Let haiku be on the UNESCO list! (14)

2015/10/28

 

Let haiku be on the UNESCO list!

 

Here is a letter of support of the campaign from Ms. Tereza Salajpal, Koprivnica, Croatia.

The former half is written in Croatian, and the latter half in English.

We sincerely wish to appreciate and share it with each other.

 

Dear Hidenori-san,

Tereza asked me to send her thoughts about haiku to you, she wrote them in Croatian,
e-mailed to me, I translated them into English, and she is now afraid she will not send it correctly to you.
Sending you regards from snowy Croatia,

Djurdja

 

Haiku kao pomoć pri iscjeljenju

 

Haiku zahtjeva usredotočenost na trenutak, na ovdje i sada, u kojem trebamo živjeti da bismo istinski živjeli život.Haiku je za mene doživljaj trenutka, onoga vani sa odjekom istog u duši – ili zrcaljenjem doživljenog iz duše prema van.

Haiku je i izricanje paradoksa – a paradoks omogućuje iščitavanje istine ili ukazivanje na istinu.Haiku cilja na nesvjesne procese – zato isčitavanje poruke zahtjeva domišljatost.Budući da dotiće emocije čovjeka i nesvjesno može biti odličan vodić u psihoterapiji – neprimjetno pomoći prepoznavanju unutarnjeg problema – mudrom porukom i poukom djelovati iscjeliteljski.Dakako i stvaranje haiku pjesama pomaže zacjeljivanju rana, kao svaki pjesnički uradak.U mojoj životnoj dobi, čini mi se kao amateru, da je odličan podržavatelj umnih sposobnosti – domišljatosti, kombinacije i dakako kod pravih haiku pjesnika umnosti- mudrosti.

 

Srdačan pozdrav

Prim. mr. sc. Tereza Salajpal, liječnica i pjesnikinja

 

Haiku – healing and being a helping hand to man

 

Haiku requires a focus on the moment, the here and now, where we should be living,  in order to  truly live our lives.  For me, haiku an experience of the moment in the outer world with an echo in my soul – or, a reflection of the experienced moment sent to the outer world. 

 

Haiku is the imposition of the paradox as well, and a paradox allows reading of truth or pointing to truth.  Haiku targets the unconscious processes, and that’s why readouts of  message noted the haiku way needs reader’s ingenuity.  Since haiku touches the emotions of man, he can unconsciously be a great guide in psychotherapy – insensibly help to identify internal problems and therefore, act in a healing manner.

Besides reading haiku poetry, creating haiku helps healing our wounds, like any other poetry.  

 

At my age, and I’m 82, haiku seems to be of a great support to my mental abilities – ingenuity, combinations and of course, to serious haiku poets, haiku my bring enlightenment and wittiness. 

 

Best regards

 Tereza Salajpal, Koprivnica, Croatia

 

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