Culture Changers with Allison Hare
EP70: Style, Psychology, and Your Self-Expression: Lillian Charles
Host Allison Hare talks to Lillian Charles, Style Therapist, Fitness Instructor, and Wellness Advocate, in talks about helping people own their body through clothing, full expression, wellness and acceptance
Host Allison Hare talks to Lillian Charles, Style Therapist, Fitness Instructor, and Wellness and Spiritual Advocate, in talks about helping people own their body through clothing, wellness and acceptance, and aiding people through deep trauma, teaching SPIN classes, scaling her business, and her work with intentionally Gray.
- Allison Hare introduces Lillian Charles
- What was it like growing up as someone who didn’t always fit in a box?
- Lillian has always been intuitive and able to feel when things weren’t right.
- The theme of the class Rise and Release Lillian taught was ‘we are not crazy.”
- Lillian Charles has psychic visions.
- How do we get past the negative stories we tell ourselves?
- Why are we beating ourselves up about things we can’t wear?
- Are societal norms making women feel bad about their bodies?
- What, as an empath, how does she protect her energy?
- Where does she feel the most alive?
- How does she do the work she does virtually online?
- How does she scale her business?
- How does she get with the right clients
- What is her goal for 2020?
3 Key Points
- People need the license to let go of things like clothes that no longer fit.
- There is nothing wrong with your body. You are just choosing the wrong things.
- We all should be living to our full potential instead of getting sidetracked with negativity.
- “I take the shells away. This is you as your soul. Like, how f**king beautiful is that? That you are recognizing how incredible you are, how incredible we all are? That you can look at yourself and be like, yes this is what I deserve.” –Lillian Charles
- “Mindfulness, as we know, gives us the pause between reactivity, which can look crazy and the way that we react is just a conditioned response.” – Lillian Charles