The Garmisch-Partenkirchen Diamond Way Buddhist Centre is one of over 600 Diamond Way Buddhist centres of the Karma Kagyu lineage worldwide. It was started in 1994 with the wish of Lama Ole and Hannah Nydahl according to the wishes… more
The Gdansk Diamond Way Buddhist Center is one of the centers founded and led by Lama Ole Nydahl. more
The Geneva Centre for the Study of Tibetan Buddhism is a branch of Karma Minyur Ling (Montchardon), placed under the spiritual authority of His Holiness Thaye Dorje, the 17th Gyalwa Karmapa, and Lama Teunsang. It was founded in 2015.… more
Our meditation group provides straight-forward access to meditations and explanations on Diamond Way Buddhist practices, and is aimed at people who are firmly rooted in everyday life with families, friends and careers.
The day, time and place where we meditate… more
Our meditation group was founded in 2014 with the blessing of Jigme Rinpoche.
We are temporarily closed due to renovation. more
Shortly after the establishment of the Gera Buddhist group in 2006, we were able to move into newly renovated and newly furnished rooms, which are very centrally located only 300 meters from the main train station. Our meditation room… more
The Diamond Way Buddhist Centre in Gliwice is one of dozens of centres in Poland and one of almost 700 centres worldwide established by Lama Ole Nydahl, a Western student of Thaye Dorje, His Holiness the 17th Gyalwa Karmapa.
The Gold Coast Diamond Way Buddhist Centre is overseen by Lama Ole Nydahl and was established in 1990. Weekly meditation sessions are held every Wednesday evening @ 7.30 pm. more
The Görlitz Diamond Way Buddhist Group was founded in 2007, at the same time as the Zgorzelec Diamond Way Buddhist Group, since both Zgorzelec & Görlitz are one city divided by the Polish-German border.
For the first 7 years we… more
The Gorzów Diamond Way Buddhist Center was founded in 1986. The sangha meditates together three times a week. We organize meditations courses and public lectures. more
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