Garcia, the author of Ikigai, told the deep mantra of happy life, said – the simple things of life are often the most difficult to implement.

Famous Japanese writer Hector Garcia stated that “the simple things of life are often the most difficult to implement. Don’t think about retiring, don’t even think about work all the time, but be active. Do yoga. The right people in life This is very important. Hector Garcia spoke on Wednesday while discussing various aspects of life in a lively conversation with Indian writer, historian and thinker Vikram Sampath. This online session was organized by the Prabha Khaitan Foundation in Kolkata. This included online tet-a-tee sessions with writer, student, journalist and book-loving author Hector Garcia from across the country and abroad.

Garcia said that the small things in life remind us of what we should do. There are many ways to fight stress such as Mindfulness, Meditation and Yoga. You just have to smile. He said that I like simplicity and clarity. I have re-read my book during Kovid-19. You need to be reminded many times in life.Tried to discover the secrets of extraordinary long life

The book titled Ikigai Japanese Secret to a Long and Happy Life is written by Hector Garcia with Francis Miralles. This book by Hector Garcia has been translated into 57 languages. The book is an attempt to discover and reveal the world’s most densely led mysteries in the island of Okinawa in the Kyushu region of Japan, often described as one of the world’s largest blue zones. In the session Garcia referred to the ‘Blue Zone’ – a term coined by author Dan Buettner where people live long-term, such as Okinawa in Japan, Ogalistra in Sardinia (Italy), Loma Linda in California (USA). Nicoya Peninsula (Costa Rica) and Icaria (Greece). They suffer less from diseases and enjoy life.

The word Ikigai in Japanese means ‘reason to get up in the morning’.

According to the Japanese every person has an Ikigai. The word Ikigai in Japanese means ‘reason to get up in the morning’. It is also called the purpose of life or the reason for enjoying life. If there is a lack of things written within the circles in your life, then you are not able to live life in its fullness. Hector Garcia is a citizen of Japan, where he has lived for over a decade and was born in Spain. He is also a former software engineer.

He worked at CERN in Switzerland before moving to Japan, where he developed voice recognition software. He is also the author of the book A Geek in Japan. Garcia said that Ikigai is a mysterious Japanese word largely rooted in the joy of always being busy. The Japanese fill the stomach up to 80 percent during their meals.

Suffering makes the human soul more resilient and struggling

Garcia said that sufferings in life are not desirable, but they make the human soul more resilient and struggling and help us in life. After suffering a long illness, Garcia found his life as his Ikigai. He said that he has always been very keen. Writing the book proved to be healing for me.