We all need a refuge we can trust and which will not let us down.

The 37 Practices of a Bodhisattva are such a refuge,
they will never fail us if practiced and embodied with authenticity.
When we feel overwhelmed
by life's challenges,
feel AFRAID or are in PAIN,
these practices support us
and are a source of strength.

Taking refuge in these practices invites the blessings of all enlightened beings who
guide and protect you.
In this course, Durga Devi reads from the text and invites mindful reflections,
mini- meditations and journaling prompts
to help uncover hidden wounds and patterns
that can be released and exchanged for behaviors from
a compassionate heart
The virtue within you and around you will be
your protection and guide you, in all relationships and life.

Meet Your Guide:

Durga Devi

Durga Devi has been practicing and teaching yoga since 2003. Her practice is embedded within her daily life. She is a teacher of great wisdom and compassion.

Durga Devi is the founder and co-director of House of Yoga in Berkley, Michigan.

She has studied with yoga teachers David Life & Sharon Gannon as well as Mark Whitwell and many others.

In 2015 she was introduced to the 37 Practices of the Bodhisattva through Bhagavan Das who transmitted the deep understanding of these practices to her during several sessions over the summer of this year.

Durga Devi has spent much time reflecting and meditating upon these teachings.

Now she shares them with you in a simple and concise manner that is easily understood and relevant for our modern life toda

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What others are saying about this program:

"I want to express my appreciation for the 37 practices of the Bodhisattva. I look forward to this peaceful practice each day! The teachings have given me focus and inspiration! Thank you 🙏"

-Karen K.

"Hi Durga Devi. Thanks for putting this wonderful course together. I love how you are doing this in little segnments. I do typically watch a few at a time versus one per day. The way you state, discuss and restate the teaching is a nice format. I have been studying the Dali Lama's stages of meditation; this is a wonderful compliment to what I am learning there."

-Mark T.