जीवनशैली क्या हो? हम शान्त, आनन्दित कैसे रहें? ये प्रश्न सदा से मानव मन मेंं उठते रहे हैंं। विचारकों ने विचार करके, तरीक़े निकाले, उस तरह जीये। उनका जीवन शान्त, आनन्दित हो गया तो उन्होंने वे तरीके लिख दिये।भारत मेंं उन्हें शास्त्र नाम दे दिया गया। वेद, उपनिषद, गीता आदि।पूरे संसार में अनेकों व्यक्तियों ने इसके बारे मेंं लिखा। रुमी, लाओत्सू, आदि। पर, समय के बदलने के साथ-साथ उन शास्त्रों के मतलब भी बदल दिये गये। उसका परिणाम हम आज कर्मकांड, अंधविश्वास आदि के रूप मेंं देख रहे हैं।मुझे लगा उन पुस्तकों के सही रूप को हिन्दी भाषा मेंं लिख दूं तो मैंने कुछ पुस्तकों का अनुवाद कर दिया।
Mannan ke Kshan
In this Episode the book of the author, Malti Johari, that contains thought provoking one liners.
Kavya Veethiyan and Antardhwaniyan
This Episode contains two books of the author Malti Johari.
Kavya Veethiyan are poems relating to nature, mind, God, politics, karma, and dharma.
Antardhwaniyan also has some poems that reflect the inner voice of the author. Some poems relate to different emotions and also on death.
Vichar Tarangen: Thought Waves
This Episode contains some thoughts of the Author, Malti Johari, in prose.
These are thoughts relating to nature, behaviour of people, thoughts on characters in mythology and Indian epics like the Mahabharata and some small and big events in life.
11. Zen Haikus: at the time of death
In this Episode the Zen Haikus of Soko, Soriyu, Takuchi, Sunaw, Sukoku, Tanko, Tambo, Wakiyu, and Yaohiko have been narrated.
The Zen saints say that once our work in this life is completed we move on to another life.
The Master says that each person has to learn on their own, so at the time of death the Master is in peace.
When death comes as a guest to my house, I am ready to welcome it with open arms.
Life is a mirror and we should learn from the reflection. There are many Haikus, but in the podcast a few selected one's were narrated. Hope you liked them.
10. Zen Haikus: at the time of death
In this Episode the Zen Haikus of Rayshi, Retsu Zan, Ryokan, Saikaku, Senryu, Setsudo, Sharyu, Shei, Shokai, Shizan, Shogetsu, And Shogo have been narrated.
The Zen saints at the time of death have expressed their deep understanding of life and death. They say that just as a frog hibernates and comes back, or as we change our old clothes for new, similarly in death we leave our this body and come back in another. Life is a constant change, and death is also a change.
They say that just as in life wevsay that this moment too will pass by, similarly this moment of death will also pass by.
They say that if we lead our lives by living in the present moment consciously, then at the time of death we realise who we really.
9. Zen Haikus: at the time of death
In this Episode the Zen Haikus of Toko, Ta Hui, Kasho, Koho Kenichi, Ikieu Sojun, Hoshin, Dokyo Etan, Ani Benon, Basui Tokuso, Derin Soto, Kenju, Kibai, Koha, Kyokusai, Kozan, Kyoshu, Masahyde, and Mokuku have been narrated.
They state that there are no rules or compulsions in Zen philosophy, and even the writing of the Haikus at the time of death is not necessary. They state we have led our lives, and the student can learn from our lives while we are alive and learn by her/his own experience too. It all depends on the individual. The main understanding is to live in the present moment, do whatever work that comes in front of us with full consciousness.