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The Siddha Yoga Meditation Center In San Diego Programs Information


SiddhaYoga is a spiritual path that emphasizes self-discipline and aims to help practitioners gain control over their thoughts, feelings, and senses. Not to mention, it is an honorable one. It is through the guidance of meditation master and teacher Gurumayi Chidvilasananda that students learn how to transform themselves and the world they live in.

The following are the programsyou may encounter in SYMC San Diego.

Weekly Programs Schedule

A man walking on a path which both sides are surrounded by trees
A man walking on a path which both sides are surrounded by trees

Fridays, 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Satsang

Keeping company with the truth is known as satsang. They include chanting, meditation, and Gurumayi quotes, as well as speakers who share their personal Siddha Yoga journeys.

Sundaysare 9:05 a.m.–10:10 a.m. for Shri Guru Gita.

In this ancient hymn, the Guru is honored and the Guru-disciple relationship is described.

In Siddha Yoga Meditation ashrams and other places around the world, they perform this daily swadhyaya text chant. From 9:15–10:30 am on Sundays, the center hosts a Vegetarian Brunch, which is followed by another Vegetarian Brunch. Every month we sing the Morning Arati before the reading of Shri Guru Gita, which is based on the sacred text.

On Sundays, they'll be chatting about sharing

At Amrit brunch once a month, they discuss Siddha Yoga's teachings and meditate on them.


Parents and kids are always welcome at the center. During all satsangs, our children's art supplies are kept in a designated area of the Amrit, which is connected to the hall via audio broadcast. If children wish, they can bring their own toys. The chanting portion of the satsang is open to children and their parents. Your children should always be accompanied by an adult. Exceptional Cousins Siddha Yoga holidays are marked by satsangs throughout the year.


Selfless service is referred to as "guruseva" in this context. Siddha Yoga requires it as a part of the practice. A true act of guruseva is a selfless act performed with no thought of reward. Selfless service is the source of everything at the center. You are cordially invited to participate in this life-altering spiritual practice at any time when Guruseva opportunities arise. Please visit the center for more information.


A vegetarian brunch is served every Sunday at 10:30 am after the reading of the Gita by Shri Guru.


Changes may be made to this program at any time. The most up-to-date information can be found on the community email list. You can also get in touch with us by visiting our website, www.symcsandiego.org.

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