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Wabi-Sabi Japan 日本の侘寂 日本古来の美意識の特徴の一つが、ここにないものを感じることです。 失われたもの、距離、欠如、隠れた、または見えない何か、または不完全さなどです。 美を感じるには、想像力が大きな役割を果たします。 One of the striking characteristic features of Japanese traditional sensitivity is sensing something that is not around – loss, distance, lack, something hidden or out of sight, or incompleteness. In appreciating beauty, imagination plays a significant role. ーーーーーーーーーーーーーーーーーーーーーーーーーー The reality of a room, for instance, was to be found in the vacant space enclosed by the roof and the walls, not in the roof and walls themselves. 部屋というものの実質は、屋根や壁それ自体ではなく、屋根や壁に囲まれた空虚の空間にある。 True beauty could be discovered only by one who mentally completed the incomplete. 真の美というものは、不完全なものを前にして、それを心の中で完全なものに仕上げようとする精神の動きにこそ見出される。 "I look beyond; Flowers are not, Nor tinted leaves. On the sea beach A solitary cottage stands In the waning light Of an autumn eve." 見渡せば花ももみじもなかりけり 浦のとまやの秋の夕暮れ The tea-room is absolutely empty, except for what may be placed there temporarily to satisfy some aesthetic mood. 茶室は、その時々の美的感情を満たすべく備えられるものを除いては、まったく空っぽでなければならない。 by Okakura Tenshin The Book of Tea by Okakura Kakuzo 岡倉天心ー茶の本 🤍 Music by Youtube Audio Library
At the heart of Japanese philosophy and wisdom lies a concept called ‘wabi-sabi’; a term which denotes a commitment to the everyday, the melancholic, the somewhat broken and the imperfect. It’s a term we need a lot more of in our lives. If you like our films take a look at our shop (we ship worldwide): 🤍 Please help us to make films by subscribing here: 🤍 Brought to you by 🤍 Produced in collaboration with Mike Booth 🤍 #TheSchoolOfLife
What is WABI SABI? Japanese aesthetics and life philosophy that we can apply to our everyday life anywhere in the world. Beauty is born from our inner being in any given situation, any time. Want to improve your life through Japanese Wisdom? 🤍 Join my free weekly Japanese wisdom newsletter - 🤍 Website - azumiuchitani.com Instagram - 🤍 See Azumi's upcoming events 🤍 #wabisabi #Japanesewisdom #innerpeace #Japanesephilosophy #mindfulness #azumiuchitani #Japaneseculture #Japaneseart #JapanesePhilosophy #JapaneseSpirituality #theArtofInnerPeace #nihongo #healing #wabisabi #transformation #mindfulness #learnJapanese #learnJapaneseculture #philosophy #spirituality ＃侘び寂び＃わびさび＃日本
The pursuit of perfection has become the norm in today’s world, where chronic dissatisfaction, burnout, depression, and anxiety reign supreme. We’ve subjected ourselves to unrealistic standards and rigorously chase an ideal that’s impossible to reach. Advertisements show us snapshots of handsome people enjoying their favorite drink dancing among a crowd of fashion models with ever-smiling faces. This uncompromising image of perfect happiness yells at us: “This is how your life should be.” And so, we try to mimic the sublimity of a lifestyle ideal. We spend fortunes on tweaking ourselves, our lives, our environment and then flood social media with pictures and videos to show the world the exquisiteness of our lives. Perfection is what we need to accomplish: a perfectly symmetrical face, a perfectly sculpted body, perfect hair, skin, jawline, house, friends, family, partner, children, vacations, or in short: an existence without fault. But this isn’t only impossible and exhausting to pursue; it’s also unnatural as far as the Japanese world view of wabi-sabi is concerned. Wabi-sabi rejects the pursuit of perfection and embraces the reality of imperfection. The philosophy behind wabi-sabi can help us escape the hamster wheel of chasing an ideal life and teaches us to appreciate existence as it is: perfectly imperfect. Support the channel: ✔️ PayPal: 🤍 ✔️ Patreon: 🤍 ✔️ Bitcoin: 3HQnEz1LQ4G6dqN2LdZgzc7qoJjJCyWjTC (Donated BTC and want in the credits? Send me an email with the amount/address) 🎞️ Animations by Munkaa: 🤍 Purchase Stoicism for Inner Peace (affiliate links): 📘 Paperback: 🤍 💻 Ebook: 🤍 Purchase Unoffendable (affiliate links): 📘 Paperback: 🤍 💻 Ebook: 🤍 Merchandise: 🛍️ Shop: teespring.com/stores/einzelgangerstore 🛍️ Merchandise design by Punksthetic Art: 🤍 All music used is licensed and paid for. Creative Commons (attributions): Zen: 🤍 Explosion sound: 🤍 00:00 - Intro 01:41 - A short history of Wabi-Sabi 03:25 - The vanity of chasing perfection 06:23 - The embrace of imperfection 09:13 - How to appreciate imperfection #wabisabi #perfectionism #taoism
Wabi-sabi is a term that refers to the Japanese sense of beauty, especially famous in the world of the tea ceremony. However, explaining what it’s about with words is very difficult. This is because even the great men who established the tea ceremony each had very different opinions. Wabi is a word that represents inner beauty. It expresses affection for that which is not perfect. On the other hand, Sabi represents outer beauty. It explains that everything becomes old and decaying, but it has its own beauty. As a conclusion, I always explain the meaning of Wabi-Sabi as… “The mind of appreciating imperfect perfectness” We today tend to pursue perfection. But the beautiful nature that moves our hearts is crooked, crumbling, and jumbled. That’s what’s most natural and beautiful. There is nothing perfect in this world. But that's okay. You are fine just the way you are. I believe this is what Wabi-Sabi teaches us. That is why I love the tea ceremony. If there’s anything else you’d like to know about the tea ceremony, please let me know in the comments! *The content is based on personal studies and experience There is no intention of denying other theories and cultural aspects ▼Please support me through Ko-fi (a donation platform like Patreon)▼ 🤍 ▼Let's ask Shogo Merchandise Shop▼ Where you can buy t-shirts, hoodies, mugs, stickers, etc. of cute Ukiyoe animal characters and logos of Let’s ask Shogo: 🤍 ▼The BEST online katana shop for decorations and cosplay: Mini Katana▼ 🤍 *Get 15% OFF off all their products by purchasing through my affiliate link ▼Who is Shogo? What is this channel about?▼ 🤍 ▼Related videos in this channel▼ -We Decided to Cut the Balloon with a Katana | Is the Third Baby a Boy or a Girl? 🤍 -Something I Should Have Told You A Long Time Ago 🤍 -I Never Thought I'd Cry 🤍 ▼MY DREAM▼ 🤍 “To make every Japan lovers’ dream come true, by making Japan a more secure, comfortable, and safer place for everyone to visit, study, and live in” I will be using the profit I gain from this channel at restaurants, hotels, and cultural facilities in Kyoto to introduce them. The more you watch the videos on this channel, Kyoto and Japan will become a more exciting place, and you can support your own and others’ dreams in the future even more. ▼Join our Membership▼ 🤍 The ticket to the front row seats to Shogo's rapid adventure to make his dream come true! Through the videos, lives, and zoom chats your ideas and opinions will be adopted for Shogo to make the right decisions for his challenges! ●Membership benefits -Limited behind-the-scene videos -Weekly Zoom call or live stream -Priority reply to comments ▼[Sub-channel] “Shogo’s Podcast”▼ 🤍 Please subscribe!! The perfect channel to learn about Japanese culture and history in your spare time, during your walk to school or work, and when you are cooking or doing house chores. Not only will I be covering the topics in this main channel, but also some topics that you will only be able to enjoy in the sub-channel, like answering questions I receive, and my opinions towards some of the comments. ▼Places recommended to visit in Kyoto | "Kyoto Hidden Gems" series▼ 🤍 ▼Instagram▼ 🤍 *Please ask me questions through the DM here!（⚠️I do not use e-mail） ♪Music♪ おとわび 🤍 トーマス大森音楽工房 🤍 ぽるぽるMusic 🤍 しゃろう Sharou 🤍 MOMIZism MUSiC 🤍 ♪Sound effects♪ 効果音ラボ 🤍 ♪Pictures♪ かわいいフリー素材屋 いらすとや 🤍 #wabisabi #teaceremony #sado
What is Wabi Sabi? Wabi Sabi can be hard to define, but it allows us to pay more attention to things that give us meaning. Wabi Sabi is not also a philosophy but also a way of living, it offers a refuge from the modern world's obsession with perfection. Read the full article about Wabi Sabi: 🤍 Related topic you might also interested: 7 Japanese Aesthetic Principles 🤍 Kintsugi: 🤍 Zen Garden: 🤍 Following us on Instagram: 🤍 Thank you for watching, and if you enjoyed this video, please remember to like and subscribe to our channel for more content like this. We appreciate your support! #wabisabi #wabisabistyle #japanese #japaneseculture #culture #inspiration #ancient #history #learning #lifesytle #minimalism #design #japaneseart #art #japanese #traditionalart #traditional #designinspiration #asianculture
Katsutoshi Sasaki, a Japanese architect, has fulfilled his dream of designing his own home for his family. The house is located in Toyota City between the Toyota employee dormitory and factory on a previously vacant land. Sasaki explored overlapping functions resulting in a house with no walls or doors, aiming to create a space where family and nature are connected and overlap. The design is simple, using a rectangular form with evenly spaced timber columns, with rooms connected by a central spiral staircase. The interior is filled with voids and thin floor plates that allow light to flood the space. Varying woods were used for the interiors, creating a textured, soft, warm, and robust space. The exterior uses red cedar timber painted a deep green to reflect the mountains and forests in Japan. Sasaki designed the house using the principle of wabi-sabi, a Japanese philosophy of appreciating beauty in imperfection and the passage of time. Sasaki has embraced this with his home evolving and growing with the children as they age. English and Japanese subtitles are available. Website article with photographs and the floor plan; 🤍 Japan trip supported by BowerBird 🤍 🤍 Discover How This Japanese Home Connects with Nature in an Urban Environment 🤍 This Tiny Home Shows That Less Can Be More 🤍 Katsutoshi Sasaki + Associates 🤍 🤍 Join to have the Simple Edition delivered to your inbox every month with exclusive interviews with the architects behind these homes; 🤍 Support what I do by becoming a channel member; 🤍 Simple Dwelling 🤍 🤍 🤍 For business inquires, advertising, sponsorship, etc, visit 🤍 Produced by Simple Dwelling Filmed and Edited by Simple Dwelling / Anthony Richardson Music via 🤍 Lotus by Aves #HomeDesign #JapaneseHouse #InteriorDesign #HouseTour #HomeTour
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Kunio Kobayashi, world-famous’ Bonsai master talks about art of Bonsai in this video.At the age of 28 he dedicated his life to Bonsai and gained the required skills due to self-study. Growing up in a nursery he already was familiar with the beauty of plants and nature, but one encounter set him off his determined path in life. During an exhibition he spotted a Japanese white pine formed as a Bonsai tree. Fascinated by its elegant shape showing life´s dignity, the young Kobayashi decided immediately to start creating such graceful trees himself. “Bonsai is art” and can be described with the three words of individuality , harmony and elegance. It takes years of learning and practice to become a professional Bonsai master. From creating very clear and beautiful Bonsai trees, he changed his style after 50 years to show several aspects of the tree which you have never seen before. “Aji no aru (味のある) Bonsai”, a Bonsai tree transmitting depth and graze. With this new form you directly feel the Japanese culture of wabi-sabi 詫び寂び, the quiet simplicity and subdued refinement. Film director : Shinnosuke Shibata
一般社団法人ジャパンプロモーションが企画、運営を行う伝統文化のパビリオンWABI SABIのダイジェスト動画です。 本動画は2022年開催のものです。 2年間のパンデミックによる中止を経て、日本の職人やアーティストがJAPAN EXPOに集結しました。 This is a digest video of WABI SABI, a pavilion of traditional culture planned and operated by Japan Promotion Inc. This video is for the 2022 festival. After two years of cancellation due to a pandemic, Japanese craftmen and artists gathered at JAPAN EXPO. ■WABI SABIに参加するアーティストの作品が買えるオンラインストア「WABI SABI STORE」はこちら！ Click here to visit the WABI SABI STORE, an online store where you can buy works by the artists participating in WABI SABI! 🤍 ■ジャパンプロモーション公式HP Japan Promotion Official HP 🤍
『「山水」といふ言葉には、山と水、つまり自然の景色、山水画、つまり風景画、庭園などの意味から、「ものさびたさま」とか、「さびしく、みすぼらしいこと」とかの意味まであります。しかし「和敬清寂」の茶道が尊ぶ「わび・さび」は、勿論むしろ心の豊かさを蔵してのことですし、極めて狭小、簡素の茶室は、かへって無辺の広さと無限の優麗とを宿してをります。1輪の花は100輪の花よりも花やかさを思はせるのです。開ききった花を活けてはならぬと、利休も教へてゐますが、今日の日本の茶でも、茶室の床にはただ1輪の花、しかもつぼみを生けることが多いのであります。』川端康成「美しい日本の私」より 侘び寂びはあまりにも有名な日本語です。日本人にとってもなじみ深い言葉のうちの１つです。 では、侘び寂びとは何か。そう問われた時に説明することは非常に難しい。しかしながら、多くの寺社や日常の中に私たちが侘び寂びを目にする機会は多くあります。 「無」であるからこそ、無限の広がりを感じられる。そんな侘び寂びの一面を少しでも捉えたいと思い、動画を作りました。 ーーーーーーーーーーーーーーーーーーーーーーーーーーーーーーー 「見渡せば花も紅葉もなかりけり浦の苫屋の秋の夕暮れ」藤原定家 「ゆく河の流れは絶えずして、しかももとの水にあらず。淀みに浮かぶうたかたは、かつ消えかつ結びて、久しくとどまりたるためしなし。世の中にある人とすみかと、またかくのごとし。」 方丈記 鴨長明 「風定まって花猶落つ、鳥啼いて山更に幽なり」王籍 ーーーーーーーーーーーーーーーーーーーーーーーーーーーーーーー ◯ about Wabi-Sabi 🤍 ◯ Wabi-Sabifor Artists, Designers, Poets & Philosophers Text by Leonard Koren ◯ Related videos ↓ [4K] In Praise of Shadows / Core Kyoto 陰翳礼讃 [4K] 京都の庭園 🤍 [4K] Wabi-Sabi 2️・侘寂の庭園 2 Japanese Concept of Wabi-Sabi 🤍 Music : "Cylinder Four" by Chris Zabriskie Cylinder Four by Chris Zabriskie is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (🤍 Source: 🤍 Artist: 🤍
This beautiful modern Japanese inspired small home is a real architectural marvel! Everywhere you look, the home is filled with unique and interesting design aspects which make it as visually interesting as it is functional. If you enjoy our videos, please consider supporting us on Patreon: 🤍 Owner Tamiko decided to downsize her home after tragically losing her husband. With her kids grown up, she no longer needed the space and the opportunity opened up for her to build a laneway house on the Vancouver (BC) property of her mother, brining the family closer together. Find out more about this tiny house and others on our website: 🤍 The house, designed by Tamiko’s brother-in-law, architect incorporates elements of wabi-sabi (the world view of acceptance of imperfection) and Japanese design, drawing from Tamiko’s Japanese heritage. The home was designed and built with a lot of love and attention to detail creating a very special place for her to call home and begin a new life. I hope you enjoy the full video tour of this very special home. Follow us on Instagram: 🤍 Follow us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 Please subscribe for more videos on tiny houses, DIY, design, and sustainable, off-grid living. Music in this video by Bryce Langston: 🤍 Presented and Produced by: Bryce Langston Camera: Bryce Langston & Rasa Pescud Editing: Rasa Pescud 'Living Big in a Tiny House' © 2019 Zyia Pictures Ltd
In this video, I am sharing some easy tips that can help you achieve the ever so trendy "wabi-sabi" home decor. Wabi-sabi is not new it is an ancient practice that originated in China and later in Japan. Currently, in the home design space, we are seeing this style emerge. Many are taking to this soft, minimalistic approach due to its calm aesthetics by using nature elements that are perfectly, imperfect. This video is more artsy..I wanted to do something a bit different than my usual. I actually enjoy filming more of these types of videos. I you also enjoyed it, please let me know by hitting a like and if you feel inclined, comment below what you loved about the video and if you plan on including wabi-sabi into your home. Music: Epidemic Sound FOLLOW ME ON INSTAGRAM FOR ARTSY CONTENT! 🤍 My home decor business: 🤍 IG: 🤍 Thank you all so much for watching today!
This 4-room BTO flat is home to a couple and their child. Inspired by Japanese wabi-sabi principles, the design gravitates towards a neutral palette and various textures such as limewash and travertine that make for a cozy abode. Thank you Mike and Jia Yi for letting us tour your home! Designer: Nadia Shihan PM: Marcus Chia Producer: Maeve Chen Editor: Haiqal Sallehuddin Browse the gallery here 🤍 Love our projects? Get in touch with our team now! 🤍
Japan - Wabi Sabi Wabi Sabi is a Japanese lifestyle giving a view of life in many aspects: everything is imperfect and the true beauty comes from simple things, then, one can have subtle feelings in life. Inspired from that spirit, we can make this video about Japan in a deeper insight and unbiased feelings. "Japan - Wabisabi" is our best emotional-experience journey in Japan, where we are living and working. We hope that you can feel "Japanese Spirit" from this video. 侘寂とは、日本の今と文化を映すライフスタイルです。それは理想的であったり特別な暮らしではなく、ごく平凡な日常を多方面から観察することによって浮かび上がってくる、日常の中の美なのです。 この趣旨に基づいて作製した、今回紹介する観光旅のビデオは、客感的に、そしてより深く日本の暮らしを描けているのではないかと思っています。 日本で働きながら生活している私達にとって、侘寂を製作した日々は最も思い出深い時間です。このプロモーションビデオをご覧になった皆さんが、日本の精神について新たな発見が出来ることを願っています。 Directed & Filmed: Lê Nhâm Quý Feature: Lê Quỳnh Anh Music: Wabi Sabi - Trang CS *WHERE TO FIND US: Youtube channel: 🤍 Vimeo: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍howmanycountry Facebook: 🤍 - BUSINESS INQUIRIES: howmanycountry🤍gmail.com
Wabi-sabi, the Japanese trend of embracing imperfection, highlights the benefits houseplants can bring to your interiors. Here botanical stylist Yasuyo Harvey brings wabi-sabi to life in her own home: 🤍 Don't forget to follow us on: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍
[4K] Wabi-Sabi 1・侘寂の庭園 Japanese Concept of Wabi-Sabi ↓ 🤍 Kanji Calligrapher : Mr.Westley Wong 🤍 He did a great calligraphy for me. I was very excited and happy to make videos using his calligraphy. Thank you. Wabi-sabi” is a Japanese aesthetic concept that has greatly influenced the Japanese people in various areas from haiku poetry and Noh theatre to tea ceremony and modern art. 「侘び寂び」は、俳句や能楽、茶道や現代美術にいたるまで、日本人に大きな影響を与えてきた日本の美意識のひとつです。 The words “wabi” and “sabi” were originally used separately, but today they are usually combined together as one expression. 「侘び」と「寂び」はもともと別々に使われてきた言葉ですが、現代では一緒に組み合わせて使われています。 “Wabi” is the attitude of seeking beauty and inner contentment in simplicity and imperfection, and this concept is said to have developed alongside the spirit of the tea ceremony during the Muromachi Period (1336-1573). 「侘び」は質素なものや不足の中に、美や心の満足を見出そうとする意識のことで、室町時代に茶道の精神と結びついて発展したと言われています。 “Sabi” is the attitude of seeking beauty in withered things where their internal essence is oozing out to the surface, an example of which is a stone covered with moss. 「寂び」は古びたものに美を見出す意識のことで、内面世界の本質が外へにじみ出していることを差し、例として苔の生えた石が挙げられます。 The spirit of “wabi-sabi” is not contained only in Japan but has substantially impacted Western art, architecture, literature, and movie making, and it is known to be one of the design philosophies of Jack Dorsey, a founder of Twitter. 「侘び寂び」の心は日本だけにとどまらず、西洋美術や建築、文学や映画製作にも強い影響を与え、ツイッターの創始者の一人ジャック・ドーシーのデザイン哲学としても知られています。 🤍 Music : Cylinder Five by Chris Zabriskie Artist : 🤍 🤍
Many people overlook the strong connection that wabi-sabi and shadows have. The wabi-sabi characteristics of asymmetry, roughness, simplicity, and emptiness, all thrive with a balance of light and dark. Toward the end of the video I share some of my favorite quotes from the highly recommended book "In Praise of Shadows" by Japanese novelist Junichiro Tanizaki. 🤍 Subscribe to the Wabi-Sabi Playlist for other similar videos I have: 🤍 - ◦ Gear I use: ▹Camera I use: 🤍 ▹Lense: 🤍 ▹Action Camera: 🤍 ◦ My Book ▹Joshua Minier, PhD. - Author of "High Flow Lifestyle: The Business Owner’s Guide to Work-Life Synergy" : 🤍 ◦ Music & sounds for your creative ventures: 🤍 ◦ COME SAY HI: ▹ Instagram: 🤍 ▹ Website: 🤍 Some of those links are affiliate links (Amazon etc.), it doesn't cost you more and it helps me to continue this channel thanks to a small commission I receive. Thank you if you use them, means a lot!
Japan’s ancient art of celebrating broken pottery is rooted in an eastern philosophy of finding beauty in imperfection. Many believe it can help us to accept our flaws – and foster a sense of peace and fulfilment. Video by Terushi Sho Executive Producer: Camelia Sadeghzadeh #bbcreel #bbc #bbcnews
In the small Jutlandish town of Skåde, Casa Rand beautifully immerse itself with the park-like surroundings. Taking inspiration from Japanese design principles, the design of the house is extremely detail-oriented with a strong focus on minimalism and simplicity. The materials used for the house count natural oak, plywood, Norwegian slate, and in-situ concrete, creating a tasteful mix of raw aesthetics and refined architecture. Designed by Tommy Rand (🤍) FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM Christian Trampedach, Founder at Restless (🤍 Restless Architecture (🤍 SUPPORT OUR CHANNEL You can support our channel by subscribing to our weekly e-Magazine, Restless Living. You receive a new incredible e-Magazine every Friday. Get your 14-day free trial on 🤍. Hereafter, you can support with $5,99 per month (basically the same as a beer at a concert ;-)) CREDITS Videography: Jacob Bjerring (🤍) Intro song: Itro – Flavour (🤍
The first 1,000 people to use the link will get a 1 month free trial of Skillshare: 🤍 ➤ Shop the wabi-sabi collection: 🤍 Today we are sharing five wabi-sabi teachings that we hope will inspire you to create a home you love, no matter your design style. Wabi-sabi is difficult to distil, as there is no direct translation, however in abstract terms this philosophy embraces an appreciation of impermanence, natural flaws, and the inherent beauty found in the passing of time. Bonus Mindfulness Exercises: The 5,4,3,2,1 Mindfulness exercise. Sit quietly. Look around you and notice: - 5 things you can see. - 4 things you can physically feel. - 3 things you can hear. - 2 things you can smell. - 1 thing you can taste. Create a gratitude jar: Each day write something you are grateful for or a highlight in your day on a piece of paper and put it in a mason jar or trinket box to revisit and a later date. This can form a visual representation that it is the small moments in life that bring joy, and these can create a ripple effect. ➤ Visit our website: 🤍 Timestamps: 0:00 Introduction 0:15 What is wabi-sabi? 1:17 Space & Simplicity 2:46 Nature & Impermanence 6:59 Find Beauty in Imperfection 9:00 Savouring & Mending 11:48 Presence & Gratitude 13:51 SkillShare Portion 15:12 Outro Interior Styling Quiz: 🤍 Socials: Instagram: 🤍suzieandersonhome Facebook: Suzie Anderson Home Website: 🤍suzieandersonhome.com Music: Epidemic Sound Ever So Blue: Traces Ever So Blue: Sketches Ever So Blue: Patchwork 5 WABI-SABI Teachings to Elevate Your Home | Our Top Interior Styling Tips // What is wabi-sabi? // Space & Simplicity // Nature & Impermanence // Find Beauty in Imperfection // Savouring & Mending || More About Suzie Anderson Home || "The beauty is in the detail" - It is at the heart of what we do! At Suzie Anderson Home we believe it is the little things in life that mean the most. Our desire is to inspire you to create a home you love x
Cheryl Hunter comes at her work with a multi-pronged approach, having merged seemingly-divergent careers around one idea: that a simple story, well told and presented, has tremendous potential to educate, entertain and impact people. Cheryl is an educator, author, speaker and high-performance coach who has personally coached and led personal development seminars for over 86,000 people since 1995. Simultaneously, Cheryl has had a career in the entertainment industry spanning two decades, working as a television and feature film writer/producer—under contract with HBO, Paramount Pictures, CBS and NBC. She's also written and acted in solo plays that she's toured nationally. Cheryl shared a personal story about having been abducted as a teenager, and asked, "Why is it that we obsess over the things we can't change, rather than the things we can?" In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
Modern Wabi-Sabi Home Tour ▸ Modestly veiled behind layers of silvering chestnut cladding, this monastic oasis, with courtyard garden, has recently been completed to a beautifully contemplative and tactile design by Takero Shimazaki Architects. The house can be found on Tiverton Road, a short walk from Kensal Rise, between the green spaces of Queen’s Park and Tiverton Green. Taking its inspiration from Turner’s ‘Interior of an Italian Church’ the house is intended as a sanctum from the modern world, its monolithic structure and measured pools of light a rare environment for focus and reflection. The design expertly marries light and lighting with a simple, textured palette of concrete, natural wood and stone, echoing the Japanese philosophy of Wabi-Sabi … SUBSCRIBE FOR NEW VIDEOS! ▸🤍 #pineappledecor #interiordesign ♫ 🤍
In this video , i will represent to you the ‘’wabi sabi style ‘’ interior designing trend . I will talk about the color palette , furniture , materials and accessories and everything you need to know about this trendy design style The Wabi sabi style home decor is based on Japanese concept a philosophy delivered from buddhist teachings that accepts transience and imperfection and celebrates natural objects and processes . In this video you’ll see how you can achieve wabi sabi interior at your modern homes as wabi sabi makes honest use of materials that are raw and natural . I hope you’ll enjoy and use this information to create a comfortable and stylish wabi sabi interiors! Instagram handle:- 🤍 Please join our community and don’t forget to like comment share subscribe to ekani interiors workshop for more amazing content on interior design and decor .
Japandi style has taken the world by a storm, and it’s easy to see why! It’s the perfect combination of the Japanese wabi-sabi, which stands for finding beauty in the imperfection, while striving for the practicality and modern touch of the Scandinavian style. And today we’re learning how to decorate your home in Japandi style, in 5 simple steps. Plus, you're getting some of the best Japandi interior design spaces along the way! Get inspired by some of the BEST Japandi style homes! The modern living room ideas and home ideas decorated in Japandi style, will get you inspired through the roof! Before we start, make sure to subscribe to our channel, and click the like button, to be the first one to get all of the new videos! We really appreciate every single new subscriber and every like so much. un cielo de distancia by Barradeen | 🤍 Music promoted by 🤍 Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported 🤍 City Life by Artificial.Music | 🤍 Music promoted by 🤍 Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License 🤍
How to Achieve a Wabi Sabi Home | Interior Design Style + Philosophy for Purposeful Living Hi Friends! In today's video, I talk about how you can achieve Wabi Sabi in your homes to lead a more peaceful and mindful life. If you haven't watched my first Wabi Sabi video, please follow this link: 🤍 -BOOKS on this Topic- Wabi-Sabi for Artists, Designers, Poets & Philosophers: 🤍 -COME SAY HI- Instagram: 🤍 -INQUIRIES- sophie.malamalife🤍gmail.com -CAMERA GEAR- Main Camera: 🤍 Second Camera: 🤍 Filming Lens: 🤍 SD card: 🤍 DISCLAIMER: Links included in this description may be affiliate links. If you purchase a product with the links that I provide, I may receive a small commission. However, there is no additional charge to you. I appreciate your support. Thank you for subscribing!
Wabi Sabi, a little cat in Kyoto, Japan, had never thought much about her name until friends visiting from another land asked her owner what it meant. At last, the master says, "That's hard to explain." And that is all she says. This unsatisfying answer sets Wabi Sabi on a journey to uncover the meaning of her name, and on the way discovers what wabi sabi is: a Japanese philosophy of seeing beauty in simplicity, the ordinary, and imperfection. Using spare text and haiku, Mark Reibstein weaves an extraordinary story about finding real beauty in unexpected places. Caldecott Medal-winning artist Ed Young complements the lyrical text with breathtaking collages. Together, they illustrate the unique world view that is wabi sabi. Wabi Sabi is a unique picture book that clearly explains a new way of seeing the world to readers.
In this video, we talk about the life changing application of the Japanese philosophy of Kintsugi. There are so many people who think they'll never be perfect, and because of that they ruin their self esteem. Kintsugi teaches us that our cracks make us even more beautiful. Ikigai - How to find your passion: 🤍 Kaizen - Small daily steps: 🤍 Subscribe to my email list: 🤍 Facebook page: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 How I record my voice: 🤍 My laptop: 🤍 Contact: thelifegyan🤍gmail.com Music: 🤍bensound.com
☆ Shop Our Store: 🤍 - Follow The Stacked Store On Instagram: 🤍 - Visit our editorial: 🤍 This week, we visit a very interesting home in Bedok that also doubles up as an intimate studio (Studio Somayoke). Homeowner Yoke Wen was first taken in by this 3-room resale HDB home in Bedok because of the unobstructed view that stretches till the CBD. It was in an original condition with 721 square feet of space, but she had one of the bedrooms knocked down to form a large living instead. The result is an open form that is done up in a “imperfect” Wabi-Sabi style that was partly influenced from her time in the Himalayas (she even published a photo journal book). As part of the style, her wooden dining table is also upcycled from Taobao, that used to be part of a door frame. Special thanks to Yoke Wen for showing us around her tranquil home/studio. For more please visit: 🤍 Visit Our Store Lighting - 🤍 Tableware - 🤍 Storage - 🤍 Kitchenware - 🤍 Bathroom - 🤍 Decor - 🤍 Textiles - 🤍 Housekeeping - 🤍 Patio and Garden - 🤍 Accessories - 🤍 Follow us on our other socials, where we post more property content! 👉 Instagram: 🤍 👉 Facebook: 🤍 👉 Telegram: 🤍 👉 Website: 🤍 For other enquiries: hello🤍stackedhomes.com Just want to chat about real estate? You can WhatsApp us at: 🤍 Stacked is an online editorial aimed at helping Singapore home buyers, sellers, and renters make better decisions. By regularly conducting research and publishing our findings, we hope to give our readers a much better perspective on buying, selling or renting Singapore real estate. #Stackedhomes #interiordesign #hdbhometour
I like to think of Japandi as wabi-sabi with warmth. Japandi is a recent interior design trend stemming from the fusion of Japan & Scandi (Scandinavian) design. Wabi-sabi is a Japanese aesthetic term alluding to the beauty of imperfection or rustic elegance... - ◦ Gear I use: ▹Camera I use: 🤍 ▹Lense: 🤍 ▹Action Camera: 🤍 ◦ My Book ▹Joshua Minier, PhD. - Author of "High Flow Lifestyle: The Business Owner’s Guide to Work-Life Synergy" : 🤍 ◦ Music & sounds for your creative ventures: 🤍 ◦ COME SAY HI: ▹ Instagram: 🤍 ▹ Website: 🤍 Some of those links are affiliate links (Amazon etc.), it doesn't cost you more and it helps me to continue this channel thanks to a small commission I receive. Thank you if you use them, means a lot!
Did you know that most Japanese prefer Ginkakuji (Silver Pavilion) over Kinkakuji (Golden Pavilion) because of wabi-sabi?
Tomasz Kopyra (🤍) degustuje piwo Wabi Sabi Pale Ale z japońskiego browaru Baird Beer.
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Marcel Theroux travels across Japan in an attempt to understand Wabi Sabi, a theory of Japanese aesthetics in which imperfection and transience are the touchstone of beauty.
In Japan, there is a traditional ritual for preparing and presenting green tea called the Japanese tea ceremony. The tea ceremony is not just about whisking green tea powder in hot water - it is a composite art form. From the setting to the furnishing, everything in the tea-ceremony room symbolizes the traditional Japanese aesthetics: wabi (the transient and stark beauty) and sabi (the beauty of natural patina and aging). Today we are going to briefly introduce the orgins and the features of the Japanese tea ceremony. China introduced the Japanese Tea Ceremony we think of today in circa 800 A.D. Back then, many believed that the tea ceremony was spread along with the Zazen and the zen spirit in circa 1200 A.D. It was considered the opposite of lavishing oneself in luxury and magnificence. This Japanese aesthetic of humbleness in Wabi-Sabi is considered an essential part of the Japanese Tea Ceremony. Wabi, translates to something like finding beauty and tranquility in simplicity and stillness. Sabi, tanslates to something like carrying a heart or spirit to recognize the beauty of aging or fading objects. All together, Wabi-Sabi means to turn negative feelings like discouragement or helplessness into a positve spirit that finds beauty, stillness, and minimalism. Please keep this feeling and image in your mind and heart as you enter the Japanese tea room in order to enjoy the ceremony to its fullest. While in Japan, don't miss out on the wonderful opportunity to experience this profound feeling! VISIT OUR WEBSITE: 🤍 FACEBOOK: 🤍
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【侘び寂び】 それは日本の美意識の1つ。 貧困と孤独のなかに心の充足をみいだそうとする意識。 閑寂ななかに奥深いものや豊かなものがおのずと感じられる美しさをいう。 . 豪華で完璧こそ美しいとされる西洋の美意識とは違い、 未完成で質素なものこそ美しいという美の意識。 未完成だからこそ、自然の儚さや哀愁が感じられる。 ありのままの姿や流れる時を想像して、風情を楽しむ。 . 人は必ずしも完璧ではない。 傷も沢山あるだろう。 しかしそれは生きた時間や経験があったからこそ。 傷や時の流れにこそ美しさがある。 日本独自の美の意識はそんな事を我々に教えてくれているようだ。 【WABI-SABI 】 It’s one of the aesthetic senses of Japan. Awareness to find satisfaction in poverty and loneliness. It is the beauty of being able to feel deep and rich things in a quiet environment. —————————————————— Tamaki Hiroya / Videographer Mail : st.chikyu0501🤍gmail.com HP : 🤍 Instagram : 🤍 Facebook：🤍 - 【My Gears】 ・Sony a7siii ・Tamron 17-28mm ・Tamron 28-75mm ・Tamron 70-180mm ・Sony 85mm ・Dji mavic air2 ・Zhiyun crane2 ・Rode video mic pro+
Today, I’d like to share with you an incredible story, one that even earned the Japan Heritage designation. The story is that of the Six Ancient Kilns, ceramics born and raised in Japan! One of them is Echizen. In this first part of my trip to Echizen Town, I get to visit the Echizen Pottery Village! In what some refer to as a “Paradise on Earth”, many potters gathered from all over the country after the Second World War to pursue their craft. At the Fukui Prefectural Museum of Ceramics, I try my hand at traditional Echizen Yaki pottery! Watch the video to see the results for yourself 😀 Don’t miss the second part of my trip at 🤍 🎵 Start planning your trip to Fukui at 🤍 (in English) Follow us on Facebook and Instagram for weekly updates on everything fun and delicious Fukui has to offer ⛩️ 🏯 🇯🇵 #ExperienceFukui Facebook - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍