Directed by Hrund Gunnsteinsdottir and Kristín Ólafsdóttir. Review by Angela Greenwood.
I was recently prompted to watch Hrund Gunnsteinsdottir’s and Kristín Ólafsdóttir’s film and was immediately engaged and inspired. InnSæi is the Icelandic word for intuition. It means ‘the sea within’, like the borderless nature of our inner world, or it can mean ‘to see within’, or to ‘see from the inside out’ – to tune-in deeply with empathy and openness. When I heard that I recalled the Experiment with Light meditation where we quote George Fox’s phrase: ‘Keep within. And when they say, “Lo[ok] here or lo[ok] there is Christ”, go not forth, for Christ is within you… For the measure’s within, and the light of God is within, and the pearl is within, though hidden’. It occurred to me that Quakers might share my enthusiasm for this film.
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