Bali M.E.T.

Briefly Bali MET

A Spirit Eco-Techno project.


The official name of the Bali Hinduism is Agama Hindu Dharma or Hindu. Agama means "religion"; dharma is not so easy to be caught. In fact, understanding the concept of dharma is the easiest way to understand the basic philosophy of Hinduism. Hinduism is largely concerned with dharma, the organizing force that maintains order. Dharma is the organization that the universe as a whole, leads the relationship between different parts and the actions under the different parts. Hinduism recognizes the universe as an organized whole in which every person, every animal, and everything is all encompassing. And each of these parts is in a clearly defined relationship to every other part. This relationship is dharma. A Hindu believes his actions, his karma in harmony with his dharma, "duty" or should be commissioned. A Hindu can not look at the world from the vantage point of his personal interests, without regard to the interests of his fellow men, his fellow creatures, and his fellow non-living objects. His karma must be in relation to them, and with his own dharma. If his karma meets his dharma, he contributes to order and harmony. If he does not, he contributes to disorder, chaos, and adharma. The degree to which a person performs karma one's dharma determines the future of one Atman, "peace of mind." Karma which not one's personal dharma fits produces fines - or at the time of improper conduct or in the future or in a future life. The only salvation of dharma is the organizing force is maintained at least as powerful as the disorderly, in order to maintain balance. A Hindu living in unison with dharma. He tries to desire, karma, responds with an action, karma, what affection is his dharma. The key word is "affectionate." Someone does not do good deeds as a Hindu, somebody behaves affectionate.

A Balinese Village is a true living organism

Bali's many temples and its inhabitants must be fed with a regular series of ceremonies, just as human beings have to consume food. So you keep the negative, impure forces of destruction in balance with the positive, holy, pure forces of the building. The Hindu Balinese philosophy set itself the universe and everything it comprises, as a balance between good and evil forces. Neither can be removed either, but evil things can happen if nothing is done to maintain the balance so that negative influences prevail. Religious ceremonies and rituals maintain this balance. The sweet sacrifice rings that you see every day as a visitor for the positive forces, but equal attention is given to their corresponding negative part, although it is not apparent to you.

Larger ceremonies are cooperative social events, various social groups working in the public interest to a joint project. Hundreds of villagers prepare together offerings, food and decorations for, and pay attention to the thousand and one details that larger ceremonies in the entail. But the main theme is naturally religious. The gods are invited to descend and take in the great temples which are reserved for them. A "ladder" of prayers and incense for their descent is provided by the pemangku. If the invited gods are present once they have suitable fed and entertained, as well as expect to be treated any human honored guest, but in this case additionally because the guests are divine. The perfumed air, the colors and decorations, the music, dance and entertainment, chanting the sacred texts, and are offered the intent of many offerings to satisfy all sensory perception of the holy visitors and welcome them in their earthly home and with their families,

Taman Dwarawati

Krishna’s garden or island under the ocean. 

A Spiritual Botanical Garden where the following Spirits will be reflected:

.The Barong a mythical: supernatural creature

.Bedawang, Bedawang Nala: World turtle carrying the earth on his back

.Barbuda: The eagle-like vehicle Batara Wisnu

.Hanuman: General in the army of monkeys in the Ramayana

.Kamasutra-Tantra: museum dedicated to eroticism from Hinduism

 .Kris: A short sword which carries magical powers 

.Krishna: One of the most popular folk heroes gods

.Mahabarata: Hindu tale of heroism and wisdom

.Sad Ripu: the six "enemies of humanity, lust, greed, anger, drunkenness, confusion, jealousy.

.Saraswati: Wife of Brahma and the goddess of books, science, knowledge and learning.

.Suarga And Neraka: Heaven and Hell. 

All the ingredients for the theme park will be designed in traditional and ritualistic manner by local artists and labor are made.


The botanical garden which includes the traditional villages Dukuh and Tauka will be surrounded by a dense hedge of bamboo. In this dense hedge will give traditional gates passage to the surrounding areas.

The garden is ± 80 hectares in size 800x1000 meters. The area is overgrown rough and hilly, with altitude differences of tens of meters. Narrow steep streets/paths and adventurous jungle paths traverse the rugged landscape.

The streets in Dukuh, the higher situated village will be lined on both sides with green bamboo  which passages emerge full of exotic plants and shrubs. It will be lovely to chill out in these shaded village streets will.

You can dream away in the small warungs or take a little stroll around.

The lower situated Tauka you find a well built by the Dutch in 1928. From the source building abundantly clear spring water flows into the rice fields. Small warungs overlooking lotus ponds with Koi Carp and water art will give you hours of relaxation and fun.

The highest point of Paradise of the Future is a plateau that rices up high above the villages and their surroundings. This plateau offers a breathtaking panorama of the spectacular surrounding rice fields, the sacred mountain Lempuyang and the sacred Mount Agung.

The plateau will have a green multi-purpose for art, meditation, exercise, rituals or just to enjoy.

On the terraced slopes of the plateau, colorful botanical gardens will be constructed in which Tiny eco houses for quests will be hidden in the landscape.


Given the numbers of visitors and lodge guests of the “Paradise of the Future” impact on the ecosystem will be duly taken into account.

Our aim is to use the latest environmental technology to apply the ALARA (as low as reasonable achievable) principle concerning environmental and cultural impact.

Good infrastructure concerning:

.Ecological Agriculture and Horticulture

.Running water (clear and fresh from own source building)

.Electricity (Wind, Micro Hydropower, biomass, photovoltaic)

.Sewerage (Care and treatment)

.Garbage collection (Recycling and waste processing)

.Communication resources (local/worldwide)

.Research and development: upgrading of traditional materials and their applications, for example, bamboo as a building material in the broadest sense of the aforementioned Eco Tiny houses and furniture , etc., Coconut fibers and Hemp as insulation material.

.Integration of Hightech in the field of satellite communication.

.Construction of fiber optic cables for internet, audio/video and multimedia.

 .A Concept for a Digital warung,  MET Spirit, Eco techno for all residents, guests accessible through an intranet.

.A digital magazine, covering spirituality, ecology and technology and Bali "Paradise of the Future" highlights, which can be accessed via the World Wide Web global "read" both the spot.

.The Guest on-site digital can see all the sights and facts, then he/she can make tailor-made trips. Global digital Bali visitors can take exotic knowledge via telepresence from their own familiar environment of natural wonders without equal.

Armchair, desk chair to aircraft seat, the ideal way to study entry for all exoteric. 

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