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Your broken pieces are where your treasure lies



"Gold in the Cracks takes you on a journey to prove that your broken pieces are where your treasure lies." 
-- John Gray, author of Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus


     In this inspiring book, award-winning designer and international bestselling author Rani St. Pucchi draws from the wisdom gained from having helped more than 20,000 women in her 30-year career as well as from her own life experiences.

     Using the principle of Kintsugi, a Japanese technique for repairing broken pottery with gold lacquer, Rani takes you on a journey to wellness and wholeness. Rani reminds us that all beautiful things have imperfections--not perfect is perfect. Wounds and healing are honest parts of our history and should be celebrated, not hidden. When you embrace your flaws and wear your scars proudly, that is when true beauty emerges.


     Gold in the Cracks offers you:

  • Insightful questions to help you reflect on your past and illuminate your path forward.
  • Beautifully presented analogies and stories that highlight key concepts.
  • Affirmations to use as a simple, powerful tool to invite happiness into your life.
  • Worksheets for journaling your thoughts.


This is not a book to read, but a life plan to follow!

By reframing your story, you can heal from your hurt and own all your parts. Your life is your story. There is beauty to be admired in broken things because they allow light to shine through like never before. Pick up your pieces one by one, then lovingly fill your cracks with gold and transform your life.




Russell Vann
Author
GhettoBastard1968@gmail.com
PO Box 1223
Conifer Colorado 80433-1223
USA

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