#105: The Surprising Lesson We Can All Learn From Japanese Pottery

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What does Japanese pottery have to teach us about feeling flawed and being kind to ourselves? Quite a lot, as it turns out. In this episode, I'm sharing the philosophy behind Kintsukoroi or Kintsugi, a method of mending broken, chipped or scratched pottery that turns the object's flaws into a thing of beauty rather than trying to hide them. Keep listening to discover how we can apply this to our own experiences and lives.

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Self-Compassion: The Proven Power of Being Kind to Yourself by Kristin Neff

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