• Ramezan Mahdavi Azadboni
  • Khadijeh Aghajani Kasgari



Abstract. Subject: The mental health is a status of perfect rehabilitation by which individual are able to
perceive their own capabilities and adapted to stressors of normal life and shared with production in their community. The religious experience is also a type of immediate awareness of divinity position. Objective: The methodology of this study is of librarian and field type and research statistical population is composed of teachers in schools of Babolsar city and they were chosen and analyzed as 256 participants based on Morgan’s table of sample size. Then, research hypotheses were tested by data collection using a questionnaire with reliability coefficient (88.4%). Findings: The results of regression test indicated that variable of religious experience (religiosity) has significantly affected physical function, lack of anxiety, lack of depression, and social practice in teachers of Babolsar city. Conclusion: Paying attention to spiritual dimension empowers the human and contributes to him/ her in toleration of life difficulties and prevent human from anxiety, worry, and thus their consequences e.g. suicide etc. the real spirituality is life knowledge in fact and it trains human how to preserve his/ her spiritual and mental health and guarantee natural growth of soul by enjoying active and useful social life. Surely, these trainings will be led to personal and family health and eventually health of community.
Keywords: Religious experience (religiosity), Mental health, Teachers.


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