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Phra Lersi

The religion of the Thai population is by and large Buddhist, and decidedly of the Southern Hnaynic School of Theravda, or Doctrine of the Elders. But it would properly be referred to as Sinhalese Buddhism as Sri Lanka is the place where it first took form. It may also be described Pli Buddhism for its strict adherence to the Pli Language literature compiled by the ancient Sinhalese.

But for a period extending about nine hundred years before the thirteenth-century arrival of Sinhalese Buddhism, a multitude of religious approaches coexisted in Thailand. These ranged from the Brahmanistic styles of ascetic endeavours to the sundry systems of Shiva-Shakti worship, from the Vaishnava and Krishna bhakti schools to the Pure Land cults of the Mahyna.

A great multiplicity of religious forms flourished in the Thai region before the 14th century. There once existed an awe-inspiring variety of independent religious figures such as shamans, sdhus, yogins and the rish, that dwelt beyond the pale of any specific community or social convention. These indigenous wisdom-knowers roamed about as free as the breeze and practiced now-vanished forms of asceticism. Such holy men were often skilled healers, as well, and commanded high respect from prominent sectarian leaders.

In the Thai language a hermit is called a reusee, (lersi) and in Khmer a rosei from Sanskrit rish, that is, a forest dwelling visionary. As a matter of fact, in the oldest surviving Buddhist scriptures, the Buddha himself is referred to as the "Rish" in the Pali form Isi.

In general Lersi are known as 'Ascetics' and are characterised by refraining from worldly pleasures. Those who practice this lifestyle hope to achieve greater spirituality. Essentially they believe that the action of purifying the body helps to purify the soul, and thus obtain a greater connection with the divine.

Originating in India before the time of Buddha most are hermits and live, study and meditate in caves or forests. In Thailand one of the most famous ascetics is Lersi Tarfai, who lives in the region of Nakhon Ratchasima.

Here existed an opulent fabric of religious diversity that had formerly been woven between the ancient ruling houses of Lopburi, Nakhon Ratchasima, Srivijaya, Pan Pan, Grahi, Sathing Phra, Phatthalung, Pattani, Nakhon Sri Thammarat and others. Stretching across a near one thousand-year period beginning as early as the 5th century CE, a broad range of Brhmanical and Buddhist schools flourished in the independent kingdoms and principalities that once comprised the Central Plains of Thailand and the southern Isthmus of Kra.

Numerous forms of Indian religions had thrived there. Brhmanic, Mahynic, Tantraynic, Vajrayanic and the Pure Land Amitabha and Avalokitesvara sects flourished side by side throughout the overlapping states.

Bhikkhu and Rish (Thai Reusi or Lersi)

Thai temple mural
Before the thirteenth-century arrival of Sinhalese Buddhism, a great variety of religious traditions flourished in Thailand.

Independent figures such as shamans, sdhus, yogins and rishs (Thai, reusi) roamed about as free as the breeze and practiced now-vanished forms of ascetic technology.

These holy men were often skilled healers too, and commanded high respect from sectarian leaders.

They dwelt in a spirit of mutual appreciation with no one heritage having authority over another. The fifth-century Hindu kingdom of Sathing Phra (present day Songkhla) is an interesting little-known case in point. This extremely ancient city is one of the earliest and most fascinating kingdoms on record. It was a purely Hindu society and an important port from the 5th to the 8th centuries. A Hnayna Buddhist school prospered there in the 7th and 8th centuries. During the late 9th to the early 11th centuries, Mahyna Buddhism from Nalanda and Java took root and flowered.

Khmer-influenced sculptures of Avalokiteshvara and Maitreya dating from the 7th to 9th century were found further in Lopburi (an old Mon capital) and in villages around Nakhon Ratchasima and Buriram in the region known today as northeastern Thailand.

Essentially Phra Lersi are Indian hermits who are credited as founders and patron saints of various professions such as doctors, religious tattooists, white magic practitioners, herbalists and many others. There are a total of 108 scared hermits that are recognised by name and many others who are not. More often than not the Lersi is generically represented as an old man wearing a conical head dress and tiger skin robes.

In Indian mythology, Phra Lersi received worldly knowledge from the Gods and taught this to mankind. Thus Phra Lersi are known as Masters of knowledge and are frequently worshipped by students and others in academic pursuits. As Phra Lersi are also credited to be founders of the Thai magical arts, they feature prominently on the alters of magical practitioners in Thailand and are invoked in rituals.

One of the famous black magic practitioners is Ajahn Noo Kamphai, famous for his tattoo of a Tiger on the back of Angelina Jolie. His temple is filled with hundreds of statues and images of the Thai reussi which is one of his signature tattoos. He is particularly well known for a reusi with a tigers face called 'Phor Gare, Na Sua.

By carrying the image of Phra Lersi it is believed that you will be protected from black magic and evil spirits.

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From what i understand there are 108 hermit with each of them having different specialty.
Izzit true?
Maybe someone can list out those Lersi and their specialty?

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The religion of the Thai population is by and large Buddhist, and decidedly of the Southern Hnaynic School of Theravda, or Doctrine of the Elders. But it would properly be referred to as Sinhalese Buddhism as Sri Lanka is the place where it first took form. It may also be described Pli Buddhism for its strict adherence to the Pli Language literature compiled by the ancient Sinhalese.

But for a period extending about nine hundred years before the thirteenth-century arrival of Sinhalese Buddhism, a multitude of religious approaches coexisted in Thailand. These ranged from the Brahmanistic styles of ascetic endeavours to the sundry systems of Shiva-Shakti worship, from the Vaishnava and Krishna bhakti schools to the Pure Land cults of the Mahyna.

A great multiplicity of religious forms flourished in the Thai region before the 14th century. There once existed an awe-inspiring variety of independent religious figures such as shamans, sdhus, yogins and the rish, that dwelt beyond the pale of any specific community or social convention. These indigenous wisdom-knowers roamed about as free as the breeze and practiced now-vanished forms of asceticism. Such holy men were often skilled healers, as well, and commanded high respect from prominent sectarian leaders.

In the Thai language a hermit is called a reusee, (lersi) and in Khmer a rosei from Sanskrit rish, that is, a forest dwelling visionary. As a matter of fact, in the oldest surviving Buddhist scriptures, the Buddha himself is referred to as the "Rish" in the Pali form Isi.

In general Lersi are known as 'Ascetics' and are characterised by refraining from worldly pleasures. Those who practice this lifestyle hope to achieve greater spirituality. Essentially they believe that the action of purifying the body helps to purify the soul, and thus obtain a greater connection with the divine. Its the same what monks do - just that Lersi try to do it more extreem.
The connection body to soul is not exactly right, its yet again the avoiding of dependence of worldly - material things to the extrem


Originating in India before the time of Buddha most are hermits and live, study and meditate in caves or forests. In Thailand one of the most famous ascetics is Lersi Tarfai, who lives who lived in the region of Nakhon Ratchasima.

He left this world about 3 years ago - and was the last Lersi with approbiate initiation.
The Wat is basically here around the corner and sometimes he still invades visitors who get controlled by him.
Think there is even a clip in youtube ...

There is still another one around Kanchanaburi which they say is more then 300 years old.
Breast onsided like a women - other side like a man.
Skin kind of ... well my english is just not good enough....
To make pictures is not allowed.




Here existed an opulent fabric of religious diversity that had formerly been woven between the ancient ruling houses of Lopburi, Nakhon Ratchasima, Srivijaya, Pan Pan, Grahi, Sathing Phra, Phatthalung, Pattani, Nakhon Sri Thammarat and others. Stretching across a near one thousand-year period beginning as early as the 5th century CE, a broad range of Brhmanical and Buddhist schools flourished in the independent kingdoms and principalities that once comprised the Central Plains of Thailand and the southern Isthmus of Kra.

Numerous forms of Indian religions had thrived there. Brhmanic, Mahynic, Tantraynic, Vajrayanic and the Pure Land Amitabha and Avalokitesvara sects flourished side by side throughout the overlapping states.

Bhikkhu and Rish (Thai Reusi or Lersi)

Thai temple mural
Before the thirteenth-century arrival of Sinhalese Buddhism, a great variety of religious traditions flourished in Thailand.

Independent figures such as shamans, sdhus, yogins and rishs (Thai, reusi) roamed about as free as the breeze and practiced now-vanished forms of ascetic technology.

These holy men were often skilled healers too, and commanded high respect from sectarian leaders.

They dwelt in a spirit of mutual appreciation with no one heritage having authority over another. The fifth-century Hindu kingdom of Sathing Phra (present day Songkhla) is an interesting little-known case in point. This extremely ancient city is one of the earliest and most fascinating kingdoms on record. It was a purely Hindu society and an important port from the 5th to the 8th centuries. A Hnayna Buddhist school prospered there in the 7th and 8th centuries. During the late 9th to the early 11th centuries, Mahyna Buddhism from Nalanda and Java took root and flowered.

Khmer-influenced sculptures of Avalokiteshvara and Maitreya dating from the 7th to 9th century were found further in Lopburi (an old Mon capital) and in villages around Nakhon Ratchasima and Buriram in the region known today as northeastern Thailand.

Essentially Phra Lersi are Indian hermits who are credited as founders and patron saints of various professions such as doctors, religious tattooists, white magic practitioners, herbalists and many others. There are a total of 108 scared hermits that are recognised by name and many others who are not. More often than not the Lersi is generically represented as an old man wearing a conical head dress and tiger skin robes.

In Indian mythology, Phra Lersi received worldly knowledge from the Gods and taught this to mankind. Thus Phra Lersi are known as Masters of knowledge and are frequently worshipped by students and others in academic pursuits. As Phra Lersi are also credited to be founders of the Thai magical arts, they feature prominently on the alters of magical practitioners in Thailand and are invoked in rituals.

One of the famous black magic practitioners is Ajahn Noo Kamphai, famous for his tattoo of a Tiger on the back of Angelina Jolie. His temple is filled with hundreds of statues and images of the Thai reussi which is one of his signature tattoos. He is particularly well known for a reusi with a tigers face called 'Phor Gare, Na Sua.

By carrying the image of Phra Lersi it is believed that you will be protected from black magic and evil spirits.

Thats quite a task you hope for -

Lersi Ta FAi
Lersi Naarout
Lersi Chochook
Lersi Khae
Lersi Saming Prai
Lersi Hua Sia (Tigerhead)
Lersi Ngor
Lersi Khun Chang
Lersi Sai Sian
............ somebody here to help ..... go and google ...

Unfortunately my time grows short.
We have (yet again) political trouble in Thailand - sad, sad.

faj



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Re: Phra Lersi

Lersi Na Hua (cow head)
Lersi Nah Ling (monkey head)

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Here is some pic of Lersi

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Originally Posted by Jinxmy View Post
Lersi Na Hua (cow head)
Lersi Na Whua or Lersi Hua Whua
Lersi Nah Ling (monkey head)(thats correct)
You are quite busy here
Time for meditation ?

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You are quite busy here
Time for meditation ?

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nite time .... near my house here got alot workshop.. so quite noisy morning time...
cant concerntrate morning....hehehehe

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u guys forgot
lersi por gek
lersi tha deng

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Thats quite a task you hope for -

Lersi Ta FAi
Lersi Naarout
Lersi Chochook
Lersi Khae
Lersi Saming Prai
Lersi Hua Sia (Tigerhead)
Lersi Ngor
Lersi Khun Chang
Lersi Sai Sian
............ somebody here to help ..... go and google ...

Unfortunately my time grows short.
We have (yet again) political trouble in Thailand - sad, sad.

faj



....

Khun Chang and ChooChok also lersi ar?

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i wanna ask, do any temples sell those buddha pendants that can bring me 4d winnings? or wealth or something like that?

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Vasutep Lersi,
Sukathanda Lersi,
Lersi na Rod ...

Guess it makes no sense to count them all as there are many many stories and many many Lersi.

If you worship you have to know which kind you like - thats all.

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i wanna ask, do any temples sell those buddha pendants that can bring me 4d winnings? or wealth or something like that?
If it needs to be take a Phu Lersi Chochook - you can beg from him everything you like without risking loosing your soul.......
unless you become like him

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If it needs to be take a Phu Lersi Chochook - you can beg from him everything you like without risking loosing your soul.......
unless you become like him

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So is there anything like this in Singapore?

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I heard if u have many KMT at home ... its better to have a lersi to look after them.
Izzit true?
So which luessi i should have in order to keep an eye on them?
Some even say that luessi can also teach KMT some dhamma and teach KMT magical arts.
Is that true also?

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i wanna ask, do any temples sell those buddha pendants that can bring me 4d winnings? or wealth or something like that?
if there is than wont there be miliions of millionaire around?

amulets dun work this way...

how much an amulet works depends on your karma and timing as well besides whose hand it came out from

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wow this is interesting

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wow this is interesting
I dun see any interesting here...LOL

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if there is than wont there be miliions of millionaire around?

amulets dun work this way...

how much an amulet works depends on your karma and timing as well besides whose hand it came out from
Huh likedat one huh, anyway i thought i can have a small fortune likedat leh

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why dun u go to temple and ask the monk to bless u.
i think thts better.

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