Sufi Method of Treatment & Physical Illness Healing in Hindu Pak Sufis

Faisal Nabi, Syed Yaseen Shah Bukhari


Every aspect of human experience, including health and illness, has a spiritual component. Spirituality is now recognized as one of the key factors influencing health, and it is no longer just the domain of mysticism and religion. Spirituality has become a focus of neuroscience study in recent years, and it appears to have great promise for improving therapeutic therapies as well as our understanding of psychiatric morbidity. Sufism has been a well-known spiritual movement in Islam, drawing inspiration from major world faiths like Christianity and Hinduism and making a significant contribution to the spiritual health of many people both inside and outside the Muslim world.

Sufism began in the early days of Islam and had many notable Sufis, but it wasn’t until the mediaeval era that it rose to its greatest height, culminating in a number of Sufi groups and its leading proponents. The Sufism promotes God as the sole source of genuine existence as well as the cause of all existence, and it seeks communication with God through spiritual realization, with the soul serving as the medium for this communion. It might offer a crucial connection for comprehending the origin of religious experience and how it affects mental health. In this connection author has attempted to address the Sufi of 18 century to 19 century, well-known Sufi Sain baba RA was benefited by haji Ali shah Buskhari.

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