The history of the centre

Since the late 1970s Lama Ole Nydahl has been visiting Thessaloniki to give lectures. The first Buddhist Center of Thessaloniki was founded then but had a short lifetime. Nevertheless, old karmic bonds and maturity of older and newer practitioners brought about the desirable development and the new Buddhist Center of Thessaloniki was inaugurated in November 2009. Like all related Buddhist centers worldwide, its activity includes regular 16th Karmapa meditation, short talks on Buddhist topics and monthly lectures and courses given by Diamond Way Buddhism teachers.
A publishing house was also founded to publish Lama Ole Nydahl’s books in Greek as well as the Greek “Buddhism Today” magazine.

Summer Holiday
​Dear friends,
 
Our Center will stay open until Sunday, July 23rd before summer holiday. It will open again on Thursday August 31st with the regular program and monthly Sangha meeting.
We may meet meanwhile at Europe Center, Karma Guen, or at Karma Berchen Ling!
Have a nice holiday!

Regular program

Tuesday

20:30
Personal practice

Thursday and Sunday

20:00
10′ lecture & Meditation on the 16th Karmapa

 

Our meditation evenings are free of charge and open to everybody.

Contact

Buddhist Center Thessaloniki

Ethnikis Aminis str. 24,
546 21 Thessaloniki

Tel: +30 2310 277613
Antonia Konstantinidou +30 6944 394194

E-mail: Thessaloniki@diamondway-center.org