Nevzat Tarhan’s ‘Rumi Therapy’ rendered into Persian
Publish Date : Monday 11 November 2019 - 15:28
IBNA- ‘Rumi Therapy’ by Turkish psychiatrist and author Nevzat Tarhan argues that the reason for massive welcome of Mowlana Rumi’s works in the United States lies in the fact that materialist system has failed.
According to IBNA correspondent, the book which has been translated into Persian by fatemeh Haidari and released by Paikan Publishing, considers ‘Masnavi’
from the view of modern psychology. It comprises a prologue, three main parts and an epilogue.
Mankind is rediscovering Rumi. His universal teachings are just as relevant as they were when he wrote them... All of us have much to learn from 13th century poet and scholar. Dr. Nevzat Tarhan
Turkish medical scientist, psychiatrist and neuropsychology expert explains how the wisdom inherent in Rumi's work, ‘Masnavi’, can be the cure we need for our souls and our psychological wellbeing.
Tarhan explains that we must take living wisdom of Rumi as a guide as we navigate our daily lives. He read ‘Masnavi’ as a work that treats our hearts and pysches in a manner that is a work that is now accepted by modern psychology. Tarhan's interpretive methods enable us to raise our awareness and see the truth within ourselves.
"Rumi will be the one who will show us the way as we transition from the information age to the age of wisdom. He affects the codes within our spiritual programming, activating tenderness within us."
‘Rumi Therapy’ in Persian has been published in 440 pages and 550 copies.