Subud

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Siti Rahayu Wiryohudoyo ("Ibu")

World Subud Association
Muhammad Subuh Foundation

Susila Dharma International Association
Subud International Cultural Association
Subud Enterprise Services
Subud Youth Association

Subud and religion
Javanese beliefs
Helper (Subud)

Subud (pronounced [╦łsubud]) is an international spiritual movement that began in Indonesia in the 1920s as a movement founded by Muhammad Subuh Sumohadiwidjojo. (The name Subud was first used in the late 1940s when Subud was legally registered in Indonesia.) The basis of Subud is a spiritual exercise commonly referred to as the latihan kejiwaan, which was said by Muhammad Subuh to represent guidance from "the Power of God" or "the Great Life Force".

Muhammad Subuh saw the present age as one that demands personal evidence and proof of religious or spiritual realities, as people no longer just believe in words. He claimed that Subud is not a new teaching or religion but only that the latihan kejiwaan itself represents a kind of proof that humanity is looking for. There are now groups in over 70 countries, with a worldwide membership of about 10,000.[1]

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