seasonalpdx
38 Portland, OR
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My self-summary
The good stuff is always subjective. Let's see.... I'm easy going, nonchalant, intelligent, easy to laugh, and try to be the best person possible. I'm incredibly compassionate and conscientious. In the past I was overly accommodating, but as I've matured and grown I have learned that healthy boundaries are essential for balance and well being. I am not hesitant to speak my mind. I'm articulate, tactful, and insightful. I don't believe it's my place to judge or say what's right or wrong as we all have our own path and lessons to experience. Despite trying not to interject my own agenda, I do have my own sense of morality that I navigate my life by. I'm incredibly spiritual, but not woo woo crazy. I'm loyal, honest, and try to live in every moment with vivacity and joy. I meditate daily and send healing to the Earth. I eat healthy, cook a lot of organic whole foods, and am taking care of my body. My goal is to be 80 going on 20 years of age.

My ideal match? I don't know that I'm wise enough to know what that is. We all make these lists about what we think is best for us, but sometimes I think it's just a notion of what we perceive to be ideal. This may have some/little/no basis in truth. I trust the Universe will match me with a partner who will enhance my life and I for him. Honestly, I would love a man who is not perfect, but perfect for me; someone who challenges me to be a better person. A partner who gives room and breadth for growth, but will walk near or with me on my journey as I will do for him. Relationships should be easy; meaning that being with a partner is fluid, like the flow in Feng Shui. Yet stimulating enough to facilitate expansion of the spirit and mind. I do expect there to be challenges, healthy ones that allow opportunity for evolution. Though I do not believe a relationship should taunt you to the core with strife. I own my experience and hope that my partner does too.

Besides that, I think a sense of humor is essential. We need to laugh and play, be goofy, and be spontaneous (when we can). Life can get in the way of living, its important to lighten things up.

I try not to have expectations. That way no one feels under pressure and no one can be disappointed. It gives people freedom to excel to a potential that they are ready to embrace. I do have standards, but that is no one else's responsibility to sustain, only mine to fulfill. I just hope to find someone who shares a similar sensibility.

Some of my favorite things: admiring the beauty of sunbeams glitter through tree branches and penetrate windows, soft breezes that carry the perfume of flowers, meditations, dark chocolate, red wine, Good Soup.

To relax I take leisurely walks through this beautiful city with a coffee in one hand and the other hand....? Mind bending conversations that project me from my comfort zone and enables me to see something new... a man who can facilitate that....sexy.
What I’m doing with my life
I have a private practice here in Portland and at some point would love to travel up to 3 months a year giving the medicine to those who need it most. I do not have children, on the fence about it really, but if I do some day I would love to take them with me around the world and share with them the beauty of this planet, even if the beauty is a painful truth.
I’m really good at
Seeing patterns. I'm very analytically minded and typically can draw links between seemingly unassociated objects to make cohesion. I'm a good listener & problem solver, if its welcomed of course.
The first things people usually notice about me
I get a lot of compliments on my smile and people have told me my laugh is infectious.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Where to start??? "The Magdaline Manuscript" by Tom Kenyon. "Ask Your Angels" by Andrew Ramer. "Shakti Woman" by Noble. "The Return of Merlin" by Deepak Chopra. "Yellow Emperor's Classic of Medicine." "The mummy" by Anne Rice. Anything by Kryon. "The Arcturian Anthology" by Tom Kenyon.

Movies: Pretty woman, The holiday (I'm a girl.) Bridget Jones. Sleepless in Seattle. *sigh, such a girl* Though everyone accuses me of thinking like a guy. I like to think my masculine and feminine are balanced. 😊 I like action too! These are Just my favorites.

Music: I'm terrible. I barely know the names of artists. I just hear something I like and if it's played enough times I know the words. Some are: Ella Fitzgerald, Frank, Jason Mraz, Samantha James, The Script, Anugama, 30STM
The six things I could never do without
I'm not sure. I'm a minimalist by nature. So, I don't really have things of sentiment. Of course Family, Friends, Good Food/wine, My cat, laughter, the sixth item is open for rotation.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Sooooo much! The changing world we live in. Where I'm going to adventure next. How to defy gravity.
On a typical Friday night I am
Could be anything. Out for a meal or in with Hulu
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I'm not interested in casual sex. Emphasis on NOT. If that is what you are looking for, please do not contact me.
You should message me if
Even if I'm interested I probably won't contact you first. I have found that when I pursue, it falls apart. When I'm pursued, it can last a lifetime. Aaahh... The game. Rather do without it. It's biology though.

You are open minded, not jealous (I have male friends and always will), spiritual, and a good conversationalist. And if you are interested despite my "replies" status. Attraction is more than looks... Its an undeniable force to be reckoned with.

@@ DO NOT CONTACT ME IF @@
- You smoke, unless you are ok with something platonic.
- You are in a poly/open relationship (good for you. Just not my thing)
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