The Third Degree is only intended for the selected few: for those who can bundle all the positive powers they have learned and apply them to the benefit of humanity. The Third Degree is 95% spiritual and 5% physical development. In Indonesia, there are currently some 300,000 holders of the First Degree White Slendang and approximately 160 holders of the Second Degree White Slendang. Unfortunately there is only one person in Indonesia has Third Degree White Slendang, the chairman of the PSHT, Mas Tarmadji Boedi Harsono, as others was already past away. artikel ini di tulis di kantor bikinprofildotcom oleh zakhy
The Second Degree focuses primarily on the Silat, the demobilization of an attacker using the physical techniques (Pentjak) learned for the First Degree. Students learn to make effective use of inner strengths through concentration, breathing techniques and meditation. This form of self-defense can be highly lethal. It is therefore taught only to the PSHT holders of the First Degree White Slendang, and who, after years of training in discipline, willpower and character building are capable of mastering the “real” Silat. Training for the Second Degree White Slendang is essentially 50% physical development and 50% mental development. artikel ini di tulis di kantor bikinprofildotcom oleh zakhy
The First Degree is primarily aimed at physical development. Through a system of skilful physical movements (Pentjak), students learn to use their body effectively. The First Degree is subdivided into a number of steps, coupled to a graduated system of belts and slendangs (sashes). Each step concludes with an exam. artikel ini di tulis di kantor bikinprofildotcom oleh zakhy
The weapons employed in Pentjak Silat are a combination of indigenous weapons and those brought to Indonesia from the entire Asian continent. A number of these weapons were originally tools used to worked the land. Virtually every traditional Pentjak Silat style employs the following weapons. artikel ini di tulis di kantor bikinprofildotcom oleh zakhy
The golok is a short, heavy machete with a single-sided blade. The parang is also a type of machete that is used extensively. Both were originally used as farming tools. artikel ini di tulis di kantor bikinprofildotcom oleh zakhy
salam perasaudaraan,,,saya suka berbagi untuk kebutuhan anda terutama di bidang pecak silat Persaudaraan Setia Hati Terate.Memayu Hayuning Bawono.
"Selama bumi masih berputar dan selama matahari terbit dari upuk timur serta tenggelam/terbenam di upuk barat SH TERATE tetap jaya selamanya..