Next Public Evening


Buddhist Center Brussels

Our Diamond Way Buddhist center Brussels will be closed during August 2018. 

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:

June 2018
25: French

July 2018
: English
: Lecture with Peter Malinowski 19:30
: English
23: English

August 2018 closed


Buddhist Center Ghent

Public Meditation evening in Ghent on

Thursday 8:30pm

Dear friends,
- there will be no public meditation on Thu 28/06!
- last public meditation BEFORE the summer break is on Thu 05/07
- first public meditation AFTER the summer break is on 13/09 (subject to change, please check our FB "Diamond Way Buddhist Center Gent" or the webpage a couple of weeks before)
We wish you a wonderful summer!
yours DWBC Gent


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"


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

Peter Malinowski in Brussels

Sunday 8 July 2018 at 19:00
Lecture on Diamondway Buddhism and Meditation Part 1

Monday 9 July 2018 at 19:30
Lecture on Diamondway Buddhism and Meditation Part 2

EUR 7 per lecture


Peter Malinowski is a Lay Buddhist Teacher of Diamond Way Buddhism and a German psychologist living in the United Kingdom. He has been practicing Buddhism for about 30 years. Authorised by Lama Ole Nydahl he has been teaching meditation of the Tibetan Karma Kagyu Tradition in many parts of the world. In his work as a Reader in Cognitive Neuroscience at Liverpool John Moores University he investigates the effects of meditation on psychological functioning and associated brain processes and directs the Masters programme Positive Psychology and Wellbeing. He has published many scientific articles and book chapters on the effects of meditation and mindfulness practice and on developing meditation-based approaches for improving wellbeing in various contexts.