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JCR. 2020; 7(8): 1580-1585


ANALYSIS OF QODIRIYAH NAQSYABANDIYAH'S ZIKIR TARIQAT AS A THERAPY FOR DRUG RECOVERY IN MALAYSIA

Abu Bakar Ahmad Mansor, Khairiah Mohd Yassin, Shukri Ahmad.

Abstract
Drug addiction is a dangerous problem that continues to haunt the country to this day. Recurring without a noticable end even though the government has introduced various treatment methods and programs to curb the issue. This study is presented as an effort to highlight in addition to conventional methiods the best treatments based on spiritual therapy to aid the process of drug rehabilitation in Malaysia. The study examines the concept of remembrance from the perspective of the Qodiriyah Naqsyabandiyah Zikir Tariqat as a therapy for drug rehabilitation in Malaysia. This is a qualitative study which incorporates the method of interpretation to unravel the remembrance method as a therapy for drug addicts. Data collection was made through library research by examining key works related to TQN and concept of remembrance. The descriptive textual analysis method was used to analyze TQN concept and remembrance as a psychospiritual approach to drug addicts in Malaysia. The findings of this study found that the TQN remembrance method practiced by addicts at selected drug rehabilitation centers has a positive impact on drug rehabilitation. The implications of this study can fundamentally enhance and harmonize existing methods of drug rehabilitation in Malaysia. This is because the principle of zikir therapy is proven to improve one’s spiritual and mental health, besides helping addicts recover completely from this problem.

Key words: Tariqat Zikir; Tarekat Qodiriyah Naqsyabandiyah, Therapy, Drug Recovery



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