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  • Kimaris_Son
  • Jul 12, 2020 - 11:10 PM


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    About Me

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    • Member since: 07/31/08
    • Last active: More than a week ago
    • Age: 61
    • First location: Manhattan, New York, United States
    • Travel location: United States
    • Relationship Status: Open Relationship
    • Looking for: Friends, Hookup, Training Buddies
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    My Stats and Info

    • Build: Athletic
    • Height: 5' 7''
    • Weight: 157 lbs
    • Waist: 30 inches
    • Chest: 40 inches
    • Arms: 15 inches
    • Hair color: Salt and Pepper
    • Eye color: Hazel
    • Ethnicity: White
    • My gym: Equinox
    • Weight training: 3 times per week
      60 minutes per session
    • Cardio training: 2 times per week
      40 minutes per session
    • Sports I like: Cycling, Hiking, Weight training
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    • HIV status: HIV +
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    Wolf pup or puppy dog - depends on you.

    Transformed science geek here -- research scientist/physician, long time zen student, occasional nice-jewish-boy-mystic (with a little complexity theory thrown in) -- getting out of his head and more and more into his body... biking 'round town, iyengar yoga, weights. And having sex, of course.

    Kimaris = Goetia Deity #66 - am a tat'd acolyte.

    1. POZ
    2. I have a husband, happy and stable (together 27 years, married, post-monogamy! *eg*)

    "The great Indian teacher Nisargadatta Maharaj once said, 'Wisdom tells me I am nothing. Love tells me I am everything. Between the two my life flows.'
    " 'I am nothing' does not mean that there is a bleak wasteland within. It does mean that with awareness we open to a clear, unimpeded space, without center or periphery--nothing separate. If we are nothing, there is nothing at all to serve as a barrier to our boundless expression of love. Being nothing in this way, we are also, inevitably, everything.
    " 'Everything' does not mean self-aggrandizement, but a decisive recognition of interconnection; we are not separate. Both the clear, open space of "nothing" and the interconnectedness of 'everything' awaken us to our true nature. This is the truth we contact when we meditate, a sense of unity beyond suffering. It is always present; we merely need to be able to access it."
    - Sharon Salzberg


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