Being a mystic means seeing life the way it is.
-Sadhguru
“You can either live logically or magically - it’s your choice.”
-Sadhguru

Thank you for your interest in the Mystic Eye program with Sadhguru.

This event received an overwhelming response from Toronto. If you are interested in upcoming events, please visit the schedule for Inner Engineering and Isha Yoga programs in Toronto.

Sadhguru is a contemporary mystic with a unique yet astoundingly rational approach to life and the world you know – or think you know.

Join us to:
  • Explore life's deepest questions
  • Discover technologies for inner wellbeing
  • Make joy your constant companion
  • Meditate with Sadhguru

Saturday, March 24th
5 PM - 8 PM

Enercare Centre
100 Princes Blvd,
Toronto, M6K 3C3

For Information:
647-797-3350
toronto@ishafoundation.org

FAQ

How do I get to the venue?

By Car:

From the East
  • Take the Gardiner Expressway west to Spadina/Lake Shore Boulevard cutoff and follow the signs for Lakeshore Boulevard.
  • Take Lake Shore Boulevard to Strachan Avenue and enter via Fleet St. (just north of the Princes Gates).
From the West
  • Take the Gardiner Expressway east to Lake Shore Boulevard
  • Stay on Lakeshore Blvd. east
  • There are three entrance points (at the traffic lights) to Exhibition Place from Lake Shore Boulevard - British Columbia Drive, Ontario Drive and Newfoundland Drive.
From Pearson International Airport
  • Exit 427 south to Gardiner Expressway East.
  • Take the Gardiner Expressway east to Lake Shore Boulevard.
  • There are three entrance points (at the traffic lights) to Exhibition Place from Lake Shore Boulevard - British Columbia Drive, Ontario Drive and Newfoundland Drive.
From City Centre Airport
  • Take Bathurst Street north to Lakeshore Blvd. West.
  • Take Lake Shore Boulevard west, turn north on Strachan Avenue and enter via Fleet St (just north of the Princes Gates), or turn North onto Fort York Road, and west at the lights on to Strachan Avenue into Exhibition Place.
By public transit

There are two stations on Exhibition Grounds and numerous parking locations both above and below ground.

  1. 29 Dufferin Bus
    Take the Bloor subway to Dufferin Station, board the #29 bus south to Exhibition Place.
  2. 511 Bathurst Streetcar
    Take the Bloor subway to Bathurst Station, board the #511 streetcar south to Exhibition Place.
    There are two streetcar stops at Exhibition Place, at Strachan Avenue, and adjacent to the Horse Palace/GO Station.
  3. 509 Harbourfront Streetcar
    Take the Yonge-University subway to Union Station. Take the 509 Streetcar from the Union Station southbound streetcar tunnel towards Exhibition Loop.

There are two streetcar stops at Exhibition Place, at Strachan Avenue, and adjacent to the Horse Palace/GO Station.

NOTE: For events held at Enercare Centre & Allstream Centre please use the Strachan stop adjacent to the Princes' Gates. For events in BMO Field, Ricoh Coliseum, Queen Elizabeth Building or Better Living Centre please use the the TTC loop at the end of the line.

For more information, visit the TTC at www.ttc.ca or call 416-393-4636

Bicycles at Exhibition Place

  • There are 732 bike racks located on the grounds of Exhibition Place. Download a map of their locations here.
  • Toronto's first New Mobility Hub is located at the Exhibition Place GO Station. The Hub provides multiple modes of transportation services such as TTC, GO, a Bikeshare Hub, bicycle parking, a WIFI hotspot, taxi hotline, weather and tourist info, secure bicycle lockers, and a map of downtown Toronto.
Is there parking available at the venue?

There is paid parking available around the venue with 6450 parking spots including 1300 spots underground.

I am travelling by train to Union station, is it near the venue?

The distance to the venue from the Union station is around 3.9km and by car/taxi it will be around 8 mins. Alternatively from Union station there is a streetcar number 509 which leaves Union station every 10 minutes. You can get down at Exhibition loop and walk to the venue which is around 190m with a time of 2 minutes.

Is this event CME/CE accredited?
There are no CME/CE credits, as this is not a program, but an event.
If I am unable to attend the event, can my ticket be cancelled?

There are no cancellations for this event. If you wish to, you may transfer your ticket to someone else who is interested to attend the event.

Cancellation Policy: Once a ticket is purchased, we will not be able to cancel the ticket and provide refunds. If you are not able to attend the event, you can look at the possibility of transferring the ticket to someone else, however this is something you will need to do as we are not able to support with this. Please consider your travel arrangements and events for the day when purchasing the ticket, as we are not able to provide refunds for a purchased ticket.

Will we be learning a physical yoga practice?

There could possibly be a meditation session with Sadhguru, but nothing extensive in terms of a physical yoga practice. You will be seated in a chair for the duration for the event.

What should I bring for the event?

Please bring printed copy of your ticket. There could possibly be a meditation session, however this will be done seated in a chair. There is no need to bring yoga mats or come prepared to do any physical yoga.

Who can I contact for information about the event?
For information please contact:
Email: toronto@ishafoundation.org
Phone: 647-797-3350
Do I need to bring an ID?
No, there is no ID required. Please bring your printed tickets.

About Sadhguru

Sadhguru is a realized yogi, mystic and visionary who has dedicated himself to the elevation of the physical, mental, and spiritual well-being of all people. He is an author and opinion maker who is regularly invited to speak at leading international forums. He has spoken at many prestigious global conferences such as World Peace Summit at the United Nations and the World Economic Forum.

Sadhguru is often described as a contemporary spiritual leader, since he belongs to no particular tradition and incorporates aspects of yogic sciences that are most relevant for modern-day life into his teachings and practices. His scientific methods for self-transformation have universal appeal. Sadhguru’s insights into the mechanisms of life are an outcome of his profound experience of the Self, and serve as a guide to exploring the deeper dimensions of life. His life and work serve as reminders that the inner science of yoga is not esoteric philosophy from an outdated past, but is absolutely relevant and applicable to our lives today.

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