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ebrahimi G, radmanesh A M. An Analysis of the Gnostic Psychotherapy Practices in the Military Reservoir. عرفانیات در ادب فارسی 2019; 10 (38) :179-197
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Persian poets have enjoyed their contemporary scholars and scholars on the literary sciences of the time, such as jurisprudence, theology, psychology, mysticism, philosophy, history, geography, medicine and astronomy. One of these poets, Hakim Jamal al-Din Abu Muhammad Ilyas bin Yusuf bin Zaki, is the military leader of the Ganja, the great speech of the Azerbaijani Republic of Iran in the sixth century AH.
As it turns out from his poems, military virtue is not exclusive to poetry and poetry, he has been interested in literary techniques, history and stories from youth, and has been successful in science education. Although he is known as the masterpiece of Masnavi, the author of the narrative of storytelling in Persian poetry, he reveals his profound knowledge of the mysteries of his reservoir. It is natural that humans encounter problems and obstacles in the descents of life, work and education, which relaxes them from calm, discomfort and social anomalies, and makes them tired and desperate. In such a situation, a poet's poetry can take away sadness and grief from one person, and instead of seeding hope and vitality and belief. Mental health is one of the main perspectives in military poetry. With these precious resources, he links to the eternity of life and the greatness of values, and promises and encourages tomorrow. Mental health creates uninterrupted lives and underpins many of the barriers and problems of life.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2018/12/7 | Accepted: 2019/04/24 | Published: 2020/01/9

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