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Bapak

Bapak

An Indonesian name for "father," given affectionately to patrons, gurus, and charismatic leaders, especially to Muhammad Subuh, founder of the Subud movement, a modern mystical school combining Sufi insights with elements of the thought of Georgei I. Gurdjieff and P. D. Ouspensky.

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Bapak (father): see SUBUD INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD.

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