Annika Suoma Frey is an ultra sensitive healer, seeker and guide for women who are ready to live their soul’s calling. She is wise beyond her years, funny, vulnerable, open and one of the bravest people I’ve ever met.
She’s also a mama to three little beings under the age of six, in an ever-evolving conscious partnership with her husband, and a person whose willingness to have B-I-G conversations and take scary decisions regularly takes my breath away.
In this week’s conversation, Annika and I talk about her difficult youth and the winding road to recognising that she is a divine channel, how life is so much easier and richer (in all ways) since she decided to tune into that channel, and how being fiercely brave led her to the place she is now.
Annika shares incredible wisdom about how she prioritises her connection to Spirit, her wellbeing and her marriage above all else, and recounts how intentional separation and conscious decisions have expanded her relationships beyond anything she could have imagined.
We also veer into a place that surprised me: systems, and how they support Annika’s freedom and choice by creating true equality in all areas of responsibility in her family. They may not sound sexy, but Annika’s take on systems had this structure-avoider wondering about how I could implement some of what she shares. When she implements systems in the context of self-care, Annika is living her commitment to unconditionally love herself because she knows it’s the only way she can unconditionally love anyone else.
We talk about all of this and so much more, but you’ll have to listen to get the rest of the juicy nuggets.
ALSO: MY SOUND WASN’T GREAT BUT I’VE DECIDED TO SHARE THIS CONVERSATION ANYWAY BECAUSE IT WAS SO SO SO GOOD. Apologies about the sound quality on my end.
If you’d like to learn more about Annika and her work, check her out online here, on Instagram here and on Facebook here. And be sure to join us over in the MamaFuel Virtual Village here to continue the conversation with Annika and with me.
And finally, if you’d like to listen to the podcast episode with Leslie Potter that I mention in this conversation, click here.