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TETADA kalimasada

TETADA kalimasada

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Institute for inner energy cultivation and therapy
Institute for inner energy cultivation and therapy

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What is the origin of Tetada Kalimasada?
The art of Kalimasada was brought to the Indonesian Island of Java more than 5centuries ago by the early Hindu settlers. Earliest known materials indicate that skilledpractitioners of kalimasada were well known for their martial prowess. The art uses aunique technique of chanelling one’s inner energy as well as his environment tomaintain one’s physical well being and enhance his martial skills. Due to the potential of the art being used for destruction rather than for good, the teachings and practice of kalimasada have been kept secret and known only to a few families, passed on fromgeneration to generation through the centuries.Almost a decade ago, the present Grand Master, IR. Eddy Surohadi, deemed mankindwas now ready to be given this art . Under his watch, he wanted to emphasize thehealing and passive nature of the art rather than the martial side. In September 1991,he founded the Institute Terapi Tenaga Dalam (Institute for the Development of Inner Energy Cultivation and Therapy). He added the word TETADA (acronym for theinstitute ), thus forming what the practice is currently called : TETADA KALIMASADA.The Institute, headed Master IDA SUROHADI M.D.- wife of the Grandmaster, hasestablished a research and development team, consisting of over a dozen medicalspecialists in Indonesia and Europe. Their primary objective is to constantly improve theteaching methods of Tetada Kalimasada in the light of current medical and scientificadvances.As of November 2001, Tetada Kalimasada has over 100,000 students and practitionersworldwide.
What are the basic principles and objectives of Tetada Kalimasada?
Tetada Kalimasada operates on the basic principle that “man is composed of matter andenergy”. Each body has seven major energy points or “chakras” located along the mainnervous system - from the base to the crown. These energy points are storehouses andtransmitters of universal energy - they interact with the electro-magnetic energy fieldand transform these into energy that sustains our lives. The chakras are oftenassociated with the endocrine gland system and each chakra is closely connected withthe functions of particular organs. The tetada kalimasada exercises or movementsperformed during practice are intended to stimulate and open these “chakras” so thatthey can receive and transmit more energy effectively. With this, specific parts of thehuman organs are enhanced, making them healthier.
What are the objectives of Tetada Kalimasada?
The objectives of Tetada Kalimasada are:
To train oneself to develop one’s inner energy abilities to attain holistic well being
To heal oneself and others
 
To gain inner balance through concentration
To control one’s mind and emotions
To develop one’s telepathic and telekinetic abilities
To develop and cultivate strong bio-electrical energy
To practice passive self defense
To enhance meta-physical appreciation
What does the black and white circles represent?
The figure shown above is the symbol of tetada kalimasada. The black and white circle,slightly overlapping, symbolize the unity and balance of the physical and spiritualaspects of life, working together in harmony. It represents the ultimate human conditionwherein the physical and spiritual aspects are balanced in perfect health.
I noticed your symbols are similar to the yin-yang symbol.. Does TetadaKalimasada claim that it is the only art that cultivates the individual's inner energy?
Tetada kalimasada does not claim to be the only discipline that uses or develops one’sinner energy ability. Several other asian cultures as well as martial arts disciplines dothis. The japanese term for inner energy is Ki, while the chinese call it chi - the conceptof inner energy is used extensively in their martial art styles; Yoga, in its various forms,also uses inner energy for healing purposes. Various films and anime have popularizedthe concept, e.g. Star Wars, Dragon Ball Z, Matrix, etc - further proof that the concept isnot something new but has been with us since ages ago and it is only now that we arere-discovering it.However, among the inner energy disciplines Tetada Kalimasada has taken a bold stepin reconciling current advances in medical/scientific principles with centuries oldpractices through the establishment of the Terapi Tenaga Dalam Institute. Tetadakalimasada has established a research and development team consisting of over adozen medical specialists in Indonesia and Europe, whose main objective is to improveits teaching method. This group is headed by International Master Dr. Ida Surohadi
What Chakras/Energy points does Tetada Kalimasada Focus on?
Tetada Kalimasada’s movements or exercises work on the seven main chakras or energy points of the human body namely:
BASE CHAKRA
(located at the base of the spine in Men and between the ovaries inwomen): Main function - has the basic energy that people need in order to function intheir daily activities
NAVEL CHAKRA
(located between the lower abdomen and the navel area): Thischakra is connected with the functions of the reproductive organs of the male and
 
female (urinary tract, ovaries, uterus, prostrate) and the lower abdominal organs (largeand small intestines, colon)
SPLEEN/ SOLAR CHAKRA
(located above the navel, below the chest): This chakra isconnected with the functions of the upper abdominal organs (stomach, liver, gallbladder, spleen, kidneys, pancreas)
HEART CHAKRA
(located at the center of the chest): This chakra is connected with thefunctions of the heart (cholesterol, high blood pressure), lungs, emotions.
THROAT CHAKRA
(located at the base of the larynx): This chakra is connected withthe functions of the thyroid glands; ability to communicate, balance self esteem,inspiration and self-expression. This is the first of the upper chakras which merges anindividual’s consciousness with GOD.
BROW CHAKRA
(located at the center of the forehead, between the eyebrows): Thischakra is connected with the functions of the pituitary gland (controls other glandsincluding the thyroid and adrenal through the hormones it produces). It is better knownas the third eye (psychic or clairvoyant ability)
CROWN CHAKRA
(located at the top of the head): this chakra unifies the body andmind with the spirit, thus stimulating the highest expression of the human spirit. It is alsoknown as the chakra of pure intuition, seeing the larger purpose in our lives, attitudes,faith, values, ethics, courage and humanitarianism.
What are the key components of Tetada Kalimasada?
There are five key components in the practice of Tetada Kalimasada:
Triangular Diaphragmatic Breathing (Duduk Nafas)
Movements and Steps (Jurus)
Alpha Concentration
Progressive Relaxation (Tafakur)
Energy SynchronizationThe combination of these 5 techniques stimulates and increases the energy in the 7main energy centers/chakras. The more energy you have in the chakras the healthier the organs.
BRIEF EXPLANATIONS ON KEY COMPONENTS OF TETADA KALIMASADA
 
Triangular Diaphragmatic Breathing (Duduk Nafas)
: This is a breathingtechnique that the practice has developed to generate inner energy. It buildsenergy through the compression of air between the diaphragm and anus.
Movements and Steps (Jurus)
: These are anaerobic movements designed tostimulate the various chakras; there are a total of eleven basic movements/

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saya dulu anggota kalimasada ponorogo jawa timur,setelah saya pulang dari jakarta,ke ponorogo,tiba-tiba kalimasada ponorogo fakum.pada waktu itu ketua cabangnya Bpk fauzi.saya menginginkan agar kalimasada di ponorogo tetap eksis.sedangkan saya sampai tingkat pancar daya 2.demikian komentar saya,agar Bpk Eddy surohadi selaku ketua pusat kalimasada mengetahui .
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