To the book:
KINTSUGI - The big trend from Japan
What if we no longer had to hide the scars life left us? When our vulnerability is no longer a weakness, but a chance for growth and a sign of inner strength? Kintsugi is the ancient Japanese art of repairing what is broken. Masters of this craft have the skill to use gold powder to create works of art from broken pieces that are even more precious than the original objects.
It has long since developed into one of the strongest and most successful life lessons that Japan has to offer. This book shows how the philosophy of Kintsugi can also change our lives in amazing ways. It teaches us the secret of inner strength that carries us through difficult times and with the help of which we can build a new life after defeat that is even more precious than the old one.
• The art of living based on an old tradition and modern psychology
• With everyday exercises and suggestions
About the author:
Andrea Löhndorf studied German, English and Italian literary studies and has worked as a lecturer and program manager for various German publishing houses for over twenty years. In her main areas of psychology, life support and Eastern wisdom, she has accompanied numerous authors and book projects. She lives in Hamburg.
What does Kintsugi have in common with champagne? Read for yourself: https://www.champagne-characters.com/en/info/inspirationen/1315/inspirational-card-kintsugi