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Edwin
57 Lambeth, London (Greater), United Kingdom
Seeking: Female 22 - 44
Star sign: Libra
I am looking for a long term relation, as life is so much more fun when shared with a partner. I am looking for a person with good heart and compassionate. I prefer somebody interested in meditation and personal development, vegan or vegetarian who could support me on my path. I am deeply fascinated by Asian woman, so you could expect never ending affection and attention. I am a spiritual person enjoying life focused on building the best possible future and relationship, discovering that there is no limit to enjoyment of life. Spiritual does not mean fanatic - I am opened to all types of believe systems, but I prefer to connect with people who are working on self-improvement. I am relaxed about life. I enjoy sports like tennis, sailing, biking and swimming, but also spirituality like meditation and energy healing. I laugh a lot and I am very optimistic about life. I graduated from University in 3 different specialities, speak well 3 languages and understand the fourth one. I am more interested in developing a deep connection with another person, then just in talking about it. I did travel for the whole last year and I decided to settle down in London. I run my own workshops here. I work as hypnotist. I worked in IT industry as database administrator, but I became very bored with it so I switched. I accept people the way they are and I do not plan to change them. I think it is a great gift. I am a Libra with Sagittarius Ascendant, Moon in Libra and Venus and Mars in Virgo. I have my workshops in Kalikalos Greece, Arrambol India and London. I will take some time before I would join this web site, but it is easy to find me.
olly
38 Bath, Avon, United Kingdom
Seeking: Female 18 - 25
Star sign: Libra
Have you ever had others criticize you for the path in life you have been called to walk, be it spiritual, career, lifestyle, and so on?Often those who tend to have the greatest opposition to the pathway we walk are family and friends. Of course this can be extended to include religious institutions, political parties, and cultural traditionalists as well — many of which make no bones about it, priding themselves on believing that their way is the only way.It can be incredibly difficult to separate from the “herd” and go our own way when it goes against the grain of the herd mentality (or majority) and yet, if we don’t, we know there is a part of us that will slowly begin to die.Call it spirit, soul, life force, or what you may, there is that within us that knows who it is we’ve come here to be and what it is we’ve come here to do and if we don’t listen to its call, it begins to wane.This is when life becomes more about enduring until we die rather than thriving while we are here.Perhaps what our critics don’t understand is that beneath the layer of what they may refer to as “choice,” there lies another layer where lives the authentic self, and its voice perpetually whispers ever so softly in our inner ear, “Be who you are and you’ll find freedom, fullness of expression, joy, peace, purpose and meaning in this precious life you have been given.”This voice beckons us to be true to ourselves; when we hear and listen to that voice, it’s not so much that we are then guided to choose a certain path in life but, in truth, realize that our path has chosen us.The voice to which I refer is incapable of guiding us in a direction that is self-destructive or harmful to others or that in any way dishonors the sacredness of life, because it is life itself that beckons us.

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