THE PATH OF PSYCHOSPIRITUAL INTERVENTION FOR SELF HEALING: THE MULTI RELIGION PERSPECTIVES

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Nisa Rachmah Nur Anganthi
Zahrotul Uyun

Keywords

Intervention, Psycho-spiritual, Self-healing, Multi-religion, Psychological Problem

Abstract

Purpose: The research of spiritual-religion diversity based on culture shows that psychological health gets through worship, faith, and knowledge. The letter aims to find of self-healing method based on psycho-spiritual doctrine in the Indonesian culture.


Methodology: The method of descriptive-qualitative is used to explore five informants who participate in every religion including Islam, Christian, Catholic, Hindu, and Buddha. The selection of informants based on certain criteria that they must have functional and structural of comprehensive spiritual-religious doctrine on the private higher education institution based on religion in Yogyakarta and Center Java. Besides, the informants are lecturer, man, and at least thirty years of age. Information gathering makes use of documentation, deep interview, and questionnaire method. Data analysis uses content analysis that has abstracted from finding of verbatim themes.


Results: The result describes that each adherence of religion is convinced about all of the doctrine from their holy book. They convince that the doctrine has a solution for the psychological problem of human being, but the procedure and method are unique and specific, that is to become the identity of each religion. Healing level of the psychological problem depends on their worship, faith, and knowledge.


Implications: The conclusion is that psycho-spiritual method based on religion can be able to increase the psychological health of adherence through self-healing. The research implication shows that they need to sustainable examination for the implementation of each method for adherence.

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