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Yes indeed, there are some restrictions. * Do not wear you amulet during sexual activity. * You should not wear your amulet if you are inclined to visit establishments of ill repute. * Try to avoid improper and disrespectful positions such as under another persons feet, or below a skirt.
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Before wearing your amulet, you should pay respect to Lord Buddha and the monk that created the image.You should have a calm heart and focused mind. Hold the amulet between your palms in a praying gesture. Breathe in deeply and slowly Then chant the following Mantra three times:"Namo Tassa Phakhawato Arahato Samma Sambudh Tassa"In this verse we pay respect to the lord Buddha. We can also make a similar request in our native tongue. "I, a humble one, invite the Lord Buddha and Luang Phor..... [name(s)] to sit on my head to protect me, bring me good luck, a victory, and fulfilment of my wishes."Finally we may chant the following Mantra:"BudDhang PraSitThiMae DhamMang PraSitThiMae Sangkhang PraSitThiMae."In this verse we ask the Triple Gems, Lord Buddha, Dhamma and Sangkha to bless and fulfil our requests. Place the amulet on your neck.
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Absolutely, but you have must have total faith and trust in the Lord Buddha.
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When you wish to remove your amulet, you should once again give thanks and respect to the lord Buddha and the monk that created the image. Place the amulet in a position high up, if possible above your head.