Jampa started his working career as a
science teacher and in 1979 moved into the
information technology industry. He spent
15 years in computer education and writing
before undertaking a complete change of
lifestyle when he became a Buddhist monk
in the Tibetan tradition in 1994.
In 1996 Jampa 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, Jampa
made a study of their system of Feng Shui
and after personal experimentation he
started to give advice and consultations.
Over the last 18 years he has acted as
consultant to many businesses,
institutions and individuals in such
diverse places as Australia, Singapore,
Indonesia, India, Nepal, South Africa,
Dubai, France, Spain, Austria, Denmark,
Latvia, Monaco and Italy. He has also
given many successful courses in Italy,
France, Germany, Spain, Singapore, Tahiti,
Latvia, the U.S.A, the U.K. New Zealand
Jampa gave a talk about Feng Shui at
Boston's Harvard University in 2010.