As part of our star family and another ourself we would love to know more about you. What brought you to Galactic Spacebook and what facets are you most interested in?
My friend brought me to Galactic Spacebook, and the idea of this kind of comunity is vary interesting for me to exist. Im into expanding my knowledge about kins, and about my own energy. By now I used to find out more about kins by finding out other people galactic signature, and than compering them, finding their conection to each other..
We've noticed that, more often than not, it is a fascinating story when someone shares how they learned about the Law of Time/13 Moon Calendar/Dreamspell. How or when did you learn about it? :)
My friend wisited me few years ago and shared with me his knowledge, and ever since dreamspell was coming back into my path untill I started to folow it myself :-)
What are your favorite books/music/art/movies?
I like to read sf, mithology, esoteric subjects, some new age 'gurues'...With music I move through life, and what I like to listen changes acording to that, now I like some gipsy music, sitar sounds, Balkan sounds, aborigin instruments... I make art myself, dreamcatchers, Ojos de dios, crochete figures, painting...and what I like the most about art is colors and crativity that comes with creation :-) Movies I dont know..when I used to watch them it was the same subjects as with books, but now I spend my moments diferently...hmm here is one movie I watched recently, Caotica Ana, I recomend it :-)
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