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The core teaching of Sang Guru Sejati is to build mental and emotional maturity (primary conducts) called Hasta Sila. To achieve Hasta Sila one has to carry-out Jalan Rahayu (Safe Path) and to avoid Paliwara (God’s Prohibitions) that is the God’s five principle prohibitions. Those who want to have the good conducts of Hasta Sila, they should know about the anatomy of human psyche to facilitate easy implementation of the Safe Path.

The knowledge on the human’s anatomy of psyche is a part of Sang Guru’s teaching on the “Creation of Universe and All Living Beings” (Gumelaring Dumadi). This part of teaching has become main reference in Dr. Soemantri Hardjoprakoso’s dissertation to obtain a doctoral degree in medical field in the Rijks University, Leiden, Netherlands in 1956 under the title of “Indonesich Mansbeld als Basis Ener Psychotherapie” (Indonesian anatomy of psyche is the base for psychotherapy). Dr. Soemantri Hardjoprakoso is an Indonesian, a Pangestu member, and a devout Sang Guru Sejati’s disciple.

Hasta Sila consists of two parts: Tri Sila (The Three Great Commitments) and Panca Sila (The Five Good Conducts).
1. Tri Sila
The human attitudes towards the One and only God which should be carried-out any time are: to be conscious, to have faith and to be obedient towards the almighty God.

  1. 1) Conciousness.
    Consciousness means to have devotion to the One and Only God. The One and Only God is called Tripurusa, meaning Oneness with three aspects:
    a. Suksma Kawekas (The True God) in Arabic : Allah Taala.
    b. Suksma Sejati (The True Leader = The True Guide = The True Teacher) or The God’s eternal Messenger.
    c. Roh Suci (Man’s True Spirit) or man’s real soul = Holy Spirit.

  2. 2) Faith (Belief)
    Faith is a connecting line between servants and the One and Only God. All humans have to acknowledge the power of God based on their faith. Since, without having faith it is impossible to get the flow of God’s grace to his servants. All which are created in this world are under God's will and power. Therefore, all humans being have to surrender all their guidance in life to the One and Only God.

  3. 3) Obedience.
    Obedience means obeying all the God’s commands and avoiding all prohibitions of the One and Only God.

2. Panca Sila
Panca Sila is the Five Good Conducts to purify human heart in order to carry-out perfectly Tri Sila in human’s life. The Five Good Conducts consist of:

  1. Un-attachment
    Un-attachment means the whole heartedness in surrendering all belongings, rights, and the fruit of one’s work to God sincerely. An un-attached person is not tied to worldly matters, but he is a person who does not neglect his obligations.

  2. Acceptability.
    Acceptability means to accept wholeheartedly all that become one’s lot, not jealous towards the lot received by others, not greedy but he is not the one who is reluctant or lazy person. Someone who has this trait can be considered a person who is always gratefull to God.

  3. Honesty
    Honesty means keeping a promise or to carry out one’s commitment, whether it has already been uttered or is still intended (as intention). If a man does not fulfill his intention, it means he deceives his inner self. When the intention is already uttered but not fulfilled, his deceit is witnessed by others. One who is honest is steadfast to the truth and does not lie.

  4. Patience.
    Patience means to have an unlimited capacity of tolerance, having strength to endure various hardships. Persons who have patience are broadminded.

  5. High Virtue
    High virtue is a character that has been able to materialize God’s noble. It can be achieved by people who has had the fourth character as mention above.
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