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Practicing and teaching Left Brain Right Brain Integration through the African D'jembe.
I grow up on a dairy farm in Wisconsin. Lived in 5 different states and 2
countries. Like to play Tennis, practice Martial Arts, and practice/teach Left Brain Right Brain Integration through the African D'jembe. Very creative, perceptive and adventurous . Calm, clean, friendly and genuine. I am 6'2 1/2" 200lbs. Czech, German and African.
Looking for people who like tennis and playing music. Open to finding girlfriend. I am a friend to all animals. I love creating photo
composites on AdobePhotoShop CS.
The spirit is no doubt the controlling agent of our existence. This invisible seat controls every movement in whatever external situation arises. It is thus, to be extremely mobile, never "stopping" in any place at any moment. Preserve this state. Be "master of the house."
“Art calls for complete mastery of techniques, developed by reflection within the soul.”
“Self-knowledge involves relationship. To know oneself is to study one self in action with another person. Relationship is a process of self evaluation and self revelation. Relationship is the mirror in which you discover yourself - to be is to be related.”
There is a powerful craving in most of us to see ourselves as instruments in the hands of others and, thus, free ourselves from responsibility for acts which are prompted by our own questionable inclinations and impulses. Both the strong and the weak grasp at this alibi. The latter hide their malevolence under the virtue of obedience. The strong, too, claim absolution by proclaiming themselves the chosen instruments of a higher power---God, history, fate, nation or humanity.
Similarly, we have more faith in what we imitate than in what we originate. We cannot derive a sense of absolute certitude from anything which has its roots in us. The most poignant sense of insecurity comes from standing alone and we are not alone when we imitate. It is thus with most of us; we are what other people say we are. We know ourselves chiefly by hearsay.
Fear comes from uncertainty. When we are absolutely certain, whether of our worth or our worthlessness, we are almost impervious to fear. Thus, a feeling of utter unworthiness can be a source of courage. Everything seems possible when we are absolutely helpless or absolutely powerful---- and both states stimulate our gullibility.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
Left Brain Right Brain Integration
anything having to do with creating
- martial arts
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Road a mountain bike from Madrid Spain to Granada Spain. Lived there for 3 years, 2 years as an immigrant. Worked in London with a South African catering company.