I was opened in 1972 just after leaving university and have never looked back. Having worked in sales in the then communist bloc for a few years I saw at first-hand the chaos, human suffering and crass inefficiency of state-socialism. Following that I worked as a management and IT consultant and witnessed the way in which corporate enterprises follow goals which disregard the humanity of their staff and customers - and exploit their environment. I was thus always looking to see if the "true social democracy" which Subud was supposed to engender could become a reality anytime soon.
A chance meeting in 2003 let me to form a team and organize seven Subud "global enterprise meetings" around the world - and to write a book about those experiences
I have homes in several countries and travel much of the time gathering material for more books..
Is Subud leading the way towards leaderless communities?
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