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The San Diego satsang was started several years ago by a small group of volunteers.  Now, there are about 30 to 40 people regularly attending satsangs and other various events.  Our weekly meetings take place on every Saturday at 6:00 PM at various locations, where we do wonderful group devotional singing (bhajans/kirtan), meditation, inspirational readings, discuss available ongoing charitable activites, and join together in a wonderful vegetarian potluck at the end of the evening.  

All are welcome at our satsang gatherings and they are always free to the public.  Kindly bring vegetarian food to share during the evening’s potluck. 

The San Diego Satsang meets at various locations within the greater San Diego vicinity, including UTC, Encinitas/Leucadia, Rancho Penasquitos, Rancho Bernardo/4S Ranch, and the La Mesa/Spring Valley areas.  Please click here for this week’s information and locations: Events

Community outreach satsangs are held occasionally at the Shri Mandir Temple.

Our Satsang is also involved in the “Mother’s Kitchen Project” to feed the homeless and needy, by preparing lunch bags twice a month.

Also, satsang volunteers donate non-perishable food items to local Interfaith Community Services.

Occasionally, satsang volunteers organize various beach clean ups.


For further information on our Weekly Satsang Schedules, community evets, updates/changes, driving directions etc., Please click here:  Events

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Sri Mata Amritanandamayi Devi, world renowned spiritual leader, humanitarian and visionary known throughout the world simply as Amma (ammā, “Mother”), has compassionately served the world for decades imparting wisdom, strength and inspiration.

Through her extraordinary acts of Love, Inner Strength and Self-Sacrifice, Amma has endeared herself to millions and inspired thousands to follow in her path of selfless service.

Amma is truly a citizen of the world. She holds free public programs throughout India, Europe, United States, Australia, Japan, Sri Lanka, Singapore, Malaysia, Canada, Africa and South America. In her talks, Amma offers words of wisdom and guidance on both personal fulfillment as well as on the most pressing matters of our time.

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