STUDY OF THE PROCESS OF CALLING GOD'S NAME FROM SCIENTIFIC GLASSES: ASPECTS OF DZIKRULLAH BY SCIENCE

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Iskandar Ibrahim

Keywords

Zikrullah, Sains, Brain Wave, Human Brain, Sound Wave

Abstract

Purpose of the study:This study is an academic response to a long debate about the practice of zikrullah in the community in order to get answers scientifically.


Methodology:The author uses combined data in this study, qualitative data to find models of zikrullah and quantitative data through Electro Encephalo Graf to see the mechanisms and effects of zikrullah on the human brain.


Main Findings: The results of the study show that in zikrullah there are five main aspects, namely the aspect of breathing as a mechanism for gas exchange for metabolism in the body, the voiceless aspect as the process of presenting zikrullah energy which will be transmitted to the brain, aspects of hearing to accelerate the presence of alpha waves, aspects of remembering as mental processes affect the limbic system and the aspect of the body's pattern as a union of several energy points.


Applications of this study:Therefore, the authors conclude that this study is a new approach to seeing the process and expressing the significance of the zikrullah towards humans. The United Nations, especially WHO can use the results of this study to help humanity who needs a spiritual approach.


Novelty:Zikrullah has been practiced for more than a thousand years.The name of Allah has been mentioned throughout the history of mankind, but an explanation of the aspects of zikrullah according to the scientific perspective has not yet been completed. The attention of Islamic scientists who are still little about the mystical phenomenon causes an explanation of aspects of zikrullah according to the scientific perspective has not been completed.

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