The editors of Subud Vision are a team of long-term Subud members, men and women, from different parts of the globe, who have all separately come to the conclusion that there is a pressing need for a review, that it is time to speak openly about problems and look for solutions.

We feel that Subud is currently on a path to extinction unless some changes are made. We believe that to plan effectively for the future, we need to be willing to examine our own organization, history and culture, and understand the reasons for our failure to thrive. Subud Vision provides a forum where members and former members can share their views, observations, research, analysis, and assessments, and offer innovative alternatives to the status quo.

This website contains over a hundred articles and 'Solutions' dealing with various aspects of the Subud experience. The following are some of the questions addressed:

All views and opinions published on Subud Vision are the responsibility of the individual author alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Subud Vision editors.

The name, "Subud Vision" was suggested by Subud member, Stefan Freedman. In Stefan's own words: ".... to emphasise the need for a way forward as well as a critique."

"Vision without action is a daydream. Action without vision is a nightmare". — Japanese proverb

"We can chart our future clearly and wisely only when we know the path which has led to the present." — Adlai E. Stevenson