Application of Teaching Values Silat Life Terate (PSHT) and Faithful Silat Education Winongo Young Cash Heart (PSHW) in Reducing Conflict

Retno Iswati, Agus Wiyaka, Saras B. Utami


Conflicts between the Setia Hati Terate Brotherhood (PSHT) and Setia Hati Tunas Muda Winongo (PSHTW) which involved supporters massively caused unrest among various levels of society. Archaeological fights that have been passed down between PSHT and PSHT cannot be separated from the background history. The two universities were originally a college founded by Ki Ngabehi Soero Diwiryo from Madiun with Joyo Gendilo Cipto Mulyo in 1903. In 1917 Joyo Gendilo Cipto Mulyo changed name with SetiaHati. Opposition Ideology began to peak when SH founder Ki Ngabehi Soero Diwiryo died on November 10, 1944 at the age of 75. The conflict was driven by two beloved pupils, Ki Soero Diwiryo, which resulted in the breakup of SH divided into two (2) territorial areas, namely SH Winongo which remained based in Winongo and SH Terate districts based in Pilangbango Madiun. The conflict between the two students spread to the grassroots, to reduce the conflict between PSHT and PSHTW in Magetan, Madiun and Madiun Districts to build social institutions in applying the PSHT and PSHTW teaching values. Goal 1) Describe the community's perception of PSHT and PSHTW.2) Describe the Ke-SH coaching - on students. 3) Identify monitoring and evaluation of spiritual development or Ke-SH-an. 4) Building social institutions to reduce conflict. This study uses the Participatory Action Research (PAR) method, the results of the research on building social institutions and evaluation monitoring are expected to optimize spiritual development in the application of PSHT and PSHTW lessons in conflict resolution

Keywords: martial arts, conflict, social institutions

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