This came up on my Facebook page; It was originally posted by Ali Imdad and found its way to me by various ‘shares’. I found the photo and concept of kintsukuroi so touching. I don’t know what you think of this, but to me it speaks of endurance and redemption. It shows that when things go wrong and that there is forgiveness; rebuilding that relationship may then become more precious and more beautiful. Perhaps we enter into a state of grace?
I often find that it is the kindest people seeking an Angel Reading; sometimes looking for a way to become less caring; more boundaried; harder. My personal angel CB usually advocates acceptance and I am always quoting Colin Tipping of Radical Forgiveness fame to clients, saying that “You are perfect just the way you are”. But this can be hard to reaIise so I also will start handing out copies of the kintsukuroi above to back him up.
So that we may remember if we have been broken we are also whole; also beautiful; also worthy of contributing.
There is a liberation in being accepting of ones self and others. And strength too; as it allows honesty.
Here is CB’s interpretation “Know that you are entire unto yourself; the complexity and simplicity of the technique (kintsukuroi) is elegant beyond measure ; have faith in your right to be on earth. If some situations do not allow a repair then often it means that your vibration has changed. Learn well, look ahead, do not look back. Move on with grace’.
Wishing you a productive day; appreciate your own veins of gold, running deep within you. x