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Luix Saldaña
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  • Malinaco estado de Mexico
  • Mexico
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  • Erik Gavica
  • Brent N. Hunter
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  • Auriel
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  • misael rosales enriquez
  • Lila Downs
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  • Jenny Gilbert
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Unity and commitment

The real change starts from within and then spreads out as a contagious energy that compells to take action for the better.

an appealing path is the foundation of ecovillages where we may cover all aspects of alternative life and proposals:
permaculture and so forth.

My view is that every one of us has a place in the scheme of things, like a huge cosmic kalidoscope that is made up of all of us, and that each one has to take responsibility of our own actions, beauty and talents to be able to be part of the shaping up of the most beautiful mandales... for the good of earth, humans, the elements and all forms of life

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At 10:30pm on October 3, 2009, Jenny Gilbert said…
Travel light Luix. Nice to have you as a friend. Jenny
At 2:44pm on April 29, 2009, Auriel said…

At 1:28pm on April 25, 2009, Amara Rose said…
Gracias, Luix! Your photos are delicious ~ when I look at them I want to make a salad ~ and then be transported listening to you drum :-)

At 8:48am on April 14, 2009, Abbie said…
Beautiful, Luix......

Hugs in Peace,

At 7:11pm on April 12, 2009, misael rosales enriquez said…
hola me gustaria que te unieras a este grupo que acabo de crear por que este espasio es en español y ay varios arquitectos que nos gustaria poder tocar estos temas de paz de luz e igualdad
At 4:22am on April 10, 2009, Jenny Gilbert said…
Hey Luix,
If you check out the map of Africa, look about 1,000 miles to the right of Kenya - into the middle of the ocean. You'll find the tiniest set of islands - known as the Seychelles Archipelago. We're literally 1,000 miles from anywhere. Beautiful, safe and a VERY chilled place to live.
How about where you live?
At 6:35pm on March 26, 2009, Raw Ipharadisi said…
BlesSings! I feel honoured to Greet you in this now moment.

I am always newly here, and being rather of an oceanic nature, including the cyber realms, I haven't yet placed items on the alter of my Architectual New Dawn window sill. I may eventually. Right now, my internet useage is sporadic...reflective of the gypsy I am. (I might post this to my page as an away message)

I am happy to feel your presence here Luix, thank you for connecting.
At 10:04am on March 12, 2009, Andrea Cefalo said…
Hello Luix,
Basically I practice Oneness...and have had many wonderful teachers. I attend a spiritual center here called Beacon of Life. I also practice Nada yoga (union through sound). Right now I am reading Ramana Maharshi.
I love world music- my dream career would be to be an Ethnomusicologist.
At 4:40am on March 12, 2009, Andrea Cefalo said…
Namaste Luix,
Thank you for your comment. I do mostly jazz, brasilian and original music. I also write and perform music at the spiritual center that I am involved with.
Are you a musician?
At 9:06pm on March 11, 2009, Luix Saldaña said…
Hola Amara.
soon i will upload a few photos, poems and what not.
i am traveling right now and away from my own computer, but is a pleasure to get an answer from you, also you are the first person i meet in here.
perhaps you may check on my websites to know more about me.
ilove all the stuff you are putting on the site.
have a great night




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