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School
Redlands High School, Redlands Senior High, University of California, Santa Cruz, University of Grenoble, San Francisco State University
Work
Academy of Art University
Languages
English, Español, Français
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Amirah

Hey, I’m Amirah!

Oakland, California, United States · Member since October 2013
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I'm a seeker of nature and lover of adventures. I enjoy wandering off without a plan and getting to know new places and people.
My favorite thing to do is drive down highway 1, go to Santa Cruz, or Big basin, look out at the ocean or look up at the old growth redwoods and think about what they've seen in their lifetime.

I like to be spontaneous, whether that means an impromptu dinner party or getting out of town for the weekend.

i love hot springs, camping, and nature.

I'm interested in healing work, reiki and shamanic journeying, and think it is important to tend to the soul as well as the mind.

I enjoy being quiet and listening to the sound of rain.

I have discovered that people touch you in all ways. I don't regret anything that i've done, as I am the sum of my experiences, and they have made me who I am today. I have traveled to far away and remote areas of the world. I work on a daily basis with people from all different nationalities. Learning about other people and teaching them self expression is my passion.
I spend a lot of time thinking about

adventures traveling old things
stories dreaming red wine
altered states poetry boxes
old cameras black and white photos circus arts
performance art theater philosophy
psychology psychedelic trance reiki
healing sephirot transformation
sea turtles the ocean red moonsets
meteor showers free hugs thailand
hiking tattoos typography
information design art

On a typical Friday night I am

watching the clouds pass over lake Merritt in downtown Oakland, and the sky turn dark, necklace of lights and reflections