Kintsugi living blog — Category_Transformation

What's your superpower?

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What's your superpower?

© 2014 John Hain, Flickr | CC-BY | via Wylio Do you know what your superpower is? If not, you're not alone. Few of us have stepped outside of the usual sway of self-criticism long enough to get in touch of our superpower. Nevertheless, we all have at least one. We all have at least one thing that we naturally bring to the world around us that makes the world a better place. The problem for many of us is that our superpower hides in places we never think to look. Here are three common places where unidentified superpowers hide....

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Discovering the geode within

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Discovering the geode within
Geodes are rather dull and unremarkable on the outside, but once they are broken open, they are filled with such amazing beauty. You, too, are a geode with more beauty within than you have ever imagined!

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What is your chrysalis made of?

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What is your chrysalis made of?
Without the safe container of the chrysalis, the process that transforms a caterpillar to a butterfly cannot happen. In the same way, each of us needs our own chrysalis as we move through seasons of transformation. What is your safe container that facilitates your transformation?

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Emerging from the chrysalis

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Emerging from the chrysalis
The emergence of the butterfly from the chrysalis is a challenge for the new butterfly, but one that it must go through on its own to survive. We, too, must push to emergence from our chrysalis to live into our transformed lives.

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The primordial goo stage of transformation

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The primordial goo stage of transformation
Inside the chrysalis, the caterpillar dissolves into an undifferentiated goo from which the butterfly will be formed. This mirrors our own uncomfortable place in the transformation process where we find ourselves no longer the person we used to be but not yet the person we are becoming.

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