Contemplation : an Islamic psychospiritual study / Malik Badri. [print]Material type: TextLanguage: English Original language: Arabic Publisher: London, England : International Institute of Islamic Thought, (c)2018; ©2018Description: xxxi, 138 pages ; 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781565645660; 1565645669Subject(s): Intellect -- Religious aspects -- Islam | Faith and reason -- Islam | Islam -- PsychologyLOC classification: BP175.C668 2018BP175.H528.C668 2018COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
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Contemplation: A modern psychological perspective Contemplation: The works of early Muslim scholars Islamic contemplation and modern meditation procedures The Qur'an and the contemplation of God's creation Contemplation as an unrestricted form of worship Contemplation of the invisible and its limits Individual levels of contemplation Experimental science and religion: The cosmic laws.
In this powerful exploration into the human mind and its relationship with the human spirit, Malik Badri invites the reader to open the door to self-discovery, purpose and spirituality through the practice of contemplation, reflection and meditation - understanding the true meaning and experience of spirituality as well as one s own place in Creation. Whilst central to worship in Islam, this will also be of great interest to, and help any reader wishing to explore the notion of spirituality whether as part of worship or simply as part of self development and inner healing.
Malik Badri is a Distinguished Professor of Psychology, Ahfad University, Sudan currently on secondment to Istanbul Zaim University, Turkey. He is holder of the Ibn Khaldun Chair in the Kulliyyah of Islamic Revealed Knowledge and Human Sciences, the International Islamic University Malaysia. A qualified therapist, he has served as Professor, Head of Department, Dean of Faculty and Acting Vice-Chancellor at various international universities. He is former UNESCO Expert in Psychology, Institute of Pedagogy, Ethiopia (1973-74); and WHO expert in the Committee on Traditional Medical Practices (1980-84). Author of books and numerous articles, he has received many awards including in 2003 the Zubair Prize for Academic Excellence, the highest academic award in Sudan. ~ Amazon