Los Angeles, CAUSA
Hometown: Los Angeles
February 18, 2014
To me, polyamory means being able to share one's energy, spiritual force, and physical power with more than one person and that intensity and power can be shared by others as well in a group setting that in turn generates a strong powerhouse of emotions, sensation, combustion, and enthusiasm. It's about harnessing the powers reticent within each individual and letting it shine bright for the world to see. For me, polyamory is a natural state of being that, when tapped and unfurled allows for the good energies of this Earth to combine, release and generate something new within one's own self and for the universe entire. Polyamory, to me, also means friendship, loyalty, kindness, and caring. It's about the people that come into one's life and make it better. People to whom one can relate not only on a cerebral level but on a spiritual level as well--individuals with whom all life's treasures can be shared.
Life is not a binary force, polyamory allows for one to engage in the power of multiple individuals. I'd like to find like-minded people who have run the gamut of what it is to have polyamory as a part of their daily fabric in their lives. Given the small percentage of the world that chooses to identify within the lifestyle, it's rare to come across other individuals who may have overlapping beliefs with one's own. For me, the polyamory meetup group is an opportunity to meet those people whom I would not have otherwise met given the almost invisible presence of those who believe in polyamory and abide by its lifestyle. While there is not one set way to lay out a poly relationship, it's interesting and essential to hear from others who have gone through it too, understand the ups and downs, and ultimately have been able to find stability, peace, and tranquility in the process.
Presently, I'm involved in a casual poly relationship that I've been a part of and on for about 6 years. There are three of us and we are happy when we get together be it just to talk, catch a motion picture, or more.
At the moment, I don't have children. However, I like kids and think they're really cool. I work on a kid's show I'm developing as a media franchise and for me it's all about the kids.
For me, an ideal poly relationship has a great deal of respect between all parties. Respect for beliefs, goals, ambitions, one's own self and individuality. It is an environment where ideas can be shared, exchanged and disagreements are welcomed and encouraged in an effort to expand the minds of the members of the tribe. Also, comfort is a great deal important to me. Feeling that one can be at ease around others is essential. The pursuit of interests is important to me and having a nurturing environment whereby one can purse one's goals and desires while still being able to be true to one's self is extremely important to me. An environment where one can just have fun for the sake of it and not have any expectation from it. A poly relationship in which there is love, peace, and tranquility and that each others' happiness is at the core of the relationship. For me, the space to shine bright, and not lessen one's own shine for anyone else is key.
Hi, my name is Xavier and I'm a director passionate about the polyamory lifestyle. I'm here to learn and am a strong believer that it's hard to learn something new without listening to others.