The most commonly practiced form of Feng Shui in the United States

Black Sect Tantric Buddhism ("BTB") Feng Shui was founded by H. H. Grandmaster Thomas Lin-Yun and is now led by his successor Khadro Crystal Chu Rinpoche.  With Khadro Crystal Chu Rinpoche at its helm, BTB Fengshui enters its fifth stage of evolution.  The tradition's roots are from the ancient Tibetan Bon religion with which it still maintains close ties.  Since then it has evolved throughout the years incorporating Buddhism and various Chinese philosophies.  As H.H. Grandmaster Thomas Lin Yun brought the BTB Feng Shui tradition to the United States it has now incorporated modern science and disciplines.  The BTB Feng Shui school approach is the most commonly used form of Feng Shui in the United States.

The primary differences between traditional compass-based schools and BTB are the use of directions and the emphasis on transcendental vs. physical adjustments.  Compass schools emphasizes what is visible while BTB  emphasizes the invisible [similar to reading acupuncture pulses].  Compass schools use absolute directions while BTB uses relative directions and the mouth of chi to position the Bagua.  The absence of absolutes in the BTB School dictates that practitioner develop their intuition to assess the flow of chi.  As such, personal development through mediation and yoga are an integral part of becoming a successful Feng Shui practitioner.  

Earth and her people change, grow and evolve as does Feng Shui.  H. H. Grandmaster Lin-Yun encouraged his followers to be constant students and to use all available information to study and analyze the Feng Shui of a home, workplace or any environment.  In keeping with Grandmaster Lin Yun's teachings to incorporate all information, the sciences and philosophies that influence and mold BTB Feng Shui principles are wide and varied.  These are Tibetan Bon religion, geomancy, astrology, numerology, form school, Taoism, Yin-Yang philosophy, esoteric Buddhism, Eclecticism, Metaphysics, I-Ching, architecture, psychology, physiology, modern techniques of measuring electro-magnetic fields, holistic healing, divination, Chinese folklore, Confucianism, Five Element Theory, geology, geography and plain old common sense.

Since we believe that everything has Chi, everything is connected, and Chi moves about the space,  many factors make up the complete energy analysis of a business or home.  For example, for any given item in your bedroom, we consider vibration, touch, color, fragrance, universal symbols, personal meaning or symbols, placement of objects within the space and their condition and use.  BTB Feng Shui's modern and holistic approach allows practitioners to easily, subtly and effectively improve the Feng Shui of a place while keeping with your sense of style, design and comfort.

About Tibetan Bon


Bon is the oldest spiritual tradition of Tibet. The ancient roots of the Bon religion derive from a profound respect for nature and emphasize the healing of physical and environmental as well as spiritual afflictions.  As Indian Buddhism was being established in Tibet, many native Bon elements were incorporated into the incoming religion, resulting in a distinct religion known today as Tibetan Buddhism. In turn, Buddhist influences are abundantly evident in Bon religion as it currently exists. The two religions are distinct in many ways but share a strong and identical commitment to bringing an end to all suffering.  As 33rd Abbot of Menri Bon Monastery, H. H. Menri Trizin is spiritual head of the Tibetan Bon religion. H.H. Grandmaster Lin Yun was a disciple of the H.H. Menri Trizin.

Bon is the oldest spiritual tradition of Tibet. The ancient roots of the Bon religion derive from a profound respect for nature and emphasize the healing of physical and environmental as well as spiritual afflictions.  As Indian Buddhism was being established in Tibet, many native Bon elements were incorporated into the incoming religion, resulting in a distinct religion known today as Tibetan Buddhism. In turn, Buddhist influences are abundantly evident in Bon religion as it currently exists. The two religions are distinct in many ways but share a strong and identical commitment to bringing an end to all suffering.  As 33rd Abbot of Menri Bon Monastery, H. H. Menri Trizin is spiritual head of the Tibetan Bon religion. H.H. Grandmaster Lin Yun was a disciple of the H.H. Menri Trizin.

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