Picture of Georg

Here is a picture of me taken a couple years ago (hair now long --> See picture with my dog).

If you have another photograph you can share with me, I would love to have one.
Try to characterize the type of person you would be interested in meeting.
I am searching for a woman who is honest and keeps her word. She has a deep understanding and great sincerity.

To make our journey harmonious together, she is open minded and trusts me where I prove trustworthiness. She also knows, that in today's fast changing and uncertain times, prudent preparation for the road ahead is an essential part of the loving foresight applied when looking after the well being of a family.

She is very loving and caring. She loves to spend time with me and listens. She has a sense of humor. She is spiritually oriented and seeks a simple but meaningful life.

Chemistry is the spark that starts romance and with the heart in the right place helps keep it kindled. Thus, it is also important that she is sensual, loves to touch me, and loves to make love. I like to do the same, since she is beautiful, my goddess.

She is gentle and feminine, yet strong, since she knows who she is and knows how to give life meaning. She maintains her innocence within the maturity and wisdom that comes from integrating life's experiences. She does not smoke nor drink. She is okay with someone who does not like to eat red meat. She has no children. She is younger than I (I was born in August of 1962). She is healthy.

I believe, that in describing our ideal mate, we are also describing ourselves. Thus, the above are also the traits I would ascribe to myself. Above all, the most important, single overriding quality with her is our ability to create communion together!

What personal habits of others really irritate you?
Lying! An unwillingness to admit one's bias, unwillingness to grow, lack of integrity, uncleanliness, a lack of regard for others, harshness, and a pervasive fault finding attitude. In one word, ungratefulness!
What would you like to do on a first date? Where would you like to go?
First, to create a comfortable atmosphere, to meet in a safe place to do this. Secondly, to ask each other whatever we wish to know and to tell each other what we are most afraid to say at the time. If we have rapport and feel a strong sense of connection, before leaving or on the second date I would love for us to look into each other's eyes and have a long moment of silence, during which we might perhaps also hold hands.
Where have you met most of your current friends?
By running into them, figuratively that is ;). I meet people through work, through my affiliations, and on my travels.
Describe your personality.
Bright eyed and bushy tailed. <g> Honest, sincere, thorough, and tenacious; insightful, unconventional, and imaginative; kind hearted, caring, sensual, and passionate.
What type of music do you enjoy? Do you go to concerts / performances? List performances you have attended.
All kinds, particularly Ambient Jazz, New Age, Classical, and Trance. I dislike too much Country except Bluegrass, and do not enjoy Acid Rock, Punk Rock, and degrading Rap. I play drums occasionally. Performances: Neil Diamond, Joel Andrews (harpist), Kitaro, Paco Pena, classical.
What type of work do you do and are you enjoying it? For how long?
I sometimes refer to myself as a jack of all trades, master of hopefully some, because I have done many different things and have been given many interests and talents. 1) I have been a computer programmer and keep some of those skills current for use with my present and possible future work. 2) I currently work as an Alternative Health Care Practitioner (owner of the Healing Hands Center for over 16 years) and 3) as a Personal and Executive Coach helping people bridge the gap between where they are and where they want to be.
When you were a child what did you hope you would grow up to be?
A Saint.
Favorite pastime? Hobby? Diversion? Just what goes on Sundays at your place?
Hard to pick a favorite. A lot depends on the company. I love flying my flight simulator F22 fighting game and play against my friends on the Internet, or at least used to before getting more serious about my writing. What goes on Sundays, well not what would go on when I meet Mrs. Right.
Have you ever accomplished anything that got your name on television, radio, in a magazine or newspaper? What was it you did?
I have published a couple of newspaper articles. I have been on a number of radio talk shows about my work. I also appeared on television twice, once on PM Magazine doing Country Swing dancing of all things and before on Independence Day on a Phoenix's channel 10 program about immigration.
Which sports do you enjoy participating in or watching?
I do not watch sports. I enjoy hiking and camping, weight lifting, bicycling, table tennis, Yoga, Judo and Chi Kung. I am game for other activities depending on her likes. I do not engage in stop and go sports, because they are too prone in my opinion to causing serious and permanent injury.
Which radio stations do you most often listen to? Any favorite DJ's?
I do not listen to radio much. Right now, talk radio such as Sightings with Jeff Rense, the Laura Lee show or the Art Bell show are at the top of the list.
What kind of magazines / newspapers / books do you read? Favorite authors?
Now, that could be a very long list. As for authors, I will pick a few: Inanna Returns by Susan Ferguson, Loving Relationships I and II by Sondra Ray, Future Memory by P.M.H. Atwater, Far Journeys by Robert Monroe, Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Experience by Mihaly Scikszentmihalyi, Childhood's End by Arthur C. Clarke, The Drama of The Gifted Child by Alice Miller, An Unconditional Relationship to Life by Andrew Cohen, Passioante Marriage by Dr. David Schnarch.
What's printed on your favorite T-shirt?
A Russian Icon of St. George and the Dragon. St. Georg as the dragon slayer was the reason my parents gave me the name Georg. To me, the dragon represents the force of nature. To slay or rather to pin down the dragon to me symbolizes conquering one's nature and mastering oneself. I like it for this reason.
What were your FAVORITE toys as a child?
Legos, my plastic figurines, my toy cars, and my model airplanes and ship. Also, I loved the Teddy Bear I was given at birth.
What's the FIRST thing others notice about you?
My blue eyes.
If you could pick one super-human power (such as comic-book characters have) what would you choose?
A fully conscious, constant connection to God/Goddess.
Do you collect anything? (i.e. Stamps, Coins, Albums, Dust...)
Who came up with that question? If they must know, I collect bumper sticker sayings. Ugh yeah, I collect my thoughts before speaking, hopefully. I don't like it when my head gets too full though. Would you please step forward and help me clear my head, that is do something physical with my brains, pretty please! <G>
List a few of your all-time favorite movies.
Dune (both versions), Star Wars, Gandhi, any movie with Robert Redford such as The Great Gatsbie, Havana, and The Horse Whisperer, any movie with Robin Williams whom I am honored to have been likened to such as Mrs Doubtfire, Birdcage, Good Morning Vietnam, What Dreams May Come, and Bicentennial Man (most deeply human), Monty Python's The Life Of Brian (favorite comic line), Contact (favorite nature scene), The 5th Element (favorite opera voice), Last Of The Dog Men (if one can overlook the cliched, it has a little of everything, nostalgia, romance, adventure, drama, nature, humor... ).
Where on earth have you never been to that you would like to visit?
Tahitian Islands or some equivalent beach such as seen in the movie Contact.
Which were your favorite subjects in school?
English, Physics, and Art
If you could 'Do Lunch' with anyone, list a few.
You; Sai Baba, Maharaj Charan Singh , Baba Ji, Lao Tsu , Jesus , his Mother , an Angel; Corinne McLaughlin, Gordon Davidson, Carolyn Shaffer, Krisitin Anundsen, and Scott M. Peck, community builders; George Soros, philanthropist; Nikola Tesla, inventor; Dolphins (the animals, not the football team); Ingo Swann; people who share aliveness.
Which virtues give you most of your self confidence?
Love, honesty, kindness, gentleness, and honor!
If you could change one thing about yourself what would it be?
Feeling disconnected from God/Goddess at times.
If you have pets what are they and their names?
Lucy, the most loving Shar Pei.
If you won the State Lottery what would you do with it? And where?
I do not play. Gambling, I believe is immoral, because it is done under the pretext that most might win what only a few or one can. It is inherently deceitful, even where such deceit is clearly spelled out. Then again, if that is what players agree to, it becomes their truth. It is simply not mine. If I came into a large sum of money earned by honest means in some form, I would create a space of greater self- sufficiency for myself, support my near and dear ones, and I would look for wise investments to further my destiny and the worthy causes of life on earth. Perhaps my original opinion here is a little too strong, since life always entails risk and a gamble of one sort or another. For example, I am open to investing in the stock market, something that is a gamble of sorts.  I guess, it is clear that I am full of opinions.  My hope is that I am able to part with those cherished opinions just as readily.
List some of your favorite lines from movies / poems / songs.
(See my favorite sayings on my homepage.)

Off the top of my head,

Wherever you are, that's where you are. -- Backaroo Banzai

A whiplash unbrading in the sun -- description of a snake by Emily Dickinson

Mohadib -- Sound of Savior used in Dune to destroy evil with the weirding module

Squeeze, squeeze, squeeze them into utter submission -- "Most evil line" by the Harkonan Baron in Dune

We are going to be free ... you and I, we'll touch the sky ... -- Lyrics by the Moody Blues

What do you think caused your previous relationship / marriage to fail?
No failures, only experiences. Our paths crossed for a while and parted, when our destinies seemed fulfilled. I learned much, how important the 3 Cs are, chemistry, compatibility, and commitment. All my relationships carried aspects of these and make up the quilt of my heart today. For marriage to succeed, a unique combination of the 3 Cs must be present to facilitate an on-going sense of communion, the 4th C and reason for the previous 3.
Do you belong to any organizations or clubs? Special interests groups?
Ask me about this in person.
Where did you attend High School and / or College?
In Germany, Arizona, and Florida
Do you (or did you) play any musical instruments? List them. What level?
Drums, amateur
Where were you born? List some of the interesting places you have lived.
Düsseldorf, Germany; Arizona, Arkansas, and Florida
What are some of your lifelong goals?

To realize God/Goddess, To know myself, To actualize all that I am.

To seek innocence in the harmony and pleasure of companionship, To procure the means for a physical life, To maintain and improve the physical body without attachment to it, To maintain a sharp, balanced intellect, To teach by example and through Outreach, To prepare and practice non-physical life, the esoteric.

How accurate are the answers you have given?
  • A) I lied.
  • B) I was very creative and took some poetic license.
  • C) They are not totally accurate.
  • D) They are accurate.
  • E) They are completely accurate. I crossed every t and dotted every i.
  • You may enter any additional autobiographical comments - Please Be Honest.
    Love is. Yet, the world is ruled by fear. Fear of loving, or fear of not loving, fear of being loved, fear of not being loved, it matters not. It is not real except how we have made it so. Where there is fear, there comes despair. Where there is despair, there is no hope, no dreams, and no future.
    Love dispels fear. Where there is love, there is hope. Where there is hope, there are dreams. Where there are dreams, there is a future. Where there is a future, there is room for You and me. Where there is You and me, there are we. Where we are, there is more of You and me. Where there is more, there is plenty of life. There is abundance. Where there is abundance, there is gratitude. Where there is gratitude, there love is.
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