• Traveling teacher Detlev Goebel will be in Tokyo on September 15th and 16th

    Dear friends,
    We are very pleased to announce that we will have Detlev Goebel here in Tokyo on September 15th and 16th.
    Please take this opportunity to come along to the centre, spend time with friends and share in the timeless teachings of the Buddha.
    All talks will be held here at the Diamondway Center.
    Click here for google map (http://goo.gl/maps/LmWN)

    Lecture: The 4 Foundational Practices in Tibetan Buddhism (Ngondro)
    Date: Saturday September 15th 1:00pm~4:00pm
    Fee: ¥ 1500
    Venue: Tokyo Diamondway Buddhist Center (Meetup event, please RSVP)

    Lecture: View, Meditation and Action. The 3 Pillars of Buddhism
    Date: Saturday September 15th 6:30pm~9:00pm
    Fee: ¥ 1500
    Venue: Tokyo Diamondway Buddhist Center (Meetup event, please RSVP)

    Lecture: What is the Karma Kagyu Lineage?
    Date: Sunday September 16th 1:00pm~4:00pm
    Fee: ¥ 1500
    Venue: Tokyo Diamondway Buddhist Center (Meetup event, please RSVP)

    Lecture: What is Karma and Causality?
    Date: Sunday September 16th 6:30pm~9:00pm
    Fee: ¥ 1500
    Venue: Tokyo Diamondway Buddhist Center (Meetup event, please RSVP)

    *Talks will be in English (Please let us know if you require help with Japanese translation)

    About the teacher:

    Detlev Goebel was born in Germany in 1960. He became a Buddhist with Lama Ole Nydahl in 1984. He and his former wife started a Buddhist Center in Munich and lived in it for 15 years.
    Detlev has been teaching Buddhism at Lama Ole’s request since 1986.
    Since 1990 he has been in charge of the German Buddhismus Heute Magazine. He and his wife Claudia are the editors.
    Over the last 30 years Detlev has made many pilgrimages to Nepal, India, East-Tibet and especially Bhutan. For many years he has guided annual pilgrimage-tours to the Buddhist power places of Bhutan.
    Detlev works at the BMW Crashtest-Facility in Munich, Germany.

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