In this issue we focus on developments in our pioneering Kalimantan mining effort. The company has changed its name and is now under new non-Subud management. What does all this mean for our projects in Kalimantan and for Subud generally? Several articles in this issue explain and comment on these changes.
Also in this issue...
Asiamet Resources press release about KGC change of name...Article from some of those who have been closely involved in Kalimantan mining (Faldi Ismail. Mansur Gieger, Bardolf Paul)...Article from Rahman Connelly, former CEO of KGC, commenting on the changes...An inventory of Subud projects in Kalimantan...BCU School celebrates its 10th anniversary...Hadrian Fraval, SESI Supremo, writes about enterprise...Anthony Bright-Paul on "talking at cross purposes"...He also responds to Murray Forbes who wrote in with some concerns about mixing and Islamic influence in Subud...The passing of Pak Haryono and of Mursalin Fiala...
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HARMONY & RESULTS - THE SUSILA DHARMA CONFERENCE
Photo: Mother and child at Yayasan Saudara Sejiwa in Bandung, one of the projects we visited during the Susila Dharma Conference. This project aims to eliminate discrimination and violence towards women and children.
Why has Susila Dharma been so successful?... Read all about the Susila Dharma Conference that was held in Indonesia in August in this Special Susila Dharma Supplement to Subud Voice… a 20 page report with many photos… read all about this great gathering of projects and the Susila Dharma organisation…
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RAPUNZEL, RAPUNZEL is a story by Harris Smart about how the world of dreams, myths and fairytales can erupt into everyday life... Read on
PARIS, FRANCE is a story by Harris about a visit to Paris in which he was robbed by gypsies... it also has something to say about photography... Read on
PARIS: JAZZ is by Lawrence Brazier and is also set in Paris and has something to say about jazz and other things... Read on
THE STUTTERER a is a chapter from Husain Chung's book GOD THE THERAPIST (available from amazon.com) and gives an insight into the way that Husain works with people... Read on
RELAX! THE BODY KNOWS THE WAY is a reflection by Harris on the nature of the body as an indicator of the inner nature and a portal to spiritual experience... Read on
WOOF: Lawrence Brazier sends a story from Vienna... Read on