October Weekend of Lectures with Diamond Way Traveling Teachers

London-October Course
Teacher and Student in Diamond Way Buddhism: Lama Ole and Hannah and our closest Karma Kagyu Masters


Friday, 14th October
20.00 Lecture by Tomek Lehnert: Buddhist Meditation in Everyday life
Followed by meditation

Saturday, 15th October
15.00 Lecture by Maggie Lehnert: The Life Story of a great Buddhist Master Lobpon Tsechu Rinpoche

20.00 Lecture by Manfred Maier: Student – Teacher Relationship in Diamond Way Buddhism
Followed by meditation

Sunday, 16th October
11.00 Lecture by Michaela Fritzges: Holding the view

16.00 Lecture by Maggie Lehnert: The Shamarpas of Tibet and the Life Story of the last Shamar Rinpoche.

Followed by meditation

Please consider £7 donation for each lecture and pay on the day


Tomek Lehnert was born in 1956 in Gdansk, Poland. In January 1983, during martial law in Poland, Tomek met Lama Ole Nydahl, took Buddhist refuge and became Lama Ole’s student.
He began traveling with Lama Ole and Hannah in 1987 and has been helping to organize their activity.

Tomek is the author of ‘Rogues in Robes’, Blue Dolphin Publishing, 1998, a chronicle of a controversy over the recognition of HH the 17th Karmapa. He continues helping and travelling with Lama Ole.

Maggie Lehnert met Buddhism in Poland, back in the eighties. For many years she has been a close student of Lopön Tsechu Rinpoche and traveled with him around the world as his personal assistant and translator. At present she lives in Spain where she looks after the Stupa in Benalmadena and regularly gives introductory lectures on various Buddhist topics.

Michaela Fritzges was born in Berlin, Germany in 1959. She took refuge in 1984 and became a Buddhist teacher in 1994. She studied for three terms at the Karmapa International Buddhist Institute in New Delhi, India. From 1994- 2009, she lived in the Buddhist Center Kiel in Northern Germany. She now continues teaching in Diamondway Buddhist Centres all over the world.

Mandfred Maier is a Diamondway Traveling Teacher from Germany. He is a practicing Buddhist since 1982. Manfred gives lectures on Buddhism all over the world and he is Board member of the German “Regionalverband” of 15 Buddhist Centres in Germany. He works as a Music Teacher and lives with his family in the Diamonwady Buddhist Centre in Villingen-Schwenningen in South Germany.