Welcome to the Wabi-Sabi way of living

Living beyond chronic illness isn’t simple. We approach healing from a new perspective.

Wabi-sabi is most often used to describe art forms. It is about imperfection; about appreciating things all the more because you know that they are transitory and will pass and that nothing on earth is forever. Wabi sabi embraces anything that reminds the viewer of the natural world. It spurns uniformity for what is asymmetrical and rough. Flaws and imperfections are important parts of an elegant whole as they are symbols of the journey on our path to imperfect perfection.

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A Native American Life

A Native American Life

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GAPS Diet

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Calm and Rest Supplements

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Scattered Path

By ¬©Anne Goggans You might think yourself strong Made of stone With integral permanent strength Yet damaged, cracks crumble Bits of you Fall and scatter Chip, crack, disburse As the driest earth flakes, shed Just debris now These glimpses into a past no longer known All but gone A jumbled pile Then just a pebble […]

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Who is Anne

This is my one long article. It whooshes over everything. don’t feel you need to read it all, but I know it will speak to someone. Who is this crazy woman writing this blog about chronic illness recovery? Why is she bothering to do this? What does she know about it anyway? Well, I know […]