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taban fard A, rasmi S. Analysis of "nomadic Arab and his wife "in movlana s masnavi e manavi in the base of martin Seligman s positive theory. CLRJ 2018; 6 (3) :23-44
URL: http://clrj.modares.ac.ir/article-12-16588-en.html
1- phd student of Persian literature of university of tabriz
2- lecturer of Persian literature of university of Tabriz
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Positive psychology is a new movement in psychology science that emphasis to build and deployment positive excitement to creation shield and obstacle in front of spirit disorders and the increase of happiness. This approach emphasis to the recognition of factors and nourishment of capabilities which assemble promotion health and happiness. Theoretical base of positive psychology belongs to Martin Seligman. He believed that joy includes delightful, commitments and significant life. Positive excitement which positive psychology emphasis to it, create better power for compatibility and, resiliency in confronting to the life's problems. Movlana s opinions as one of greatest Persian literature Gnostics and poets, containing to more outstanding psychology doctrine. This poet and gnostic in his massive Manavi, show most various psychotherapy methods practically.in this research has been tried to analysis in one of masnavi s story as "nomadic Arab and his poor wife", cure method as "strengths-centered counseling" which is one of the cure methods of positive psychotherapy. Until has been distinguished that movlana s opinion have many of capacity psychology in addition to literary and aesthetics capacity.
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Subject: Pathology of Schools and Approaches to Adaptive Literature
Received: 2017/12/2 | Accepted: 2018/12/15 | Published: 2018/12/15

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