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In Diamond Way Buddhism the direct contact between a teacher and a disciple is of a great importance. The teacher, the student and the process of learning are one totality which makes development possible. The teacher is a source of inspiration, he gives methods and confirms the student's progress on the path. He helps to overcome our weaknesses and limitations and to dissolve wrong, stiff ideas which block us from recognizing the natural state of our mind: freedom, openness, limitless joy and a compassionate activity. The teacher is neither a person nor a god. He is rather a direct reflection of the realization of the student's enlightened qualities.
Kalu Rinpoche was born in 1905 in Kham (Eastern Tibet). He was ordained a monk at the age of 11, when he was 16 he started a three year retreat and between the age of 25 and 40 he led an ascetic life devoted solely to meditation in the mountains. He received the full transmission of the Shangpa and Karma Kagyu lineages.
Sherab Gyaltsen Rinpoche was born in 1950 in Nepal. He is a fully qualified lama of the Kagyu Lineage. He received the title of “Maniwa” from the 16th Karmapa Rangjung Rigpe Dorge, which means that he repeated the mantra Om Mani Peme Hung, which is an expression of enlightened compassion of our Buddha nature, more than one billion times.
Lama Jigme Rinpoche was born in 1949 in East Tibet. He is a student of the 16th Karmapa Rangjung Rigpe Dorje. As a fully qualified teacher he was appointed by the 16th Karmapa to run the Karmapa’s Dhagpo Kaguy Ling monastery in France. TheRinpoche’s activity is closely associated with Europe, where he travels and gives teachings.
Lama Ole Nydahl has been travelling around the world for over 40 years, giving lectures on Buddhism, answering questions concerning Buddhist practice and leading meditation courses. Some of his students have gained so much experience and knowledge about Buddha's teachings that the Lama has asked them to share this experience and knowledge in Diamond Way centers and meditation groups.
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|Recommended websites in English|
(Worldwide Diamond Way Buddhism website)
(HH 17th Karmapa Trinley Thaye Dorje web page)
(The International Diamond Way Buddhist Project)
(Lama Ole Nydahl web page)
(Diamond Way teachings website)
(You Tube chanel with Lama Ole Nydahl's lectures)