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Feng Shui, Sacred Energy and Mantras - the OM in Your hOMe

By May 12, 2013

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I have been taking the 21 day mantra meditation journey with Deva Premal and Miten, two musicians whose work I much admire. (Their meditation journey offering is free and I believe it is still available for you to sign up, even though it started 3 weeks ago.)

Each day Deva and Miten shared a new mantra, explored its energy and meaning and, of course, we also experienced the sound of these healing mantras. I loved discovering new mantras, as well as re-discovering the ones I knew before; the incredibly beautiful, nectar-filled voice of Deva Premal and Miten's wise presence made it all a sacred, meaningful experience.

One of their recommendations is to choose a mantra - an ancient sound formula - that resonates with you the most and explore it for the next 21 days. I loved them all and was ready to dedicate 21 days to every mantra I listened to! Still, my goal was to focus on one mantra and I was waiting to find out which one it will be.

Today I know it is the White Tara mantra - so very beautiful! - that carries the energy I feel strongly connected to. I love this mantra chanted by Deva Premal with the Gyuto Monks of Tibet; it has a truly sacred, powerful energy to it.

This journey also made me think of writing more about the BTB school of feng shui, a widely misunderstood and stereotyped feng shui school that has so much to offer. BTB, or the Black Sect Tibetan Tantric Buddhist school of feng shui is actually the school that I started with many years ago.

What attracted me to BTB feng shui was the spiritual aspect of most feng shui cures - the more sophisticated, mystical, subtle application of colours, sounds, images and specific rituals. So, in a couple weeks we will start the exploration of most interesting BTB feng shui cures - from secret cures to sell a home to the mystical ones to bless a house.

I will explain the BTB feng shui cures in a way that does not conflict with the classical, or traditional feng shui schools, but rather complements them. If you have questions about BTB feng shui or are interested in the application of specific BTB cures, feel free to leave a comment here and I will address your concerns in the upcoming articles.

Till then, I hope you are enjoying a most wonderful Sunday!

- Read more about the BTB School of Feng Shui
- Read more about the Meaning of Buddha Mudras



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