Also in this issue...
A new book “Moments of Insight” from Kuswanda...More about “They Were There: The Best of Subud Voice” by Ilaine Lennard...A great meeting in Austria from Arifin Conrad...Peter Jenkins on Gunnebah, the story of a succesful enterprise...The Mercury Dilmma, YTS tackles a big problem in Kalimantan..Sinar Investors Association...Youth Travel Fund to the Americas Gathering...the importance of Subud Houses by Marie Bramwell...”Reminders of Reality”, Latifah Taormina writes of a most moving and enlightening experience...”Strange Prophecies”, Imron Comey concludes his series of 3 articles...Bapak speaks about life after death...Marcus Bolt has published a book of science fiction stories with a Subud flavour...
Since we went back to publishing Subud Voice in the form of a .pdf, it has opened up a lot of space on the home page, which we are using to publish material of a more “creative” and personal nature.
This is mostly material which does not always have an explicit Subud reference but might fit more into the category of "creative writing".
By publishing it here right on the homepage we save you a click of having to go to the Editor's Blog. You can access previous material in the Blog by clicking on the link on the left-hand side of the page.
A Guide to Items below...
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
Lawrence Brazier sends a story from Vienna... Read on