“Balancing The Mind’s Aspects” – Meditation Intensive – September 14, 2024

Join us for this all day meditation intensive on Saturday September 14, 2024, in-person and online,


The nine Aspects of the mind contribute to our style and personality. This is what we first notice about each other. The Aspects show up in our communication, the way we solve problems, and in our relationships. We refer to them as our “stance”. We have all of these stances to some degree, but often one or more of these dominate. Our challenge is to apply the appropriate stance in the appropriate situation! When we recognize and learn how to balance our Aspects we have a powerful tool. Let’s dive deeply into each Aspect to balance it, and in so doing, master the mind to serve us.

The nine Aspects and their nine meditations we will explore today are:
* Defender * Manager * Preserver * Artist * Producer * Missionary * Strategist * Leader * Teacher

NOTE: This intensive fulfills the group meditation day certification requirement for Kundalini Yoga Level One teacher training and one of the days for Level Three teacher training. Toronto Level One teacher training students will be attending this program in-person. Limited spaces available for other participants.

Date & Time

Saturday September 14, 2024
8:30 am – 6:00 pm Eastern (lunch break approximately 12:30 – 1:30pm)


In-Person: College Street United Church

454 College Street (corner of College/Bathurst)
Limited in-person spaces available

Online via Zoom Link

Link provided following registration


Please register/pay using the registration button below.


For more information contact Nirmal Singh at [email protected] or 416-716-1402

Nirmal Singh is a KRI certified Kundalini Yoga Lead Trainer. Through The Wellness Path, Nirmal offers Kundalini Yoga related programs and events in Toronto and online including Level One and Level Two teacher trainings and sacred chant concerts. He is a certified Life Coach and Compassionate Inquiry Practitioner, focusing on clients who wish to change difficult behaviour patterns, or gain insight and strength in their recovery from addictions or trauma.