Diamond Way Buddhism is an international network of Buddhist meditation centres for people who want to integrate the Buddhist view with daily life and work. The centres teach meditation methods for complete beginners through to advanced methods learned in retreat conditions. All Diamond Way meditation practices come from the Karma Kagyu lineage, a thousand-year-old tradition of Tibetan Buddhism. These teachings have been passed down from the historical Buddha.
From the 12th century, the Karma Kagyu lineage has been headed by the Karmapas, the first reincarnate line of Tibetan teachers. Currently, the 17th Karmapa, Thaye Dorje, lives in India but travels widely to teach his many students around the world. His predecessor, the 16th Karmapa, asked Lama Ole Nydahl and his wife Hannah Nydahl to establish Karma Kagyu Buddhism in the West. Starting in the early 70’s, to date they have started 648 Buddhist centres in over forty countries around the world.
Everyone is very welcome to visit the new Diamond Way Buddhist Centre in Bibra Lake to learn more about Buddhism and meditation.
Perth Diamond Way Buddhism meets at 34 Prout Way, Bibra Lake
Monday and Wednesday – 7:30pm. Sunday – 5:30pm.
We are raising money to lay a floor at our new meditation hall (gompa). If you would like to help us with this, please use the link below.
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