Psychic Experiences In Sufism And Modern Era

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Mazhar Farid Chishti , Prof. Dr. Farooq Hassan , Dr. Muhammad Shahid Habib , Dr. Ikram Ul Haq , Tahmina Iqbal


There is always a spiritual element to everything we do as humans, even when we are healthy and when we are ill. Spirituality is no longer only a religious or mystic concept; it is now universally accepted as an important aspect in overall health and well-being. In recent years, neuroscience has been used to study spirituality. As a result, this area of investigation has been explored since it appears to have considerable potentiality of both understanding mental disease and expanding treatment techniques. As a prominent Islamic spiritual tradition, Sufism is influenced by Christianity and Hinduism among other major global religions. Many people, both Muslim and non-Muslim, have benefited greatly from its impact on their spiritual health. It has been centuries since Sufism has been preached. There have been many important Sufis throughout Islamic history, but it wasn't until the mediaeval period that Sufism reached its greatest height and culminated in the development of many Sufi communities and its major proponents that it was truly at its peak. Spiritual realization is the purpose of Sufism; the soul is considered as a conduit through which this interaction occurs. " Those who adhere to Sufism believe that God is not only the source of all things, but also the only source of significance in life. To comprehend religious experience and how it impacts one's mental health, this might be an important relationship.

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