THE ROLE OF PARENTS IN USING DHIKRULLAH TO STIMULATE CHILDREN’S MUTHMAINNAH CHARACTER

Iskandar Ibrahim

Abstract


Character as an accumulation of the dynamics of the structure of the human soul has been the object of psychic studies of scientists since 1879, but has not yet been completed until to day. This study is an academic response to get answer scientifically regarding vibration participation as a stimulus to the plasticity of a child's brain awaranrss for character building. Although there has been a cognitive revolution, but studies about the vibration of dhikrullah as a stimulus to develop brain plasticity as a center for character building in children have not been found. The author uses qualitative and quantitative method for this study. Qualitative data from 4 informant in order to find the dhikrullah model and quantitative data to obtain 10 samples through the subject using Electro Encephalo Graf (EEG) to see the effects of the dhikrullah on human brain awaraness. The results of the study show that dhikrullah influences brain awaraness proven to be able to present alpha waves as a stimulus to produce endhorphin. Physical movements when doing dhikrullah can cause artifacts as evidence of disturbances in consciousness. The effects of dhikrullah affect the subject's emotions, crying and joy. Therefore, the authors conclude that using dhikullah to develop brain plasticity in order to build children's character is a new approach. The goverment of Indonesia, specifically psychologist can use the results of this study to develop children's character through a spiritual vibrational approach.

Keywords: Dhikrullah, Stimulus, Awaraness, Character


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