Lotus and swamp

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Title: Lotus and Swamp: The Art of Transforming Suffering

Author: Titch Knut Han

Translator: Ali Amirabadi

Publisher: Bidgol

Subject: Spiritual life – Buddhism / Suffering – Religious aspects

Age category: Adult

Number of pages: 139

Language: Farsi

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Introducing the book Lotus and Swamp by Titch Knut Han
In Niloofar and Mardab, Titch Knut Hannah, in the context of the wisdom that rench and treasure or flower and flower, consider each other necessary and necessary, introduces ways to infuse suffering without being subdued by it.

In this book, with the clarity and feeling of love that is now his seal and signature, he, as a teacher who teaches the art of happiness, helps us to recognize and be influenced by the wonders that are both inside and around us. The same wonders that over time have taken them for granted and we have become oblivious to them.
In the same vein, he tells us about procrastination, mindfulness breathing, and deep concentration, and how these actions can create or awaken the power of mindfulness in the womb of everyday life.

Introducing the book Niloofar and the Swamp: The Art of Transforming Sufferings
The book Lotus and the Swamp: The Art of Transforming Suffering by Tick Knut Han is inspired by Buddhist motifs to provide appropriate solutions to cope with suffering and problems and lead you to a happy life.

Introducing Niloufar and Mardab book:
There are many people who have great sufferings and on the other hand do not know how to manage them. For many people, this problem occurs at a young age. With these interpretations, why do not schools teach young people how to manage suffering? If the student is very sad, he can not concentrate and learn something. The unmanaged suffering of modern man affects others as well. So the more we learn the true art of suffering, the less suffering there will be in the world.

Suffering and happiness are both natural in nature, meaning that they are unstable and constantly changing. The secret of happiness lies in this point and you must learn to change and control suffering, not to run away from it.
In No mud, no lotus, Thich Nhat Hanh offers inspirational exercises to change suffering and find true happiness.

Tick ​​Nathan, a Buddhist monk and peace activist, teaches you how to deal with suffering.

On the other hand, the most fundamental problem of human beings is that they do not understand themselves and their world well, and the book Lotus and the Swamp introduces you to the wonderful world inside you, so that you can continue your life with inner peace and tranquility.

Learn more about Tick Knut Han:
He is known as a Zen poet, writer, researcher and Buddhist monk. Tick ​​Knut, one of the New York Times bestsellers, has written many books, all of which have always been well received.

The Buddhist monk was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 1967, and Martin Luther King Jr. was so impressed by his thoughts that he was admired. Among the other works of this author, we can mention such things as walking meditation, the art of attachment and living, loyalty, and so on.

Learn more about Tick Knut Han:
He is known as a Zen poet, writer, researcher and Buddhist monk. Tick ​​Knut, one of the New York Times bestsellers, has written many books, all of which have always been well received.

The Buddhist monk was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 1967, and Martin Luther King Jr. was so impressed by his thoughts that he was admired. Among the other works of this author, we can mention such things as walking meditation, the art of attachment and living, loyalty, and so on.

Selected sentences of Niloufar and Mardab book:
When you are in love with someone, you want to give them something that can make them happy.
– There is no realm in which there is only happiness and enough, no suffering.
Being happy does not mean that all suffering is over.
Who is recommended to read the book Niloofar and Mardab?
If you want to have a happy life and learn to control your suffering, this book is definitely the best choice for you.

In the lotus and lagoon section, we read:
In the life of each of us, some diseases are rooted in our own sorrows and sufferings, but some of them have been passed down to us from our ancestors. Think of a corn stalk growing from a seed. Every cluster and leaf of corn contains the nature of that first seed.

The same is true of individual plant cells. Just as the corn plant follows the corn seed, so do you follow your parents.

When you look at your five-year-old photo, you may be asking yourself, “Am I the same person I was as a child?” You can not answer this question with “yes” or “no”.
What you are now means that your appearance, feelings, mental states, perceptions and awareness are very different from your childhood. Obviously, you are not exactly the same person, that five-year-old. Of course, you are wrong to say that you are a “completely” different person from that time. What you are now is the sequel to that child.

She had an abortion before my mother gave birth to me. Was the child who could not be born my brother or me ?! I was not that child, but there was not much difference between me and him. In other words, I inherited my feet from my ancestors. I know very well that when I walk I walk with my feet, but these feet belong to them as well. I see my father’s arms in my arms. I see my mother’s hands in mine. I follow in my parents’ footsteps.

Index of the book
Introduction Translator
Chapter One: The Art of Transforming Suffering
Chapter Two: Greeting the Suffering
Chapter 3: Looking Deeply at Suffering
Chapter Four: Comfort
Chapter Five: Five Ways to Irrigate the Seeds of Happiness
Chapter 6: Happiness is not a personal matter
Exercises for happiness
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