A ceramic heart fixed by Kintsugi, the japanese art of fixing cracks with gold

The Japanese have a tradition of fixing broken pottery by repairing the cracks with gold, called Kintsugi.

This helps remind us to embrace our flaws and imperfections and see the difficulties we’ve survived in our journey as those things that make us beautiful.

Today I want to remind those of you struggling with chronic illness, depression or anxiety: don’t give up, there is always hope and it’s always possible to heal!

My story of how my Animal Reiki practice helped heal my lifetime burden of severe anxiety is in the July issue of ELLE Magazine Singapore, in an article called “Power to Her,” featuring 3 women who took back power in their lives – a designer, a Reiki practitioner (me) and a yoga teacher.

My favorite quote they included from my interview is, “I always thought that my anxiety made me weak, but now I see that it is the thing that made me the strongest, and I have much more empathy for others now because of my own suffering. In that way, it was a gift to my life.”

CLICK HERE to read the article, “Power to Her,” in ELLE Magazine Singapore

Want a step-by-step guide to transforming your struggles into strengths? Take my video course Heart to Heart Animal Reiki today!

Suitable for all animal lovers who desire to make a real difference in the world, this course will help you heal yourself as you harness the power of love and compassion for the good of animals.

Stay safe, be well and may the animals light your way!


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