|Sent on:||Thursday, November 17, 2011 9:06 AM|
Diamond Way Buddhist Center Seattle
2114 Western Ave #11
Seattle, WA, 98121
This Monday (November 21) Lama Ole Nydahl will give a public lecture Buddhism Now: Buddhism and its impact on the West. The lecture will take place at 8pm in Guggenheim Lecture Hall. We're very excited to host our Lama, only for the second time in 30 years in Seattle!
Don't miss this unique opportunity to meet the founder of Diamond Way Buddhism and a renowned Buddhist Master.
Tickets for the lecture are $10 for general public and $3 for students. Tickets can be purchased at the door. For any questions or further information please email or call us.
To follow up after the lecture, you can come to our weekly guided meditation at Wednesday at 8pm preceded by a short talk in our center at 2114 Western Ave, right next to the Pike Place market. (November 23rd is likely to be somewhat empty though, as folks are going to Mahamudra course with Lama Ole in Texas.) We will also have an open house on Sunday, December 4th from 11am to 1pm, where you can come see the Center and ask questions.
About Lama Ole Nydahl
Lama Ole Nydahl and his wife Hannah were the first western students of the H.H. 16th Gyalwa Karmapa. In a constant exchange with his students, Lama Ole teaches the goal and methods of Karma Kagyu Diamond Way Buddhism. His joyful way of living provides a glimpse of what anyone can achieve through direct experience of one's own mind.
He has transmitted the blessing of the lineage, traveling as an authorized Lama and tirelessly teaching around the world in a different city nearly every day for almost 40 years. The depth of his knowledge and dynamic way of teaching inspire thousands of people at his lectures and retreats around the world. He has been a driving force in bringing Buddhism to the West.
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