It turns out when it comes to loving ourselves - we’re not all that good at it. At least not without tools like Intuition. Innsæi in Icelandic means to see within. It’s a source of love, acceptance, personal power and guidance. Innsæi lives within all of us, no special talent needed to access it.
The team takes a coffee break with Sóley: To focus on your strength is a good start - avoid comparing yourself to others. The oak and the bamboo have different strengths, both are fierce. It’s important to surrender and be comfortable with not being good at everything. Take care of your own garden - don’t point at others (unless you can do better).
There are quite a few odd traditions we celebrate over the Christmas period here in Iceland. Christmas involves shoes in windows, fermented skate and the christmas cat of course! Why you may ask? Good question, read more
It can be easy to look the other way when vaguely spotting PEG a.k.a Polyethylene Glycol or other non-natural ingredients in skincare and hair products, thinking it can’t be all that harmful since it’s been used in personal care products for as long as we remember, besides, is it really that bad for you?