Kintsugi, Finding Strength In Imperfection by Céline Santin.
Japan is an inspiration in the personal growth and development field. Kintsugi is the ancient Japanese art of repairing broken pottery with powdered gold. Day after day, week after week, stage by stage, the object is cleaned, groomed, treated, healed, and finally enhanced. Nowadays it has also become a well-known therapy metaphor to resilience. This practical book will help you overcome rough times, heal your deepest wounds, and become whole again through the numerous stages, writing exercises, and testimonies.
Format: Paperback, Full Colour, 248 Pages.
Dimensions: 15.5cm x 22cm
Author: Céline Santin
Publisher: Andrews McMeel Books
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