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Developing my spiritual abilities!
I am friendly and open. I don't like saying something just to break the silence when it is not necessary. I am not into lame jokes or silly fun, though I am happy to have a good laugh with my friends. I try and give my full attention to any discussion, meeting or work. I am serious about my life. I know that we come to Earth for self-perfection, self-development in terms of our spirit and try and be worthy men on this planet who would always aspire to new things, who'd want to bring a piece of creativity and love into anything they do, who'd want to become spiritually stronger through love, beauty, creation, courage and humility. Life is beautiful when you are willing to see it this way!
My life is an open book these days. I live to improve myself, to have more new experiences, to deepen my knowledge about life, space and my spirit.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I heard of CS from a friend of mine in a pub. He was talking about it so ardently that I decided to become its member. And I know now that I made the right choice that day. Couchsurfing is brilliant!
I surfed and hosted. And both times it was very positive experience.
Books, paintings, esoterics.
- pub crawls
Music, Movies, and Books
Harry Potter, Secret Doctrine, Agni Yoga, Two Lives, The avatar, August Rush, How I met your mother, Neoclassical music, indian, tibetan, chineese music.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
I visited Tibet in May 2011. That was life changing. I managed to walk up to the base of Kailash mountain and had very mysterious moments up there.
Teach, Learn, Share
I am fluent at English and Russian so I am always willing to teach or share some knowledge I acquired through practice. I used to teach some of my friends and other people.
I have some knowledge about the Oriental Teachings that I can share as well.
Countries I’ve Visited
China, India, Nepal, Russian Federation, Thailand, Turkey
Countries I’ve Lived In