We tend to think of ourselves as either 'fixed' or 'broken'. The concept of living a Kintsukuroi life proposes that being broken makes us more valuable - depending on what we're using to fill int he broken spaces.
This presentation offers the concept that everyone has been hurt, emotionally wounded, or is in pain somehow. We've become experts at pretending we are 'ok', when in fact, we're not. The process of healing demand our ability to recognize our wounds and be vulnerable to the pain of healing.