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I'm a perpetual student with many interest. I studied Social Science in college and that gave me some good tools to understand and to be in this society. I lived at Rio most of my life, but I travel a lot (body, mind and spirit). I'm specially concerned about how to live in this planet in harmony with all living beings, especially with myself. I'm part of a organic consumer association struggling against agribusiness (witch is really strong in Brazil). I love to cook, the kitchen is full of spices to feed mind and body. I'm also involved in permacultural projects rescuing our ancestral knowledge to build a new world. I have a strong connection with mother Gaia. Life is a constant learning.
Living life at her best. Loving nature and keeping in touch with the inner God that habits all of us. Finding myself just to discover that a "myself" doesn't exist. Learning to leave this myself behind to connect heart to heart
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
Sharing my life and home with all the beautiful friends that I met in my/our way. I've been hosting people for more than two years in Rio de Janeiro. It's my way of sharing and be able to live in this very expensive and amazing city. It's more than a commercial business, it's a way to show different city to the foreign.
Most of the unseen world around, small things. Music: the music of the world. Nature. Good humans. Travels (even in dreams.
- social science
Music, Movies, and Books
Music: , Jorge Mautner, Chico Sciense, Carlota, Chico Buarque, Otto, Novos Baianos, Mutantes, Pink Floyd, , Los Hermanos. All of Brazilian Tradicional Music: ameríndea e africana (samba, maracatu, coco)
Movies: Clockwork Orange, Samsara, Kiriku, The Sheltering Sky, The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, Once upon a time in the West, Bye Bye Brazil.
Books: One Hundred Years of Solitude, Agosto, The Unbearable Lightness of Being, 1984, Animal Farm, Earthdance, Lobsang Rampa, Power of Now
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
I think I opened my eyes to life changing things two or three times in my whole life, and knowing that I'll probably open it again it's fantastic.
Life is just a perspective.
Teach, Learn, Share
Raw, living food. Cooking healthy. I can teach how to smile until our eyes are closed and our belly is hurting. I know a few things about green beings, permaculture, garden and Devas. I would love to have some dance classes, horoscope, yoga, meditation...
Countries I’ve Visited
Argentina, Brazil, United States, Uruguay
Countries I’ve Lived In