Regular Programme

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Buddhist Center Brussels 

 

Our Public Meditation evenings are Monday and Thursday

Newcomers: Introductory Lecture and Meditation Mondays at 7:30pm in English, unless cancelled here:

ATTENTION: NO introduction lecture on Mon 28 October!
 (just public meditation at 8:30pm)




 

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Buddhist Center Ghent

Public Meditation evening in Ghent on

Tuesday 8:30pm




 
 
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Diamond Way Buddhist Center Brussels
How do I get there?

 

Boulevard Louis Schmidt 66 
1040 Etterbeek

1st floor >>  Door Bell: "Diamond Way Buddhism" or "VanMalderen"

E-MAIL:

brussels@diamondway-center.org

Diamond Way Buddhist Center Ghent
How do I get there?

Louis De Smetstraat 50
9050 Gentbrugge

Telephone:
+32 9 223 67 92

Mobile Phone:
+32 495 744 212
+32 487 157 456

Gent@diamondway-center.org

Diamond Way Buddhism Belgium

Diamond Way Buddhism Belgium belongs to a network of lay meditation centres within the Karma Kagyu lineage of Tibetan Buddhism, founded by Lama Ole Nydahl and under the spiritual authority of H.H. 17th Karmapa Trinley Thaye Dorje.

Our Buddhist centers and groups are places where people can learn to meditate and receive authentic Buddhist teachings in a friendly, modern context.

Upcoming Events in Belgium

Reka Mathe in Brussels

11-13 October 2019

Teachings and Meditation with Reka Mathe

 

Friday 11 October

20:00: Lecture: 16th Karmapa meditation 
 
Saturday 12 October
15:00: Lecture: The meaning of the sangha 
20:00: Lecture: How to deal with disturbing emotions
 
Sunday 13 October
12:00: Lecture: Bodhicitta - Enlightened attitude
 
Cost: EUR 7/lecture or EUR 25/all lectures

 

About Réka:
Réka was born in Budapest, Hungary, but grew up in Germany. She met Lama Ole in 2001 and took refuge at the inauguration of the new Budapest Centre.
Réka has been living in the Budapest Centre since 2003 and has been a traveling teacher since 2009.
Réka previously worked as a marketing and sales director, but since 2013 she has been working and traveling as a translator and interpreter. She has two grown up daughters.