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I listened a sentence about the japaneses traditional gueishas that really gives me a lot of inspiration to my own life: be not an artist, but the artpiece.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I can participate in the CS Project using in the practical my favorite word: tandem - name given to the meeting and potencialization of energys, like the birds when fly togheter.
GENEVE - Frederic opened to me (and only to me, to be alone) his family´s old house in the field
BASEL - the dears Tanji and Johnatan hosted me two times in their beutifull house
FRANKFURT - Usman was the better city guide that I never know before
MONTEVIDEO - I passed a amazing weekend with Pablo and his roommates and neighbours
ROSARIO - I surfed a couch in the city that I live, it was a very funny esperience
PARATY - Captain Michel host me a week in his fabolous sailboat Horizonte Azul, introducing me in the nautical life, thanks a lot!
MOEDA - I find a profile that could be the mine: Lucas Ladeira hosts me in his house on a beautiful small city near Belo Horizonte, and we spent two so great days in the region.
Adventures with all that ingredients.
Music, Movies, and Books
Dictionarys are my favourites books.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Observe and interact with animals. Be accepted in a horse's group, and dance with they.
Teach, Learn, Share
I have an practice named DESCOLA. in Brazil we say that someone is a "descolada" person when she always have a very particular and efective way to do the things. My DESCOLA (that maybe could be translated like DISCHOOL, DISCUELA) is a informal school, where the teacher are the coincidences, the capacity of been awake on the present moment. A jam for exemple is a perfect example of learn by the DESCOLA. The principle of the DESCOLA is the osmosis. I trust in this kind of learning.
What I Can Share with Hosts
Countries I’ve Visited
Bolivia, Ecuador, France, Germany, Peru, Spain, Switzerland, Uruguay
Countries I’ve Lived In