Inspired by the ancient Japanese philosophy of repairing broken pottery with gold, Kintsugi entrusts an artist to reimagine damaged creations by highlighting the originals "scars" as if they were an intentional part of its design...
A metaphor for the art of healing ourselves, through this lens, we transform our struggles and narratives into a reality more unique, beautiful, and ultimately far more interesting than before.
How, exactly? And what is “our” gold?
Realigning ourselves holistically, we must first look at the biology of our beliefs, or epigenetics, which demonstrates how OUR thoughts become OUR reality.
Only then, when synchronizing our food to nature's seasons and circadian rhythms, learning to breathe and move as she intended, and retuning sound frequencies to heal our souls will we better benefit from and empower a more sustainable evolution of our bodies, experiences, and most importantly, our reality.
"but, without the presence of imperfections, the wonders of the world would not be so breathtaking..."
A wellness toolbox of sorts... compiled over the last two (plus) decades, below are a few of the people and resources - books, sounds, meals and more, who have empowered my own “repair", sustainably. Xoxo
“Your current behaviors are simply a reflection of your current identity.”
- James Clear
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