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Júlio César Miranda Muniz

Brasilia, Distrito Federal, Brazil

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Overview

  • 25 Positive References
  • Fluent in English, Portuguese
  • 35, Male
  • Member since 2007
  • Translator
  • Tourism
  • From Contagem/Belo Horizonte-MG, Brazil
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About Me

CURRENT MISSION

To be freed from the ego.

ABOUT ME

Hello :-)

Descriptions of oneself are usually confusing, egotistic and perhaps useless, since one can be quite different things in different situations/ environments and our self image might not be similar to how we are viewed, so I'd rather not make an advertisement of myself and I'll let you have your own impressions in any kind/ level of contact we may have.

I'm not the biggest and loudest talker but yes I enjoy communication. Moreover, though I do have my set of appreciated values, I try not to be hypocritical, demagogic, artificial or delusional about them.

I'm a bit of a weirdo you see, sometimes misread, but I'm open to being cordial, friendly and share life with people and this is why I'm here. If you think we have something in common or that differences make for a nice contrast, contact me.

PHILOSOPHY

Live in the moment, timelessly. Flow.

Why I'm on Couchsurfing

HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING

Keeping people company when they visit the city; giving them tips; getting to know those people; attending local meetings.

COUCHSURFING EXPERIENCE

Been hosted in São Paulo in 2007, Porto Alegre, Florianópolis and Curitiba in 2009. Made Brazilian and foreign friends who were visiting or living in the city. Hosted four times since January 2009. Plus I have attended local meetings in Brasília.

Interests

Spirituality in general Healthily questioning life, myself and society and moving in non-obsessive change Music Humour Physical activity Psychology Sociology Ecology Healthy and nature-oriented habits Being of service to the world somehow

Music, Movies & Books

Movies: Shortbus Zeitgeist: Addendum [documentary] What The Bleep Do We Know [documentary] The Secret (yes, with a different perspective) The Holy Mountain The Raspberry Reich House Of Spirits Scary Movie (1 and 2) Cleópatra, by Júlio Bressane

Music: Alanis Morissette Radiohead Cocteau Twins Kate Bush The Cranberries Garbage Roxette Belle And Sebastian Bjork The Hidden Cameras Madonna Brian Eno Kraftwerk Hanin Elias Sigur Rós Dead Can Dance Echo Lake Slow Dive Franz Ferdinand The Sugarcubes System Of A Down Air Patrick Wolf Blondie The Smiths ABBA Vive La Fête Wade Imre Morissette Blur The Vaselines Cansei de Ser Sexy Ladytron Green Day Sinead O’Connor REM Le Tigre Pato Fu Legião Urbana Cyndi Lauper Atari Teenage Riot Oasis and more

Books: The First And Last Freedom – Jiddu Krishnamurti Tantra The Supreme Understanding - Osho Inteligência - Osho The Aquarian Conspiracy - Marilyn Ferguson The Power Of Now - Eckhart Tolle Sexo, Em Busca da Plenitude - Osho The Da Vinci Code - Dan Brown

One Amazing Thing I've Done

Not necessarily the most amazing thing, but at least a very significant one: the view of Rio de Janeiro from the Corcovado. I felt what a breathtaking view really is. It's amazing how the juggernaut-rocks, the green, the sea, the sky and the urban constructs look so beautiful and harmonic together. Definitely breath taking and thrilling. You almost can feel the city as a living being.

Teach, Learn, Share

I'd rather not expect to teach or learn anything. It is rather a process of self discovery and then external discovery but if anything has to be taught, learned, shared, whatever, it will happen naturally...Or maybe also there is a lot that we'd rather "unlearn" and let go of?!

Countries I've Visited

Brazil

Countries I've Lived In

Brazil

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