Wabi-Sabi by Sophie Licht

I invite you to find a quiet moment, take a deep breath and ask yourself this question:

Is imperfection avoided, tolerated or embraced in yourself and your life?

Wabi-Sabi, an ancient Japanese philosophy centred on acceptance of transience and imperfection, holds a powerful key to greater emotional well-being, joy and presence in life and work.

Whether you are seeking more ease, flow and peace in your everyday life or more joy, motivation and purpose at work, Wabi-Sabi helps us to find beauty and meaning in things that are imperfect, impermanent and incomplete. 

The Wabi-Sabi way

  • Emphasising the value of simplicity and having appreciation for our inconsistent, naturally imperfect world.
  • Wabi-Sabi welcomes a more intentional pace, a deep breath and more mindful thinking and behaviour.
  • Wabi-Sabi gives us permission to be exactly as we are now, to accept our realities in the moment, and to take the next best step with confident ease.
  • It is a reminder that life is always in a state of progress and nothing that exists is perfect, nor does it have to be, in order to move forward.
  • Just like nature, everything happens in cycles, nothing stagnates.
  • Wabi-Sabi helps us move past judgement, fear and procrastination, to experience gratitude, courage and progress.

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