Definition of Subud in English:

Subud

Syllabification: Su·bud
Pronunciation: /so͝oˈbo͞od
 
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A movement, founded in 1947 and led by the Javanese mystic Pak Muhammad Subuh, based on a system of exercises by which the individual seeks to approach a state of perfection through divine power.

Origin

contraction of Javanese susila budhi dharma, from Sanskrit suśīla 'good disposition' + buddhi 'understanding' + dharma 'religious duty'.

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