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Self-Hypnosis and Its Effect on Human's Inner Being from Quranic Verses Point of View
M. Esmaeili Zamanabad 1, S. Alipour 2
1- Quran & Hadith Sciences Department, Humanities Faculty, Urmia Branch, Islamic Azad University, Urmia, Iran
2- Quran & Hadith Sciences Department, Humanities Faculty, Urmia Branch, Islamic Azad University, Urmia, Iran , dr.sadralipour@gmail.com
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Introduction: The evolutionary goal of man (Proximity to God) is not achieved except through the cultivation of the human soul, and the cultivation and the desires to harmonize the appearance and the inner being; therefore, it is one of the foundations of Islamic education to refine the appearance in order to pay attention to the inside. Accordingly, the current study aimed at investigating the outer appearance refinement taking into account all words and deeds included in self-hypnosis by a documentary and library method, with a religious look, as well as the austerity aspects of words and deeds. We also examined both negative and positive self-hypnosis, that is to say, inculcations that are not and should not be made, and inspirations that are positive and should be applied.
Conclusion: Inner and outer dimensions of man constantly influence each other. The human appearance as the first order of his being is continuously impacting the inner part, and by doing so, he is guided by the path of reformation and transcendence. Appearance reformation can ultimately lead to the formation of a person's inner being and personality. Pretense is considered disgrace when it comes to people's sight and for show off, but if it comes to the inside and is in the process of perfect education, it is acceptable and will be of special importance in the educational system, because it will result in the natural and scientific flourishing of the individual; and ultimately leads to the cultivation and refinement of his soul, and such a person is able to originate in transformation in other humans.
Keywords: Appearance and inner self, Self-hypnosis, Self-imposed, Word and deed
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2018/06/6 | Accepted: 2018/07/21 | Published: 2018/09/22
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Esmaeili Zamanabad M, Alipour S. Self-Hypnosis and Its Effect on Human's Inner Being from Quranic Verses Point of View. Quran and Medicine. 2018; 3 (3) :155-163
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