“Listen From Ney”
He talks about the symbolic meanings of mystical concepts and elements of cult culture, from the ney, which became a burning fire with the sound of “hu” by the neyzen, to the groaning groaning with the cry of Allah, from the love that resurrects the dead and worships the sultan, to the real asceticism that is to get rid of the bond of the transient (temporary world).
With this book, the layer-by-layer meanings of the couplets and stories of the Mesnevi that we think we understand are laid before us one by one. For example, in the story “The Sultan and the Concubine”, we begin to see the sultan as the soul, the concubine as the soul, and the physicians as the sheikhs and masters. The book refreshes our knowledge about Mevlana and Mesnevi and adds new ones to them.
Ö. Tuğrul İnançer , with his unique poetic style, almost makes the words whirl, embroidering the word. In fact, by feeding on the past that never passed, it paves the way from spirituality and literature to ingenuity and truth.