:: Volume 6, Issue 20 (Autumn 2015) ::
تاریخ فرهنگ و تمدن اسلامی 2015, 6(20): 99-130 Back to browse issues page
A Historical Investigation on Showing the Entrance and Influence of the Ahl ul-Bayt’s Spiritual Teachings into Sufism and Mysticism
Mohammad Nasiri *1, Mohammadreza Rajabi2, Asghar Norouzi3
1- of Islamic M’arif and Thought from the University of Tehran , nasiri.m@ut.ac.ir
2- from Farabi Campus of the University of Tehran
3- form the University of Religions and Denominations
Abstract:   (3487 Views)

The developed spirituality in the society’s framework and presence of a group of spiritual students from this school among public by Imams of Ahl ul Bayt are among the important factors being taken into consideration about spiritual and inner affairs in the Islamic Society. Detailed investigation in the works of the Sufists shows a certain field of Shiite education being only existed in the words of Ahl ul-Bayt and a researcher could clearly find the Shia spirit in the mystical materials of these books though it is a spirit embodied in a damaged body by some external problems during the time in some cases. The study has a glimpse on the manner of entrance of some spiritual Hadiths and educations of Ahl ul-Bayt into Sufism. The results of the study show that appropriate evidences could be achieved to prove the Shiite origin of Islamic mysticism. These evidences could be obtained from the view of Sofia to Ahl ul-Bayt and the means of penetration of their educations to Sufism i.e. the Sofia scholars and their written heritage such as Al-Loma’, Al-Resalat ul-Qashiryeh, and Qovvat ul-Qoloub.

Keywords: Sufism, Shia, Ahl ul-Bayt, Mystical Hadiths, Sofia, Mystical Book.
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Received: 2015/04/12 | Accepted: 2015/09/16 | Published: 2017/03/12

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