A sassy blogger at Jezebel wrote about it yesterday. You can imagine how our ears perked up upon reading the headline: Bizarre dating sites you didn't know existed Although the site is not overtly "for Scientologists," its "spiritual" nature suggests that it could be. Use our spiritual chat or IM system to make spiritual, conscious connections with other singles in your local area or from around the world. Kidding - kind of. Users can also indicate on their profile their choice of worship.
On the list of selections: But no, he didn't succeed. For kicks, we browsed the site - they have that "it's okay to look" feature - hooray! We entered that we're "women looking for men between the ages of 25 to 50 near New York City.
More than 20 pages of men who may or may not be Scientologists. I mean, how can you even tell? We clicked on one profile - he's a year-old Indian man who lives in Jersey City, N. He's looking for a long-term relationship or marriage, exercises six days a week, lives alone and is mostly vegetarian. Hmmm, nothing very "Scientologistic" about him. There are also short essay questions members can answer on their profiles, like: What did those last two essay questions ask?
Is that a Scientology thing - being "conscious"? Scientology's stars You see, Affinity Exchange has recently become part of the "Conscious Dating Network, the largest exclusively conscious dating network on the Internet. To be conscious is to be aware of the unconsciousness of the world we were born into, and using it as a means to transform yourself, and helping others transform if they so desire Conscious is also analogous to being 'unplugged' from the matrix that is the world around you, understanding that this physical reality is just a mental projection of electrical signals in the brain, yet, using this knowledge to move forward in your own spiritual path, and helping the world transform in the process.
Then, we would be unconscious. Being "conscious" to us means drinking a cup of coffee at 9 a. Scientology site or not, we're going to have to pass on this one. We fear we're not "conscious" in the same way as its members. And that's no way to start a relationship - just think of all of the conscious-related arguments.