Not a typical Leo ...or typical anything else, for that matter. I describe myself as an eclectic mystic, which includes many practices distinctly Neo-Pagan in character. Honest to a fault; open to polyamory; always deep-thinking; passionate about many things; openly gay but also open to mutually respectful friendships with straight guys (or anyone else, for that matter); high-functioning autistic; very creative; have five dogs.
Walking on Water: Reflections on Faith and Art, by Madeleine L'Engel; The Different Drum by Scott Peck; The Lorax by Dr. Suess; Walden by Henry David Thoreau; Emerson's Essays by Ralph Waldo Emerson; Troll Steps by Denver NeVaar; Three Faces of Mind by Elaine de Beauport; ....
Beliefs / Practices
Spiritual but not Religious, Pagan, Mystic, Christian, Other Spirituality
I am a Christian only in the sense of one who aspires to be genuinely Christ-like and not in the sense of being congruent with any religious institution; I consider myself to be a sacred clown and twenty-first-century nun, but my personal definitions of both of these terms are probably very unique; I may be a shaman also, but I'm not clear yet about what exactly the definition of that would be; I do have a witch on a broomstick hanging above my altar, but she's pretty unusual too...
Thanks for ur message I just want to meet new friends the most doing ritual with them is a added bonus and cheap classes are good too. I just don't want to feel alone anymore friend wise or relationship wise it makes me depressed