Shalat Dalam Perspektif Imam Al-Ghazali (Kajian Sufistik)
This paper describes the meaning of prayer according to Imam Al-Ghaali by using the sufistic
approach. This research is descriptive qualitative research. In this context the results of data analysis
are presented in descriptive form by means of logical interpretations, so that it can be seen how the
meaning of prayer according to Imam Al-Gazali when viewed in terms of sufistik. The method of data
collection that uses in this field is listening method with basic tapping techniques, as well as advanced
techniques of referring to competent non-involvement (SBLC), and recording techniques in the
process of providing data.
The results of this study show: 1) Sufistic approach is a paradigm that focuses on the study of the
cleansing of the human soul, which is then used to understand certain problems. 2) Prayers are rituals
performed by a servant in order to find God where the ritual begins with takbir and ends with greetings
and conditions, besides that there are aspects that must exist when a servant carries out the ritual namely
the presence of the heart, understanding, glorification, fear, hope and shame. 3) There are six
components that must be fulfilled so that the prayer can be accepted by Allah SWT according to Imam
Al-Gazali's perspective; Presence of heart, understanding, glorification, fear, hope, and shame.
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