Intuitive Meditation
to Deal with Exam Season

Intuitive Meditation to Deal with Exam Season was an event focused on the stresses associated with exam sessions amongst post-secondary students. Through hearing from three speakers, students and attendees learned how to cope with exam season as an international student and domestic student, valuable strategies for academic success and an intuitive meditation presentation. In addition, the event was filled with an engaging Q&A/Panel Discussion!

Cindy Mankasingh Discussed:

– What is Arka Dhyana Intuitive Meditation?

– When and how to practice intuitive meditation?

– What are the benefits of practicing intuitive meditation?

For more information, visit www.arkadhyana.net.

Aneri Patel Discussed:

– Her personal experience of dealing with exam season as an international student (cultural differences, study habits).

– How to get involved in organizations at your university/college?

– Helpful tips for managing daily life and studies (pre and post-pandemic)?

Tanya Raveendran Discussed:

– Her personal experience of dealing with exam season as a domestic student.

– What is Light of Learning?

– What to avoid during the exam session?

– What are some helpful study habits for the long run?

– What are some different study methods?

– Remembering the purpose of studying?

Saturday November 13th, 2021

Time: 11:00am to 12:30pm EST

Networking Session Post-Event | This is an online only webinar


Srinivas Arka, a world-renowned author, teacher and philosopher, has inspired countless thousands of us to explore and develop our own intuitive awareness. Through his methods, we achieve a more balanced and fulfilling life while at the same time helping those around us through increased empathy and understanding. He is founder of Centres for Conscious Awareness (CCAs), a constellation of registered charitable organisation around the globe, that actively study and research the structure and nature of human consciousness, its potential, and its extent, including its relationship with the external world.
His work is based on deepening the heart-based Intuitive Conscious Awareness. He teaches us that, by tapping into the potential of feeling and the resource of emotion, a shift of consciousness occurs from the mind to the heart.

Srinivas Arka

Founder, Centre for Conscious Awareness Global

Our Partners

University of Toronto Mental Health Association

The University of Toronto Mental Health Student Association (UOFTMHA) is a student-run club established in 2016 that focuses on breaking the stigma surrounding mental health and empowering students through their mental health journeys, while also practicing diversity, equity & inclusion. We attempt to look at mental health from a different perspective, showcasing more than just the clinical aspect but also healthy mind, healthy body lifestyle and resources. The purpose of this association is to promote and educate staff and students on the significance of mental health around the University of Toronto campus. We strive to promote healthy coping mechanisms to anyone struggling with their mental health, and to offer an outlet in the community to help others face these issues. We hope to achieve this by actively hosting meetings and seminars, providing advocacy to any interested individuals, as well as helping to host and create interactive workshops and activities around mid-term and exam seasons.

Lakehead University Jack.org Chapter: Breaking Stigma By Creating Unity

“Breaking Stigma By Creating Unity” is a Jack.org chapter run by students at Lakehead University. Jack.org is a nonprofit Canadian organization that focuses on mental health education, awareness, and stigma reduction, with a focus on youth, through the use of a peer to peer model. Some of the ways our chapter accomplishes these goals are by hosting countless events, talks and most recently, our four day mental health summit, packed with 11 informative presentations by mental health advocates in the Thunder Bay community. The chapter continues to work hard to provide our community with the best possible access to mental health services as well as reducing the stigma surrounding mental health and mental illness. Current projects include increasing awareness of the student mental health services available on our LU campus and creating a local mental health services hub.