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Cosmic Paradigm Researcher & Fine Arts & Ballroom Dancerman.

I became veggie for metaphysical, health and compassion reasons pretty much all at once as a pre-teen that was going through a series of extraordinary (wonderful, mostly) wake-up experiences. Having leading edge fine arts parents was crucial as well. Mom's mystic discoveries plus my Dad's worldly influences, (had us tour a Chicago meat packing plant) along with my general dislike of most animal foods to begin with, made that part of the "sacrifice" easier. Had a bit of a struggle against certain school and business peers (bullies too) and other status quo sentinels, (how about you?) that has gotten easier. Armed with some pretty wide reaching paradigms/ cosmologies at such an early age, allowed me to bypass many of the quagmires of youth: drugs, sex, alcohol, smoking, tattoos, dramatic accidents, depression, etc. The stigma of being different did impel me into certain compensation strategies such as being class clown, doing martial arts, being more intellectually iconoclastic.

Around 2009, I'd learned so much more about dairy, that I've pretty much made the move to vegan. (Do a yogurt ice-cream on occasion).

Attempting to live a balanced life has led me into many paradigms in realms from fine art, science, spirituality and philosophy to alternative health, pedagogy (Waldorf), anthropology-shamanism, psychology, appropriate technology, biodynamic gardening, -- (dance, sculpture, drawing, education, healing via sound, yoga, meditation, trumpet, etc.) I feel that that and my Gemini intellectual curiosity has led me to become a kind of cosmic renaissance generalist. I love exploring the leading edge of old and new paradigms (New Dimensions Radio, Institute of Noetic Sciences, TheMonroeIns titute, Machaelle Wright's PerelandraNa tureIntelli gences work, books like Goswami's "The SelfAw areUniverse", Yurts, ArtSci Guyathotm Ail,TeePees, AlternativeRa dio, Coast To Coast AM, Anthroposophy, Drunvalo's Flower of Life, BBC's Radio-4 philosophers, AmyGoodman's DemocracyNow!, self help bks like Gray's Mars-Venus on Relationships, and Why You Aren't Mar ried...Yet, by Tracy McMillan, and Dr.Joel Fuhrman on Vegan eating, etc.)

So veggieness kept me from drifting into the tribal sleep so much while as artist/ educators, we moved through varying strata of society, but prefer a more balanced, do-it-yourself lifestyle with a peaceful, beautiful home-base with country-nature privacy (a la English garden homestead).
- I'm Looking for:
I'm Looking for a healthy, truth/spirituality evolving life-mate who can keep up her end of most any intellectual conversation and has many interests and especially likes exploring the fringes of the known; sharing with dialogue as one prime avenue. I am looking for a "matched dance partner" as well, who has taken care of herself too, and is capable of more the top 4 couples' level "Dancing With The Stars" or learning that type of co-creative syntony, but appreciates the artistry of "So You Think You Can Dance." Philosophies of ballroom dance keep changing: "the music leads," "the man "proposes" & frames the woman" (direction/ speed), "the woman now is the major exhibit--"disposes"/ (decides the extent-to-completion/ embellishment-style), etc, yet I can usually inspire a very quick and easy learning curve (the opposite found in most studios). The sooner both can fly, the sooner we can soar to new heights together. I also like rollerblading, biking, photo-hiking, swimming, kayaking, reading, sci-fi films --Avatar, Trek, Avengers, Matrix, Harry Potter, Lilo & Stitch (as well as much of what Roger Ebert recommended), super-hero graphic novels, making fine art--sculpture, writing, drawing, etc.

While searching for a career led to my B.S. in Social Studies, & a 2ndary Teacher Cert; my livelihood has let me into 2 decades of computer jobs, which venue I've mostly left for more creative endeavors and so have taken courses in video production/ editing, bioacoustic and sonic healing, teaching ballroom dance, neutraceutical virtual franchises and other projects (while still keeping the job that carries my benefits (which I mainly use for dental/vision)).

I am eagerly awaiting connecting with that caring woman who has kept her inner child vital and can happily synergize with the above and commence our sharing discoveries and trek deeper into that undiscovered country of awe and wonder together!!

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My Vegetarian Preferences

I amVegan


EthnicityCaucasian / White
National heritageEnglish
Height5' 10" (178 cm)
Eye ColorBlue
Hair ColorBrown
Hair LengthShort
Facial HairBeard
Best featureHair
Body ArtNone
Health ConditionNo problems
My AttractivenessAttractive


Relationship StatusSingle
Has childrenNo children
Housing SituationAll is calm
Wants to RelocateMaybe
Has a carYes

Education & Employment

EducationUniversity Bachelors
SpecialtyEducation / Academic
Employment StatusPart-time
Job Titleauditor & creative director

Leisure & Fun

TV preferencesNews, Documentaries, Dramas, Instructional, Movies, Science fiction
Favorite TV showsPushing Up Daisies, Scandal, Limitless, Elementary, This Old House -Rough Cut, NOVA, National Geographic, So You think You Can Dance, World Of Dance, Dance With The Stars, Stargate Atlantis, Masterpiece Mystery, lots of foreign language mysteries, Documen
Favorite movies typesAction, Science fiction, Comedy, Romance, Drama, Documentary, Family, Animation
Favorite moviesAvatar, Star Trek, Marvel Universe features, Inception, Matrix, Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon, The Life of Pi, anything Ropers & Ebert rate quality
Music typesPop, Classical, Blues, Jazz, Latin, New age, Ambient, Dance, Soul
Favorite artistsChris Botti, Winton Marsellus, classical jazz, anything you can dance to
Reading selectionAnthology, Auto-biography, Classic, Comic, Health, History, Home & Garden, Mathematics, Nature, Philosophy, Political, Science, Science fiction
Favorite booksmore later--bridging paradigm books like The Self Aware Universe or Information and the Nature of Reality, etc.
Idea of funDancing, hiking with camera, skating roller, beach-going, reading, movies, TV favorites--see my main profile paragraph
HobbiesArts & Crafts, Reading, Learning, TV, Movies, Dancing, Photography, Shopping


SmokerDon't smoke
DrinkingDon't drink
Social behaviorFriendly
Friends describe asFriendly
In High School I was a(n)Brain
Sense of humorClever
My great timeHanging out with friends, Going shopping, Staying at home, Trying new things, The movies, Relaxing, Reading a book, TV, Going to a concert, Going to a museum
Always wanted to tryWanted to learn more about music so as to better make dance mix tapes. Also would like to take up guitar & singing lessons such that I could accompany myself and others. Its hard to sing when playing the trumpet.


Goal in lifeto become master of space, time & dimension or of my own perception of experiences--which ever happens to come first. (Check my profile paragraph; in short--building a flexible positive psycho-episemology in attending honorably to my essence resulting in kindly conduct.) Externally, I'd like to put together a self-sustainable (off-grid), multi-faceted center for educating people into raising their planetary harmoniousness in their living of life. If I were to borrow from the William McDonnough architectural firm's original vision-mission-statement: "To provide designs that show love for the children of all species for all time."

Looking For

Must haveIntelligence, Good Looks, Humor, Great skills, Empathy, Sensitivity, Boldness, Spontaneity, Power, Wit, Thoughtfulness
Look for in a partnerNew Agey Renaissance generalist guy seeks MATCHING Cosmic gal willing to be taught ballroom dancing with verve, discuss bridging paradigms, visit & create fine arts, & share in a healthy spiritually evolving lifestyle.
On the first dateDining (perhaps even a picnic--depending how long we've been corresponding & on the phone & the season / weather) then a group dance lesson followed by the open dance party, then if still energized or having decided to leave early, check out the night view from the Cygnus glass-skyscraper restaurant's skyview--stars above, city lights below, then take a walk around the GR art museum & TV production outside glass room near the Rosa Park out door activities circle while discussing whatever comes up. There is a field museum with a working carousel, and the presidential museum fountains, the downtown campus carrolon clock tower--all are within walking distance. Or have a daytime brunch at the FMGardens 100 acre gardens & sculpture park and walk the trails and/or take in one of their out door concerts in the summertime.