We sipped a tea infusion she made us (Lacy’s also an herbalist) and chatted for hours about everything from bodies and food to style and design to relationships and finding partnership to authenticity, envy, feeling feelings, labels, boundaries, and of course debunking myths about manifestation. She’s the real deal; kind, genuine, smart, articulate, and beautiful. I loved this episode.
A few months ago I was introduced to Free & Native's Lacy Phillips through my friend Katie. Over dinner one night Katie mentioned a workshop she’d recently attended in New York led by Lacy. After hearing about her experience, I was intrigued, yet slightly apprehensive because after years of obsession and addiction to all things personal-growth, spirituality, and manifestation I was at a point where I was exhausted by content even in the vicinity of self-help. Despite my trepidation I checked out Free & Native and few clicks and several hours later, I was hooked. Luckily, Lacy’s work is anti-self help while being the most helpful content I’ve stumbled upon in recent years. From her style and aesthetic to her message and wisdom, her work became very meaningful to me in the weeks leading up to this interview so I was a bit nervous to meet her in person when it finally arrived. Fortunately, Lacy was so warm and welcoming putting me at ease the second I walked into her Brooklyn apartment. We sipped a tea infusion she made us (She's also an herbalist) and chatted for hours about everything from bodies and food to style and design to relationships and finding partnership to authenticity, envy, feeling feelings, labels, boundaries, and of course debunking myths about manifestation. She’s the real deal; kind, genuine, smart, articulate, and beautiful. I loved this episode.
Notes from the Show:
- Lacy on The Web | Facebook | Instagram | YouTube | Pinterest
- join her newsletter here + her new monthly subscription SUPPORTED here
-use - Lacy's video on Forumla in Magnetism
- her amazing workshops ... the ones we talk about: Unblocked, Reparent, Opulence
ALSO - use the code "KATIE" for $10 off any of her courses. You need to enter the code first and then press enter so that it's subtracted before putting in payment info.
- her article on labels + article on authenticity + article on clarity that we talk about
- Mama Medicine doing an event with her Thursday!
- Books: The Game of Life and How to Play It, The Secret, Letting Go by David Hawkins, Woman Code by Alisa Vitti (past pod guest!)
- Movie & TV: Kramer vs. Kramer, Outlander, Alias Grace, Game of Thrones, Lawless
- Abraham Hicks
- Lauren Spencer King and her breath-work workshopsAlbum art by Zoie HarmanAll original music composed by Carolyn Pennypacker Riggs
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