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Insideout Conversations

Inviting all women, in particular my Black sisters, to take up space and just be. An invitation to talk about what we think about, but rarely speak about. Conversations about spirituality, relationships, the “ism’s,” sex, mental wellbeing, secrets and feelings that we stuffed. We will celebrate! You will laugh, cry, be pissed, disagree, and begin to count yourself in where you’ve been counted out. Lisa Lackey, therapist, consultant and chief conversation starter and her guests will challenge you to keep the conversation going.Think of Insideout Conversations as brunch with your main girls right in the middle of the week.

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021 - What your mama didn't tell you - Part 1

At various stages in our lives we find ourselves changing in ways that seem unexplainable! From about 45 years old until 50, I was taken captive by an invasion of body snatchers. It was strange, I couldn’t figure out where I was, where did I go? Would I ever return? There are times in life when we need to pause, because the cycles of life require us to do so. In those pauses, what will you listen for? Who will you become? What lessons will you learn & share? This is Part 1 of 2: What your mama didn't tell you! For this week: Can you relate? Email me and share your personal experience or story with "the change."   Stay in touch… Email insideoutconvo@gmail.com. http://www.insideoutconversations.com Facebook @lisalackeyconversations Instagram @lisalackey60 Learn more about Lisa and her clinical practice, Insideout Living: https://www.insideoutrecovery.com/ Edited by Andrea Klunder and Edwin Ruiz at The Creative Impostor Studios. Theme music is by Nicholas77 at freesound.org and is licensed under the Creative Commons.

13mins

3 Apr 2019

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018 - When Your Mess Becomes Your Beauty

In this episode, you are invited to look around and inside of you to notice where you might be withholding.  Withholding is knowingly holding back in areas of your life that you are being challenged to move forward. You will recognize the excuses that surface when you want to defend withholding, and then you are further stretched to move past the chatter in your head and become more clear about your hesitations. We will discuss some of the tell tell signs that indicate withholding. The tell tale signs are categorized by a few “issue” groups: SELF-ESTEEM ESTEEM ISSUES BOUNDARIES ISSUES REALITY ISSUES NEEDS & WANTS ISSUES http://www.insideoutconversations.com Podcast edited by Andrea Klunder and Edwin Ruiz at The Creative Impostor Studios. Theme music is by Nicholas77 at freesound.org and is licensed under the Creative Commons. Learn more about Lisa and her clinical practice, Insideout Living: https://www.insideoutrecovery.com/ Connect on: Facebook @lisalackeyconversations Instagram @lisalackey60

20mins

25 Jan 2019

Rank #2

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017 - Let us begin by occupying our space as queens

This first episode of 2019, kicks off celebrating who we are as women, and making room for ourselves and our dreams. LET US BEGIN OCCUPYING OUR SPACE AS QUEENS is the first in a series specifically designed to remind ourselves and each other of our royal status as queens. Have the conversation and action plan to clear the trails of distraction, lies and shadows that have frustrated you and your dreams. So many of us have spent years, even decades helping others move their dreams forward, while putting ourselves and our great purpose on the back burner. Women will bring forth their great purpose and in the process heal and bring healing to the world. Our great purpose will be unleashed sometimes in a fury, sometimes through gentle winds, and no matter how, the impact will continue to spark healing, the likes we have not seen. You will be introduced to 5 life lessons by Dr. Seuss and I that will help in clearing the path for you! http://www.insideoutconversations.com Podcast edited by Andrea Klunder and Edwin Ruiz at The Creative Impostor Studios. Theme music is by Nicholas77 at freesound.org and is licensed under the Creative Commons. Learn more about Lisa and her clinical practice, Insideout Living: https://www.insideoutrecovery.com/ Connect on: Facebook @lisalackeyconversations Instagram @lisalackey60

17mins

16 Jan 2019

Rank #3

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022 - What your mama didn't tell you - Part 2

This is Part 2 of 2: What your mama didn't tell you! (If you haven't listened to episode 021 already, go back to that one so you can get part 1!) At various stages in our lives we find ourselves changing in ways that seem unexplainable! From about 45 years old until 50, I was taken captive by an invasion of body snatchers. It was strange, I couldn’t figure out where I was, where did I go? Would I ever return? There are times in life when we need to pause, because the cycles of life require us to do so. In those pauses, what will you listen for? Who will you become? What lessons will you learn & share? For this week: Get my recommended book list here: http://bit.ly/ioc022books AND the free introduction to The Re-Birthing of Her: http://bit.ly/ioc022download Both are completely free as my gift to you for a limited time -- don't delay!   Stay in touch… Email me: insideoutconvo@gmail.com http://www.insideoutconversations.com Facebook @lisalackeyconversations Instagram @lisalackey60 Learn more about Lisa and her clinical practice, Insideout Living: https://www.insideoutrecovery.com/ Edited by Andrea Klunder and Edwin Ruiz at The Creative Impostor Studios. Theme music is by Nicholas77 at freesound.org and is licensed under the Creative Commons.

12mins

12 Apr 2019

Rank #4

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020 - This Too Shall Pass

All I could see was darkness all around me. In fact my eyes were adjusting to the darkness, so much so, I forgot it was dark. But, this sliver of light was just noticeable enough to spark curiosity.  Where was it coming from? I looked all around. I couldn’t locate the source. And then… I realized that the sliver of light was coming from within me. Today I share how to navigate the dark places in your life. Inevitably, we will face change in our lives and often change is painful, especially when we do not know the outcome of change.  In this episode, I discuss: How to hold onto hope, while in darkness. The signs of light in dark places. The only way to exit darkness. For this week: Share an experience with someone about a time when you were able to see the signs of light while you were in a dark place.   Stay in touch… Email insideoutconvo@gmail.com. http://www.insideoutconversations.com Learn more about Lisa and her clinical practice, Insideout Living: https://www.insideoutrecovery.com/ Connect on: Facebook @lisalackeyconversations Instagram @lisalackey60 Edited by Andrea Klunder and Edwin Ruiz at The Creative Impostor Studios. Theme music is by Nicholas77 at freesound.org and is licensed under the Creative Commons.

8mins

27 Mar 2019

Rank #5

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019 - Special Place

We all need a special place in our lives. A place where we can take off all the pretense, and just be ourselves on good days and not so good days. In this episode, you’ll be encouraged to clarify what it means for you to feel safe to be who you are, where you are. A special place can be a physical space, relationships, a real or imagined place. More significant, is when we can create safety from within. A Special Place, shares practical insight and practices to increase safety from the inside out. http://www.insideoutconversations.com Learn more about Lisa and her clinical practice, Insideout Living: https://www.insideoutrecovery.com/ Connect on: Facebook @lisalackeyconversations Instagram @lisalackey60 Edited by Andrea Klunder and Edwin Ruiz at The Creative Impostor Studios. Theme music is by Nicholas77 at freesound.org and is licensed under the Creative Commons.

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28 Feb 2019

Rank #6

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028 - Changed Lives Change Lives with Dr. Martha Linn and D Anthony Evans

Have you ever met people and their energy just makes you feel better, even if you already feel good? My guests today are Dr. Martha Linn and D Anthony Evans, they are two that have that life giving energy. Their lives are full and their own medical crisis led them down a path of healing that they now share with others as they pursue health.  In this show you will be encouraged, experience hope, you will get some great information about positivity, food as medicine and the connection of emotional and physical health. Dr. Linn says, even though she was eating healthy and exercising regularly her thought patterns were negative and incongruent with the lifestyle she was working toward. She said “ I was really kind to everybody on the outerworld, and very hard on me, on the inner world. My pattern of thought is based on my belief that I'mnot good enough. My internal thoughts were like a yelling Drill Sergeant.” At this point Dr. Linn began addressing these negative thoughts, by replacing them with meditation and affirmations.  You can check out Dr. Linn’s practice here: https://inradianthealth.com/ D Anthony Evans refused to accept this rare form of cancer would only allow him six months to live. Health issues were not new for D, from the time he was 6 years old he dealt with a rare condition and was constantly in pain. With the cancer diagnosis, came information regarding all of the options for living for 6 months. D Anthony Evans chose another option, based on his determination to live. That option is what he continues to practice every single day. That option is what he calls Train To Live. To this day D lives by his commitment to himself and the agreement he has with God. He shares his gratitude for life by speaking to people all over the world, as a motivational speaker, he represents the American Cancer Society, and trains adults and children to live! You can learn more from D Anthony Evans: https://www.facebook.com/danthonytrains/ https://www.wholefoodplantbaseddiet.com/tag/d-anthony-evans/ https://www.instagram.com/danthonytrains/?hl=en *** Connect with Lisa: http://www.insideoutconversations.com Facebook @lisalackeyconversations Instagram @lisalackey60 Edited by Andrea Klunder and Edwin Ruiz at The Creative Impostor Studios. Theme music is by Nicholas77 at freesound.org and is licensed under the Creative Commons. Learn more about Lisa and her clinical practice, Insideout Living: https://www.insideoutrecovery.com/  

52mins

21 May 2020

Rank #7

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026 - When You've Been Betrayed

When you experience being betrayed it is devastating. When that betrayal comes from an intimate partner, your life is changed forever. These changes impact emotional, psychological, spiritual, existential, physical and relational stability. In fact, intimate betrayal is traumatic. It  makes you feel like you are losing your mind. It robs you of your sense of security and puts you in a state of turbulence. Suddenly, everything you thought you knew, is now questioned, reality is altered. Your brain begins to be on constant alert. This traumatic disruption, causes extreme hyper-vigilance, restlessness, anxiety, and a sense of being on guard. This alters your ability to regulate your mood, to calm yourself, to think, to reason, and to make intelligent decisions. Your brain is hijacked with fear and daily tasks become almost impossible.  Research has shown that with the help of a trained professional the healing process usually takes between 18 months to 3 years. The healing period increases, with multiple betrayals and in long term relationships. This is an incredibly lonely and isolating experience. For this reason, it is my privilege to provide professional insight, encouragement and resources, so that you don’t have to feel as alone. Let's make a connection right now! Reach out and let me know how this episode resonates with you. Email me: insideoutconvo@gmail.com *** http://www.insideoutconversations.com Facebook @lisalackeyconversations Instagram @lisalackey60 Edited by Andrea Klunder and Edwin Ruiz at The Creative Impostor Studios. Theme music is by Nicholas77 at freesound.org and is licensed under the Creative Commons. Learn more about Lisa and her clinical practice, Insideout Living: https://www.insideoutrecovery.com/  

15mins

4 Dec 2019

Rank #8

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025 - Tell your story

Autobiography In Five Short Chapters,  is one of my favorite “short stories” to re-visit. In different seasons these 5 chapters have helped me to locate myself. In other seasons, these chapters have given me a wake up calls. At other times humility, clarity, grace, and reminded me of my progress, even if I wasn’t where I thought I “should” be. As you consider sharing a part of your story, further understanding where you are in the story, re-writing parts of your story or you  just want to consider if you want to consider, read these 5 chapters. As you read each chapter, what do you connect with? What is/was your Chapter 1? What are some of your Chapter 1 lessons? Autobiography In Five Short Chapters –  Portia Nelson Chapter I I walk down the street.
There is a deep hole in the sidewalk.
I fall in.
I am lost... I am hopeless.
It isn't my fault.
It takes forever to find a way out. Chapter II I walk down the same street.
There is a deep hole in the sidewalk.
I pretend I don't see it.
I fall in again.
I can't believe I am in this same place.
But it isn't my fault.
It still takes a long time to get out. Chapter III I walk down the same street.
There is a deep hole in the sidewalk.
I see it there.
I still fall in... it's a habit... but,
my eyes are open.
I know where I am.
It is my fault.
I get out immediately. Chapter IV I walk down the same street.
There is a deep hole in the sidewalk.
I walk around it. Chapter V I walk down another street. Let's make a connection right now! Reach out an let me know how this episode resonates with you. Email me: insideoutconvo@gmail.com *** http://www.insideoutconversations.com Facebook @lisalackeyconversations Instagram @lisalackey60 Edited by Andrea Klunder and Edwin Ruiz at The Creative Impostor Studios. Theme music is by Nicholas77 at freesound.org and is licensed under the Creative Commons. Learn more about Lisa and her clinical practice, Insideout Living: https://www.insideoutrecovery.com/  

16mins

28 Aug 2019

Rank #9

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024 - Me & You, We Are Made For Connection

Let's make a connection right now! Reach out an let me know how this episode resonates with you. Email me: insideoutconvo@gmail.com We want the same thing Most of us are seeking happiness, love, peace, joy… and let’s not forget freedom from the internal turmoil that so often plagues us.  When we can’t get what we need our hearts hurt  The heart, both physical and figurative, bears the burden of our emotional traumas and everyday stressors.  What occurs in our emotional world most certainly affects and often manifests itself in our physical body. The painful cost of disconnection Many of us are suffering the pain of disconnection from our hearts. This disconnection often maintains emotional pain, eating disorders and other addictive processes.  The benefit of reconnecting  Reconnecting with the heart, with our authentic inner nature and capacity for love, may be the doorway to what we are truly seeking. The heart is relationship-centered and attention to it opens space for healing- with yourself and others. Connection is a journey Let’s take a little journey to discover more about the heart and what reconnection with it means in our daily lives.  Reconnecting with the heart at a deeper level assumes that there has been a disconnection somewhere along the way. It is my bias that most of us go through life struggling to both BE connected and STAY connected to our hearts, to what we love, to our vulnerability, and to what moves us. We experience pressure from outside to be something we aren’t. We live fast paced lifestyles and function from our heads, neglecting the language of the heart. We overuse our minds and underuse our hearts. We want instant change and we don’t want to deal with discomfort. Symptoms of disconnection Feeling disconnected from life or like you can’t connect with others. Feeling a lack of wholeness or that some part of you is missing or inaccessible. Feeling low self-worth or insecurity. Feeling stuck, unable to make changes or not knowing what changes to make. Feeling a sense of numbness or disconnection from your own body. Feeling drawn to a relationship that has been unhealthy for you. Feeling urges to engage in non-life sustaining behaviors. 4 Options to begin a re-connecting process Connect back to your body with physical activity. Dance, walk, yoga, exercise, ride a bike,    swing your legs, just move. Go outside and soak up the beauty of nature. Look around very slowly from one side to the other and find 6 things that you see. Be mindful and present to the moment. If you’re taking a shower, notice the feeling of the water on your skin, the smell of the soap, the texture of your wash cloth, your feet on the ground. Feel what you feel. If you’re feeling the discomfort of anxiety, gently place your hand on the part of your body that feels the anxiety. If that feeling could speak, what would it say? Let's make a connection right now! Reach out an let me know how this episode resonates with you. Email me: insideoutconvo@gmail.com *** http://www.insideoutconversations.com Facebook @lisalackeyconversations Instagram @lisalackey60 Edited by Andrea Klunder and Edwin Ruiz at The Creative Impostor Studios. Theme music is by Nicholas77 at freesound.org and is licensed under the Creative Commons. Learn more about Lisa and her clinical practice, Insideout Living: https://www.insideoutrecovery.com/  

14mins

14 Aug 2019

Rank #10

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023 - TURN ON THE LIGHT!

Travel, family, and internal shifts. Healing is the culmination of love and life. Let me hear about your healing, your darkness, and how it cued YOU to turn on the light! Email me: insideoutconvo@gmail.com *** http://www.insideoutconversations.com Facebook @lisalackeyconversations Instagram @lisalackey60 Learn more about Lisa and her clinical practice, Insideout Living: https://www.insideoutrecovery.com/ Edited by Andrea Klunder and Edwin Ruiz at The Creative Impostor Studios. Theme music is by Nicholas77 at freesound.org and is licensed under the Creative Commons.

16mins

10 Jul 2019

Rank #11

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016 - Imposter Syndrome 2.0: Playing Small

Oftentimes when we hear about Imposter Syndrome, we hear of those, that despite their evidence of success there is a feeling of being phony and fraudulent. In this podcast we will look at how our hesitancy and playing small, is actually another side of Imposter Syndrome. 7 symptoms that might indicate you are a giant in a grasshopper suit are shared for you to come to your own conclusion. Get all the free downloads for 2018 and catch up on any episodes you may have missed. Episode 15: Yes to Yes worksheet Episode 14: Spiritual Boundaries Worksheet Episode 13: Boundaries Tip Sheet  Episode 12: Drama Triangle Worksheet Episode 11: Squatter Assessment Podcast edited by Andrea Klunder and Edwin Ruiz at The Creative Impostor Studios. Theme music is by Nicholas77 at freesound.org and is licensed under the Creative Commons. Learn more about Lisa and her clinical practice, Insideout Living: https://www.insideoutrecovery.com/ Connect on: Facebook @lisalackeyconversations Instagram @lisalackey60

16mins

19 Dec 2018

Rank #12

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015 - Yes to Yes

After spending so many years refining my “no”, and even getting to the place of not feeling guilty about saying no, I was interrupted by this three letter word; yes.   I was trying to figure something out related to one of our adult children, to the point of overwhelm and not any closer to an answer.  When out of left field came the nudge to say YES to all that was and was not happening. This seemed crazy, and after much push back, I found myself saying Yes, yes to yes, the more I spoke these words, the lighter I felt.  At some point, probably after my resistance melted more and more, I realized that I was saying yes to something greater than the something I was trying to figure out. I was saying yes to the best for me, the best of me, and the best outcome for all concerned. You will be asked to look at some of the places your definitive no, may need to consider an exuberant yes. We’ll look at the defensive posture of no, and how it can block us from who we desire to be. We will look at the stagnancy that is, at times the response to our “no”.   Does any of this mean “no” is not that best response at times, no, not at all. It means that if our “no” is in any way born out of self imposed limitations, it is time to practice YES, in its place. Click this link to get the Yes to Yes free worksheet -- My gift to you! Podcast edited by Andrea Klunder and Edwin Ruiz at The Creative Impostor Studios. Theme music is by Nicholas77 at freesound.org and is licensed under the Creative Commons. Learn more about Lisa and her clinical practice, Insideout Living: https://www.insideoutrecovery.com/ Connect on: Facebook @lisalackeyconversations Instagram @lisalackey60

20mins

12 Dec 2018

Rank #13

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014 - The Spiritual Nature of Boundaries

We hear a lot about boundaries today. “Girl, I’m setting my boundaries.” Boundaries, boundaries.”   When handled this way, there more like death threats, rather than exercising self compassion, and keeping yourself safe. As discussed in previous podcasts, boundaries are about taking care of yourself. Boundaries are not about manipulating outcomes, punishing or controlling. There is a realization, that experiencing similar patterns that don’t work, hurt AND we have choices. In this episode, we will talk about boundaries 2.0 = spiritual boundaries. This is self care/compassion that begins with an internal awareness; I deserve to be treated well, by myself and others AND I have to model to myself and others by setting boundaries. These boundaries help us to hold sacred our space as a precious child of God. Click this link to get the Spiritual Boundaries Worksheet for this episode. And if you haven’t gotten it already, find the Boundaries Tip Sheet here from episode 013. Both downloads are totally free - my gift to you! *** Learn more about Lisa and her clinical practice, Insideout Living: https://www.insideoutrecovery.com/ Connect on: Facebook @lisalackeyconversations Instagram @lisalackey60 Edited by Andrea Klunder and Edwin Ruiz at The Creative Impostor Studios. Theme music is by Nicholas77 at freesound.org and is licensed under the Creative Commons.

16mins

5 Dec 2018

Rank #14

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013 - Step Outside of the Drama

Too often difficult conversations never end, because we avoid, strategize and are often trying to protect our stance. In some ways, it feels like the same conversation over and over. Even when that pattern is recognized, it’s difficult to interrupt the pattern and even more difficult to see what part we play in this frustrating communication. As you listen you’ll hear about: What you require of other people when you’re in the role of Victim, Rescuer or Persecutor. Once you see what you’re unconsciously requiring of others, you’ll know why the same patterns emerge when in difficult conversations. Awareness, acknowledgement and accountability are game changers. These 3 A’s give you options, which include stepping outside the drama. Click this link to take the "drama triangle" assessment from episode 12 to show your areas of strength and the stuff to work on to get to resolving conflicts more quickly. Then download the Boundaries tip sheet here. Both downloads are totally free - my gift to you! *** Learn more about Lisa and her clinical practice, Insideout Living: https://www.insideoutrecovery.com/ Connect on: Facebook @lisalackeyconversations Instagram @lisalackey60 Edited by Andrea Klunder and Edwin Ruiz at The Creative Impostor Studios. Theme music is by Nicholas77 at freesound.org and is licensed under the Creative Commons.

26mins

28 Nov 2018

Rank #15

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012 - This Isn't Working - When Certain Conflicts Don’t Seem To Get Resolved

Do you find that when you’re in conflict, that your main objective is to get your point across? Do you walk around on eggshells to avoid the conflict, because it’s awkward? Maybe, when trying to work it out, you find your volume, tone and intensity increases and you’re yelling? Or, do you use the double punch of wit and insult? I don’t know, you may be masterful at conflict resolution, if you are great! If resolving conflict, is difficult and you keep having the outcomes with no solution, you want to listen to this! You’ll hear about 4 communication patterns that block resolving conflicts. Not only that, you will get a close up of the roles and characteristics that get amplified in conflicts and other areas of our lives. Finally, click this link to take the "drama triangle" assessment to show your areas of strength and the stuff to work on to get to resolving conflicts more quickly. Learn more about Lisa and her clinical practice, Insideout Living: https://www.insideoutrecovery.com/ Connect on: Facebook @lisalackeyconversations Instagram @lisalackey60 Edited by Andrea Klunder and Edwin Ruiz at The Creative Impostor Studios. Theme music is by Nicholas77 at freesound.org and is licensed under the Creative Commons.

22mins

21 Nov 2018

Rank #16

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011 - Have You Ever Had A Squatter In Your House?

When we leave ourselves by being enamored or preoccupied with distractions, we gradually leave ourselves. Before we know it, we just don’t feel like ourselves and we start to look externally to feel better. We may even find “temporary solutions” only to find out that we are treating symptoms, rather than cause. An example may be being frustrated about something you haven’t dealt with, so you put it on a “shelf”, as if that’s the “solution” to the frustration. Putting it on the shelf, may temporarily bring relief. However, if the cause, perhaps procrastination due to fear, is not dealt with, the “squatter of procrastination” will not leave. Have you ever had a squatter in your house? Get a FREE squatter assessment as gift from Lisa: http://bit.ly/ioc11squatters Learn more about Lisa and her clinical practice, Insideout Living:https://www.insideoutrecovery.com/ Connect on: Facebook @lisalackeyconversations Instagram @lisalackey60 Edited by Andrea Klunder and Edwin Ruiz at The Creative Impostor Studios. Theme music is by Nicholas77 at freesound.org and is licensed under the Creative Commons.

17mins

14 Nov 2018

Rank #17

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010 - Dear Sistah Girl Part 3 - Whose life are you living?

We are living at a point in history, where we as women are being called to bring it. IT is our very own curated mojo. Our secret sauce, are little somethin, somethin, that thing that makes us who we are, that glam, that has nothing to do with hair, makeup and wardrobe and all to do with our bad a.. authentic, real self. In this episode, you and I will answer the question, whose life am I living? If we aren’t open to gaining more insight about being open to truthfully answering the question, it’s difficult to impossible to bring it, to unleash our mojo. It is our responsibility to make the essential impact, the footprint that your life is meant to make, so that our lives are enhanced and encouraged to live more of the real life. Your mojo can hardly wait for you to bring it at a whole “nother” level. #digdeep #levelup #mojomoves Learn more about Lisa and her clinical practice, Insideout Living: https://www.insideoutrecovery.com/ Connect on: Facebook @lisalackeyconversations Instagram @lisalackey60 Edited by Andrea Klunder and Edwin Ruiz at The Creative Impostor Studios. Theme music is by Nicholas77 at freesound.org and is licensed under the Creative Commons.

21mins

10 Oct 2018

Rank #18

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009 - Dear Sistah Girl Part 2 - The F Word

"Dear Sistah Girl" is a series of episodes that get to the heart of our relations with women as women. We’ll look at the complexities and the absolutely soulful journeys inward and with each other that bring us into Sistah Girl relationship. In Episode 9 we will learn more about the difference between talking dirty and why the “F” word when used in certain ways, for various reasons is sacred and carries within its vibe, a healing balm. Learn more about Lisa and her clinical practice, Insideout Living: https://www.insideoutrecovery.com/ Connect on: Facebook @lisalackeyconversations Instagram @lisalackey60 Insideout Conversations is edited by Andrea Klunder and Edwin Ruiz at The Creative Impostor Studios. Our theme music is by Nicholas77 at freesound.org and is licensed under the Creative Commons.

18mins

3 Oct 2018

Rank #19

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008 - Dear Sistah Girl Part 1 - Talking Dirty

"Dear Sistah Girl" is a series of episodes that get to the heart of our relations with women as women. We’ll look at the complexities and the absolutely soulful journeys inward and with each other that bring us into Sistah Girl relationship. In Episode 8, you’ll relate to our ability to speak a language that is spoken, unspoken and accurately interpreted between Sistahs. Learn more about Lisa and her clinical practice, Insideout Living: https://www.insideoutrecovery.com/ Connect on: Facebook @lisalackeyconversations Instagram @lisalackey60 Insideout Conversations is edited by Andrea Klunder and Edwin Ruiz at The Creative Impostor Studios. Our theme music is by Nicholas77 at freesound.org and is licensed under the Creative Commons.

15mins

26 Sep 2018

Rank #20