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"



Regular Programme


Buddhist Center Brussels  

Our Public Meditation evenings are Monday and Thursday

Newcomers! Next Introductory Lectures in English:

Monday 13 January 7:30pm
Monday 10 February 7:30pm
Monday 9 March 7:30pm
Monday 20 April 7:30pm
Monday 11 May 7:30pm
MOnday 8 June 7:30pm



Buddhist Center Ghent

Public Meditation evening in Ghent on

Tuesday 8:30pm


Diamond Way Buddhist Center Brussels

Our Buddhist Center in Brussels was established in 1999. Currently we are located at Boulevard Louis Schmidt, Etterbeek, just 1 min walking distance from the tram and metro station Pétillon. The meditation center provides space for people to meet and meditate and learn about Buddha's timeless teachings. The meditation room is a comfortable space with traditional Buddhist art in a contemporary setting.

We meet for our public meditation evenings Mondays and Thursdays. Each Monday we additionally offer an introductory lecture which gives new people an overview of Diamond Way Buddhism followed by a guided meditation.

We regularly offer courses on Buddhism and Buddhist meditation, guided by experienced practitioners and teachers. 


Public Meditation Evenings in Brussels

  Newcomers: Next Introductory Lectures in English: Monday 10 February 7:30pm, Monday 9 March 7:30pm, Monday 20 April 7:30pm, Monday 11 May 7:30pm, Monday 8 June 7:30pm

Monday 8.30pm Guided Meditation on the 16th Karmapa

Thursday 7.30pm Guided Meditation on the 16th Karmapa

• Our public meditations are open to beginners and are free of charge. First timers are encouraged to come to the introductory lecture on Mondays.
  • No registration necessary
  • Please arrive on time or at least 15 min before if you have not received explanations or attended an Introduction lecture yet.
  • A guided meditation lasts 30-45 min
  • No special clothes or equipment needed

What does a typical evening in the Buddhist Center look like?

Most Buddhist centers and groups offer regular meditation evenings for interested people with introductory explanations about what Buddhism is and about meditation practice in Diamond Way Buddhism. Of course, you are very welcome to ask as many questions as you like.

The guided meditation takes between 30 and 40 minutes. After the meditation, there is again enough time for questions or simply to meet the people in the center, who have often been meditating for many years. Participating in the meditation evening does not require registration and is free of charge.