About the Book
the acceptance of transience and imperfection. It is the art of appreciating beauty in the naturally imperfect, impermanent and incomplete world. Wabi-Sabi is asymmetrical, rustic, simple, modest, intimate, and appreciative of the ingenuous integrity of natural objects, cycles and processes.
This collection of photographs is a sweet journey through Mother Nature's Wabi-Sabi
world. When we acknowledge imperfect beauty in the mundane, we begin to accept and celebrate our own internal beauty, flaws and all.
Features & Details
Lisa is a spiritual companion/guide, healer, interfaith chaplain and contemplative photographer. She incorporates creative, sacred, and healing arts, along with her lived experience and prophetic wisdom into her private practice as well as her private life. Lisa has past experience with marketing, communications, events and operations in corporate, entrepreneurial, and non-profit startup organizations. In whatever capacity she serves, she is informed by her convictions that everything is sacred, that we are all interconnected, that we can heal ourselves, and that beauty is medicine. Her dharma includes her spiritual counseling practice, facilitating Beauty as Medicine Workshops, acting as an academic advisor, student cohort leader and guest faculty at The Chaplaincy Institute, and co-hosting the East-West online Death Cafe. Lisa currently lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her two feline companions, Richie and Margot.