Spiritual Growth in Islamic Psychology Research
Islamic spirituality along with effects such as connection with God, heeding the world hereafter, loving the good, communicating with God through prayers, and leaving affairs to His discretion leads to spiritual growth while non-divine spirituality does not follow spiritual growth, its main concern being peace and joy in this world. In addition to positive spiritual attitudes and emotions, Islamic spirituality emphasizes the positive religious manners such as prayer, observance of privacy of the non-intimate, and attention to responsibilities. These rituals and moral considerations have a decisive role in spiritual growth.
Please cite this article as: Farhoush M. Spiritual Growth in Islamic Psychology Research. J Res Relig Health. 2019; 5(2): 1- 5. doi: https://doi.org/10.22037/jrrh.v5i2.24971
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