Next Public Evening


Buddhist Center Brussels


Now our Public Meditation evenings are Monday and Thursday

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Introductory Lecture and Meditation each Monday at 7:30pm in English or French:

September 2017
18: English
25: French

October 2017
2: English
9: English
16: English
23: English
30: French

November 2017
6: English
13: English
20: English
27: French


Buddhist Center Ghent

Public Meditation evening in Ghent on
Thursday 8:30pm


Diamond Way Buddhist Center Brussels
How do I get there?

Rue Saint-Henri 73
1200 Brussels

MVIB station Montgomery follow
exit 'Brand Whitlock II'

+32 2 308 47 68

Mobile phone:
+32 477 35 81 33 (English)
+32 477 62 13 03 (French)


Diamond Way Buddhist Center Ghent
How do I get there?

Louis De Smetstraat 50
9050 Gentbrugge

+32 9 223 67 92

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

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

Maggie Lehnert-Kossowski in Brussels


"The Teacher-Student Relationship in Diamondway Buddhism"

Teachings and Meditations with Diamond Way Teacher Maggie Lehnert-Kossowski

Friday 6 October
8:00pm - Lecture

Saturday 7 October
3:00pm - Lecture
8:00pm - Lecture

Sunday 8 October
11:00am - Lecture

Maggie Lehnert Kossowski was born in Gdansk, Poland. Since her father was a diplomat, she grew up moving between South America, Africa and Europe. She studied English Literature at the Universities of Gdansk and Poznan.

In 1982, Maggie took Buddhist refuge with Lama Ole Nydahl. In 1987, she met the great Buddhist master from Bhutan, Lopon Tsechu Rinpoche, and became his personal secretary. She assisted Rinpoche in his activity around the world and in his seat in Kathmandu until his death in 2003.

Under the spiritual guidance of Lopon Tsechu Rinpoche, Maggie and her husband Wojtek Kossowski, participated in the construction of more than 20 Stupas in the West. Maggie also supported the activity of Shamar Rinpoche in the last years of his life until his death in 2014.

Presently, Maggie lives in Benalmádena, Spain, where she is the president of the Karma Kagyu Cultural Association of Benalmádena and coordinates the activities of the Enlightenment Stupa, under the spiritual guidance of H.H. the 17th Karmapa Thaye Dorje. She is also Lama Ole Nydahl's official representative to the Lamas and Rinpoches in Asia.

Joan Paul Pozuelos in Brussels



Teachings and Meditations with Diamond Way Teacher Joan Paul Pozuelos

Friday 17th - Sunday 19th November