The center was founded in 2004 with the blessing of Lama Ole Nydahl. The main activity is the meditation on the 16th Karmapa. Lama Ole himself visited and blessed the center twice, once as a private visit and once… more
The Bergen Diamond Way Buddhist Center was founded in 2005. We meditate together twice a week and have lectures with Diamond Way teachers from time to time. more
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
The Bern Diamond Way Buddhist Center was the first Swiss center founded by Lama Ole Nydahl in 1982. It got the name "Karma Tschö Pel Ling" ("Place from where the Dharma spreads") and has been visited by many high… more
The Beroun Diamond Way Buddhist Center was founded in 2015. Since then we have organized sangha lectures once a year. Besides that we have common meditation each Thursday from 20.00 pm. Twice a year we have a sangha meeting. more
The Bialystok Diamond Way Buddhist Center was established in 2003. Currently it is located in the heart of the City. The main activities of the Sangha include regular meditation on the 16th Karmapa, the basic Ngöndro practice and the… more
The center was founded in 2003 as a Buddhist Group. Lama Ole Nydahl has visited the center twice.
Today, a dozen people come to the center every week. We are looking for a center in the heart of the beautiful… more
The Bielefeld Diamond Way Buddhist Center offers regular meditations on the 16th Karmapa. For more details please visit our homepage. more
The Bielsko-Biala Diamond Way Buddhist Center was founded in 1985. After changing location, the center is now in the residential area of the city in a very quiet and calm location.
The sangha meditates often together. Lama Ole Nydahl has… more
The Blagoveshchensk Diamond Way Buddhist Centre was founded in 1993 on behalf of Lama Ole Nydahl. more
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