Buddhist Centers: Germany

Aachen Diamond Way Buddhist Center

The Aachen Diamond Way Buddhist Center was founded in autumn 1996 as a group of practitioners meeting in a private room. Since August 2004 we have our own dedicated meditation room. Right now we offer public meditations 5 days… more

Aschaffenburg Diamond Way Buddhist Center

We meditate in a central residential area in Aschaffenburg am Main, which is easy to reach via the city ring road. Our meditation room is on the 2nd floor of an apartment building. In addition to the joint meditation… more

Augsburg Diamond Way Buddhist Center

Augsburg is a 2,000 year old city located in the middle of south Germany. Under the spiritual guidance of His Holiness the 16th Gyalwa Karmapa, Lama Ole Nydahl founded the center here in 1982. For over 20 years, the… more

Bad Tölz Diamond Way Buddhist Center

In December 2004 we started meditating at Von Kettler-Ring. The next station was at Vichyplatz and today you can find us in a landmarked house in the pedestrian zone. Our meditation room, the shop and the library are located… more

Bad Wörishofen Diamond Way Buddhist Group

The group in Bad Wörishofen was founded by long-standing active members of the Augsburg center. It was founded in 2012 and inaugurated by Lama Ole Nydahl on 28th February 2013. The group is located in a private house in… more

Bayerwald Buddhist Group

We belong to the Buddhist Center of Regensburg and are a small group. Once a week we meditate together on the 16th Karmapa. more

Berlin Diamond Way Buddhist Center

His Holiness the 16th Karmapa visited Berlin in 1977 and gave a Black Crown Ceremony. Since then gradually a meditation group was built up. On behalf of Lama Ole Nydahl the group founded Karma Chö Ling e.V. in 1992.… more

Braunschweig Dhagpo Buddhist Center

The Buddhist Center Braunschweig is connected to the Dhagpo Mandala. It is an Association of European Buddhist Centers in the Tradition of the Karma Kagyü Lineage. The teachers typically instruct in German. The Lamas were trained by the Tibetan… more