Sufism and its Relationship with the Development of Human Potential

Jurnal Ilmiah Iqra'

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Title Sufism and its Relationship with the Development of Human Potential
 
Creator Zainal Badri, Khairul Nizam Bin
 
Subject Sufism; human; consciousness
 
Description Sufism and its Relationship with the Development of Human Potential. Research paper: Sufi thought is, in fact, an active mind because humans are seen as potential beings with high levels of consciousness. In the Sufi definition, the consciousness of mysticism is an active consciousness that leads to the introduction of God. This qualitatively conducted survey found that the introduction of God in a Sufi perspective will lead to the development of potential. Using a literature approach, this study also makes a comparison with Western views on the development of human potential. This introduction of God will further cultivate a love for God that will bring forth the knowledge of the development of human potential. This knowledge is a gift of God because, with this knowledge, man develops his potentials and then translates them into creativity, sharpness of mind, and optimism in life by God's truth
 
Publisher IAIN Manado
 
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Date 2021-12-26
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-reviewed Article
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://journal.iain-manado.ac.id/index.php/JII/article/view/1555
10.30984/jii.v15i2.1555
 
Source Jurnal Ilmiah Iqra'; Vol 15, No 2 (2021); 187-196
2541-2108
1693-5705
 
Language eng
 
Relation http://journal.iain-manado.ac.id/index.php/JII/article/view/1555/1130
 
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