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  • 5 References 3 Confirmed & Positive
  • Fluent in English, German, Portuguese, Spanish
  • 34, Male
  • Member since 2010
  • The miseducation and reeducation of Dieg*.
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About Me


To avoid any demand from the outside and listen to my own needs.


Maybe some words that are important to me: veganism, meditation, queer culture, psychoanalysis, vedic astrology, visual and performance arts, singing, small dogs and cats, coffee and tea, symbolism, walking the streets, walking in nature, parks, architecture, daydreaming.

I eat mostly vegan. I don't normally drink alcohol. I don't smoke and don't use other drugs.


To evolve and to help other evolve.

Trying to be here now, in loving kindness and in hateful bitchiness (from Buddha to Kali).

Why I’m on Couchsurfing


i participate the way it feels natural at the time.


i have had some. always positive. lovely people this website gathers.


From Buddha to Sigmund Freud, passing through alternative music... connect the dots.

I'm pretty much into non-comformists.

  • pets
  • cats
  • dogs
  • arts
  • culture
  • singing
  • performing arts
  • architecture
  • coffee
  • vegan
  • meditation
  • walking
  • drinking
  • music
  • alternative music
  • parks

One Amazing Thing I’ve Done

About a sunset in autumn in Berlin:

today i saw one of the most beautiful sunsets i have ever seen. it was not only beautiful to see, it was also beautiful to feel. even though i was standing on a busy avenue, i was in absolute peace. there were so many textures, so many colors, the light just perfect. And I felt absolutely alone - the last man on earth - not because i was literally alone, but because nobody else stopped to watch this amazing happening. i understood, insightfully, why in antiquity the sky would be referred to as heaven, and why it brings a heavenly idea to us. definitely one who admires the sky will never be too impressed with earthling things. but it really made me feel uneasy that nobody else stopped to contemplate it. and some people, seeing that i was longingly gazing towards nothing, also looked in the same direction, to see if there was something. but they saw nothing. nobody saw anything, but me. this is not to say i am special, it is just to say most people cannot see "special".

something is very wrong with the world, when such a beautiful sky goes unnoticed.

What I Can Share with Hosts

active presence, meditation, deep talks/ attentive listening, help with rearranging furniture/ decorating, help taking care of pets, company for walking around...

Countries I’ve Visited

France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, Portugal, Scotland, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom, United States

Countries I’ve Lived In

Brazil, Germany

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