Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
I've come to believe that all that life really is, in the end, is
the etching away of culture's monochromatic residue to unveil the
colorful masterpiece of who we truly are. Some call that karma,
others learning to follow your heart.
I seem to fulfill a new life passion of mine every six months or so
and constantly embrace new family and friends. I like life this way
because as long as I'm aligned with myself, the other aspects and
necessities sync up naturally. Sometimes it's a bummer to my ego
but I'm getting better at that, slowly but surely.
I'm in a new location every few months, so disclaimer. From
California originally, I am a successful confirmation of active
yogi sadhaka & technology fanboy start-up stereotype. A New
Orleans type of guy in an NYC type of world, living in a Piscean
dreamland of mystical Amazonian energies and Himalayan prana
movement as I generate electricity in the dynamic hills of Los
I love meeting new people. Romance is cool yet comes and goes as it
will, intimacy is special yet not to be forced, and meanwhile human
connection can happen in any capacity any time, so here I present
myself to the OKC deities to present to your lovely eyes like a
goat up for sacrifice. Or something? 😝
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
Lately, I am a filmmaker. Been the last 8 months in India and Nepal
working on a first-person travelogue/documentative video series
exploring when "ancient" spirituality meets the modern world. Now I
have plunged into the virtual reality scene and I have officially
begun my life's work.
Before the last ~year of this, for an era I swam through the
current of free-flowing career options as yoga instructor in
Central America, English teacher in Asia, hitchhiking hippie,
pOsT~MoDeRn* novelist, organic farmer, and countless other random
gigs. And what prompted all of that was the routine from working
for a Hollywood post-production sound company.
I have never done anything with my BA (French Literature) except
for travel in France and impress absolutely no one with my
eccentric knowledge of French writers.
Always, I am a musician: piano is my spirit instrument, accordion
is my spirit animal. Guitar relaxes me and learning the trumpet
lately has taught me a new form of lip-intimacy (seriously--have
you ever tried this embouchure thing?! it's so weird).
Also, psychonaut. Lately it's been microdosing. I find the effects
far from subtle yet light enough to go about my life without
becoming a space cadet. Just profound enough to complement the
artist's life of new age vegan yogi asshole, it still hurts my
stomach so it leads me to believe they were right: you don't truly
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Happy music teams:
Charles Mingus, Earl Hines, Dizzy Gillepsie.
Bonobo, Quantic, Emancipator.
Orphic, Phaeleh, I-F.
Strung Out, Face to Face, A Wilhelm Scream.
Jean Baudrillard vs Jacques Derrida,
Terence McKenna vs Mahirishti Yogi
Neil Stephenson + William Gibson vs Jeff Noon + Tom Robbins,
Jack Kerouac + Hunter S Thompson vs Rolf Potts + Hemingway
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
Having floorspace for yoga, some quietitude,
(turmeric and ginger please) avocado, a computer and some money
in my bank account all certainly make things more comfortable (but
that's just an illusion anyway, right?).
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
What it is inside me that creates expectations of others and how it
creates the ego that conflicts with the pleasantness in my
perception of material existence.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
Venus in Aries or coffee enemas, take your pick and we'll go with
You should message me if
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You take care of yourself (mind and body) or at least acknowledge
that you should (intention). You try to be aware of your internal
displacements and projections onto others when it happens and you
are on a path of self-healing/growth/development.
I'm seeking friends/partners/companionships that satisfy my phasal
requirements for romance and intimacy and companionship. The
details of those needs fluctuate in their own rhythm and are
satisfied in different ways that I never can predict; but I do know
that time and space are not relevant to this equation--I am a nomad
at heart and despite changing locations often, I take very
seriously the partners I choose to intimately connect/karmically
mingle with. (It's serious hippy business, messing with my chi
These days I prefer to spend time with people that contribute
anything productive and positive to my life. It is an open list but
I do know that I seek creative inspiration, stimulating curiosity,
and the soothing feminine touch. We don't need to be best friends
and we don't need to be project partners, but we do need to be able
to find the wavelengths we share and surf those out while they
last. I want you to feel amazing around me and I want to feel
amazing around you. No one should waste time with anyone who
doesn't bring out the best in them.
Last thing, I'm really 27, not whatever age I have in there. I
search engine optimize myself when I date online.
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