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The Origins of Sufi Islam
Religion and Theology
Pages 9 (2259 words)
Frequently related with Rumi's verses and recurrently associated with spiraling dervishes, Sufism is usually considered for being an expansion absolutely distant from conventional practices of Islam. Sufism is the form mysticism takes in Islam. Its name is derived from the Arab word for wool, "Suf", the material used by the early Muslim mystics for their clothing.
Asceticism and Remembrance to Allah "Dhikr" used to be the specific affection for Sufis in the initial phase of Sufism, and this was the initiation of innovated performs to support the spiritual exercises. However, during the primary stage earlier to the association with innovated customs and controlled commands, intellectuals alarmed general public about the intense nature of Sufism. 2This innovated development originated from Iraq (Basra) and the great religious scholars like Imam Malik, Imam Shafi and Ahmed bin Hanbal didn't gave positive remarks for it. They were of the opinion that such extreme rituals are impracticable. This was a beginning in the direction of extreme prayers, which may destined towards distortion, as it was not established on a valid set of guidelines provided by religion. Instead it was based on embellished sensation of human beings. ...
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