In 1996 Ven. Jampa Ludrup was an attendant to Ven. Lama Zopa Rinpoche during his tour of Nepal, India, Singapore, and Malaysia. At this time Lama Zopa made his first contact with feng shui Grand Master Yap Cheng Hai and world-renowned expert and prolific author Lillian Too. With Lama Zopa’s encouragement, Ven. Jampa made a study of their system of feng shui and after personal experiment he started to give advice and consultations. From 1998 he has been resident at Sera Je Monastic University in South India where he has studied Buddhism as well as serving as English language studies tutor to Ven. Lama Osel Rinpoche from 1998 to 2003. Since 2003 he has been much in demand, and has given feng shui courses and consultancy to many businesses, institutions, and individuals all across the globe. In 2012 he made his tenth world tour. You may contact him at www.jlgeomancy.com.
Books, Courses & Podcasts
Feng Shui: Seeing Is Believing
In this pithy and practical handbook, Ven. Jampa Ludrup lays out the fundamentals of feng shui without any of the opaque mysticism that sometimes clouds the practice. “The aim of this book,” he writes, “is to help you have more happiness in your life.” Through his easy-to-understand instructions, diagrams, and photos, Ludrup illustrates how simple alterations to the layout of your home can vastly improve specific areas of your life-romance, prosperity, health, or whatever is troubling you. With nothing more than this book and a good compass, you can rearrange your house, your fortune, and your life.
The book comes with a handy pocket-sized chart that you can carry with you to job interviews or first dates—any important events—so that you can be confident that you will be able to achieve the best possible outcome.
“As a trained scientist and science teacher, I was very skeptical from the beginning. However, as a Buddhist and someone with what I like to think is an open mind, I decided to purchase this book and read it. It is clear, concise, and a must have for any newcomer to feng shui. I have tried implementing a few of these changes in my own home and I must admit, as Jampa has put it, life isn’t as much of a roller coaster. I got married, I enjoy my job, and we are financially sound. But as Jampa says, You really must sew the seeds of good deeds with good intentions. Otherwise, none of it will work! Thanks for writing this great book.”