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San Diego County Kirtan & Chanting For Peace

  • First Unitarian Universalist Church Of San Diego 4190 Front Street San Diego, CA, 92103 United States (map)

Join us every 2nd Saturday each month for community friendship, peaceful mantra and japa meditation, spiritual nourishment, uplifting kirtan and overall FUN! Open to all ages! Donations from the heart are accepted.

HAVE YOU HEARD OF KIRTAN? 
WOULD YOU LIKE TO EXPERIENCE IT? 
HAVE YOU BEEN TO A KIRTAN AND WANT MORE?

KIRTAN IS A JOYOUS CELEBRATION; A LIVING, MOVING MEDITATION

Kirtan is a universally recommended activity in all spiritual processes throughout the world. Engage and experience Kirtan, a non-denominational practice that has been passed down since time immemorial and a constant in all paths and religions.

Getting together as a group is a fun way to do this! It is a great activity for families and communities. We can sing mantras using all kinds of instruments and genres of music. Oftentimes, people will get up and move to the beautiful transcendental sounds or groove to a rock out kirtan. There are no hard and fast rules!

You will be hearing and singing beautiful mantras and transcendental sounds that create peace and harmony by their spiritual potency wherever you go! Come taste the sweet nectar of true happiness and peace.

COMMON ROOM: The kirtan will be held in the Common Room which will be on your LEFT as you enter the gate from the ACE Parking lot. 

* PARKING VOUCHERS: Parking vouchers will be provided so please hold onto your ACE PARKING LOT tickets when you arrive.

* GPS Address for ACE Parking Lot: 298 West Arbor Drive, San Diego, CA 92103. 

* BRING YOUR DRUM, GUITAR OR FAVORITE INSTRUMENT

Kirtan is a family-friendly event for all ages! No experience necessary! Some instruments will be provided.

Peaceful Individuals Create A Peaceful Society

FOOD FOR THOUGHT:
'One who thinks himself lower than the grass, who is more tolerant than a tree, and who does not expect personal honor but is always prepared to give all respect to others can very easily always chant the holy name of the Lord.’
Caitanya Caritamrita Antya Lila 20:9-26