International Bestselling Author Shares How to Love Yourself More After You've Hit Rock Bottom, Been Trampled and Gone Through the Wringer
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 15, 2018 /PRNewswire/ Life is full of experiences that shape us as individuals and change who we are. Rather than breaking us, traumatic experiences can make us stronger and more beautiful than ever. That is the premise of Rani St. Pucchi's just-released book, Gold in the Cracks: Move From Shattered to Whole and Reveal Your Light.
St. Pucchi, best known as a trend-setting fashion designer for 30+ years, developed the philosophy after dressing more than 20,000 women in her career. In her new book, she applies the Japanese concept of Kintsugi, in which broken pieces of pottery are repaired using powdered gold, to people. In Kintsugi, the reworked object is considered even more beautiful and precious because it was broken.
"We are all broken and every break has left a wound," St. Pucchi says. "Every wrinkle is a roadmap of our life journey, every scar a solemn decoration. It is up to us to stay broken or gather our pieces and choose to become whole again."
St. Pucchi shares:
- How a present given to her in 1989 that remained unopened for 29 years inspired her to write her new book.
- Why no one has to remain stuck in their history or resign themselves to a mediocre life.
- How to identify the limiting beliefs that are holding you back.
- Ways we are all capable of making new discoveries about ourselves, our families and colleagues, our history, and reframing our stories.
St. Pucchi says Gold in the Cracks is not just a book to read but a life plan to follow; the text is complemented by insightful questions, beautifully presented analogies and stories, worksheets for journaling your thoughts, and affirmations to use as a simple, powerful tool to invite happiness into your life.
Praise for Gold in the Cracks
"Gold in the Crackstakes you on a journey to prove that your broken pieces are where your treasure lies." John Gray, author ofMen are from Mars, Women are from Venus
Apply the philosophy behindGold in the Cracksto your life and learn how to accept your past, overcome doubt and shame, heal and find happiness." Jack Canfield, coauthor of theChicken Soup for the Soul (R)series andThe Success Principles TM
"Gold in the Cracks is a beautiful guide to living the life you were meant to live. But it won't happen by accident. You must take responsibility and choose it." Bob Proctor, Master Success Coach, best-selling author of You Were Born Rich
About the author:
Rani St. Pucchi is an empowerment coach, inspirational speaker, bestselling author, an award-winning fashion designer and president of St. Pucchi, the internationally acclaimed bridal fashion house. She draws on her lifelong struggle against domestic abuse and 32 years in the fashion industry to help women abandon debilitating self-doubt and become the designers of their own lives. St. Pucchi empowers thousands of women across the world with her message of body-positivity and self-love. Gold in the Cracks is her fourth book. Earlier works include Your Bridal Style; Your Body, Your Style and The Soulmate Checklist. St. Pucchi has been featured by CNN, Entertainment Tonight, Cosmopolitan, E!, People magazine, Harper's Bazaar, the Los Angeles Times, Brides, Martha Stewart Weddings, Huffington Post, and many more.
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