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Kintsukuroi: Broken Places are Golden


Let’s all create beauty by celebrating our dark and broken places. We can transform our wounds into golden shafts of light. Jamie’s post is a treasure, especially at this time in our history.

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A piece of pottery that broke, was repaired with gold, and is now Kintsukoroi. Do you see the Rune symbol?(Image shared on a Kintsukoroi post on Camiimac.) A piece of pottery that broke, was repaired with gold, and is now Kintsukoroi. (Image shared on a Kintsukoroi post on Camiimac.)

I admit, the sheer beauty of some of these words calls me to them and inspires me into their mysteries!

Kismet, Wabi SabiWu Wei (the art of non-doing), and Kintsukoroi, for example. Each has its own mystery, its own invitation to us.

Kintsukoroi, for its part, is the exquisite inclination to see the potential beauty in and then make art from the shards of something that’s broken.

As Leonard Cohen sang, “There is a crack … a crack in everything; that’s how the light shines through.”

Those working the magic of Kintsukoroi piece things back together, using precious metals like gold, silver, and I’d suggest copper, because it’s beautiful.

Why do they do this? Why do they bother with something that most…

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3 comments on “Kintsukuroi: Broken Places are Golden

  1. love this! thank you for sharing linda! a great one to reblog ❤

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    1. litebeing says:

      thanks Tania. I knew how important this post’s message is deep inside of me 😉

      ah the magic of blogging!

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      1. yeppers!! hehe!! 😉

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