The Relationship Between the Practice of Suluk with Psychological Well Being Among the Saliks at Tarekat Naqsyabandiyah and Non-Saliks
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This research examines the relationship between the practice of suluk and psychological well-being among the saliks practicing suluk at Tarekat Naqsyabandiyah and among those who are non-saliks. This research uses method of quantitative method. The subjects of the study are the Muslim population in the city of Medan. They consist of those who have practiced suluk and those who have not practiced suluk at TarekatNaqsyabandiyah, and the are between 40 and 59 years old. The collection of quantitative data uses the psychological well-being questionnaire. The sample consists of 200 saliks and 200 non-saliks. Analysis of quantitative data was performed using the simple and multiple linear regression techniques. The findings from the quantitative analysis showed that the practice of suluk is positively related with psychological well-being and all its aspects.