help parent to do farming. At the age 17-19 year old, every day many friends came to meet Luang Phor Yid.

They really need him to write spiritual tattoos. He has been started famous since then. At the age of 20 year old, he was first ordained a monk at Wat Yarng. After that, he went to Luang Phor Sook of Wat Tone Luang for building up knowledge of Visha and Buddhism way. Until finished, He went or Tudong in the deep jungle and cemetery alone to gain knowledge, to build up good/karma and to know the teaching of Buddha by many years. After that he returned to Wat Na Prom again. In 1944, he leaved the Buddhist Monkshood and returned to his family again. He had to look after his parent.

Also, he was a famous Arjarn of spiritual tattoos. In 1975, he was ordained as monk for a second time. Luang Phor Piem from Wat Gau Luk was the officiator at his second ordination. And then, he went to Wat Tung Noi, Prachuap Kiree Kan province. At the same time, two disciples gave the land (21 Rai) to Luang Phor Yid for building the Wat Nong Jok. He is well-known and popular for his knowledge in both Dharma and Visha (supernatural arts). He takes a shower once a year only but Luang Phor Yid does not have a body odor.

Luang Phor Yid is one of the famous guru monks who have been created famous Palad-Khik and Buddha amulets.