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Feng shui schools number in the hundreds. A quick search online will bring up pages and pages of schools that teach feng shui. It’s important to understand that “feng shui school” also refers to a stream or set of techniques or methods used in feng shui, and shouldn’t be confused with a real brick and morter “school” that teaches feng shui. There are some authentic masters of feng shui who impart their knowledge only to selected students, or to special people such as relatives.

Schools of feng shui are classified into three categories:
Traditional Feng Shui Schools
Black Sect Tantric Buddhism School of Feng Shui
Intuitive or Modern Feng Shui Schools

Traditional or classical feng shui schools include the Form, or Landscape Feng Shui School and the Compass Feng Shui School. Form feng shui school examines shapes and symbolism in the environment without referring to the compass directions. Compass feng shui school utilizes the feng shui compass, the bagua, lo shu square and feng shui calculations.

Black Hat Sect Tantric Buddhist Feng Shui (BTB) was developed in the United States in the 1990s by the Grandmaster Thomas Lin Yun. BTB School of Feng Shui is a combination of Tibetan Buddhism, Taoism and Classical Feng Shui.

Intuitive/Modern Feng Shui is a western adaptation of some levels of traditional feng shui. Instead of purely Chinese symbols, practices that are more useful to the western lifestyle are used. This category includes such schools as the Western School of Feng Shui, the Pyramid School, and others.

Very often, if you hire a feng shui consultant, they will apply more than one approach. Much of what the public reads about feng shui comes from one particular syle or a combination of similar styles.


 


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