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"djamil erin finnegan" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"djamil erin finnegan" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

"To just become a bit of a twisted off when you're in pain you know and so i It's so nice to also find out that someone really admire his nice to you in. Like sort of two-minute drips even never know someone's really like it's been so i- opening to get to know you feel the same way and i'm so grateful to have gotten to know you this much more because i've always felt the same way of like every time i see you. I'm like laura of her. Funniest thing is that you and i realized yesterday. We've had each other's number for threes this whole time. We've just been sort of tiptoeing near dm once every six months the fucking phone number. We've seen each other emoji. That's that's big shit shit. We send each other big package. we were taking. We were taking big ships on each other's stores worst responding within minutes. It was a great. It's well how much time ways that we shall. we shall remedy. Wait and before you go. I have to ask. What do you weigh this one. So tough talker everyone. It's tough everyone. Can i say something like kindness. You ever you everyone okay. Well you can wear your favorite sex to it. I don't care just has to a know. It can be the deepest the lee steep thing in the world you know. I have a lot of favorite sex toys. But i will say yeah like i i would hope to look back and say like that back. I was worth my weight in kindness. Us love lane been very kind today. And hopefully i will see you soon. I'm going to a media. I thank you. Thank you so much for listening to this week's episode i with meal is produced in research by myself djamil erin finnegan and kimmy gregory it is edited by andrew carson and the beautiful music. You're hearing now is made by my boyfriend. James blake if you haven't already please rate review and subscribe to the show. It's a great way to show your support. We also have a bonus series exclusively on stitcher premium called ostrom Anything check out. You can get a free month's stitcher premium by going stitcher dot com ford's premium and using the promo code. Iway lastly over. I way we would love to hear from you and share way at the end of this book cost. You can leave us a voicemail at one eight one eight six six zero five five four three or email us. What you way at highway podcast at gmail.com..

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"djamil erin finnegan" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"djamil erin finnegan" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

"That's why. I would say i was the way i tell the truth. Whatever like going on is this. If you know even if the situation doesn't seem correct for it. I still end up telling the truth. I love doing that. The heels me it feels like it's hearing the audience. And i'm i'm not interested in anything else on the truth love that i love your dedication to radical honesty firing i find it so inspiring even though i will never get away with it. The way the you due to exhaustion simon. Your such a joy. It's been so nice to get to know you in this. Truly very public outweigh the it's it's really just been so eye-opening and inspiring and i- nice. Oh look forward to all of your future. And i also just want to say how much i love the fact that you continue to move on from things that you've mastered and continue to take on new challenge yourself as the idea that i'm constantly discouraged from doing and i think that you've been someone. I've always kind of looked across the pond to for someone who just keeps paying like right. Now i've done that. And i've become good at it and whenever you become good at something i think especially in media they say one i keep doing because you can keep making money from it. But there's a part of your brain that starts to die however exciting and cool that drove not to diminish the job itself But i've i've just jumped career again and again and again and jumped straight into the deepened. Just allowed myself to be as vulnerable and freaked out as possible. And it has led me to so much happiness and fulfillment new experiences. And i really thank you for being an example of doing that. Oh thanks. I feel like your narrative sample to me as well. I'm just gonna strongly advise against the thank you so much. Simon have great. You too thank you so much for listening to this week's episode. I way with jamila jamila produce research by myself to meet a djamil erin finnegan and kimmy gregory it is edited by andrew carson and the beautiful music. You're hearing now is made my boyfriend's james blake if you haven't already please rate review and subscribe to the show. It's a great way to show your support. We also have a bonus. Series exclusively institure premium called australila. Anything check out. You can get a free month's stitcher premium by going stitcher dot com forward slash premium and using the promo code. Iway lastly over. I way we would love to hear from you and share what you way. At the end of this cost you can leave us. Voicemails at one eight one eight six six zero five five four three or email us. What you way at highway cost at g mail dot com and now we would love to pass the mic to one a fabulous listeners. A business owner a from survivor succeeding as a frame award. Live camera operator. Turns liver disease survivor. A good listener burnley sister depressive national geographic explorer an activist being ten years into pain. Preteens breaks biggest fan. i'm hyper mobile phone phobia. Who said this is very difficult and maturity from razor..

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"djamil erin finnegan" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"djamil erin finnegan" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

"A sense of shame. Jimmy i like like justin negotiating. The i'm gonna have to fly on a plane that doesn't have like a business class option. I after figure this out in a foreign language. Flying around in france was so scary. And i just go to this place of shame and know that the people who are dealing with me are going to be like off you awful fat person and like i would like to see myself and more people do better advocates for themselves to in those situations with doctors with airlines with all of the situations that are scary. Be able to advocate for ourselves. Not from a place of shame from a place of having need and it needs to be like any other customer like any other paying customers have a need. I need that need only human being with dignity. And it's like it's always weird when i see not fat. People have to make a parallel asks and they're able to do it without the same sort of like overwhelming shame. And i'm like. Maybe i need to learn to be more of that guy. Yeah i think maybe everyone does. And i think that's what the future is going to have to look like. You know something that you said to me. When we spoke over the phone was icon. Expect the well to do more for me than i do for myself. I have to do the work. And i think about sobriety beautiful an important sentiment to end this on. It's frustrating but it is tiring like it is tiring. Yeah but also it's worth it and the the wonderful thing about being middle aged is that you have seen the world get better. I've seen the worlds change and like be less shit headed about so many things in that affecting me affects people that i love. I'm continuing that work requires more change. I think there is a way that Like so many americans have been taught to think of our country's journey as an inexorable journey towards greater freedom and that's not true it has been work. It has been work and work with a lot of setbacks along the way and it doesn't just happen. It takes people putting themselves at risk hundred percent the guy before i lose you May i ask you what are you weigh. I weigh one book. I wrote a book. It's called my life as a goddess available wherever books are sold. And i'm proud of it and that is definitely a significant aspect of the mass that i have on this planet I wear my relationship with my niece of put line to and she puts a lot into and gives me back so much I weigh the truly weightless time of being on stage. Like i love. i have getting to perform. Stand up comedy is such a lovely thing and then i get to do it so frequently with so many amazing people in front of so many amazing audiences is a significant aspects of who i am and what i am on this planet in relationship to gravity love best. Thank you so much for coming on and having such a meaningful for me about so many different incredibly personal things i do and i have i get your in person. Sometimes because it's been like six years time. Thank you so much for having. I really appreciate it. Thank you so much for listening to this week's episode with jamila mill is produced and research by myself. Tomato djamil erin finnegan and kimmy gregory. It is edited by andrew jackson and the beautiful music. You're hearing now is made by my boyfriend's james blake if you haven't already please rate review and subscribe to the show. It's a great way to show your support. We also have a bonus series exclusively on stitcher premium austria. Anything check out. You can get a free month to stitch premium by going to dot com slash premium and using the promo code. I weigh lastly over. I would love to hear from you and share way at the end of this cost. You can leave us a voicemail at one eight one eight six six zero five five four three or email us. What you way at iway cast at gmail.com and now we would love to pass the mic to one fabulous listeners. Mara i weigh the love of my two. Your nieces admire knee so much a question highway my relationship with my family. I weigh my journey into womanhood as a transgender woman. I weigh my close friends who are chosen family. I weigh my ability to create great art. And i weigh my spirituality and the love of art..

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"djamil erin finnegan" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

21:06 min | 1 year ago

"djamil erin finnegan" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

"Very difficult for me. And so i think that it has allowed me to be more okay with the fact that there are ups and downs on mental health. I think they were always kind of searching for like that final resting poisoner like like yes. I'm okay permanently. I never need to think about this mental health thing ever again to my knowledge. That's not really thing short of death. So that i'm kind of like as long as i'm alive we're good. I'm doing good and i can try to find something to smile at in win. The shit smells. It's okay for me to complain about it. It's okay for me. Not like it. And i don't have to be anything for any one person before. I definitely before are practicing. I definitely used to feel like. I need to fix myself so that i can be acceptable. Mba accepted by the other people in my life. And now i don't really feel that way i think that's incredibly par empowering and i hope that anyone who's listening to this who may be you know thinks that will look like gwyneth paltrow vessel people people on this because but you know because he looked certain way. This isn't worthwhile. Fear that the that your end goal is too far away. You know you want to lose one hundred pounds or twenty pounds or you want your you want this part of your body to be super defined at that. We'll take too long if that's the lens through which you're looking at all movement then of course you're going to be daunted of course you're not going to do anything but if you think about it as i will definitely feel better in an hour after an hour of exercise often arabic. Whatever you can do than i did before. I will feel more in control of my life. I will have chemicals in my brain that are actively enhancing the quality of my life. If i just do this exercise then you will have an instant reward. I love instant rewards. I hate long-term fucking promises i loved. I love instant gratification. And that's why now like exercise. Because i immediately have have acquired something that i didn't have before for moving on just for. Twenty minutes is conferred gentle. You know. I don't do yoga. And i think maybe that's because i haven't felt comfortable in yoga spaces and maybe you're giving me some more clarity as to why because i still feel as though is a loss out the aesthetic. Maybe i need your yoga In order to feel safe All yoga i feel like all the postures are literally an opportunity to connect with your breath and so i feel like as long as you're breathing. You're practicing yoga. And i think that some things like especially like everything we are saying about exercise so real like just moving your body just to feel good like human beings are meant to be in motion were meant to be leaping and lunging and and hunting in like going through this huge life experience and instead all day most of us sit at deaths we hold devices. We pretend to be robots ultimately so i feel like anything that you can do. That reminds you that you're not a robot is the best thing that you could possibly do. And it doesn't need to be about looking plant or doing anything different. It's just kind of whatever. But yoga. I mean i do think obviously his head a really profound impact for me and i think you know what you're saying about the aesthetic a so legit and i'm like joe if it does not feel real if it feels like just some bullshit the please don't they just don't but but at the same time also part of me that's like whatever that is is somebody's yoga that's somebody's experienced so it's all it's all a wash. It all comes out in the end. These beliefs style is more than just fashion. That's why everything they make is exceptionally comfortable. Totally sustainable and fully machine washable from slip on sneakers and classic flats to sheikh handbags and spacious totes. Rossi's makes getting dressed easy and they are made with one hundred percent recycled materials. Like threads spun from plastic water bottles. Many people don't regularly wash their shoes or bags. 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And and yoga has been a big part of you being able to manage anxiety but you also use. We'd listrik way to enhance your younger practice as well as as well as to help with your anxiety. And you've become even an advocate for really long time on the private side before. And i feel as though now you'll become a more vocal about it but can be about about what we'd has meant to to your life to your mental health benefits. You see because obviously we live in a country that it's fucking insane when it comes marijuana we have you know. We have predominantly white people. Starting legal wheat farms in the same state that we still have people locked up for having one joint on the litter away for paedophiles way. Eight years just doesn't this country makes me want to my head through window sometimes but in all reflects white supremacist values. And i saw where i will say about weed is the i like. I never talked about it openly. And i realized that people would be like what what are the wellness practices that you're doing your life and when i talk only about yoga like i'm not giving people the full picture so talking about weed has just been like i want to be honest about the way that the all the ways that i take care of myself in that this is such a crucial piece of it but i also realized that part of why was talking about. It was out of fear of the stigma of what it would mean to be a canvas user. And this idea that like it means that you're stupid or slow or like unproductive you're a valuable member of society and i just felt like beyond the fact that none of that is true. I realized that my silence was my co sign on that idea. It was me saying yes. I agree with this. I do think that i should feel ashamed of this. I think this medicine has dangerous. And that that cosign was then keeping people locked up in jail that i am again with saying over and over again like pointing out the ways that i'm a part of the system i was like i am a part of the system that allows people to be incarcerated while they while people are becoming billionaires off cannabis and so i was like no i figure out a way to i need to figure out a way to communicate with other people about this and also make space for anyone who feels that same. Shame and stigma to not feel that anymore. It's why started my organization. We go hi. We are intentionally based in north carolina because north carolina is a state where canada silly legal. And so we're very much aware of the way that cannabis prohibition plays a role in people's access to medicine and we see each individual user is an advocate is an activist in has the potential to completely shift the paradigm and. I think that that time the stigmatization is really the work. That's needed more so than bike. Legalisation of anything. We have to be stigmatizing. But personally i started using cannabis around the same time that i started. Practicing yoga in they have been intertwined for me for much of my practice and i talked about this a little bit in. Yoke but the idea that canvas in yoga go together is so not undo idea is literally like yoga and we'd pretty much always gone together and it's it's always been a thing and i had no idea honestly but for me the weed. I think that is sweeping out. The cobwebs clears out the dirt in my mind. So that i'm able to relax and actually be president to the way that my breath in my body move together and i'm able to experience a deeper meditation in be able to be in the present moment in a different way. I think the dosage is so crucial in like knowing knowing what you're using and feel uncomfortable with it because if you don't feel good about it is oldfield. The way that i just described no absolutely and i think you know i think a lot of people have already bad reactions to marijuana regardless of the strain that they used and some people become paranoid or some people have adverse reactions. And so maybe it's not for you but i do think that if we could just distinct matai kind of birth we can learn more about it and find out more about what might work for us. What level of thc to cbd might be helpful. I mean we saved my life several times me. I because i had some really really horrific things happen within my family Couple of years ago beyond beyond traumatic and way. And i was having to. You know work at the same time in a very very public job. I have to be calm an attentive. I have to be funny and uplifting and just like having truly having a complete meltdown because of what was happening to my family. And i was trying to hide all of this because i also didn't want the newspapers to find out about it didn't on social media and so and so one day i was handed some weed and it wasn't just It wasn't just from someone random. It was like a proper. I think it was the brand dose est so as we knew where it was from we knew exactly the amount of weed we knew i'd be able to function at work but i'd been teetotal. My entire life had never drunk alcohol or had any any drugs. And i think was like in my early thirties and someone handed me this weed and within an hour i was able to send to myself again in my panic attacks talk and so after that for the for the you know the next few months i started to be able to use for that anxiety because it was so out of control and i. I found it so strange that i felt embarrassed. Anyone that's what i was using. And yeah whenever i tell anyone that i use a variety medication prescribed by dr which highly addictive and huge matic and have or can have all kinds of impacts on your brain and by the way. I'm an advocate for both. I'm an advocate for those occasions again. They have saved my life. Last february had a nervous breakdown. I was in a state we it was illegal so i couldn't access any weed and that completely made me. I'm not dependent person but in that kind of crisis definitely needed to override my anxious brain access to we'd legally. I didn't wanna do illegally. 'cause i'm the citizen of america's i had to be fucking careful so given so instead. I was given antianxiety meds that completely saved my life. But i was amazed at how well received these anxiety meds. The as i said as as brilliant ineffective they can't be there hugely dangerous and can be a slippery slope into an opioid crisis in your life. You have to take things very very carefully. I was amazed. Non addictive natural substances is so stigmatized and they both have the same impact on my life. And when i have. I always between the two but the the the how detrimental these mainstream medical drug saw that we gave frank diety. We need already set that. But no i just. I am very very appreciative of anyone. Who can talk about talk about weed in the holistic sense. I think you know that people just look at it as a lady person's way out someone who wasn't willing to do the work but sometimes you can't do the work because your brain is a fucking scrambled. You need something just kind of time for amendment. That's exactly right. That's the thing that is so interesting is that we need is always medicinal even act. I believe that all use medicinal that even whenever you believe it to be recreational like you're hanging out with friends don't think groups has been used as a spiritual practice in so many spiritual traditions. Not just any one cultural tradition. Like it's all over. The world always has been and the only reason that we think anything else is because of a very intentional prohibition campaign that literally launched like at the start of the twentieth century and we still are experiencing the effects of it. There's so much research about this. And i think that making people more aware the way that we all play a part in upholding. The prohibition idea of cannabis being something that is just for people who are lazy or stupid. The ways in which that ideology is deeply racial is that it has been used to marginalize black and brown communities like just being really clear about that. I feel like it doesn't even matter. I'm not even advocating. That everybody used cannabis in the same way that i wouldn't advocate the everybody used prescription drugs. But if you need it. It's there when you need prescription drugs. I'm grateful that there there when you need cannabis. I'm glad it's there and it is there to heal us through these really difficult parts of life that are supposed to happen but sometimes the shit. The mud is too deep. You know sometimes you literally cannot walk forward it's like being in quicksand and being able to loosen yourself that's why there's so many people who are daily users of canvas who have experienced far reaching trauma that there would be no way to. You can't explain it to your co. yeah tell your boss about it. You can't explain it to stranger. It's just something like you know and ultimately you know that you have to keep going in your life and being able to do that. By whatever means necessary is really important and i literally talking about this all day sophomore. I'm stopping your i love. How open you are about it. And i think that it's incredibly important to show workings out. You know as. I said that the the things that you emanate and the piece that you emanate when i see you online it was very helpful for me to learn that part of that is also we'd and we do not cheat we. Just it's a helpful addition to your life and i. I really feel that way. It might be a glass of red wine for someone that's exactly. it could be whatever i just. I the older. I think i used to be really judgmental. And i think similarly to you i think i used to uphold a lot of these stigmas and i used to be really like smog and proud of myself and never drank drugs Same yes way. And i think also you and i didn't want to be the cliche of i think that's also why you and i struggled with the fact that we were baker is kids. You know. I think. Not my eating. Sorta as i i need to. I need to just fit in. I don't want to turn to myself. I don't want to be the stereotypical brown girl who's also. He's also got the fat girl. I don't wanna. I don't wanna be the lesson. Who does the drugs the best i have to be. I copy media guy to be better than all of the white people to be accepted by that and so has been a big poverty. Sunning a lot of these things Absolutely can i ask you just briefly. Any time are you. Would jimmy oleo or terrace house non. I'm a pisces. You don't you're not bush. Your moon and rising. I've no idea my. I'm i'm i'm not clued up on astrology. I'm afraid i'm gonna. I'm gonna send you a link to co star. I'm so curious about your name literally. Please that's ambitious. That's all going to say about that. High see wow left up my yeah. I'm big time of a watery wall street. The fish much Anyway okay. I i want to let you get back to your your very very busy lifestyles. I will get back to my lazy lifestyle so gentlemen stanley before you leave. Would you please tell me what do you weigh are way the legacy of my ancestors the gift that it is to carry their legacy and the opportunity to offer the baton to others and watch other. People live their light as well beautiful. Thank you for the work that you do. everyone please. By gentleman's books go and follow her on social media and free yourself. Liberate yourself from all of the lights that you've been told she's the combat. Thank you so much for listening to this week's episode way with jamila jamila is produced research by myself tomato. Djamil erin finnegan and coming gregory. It is edited by andrew khasan and the beautiful music. You're hearing now is made my boyfriend. James blake if you haven't already please rate review and subscribe to the show. It's a great way to show your support. We also have a bonus series exclusively on stitcher premium called australia. Anything check out. You can get a free month. Stitcher premium by going stitch dot com slash premium and using the promo code. I weigh lastly over. I way we would love to hear from you and showy way at the end of this podcast you can leave us voicemail at one eight one eight six six zero five five four three or email us. 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"djamil erin finnegan" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"djamil erin finnegan" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

"Feel like so many of us wheel that way so yes i wanna weigh myself through how my friends see me or if i went through how my friends see me today. Do it right. I'm yeah there's no right way or wrongly. I won't ask you go into the specifics and then brag although i love it when women drag i. It's truly i. It's my religion women breaking if you ever get to a point where you can love yourself as much sure friends. Please come onto my podcast again. And for an entire hour i would fucking it. Would only you just brag and fucking brag even the way you spoke about your body image like in your special was just so like i love that. We talked about having bodies more but the other way around. Where you slimmer than you are or whatever but like the the the matter of fact and confident way in which you talk about the way that you look or how you carry yourself for like different periods of life where you've wayne and things and you will find with a and that's changed over time. Of course you know like because of time an asian. I've changed as a human. And i'm just settled am settled and but you know Yeah whatever. I've like changes human overtime. So you're junkers change in your perspective changes and we should all be allowed to do that. I used to be more self deprecating about my weight. Well i'm glad. I'm glad that you're not and like i said when you feel ready. Come on and brag we know but thank you. It's been such a pleasure every she to you right after this so good bye. Thank you so much for listening to this week's episode with jamila mill is produced and research by myself. Djamil erin finnegan and kimmy gregory. It is edited by andrew khasan and the beautiful music. You are hearing now is made by my boyfriend's james blake if you haven't already please rate review and subscribe to the show. It's a great way to show your support. We also have a bonus series exclusively on stitcher premium austria. Anything check out. You can get a free month. The stitch premium by going stitcher dot com slash premium and using the promo code. Iway lastly over. I would love to hear from you and showy way at the end of this cost you can leave us a voicemail at one eight one eight six six zero five five four three or email us what you weigh at iway focused at g mail dot com and now we would love to pass the mic to one. Oh fabulous listeners. I'd like to say. I way as everyone would say their families their friends their to my intelligence my love for movies might offer dancing my love of four languages. I love learning languages obsessed with learning as many as possible by way my humor. I think i'm funny i wear. I weigh my creativity away. My love for travel and i love my way and i. I love my way. I weigh A love for connecting with other people. And yeah all right. That's it really think. You love your podcast..

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