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. Useful Links Self-Compassion: The Proven Power of Being Kind to Yourself by Kristin Neff Say Hello Hannah Pinterest: pinterest.com/hannahbraime Facebook: facebook.com/becomingwhoyouare Website: becomingwhoyouare.net Get a Free Audiobook from Audible This podcast is brought to you by Audible.com. If you enjoy Becoming Who You Are, you can support the show by registering for a free 30-day trial using the link below. As part of your trial, you’ll get a free audiobook and can cancel any time. Subscribe to the Podcast Intro and outro: Stephanie Murphy The post #105: The Surprising Lesson We Can All Learn From Japanese Pottery appeared first on Becoming Who You Are.