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Bodhi Tree is a portal not only to the books and stories that guide and inspire our daily lives, but also a hub for sourcing the wisdom and goods to include on the path to awakened living. Here, you’ll also find a connection to a community of like-minds around the world, in-person and live-streamed events and coming soon—educational offerings. We are committed to social responsibility, sustainable practices and thoughtful choices in every area of the Bodhi Tree community. The evolution continues!

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Meditation Series

Multi-Sensory Meditation for Daily Stress with Michel Pascal

Start your week in the right mindset and grounded in your own presence. Join us every Sunday at 4PM starting August 13th for our Sunday Meditation Series with Buddhist teacher, singer, philosopher and author, Michel Pascal.

Sunday, August 13 4-5PM 
Bodhi Tree LIVE: 633 N. La Brea Avenue, Los Angeles CA 90036


Titles new and old propose many ways to wisdom. From rare and perennial books to new releases and tarot decks, our offerings light the path to awakening.

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Joan Ranquet
Animal Communicator and Author
How to Talk to Animals

Bodhi Talk: Friday, August 18 7-9PM. FREE Admission
Workshop: Saturday, August 19 1-4PM.  $25

Bodhi Tree LIVE: 633 N. La Brea Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90036

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The Daily BeLeaf

“How is always more important that what. See if you can give much more attention to the doing than to the result that you want to achieve through it.”

—Eckhart Tolle