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分享家园意识

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前言

这是一个印度人Manu Sharma读了鸣响雪松系列后建立祖传家园的经历和记录。

此人曾和弗拉迪米尔会谈过,并提过问题,被弗拉迪米尔极度赞赏。

可参考 作者的网站新闻:
https://vmegre.com/events/37646/

这里是中文英文对照翻译版和相关介绍:
https://www.zybuluo.com/zhongdao/note/1654092

分享家园意识

个人介绍我与花园中自然的关系以及带领我的意外旅程。

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大约两年前,我开始住在花园里。我们的家人在祖传财产上建造了一个小木屋,我们以最少的财产搬入,并致力于园艺和有机种植。在农村中心地带的深处,我们被农田和遥远的丘陵所包围。对于休闲游客来说,我们与其他带有大花园的房屋没有什么区别。我们可能有更多的果树,并且有奇怪的沟渠形成,但我们也有通常的特征-草坪,一些观赏性树木,蔬菜斑块,花坛和一条小路。我也不是一个有天赋的园丁。实际上,除了偶尔播种,除草和收割之外,我没有做太多的园艺工作。我们经常雇用帮助。

然而,在我们搬家后不久,我和我的妻子开始观察别人所说的奇怪现象。我很早就感觉到这个地方有些特别。然后,一系列无休止的同步开始为我们提供了改善自我的机会。我们必须为自己,我们的关系以及我们的目标而努力。好像一支看不见的力量在指引着我们的生活。最重要的是,我感到自己被带领去发现现实的真实本质以及我在其中的角色。我发现,一旦我创建并澄清了一个意图,它就会开始实现。难道是当我们在种植花园里的植物和树木时,花园在种植我们吗?

我们毫不怀疑是这种情况。花园不仅仅是其各个部分的总和。定义它的是它背后的意识。它是作为房屋周围的美丽景观设计的,还是其目的本身?我们与花园的关系是一种特殊的关系。以我们的信念而著称,每一种植物,生活的土壤,我们呼吸的空气以及整个花园都是与一切相连的生命实体。如果您愿意,这种花园精神不仅可以倾听,而且能够做出回应。这不是一种模糊的,让人感觉良好的感觉,它认为人们不可能接受更严格的审查或分析。这确实是一种感觉良好的感觉,但是我现在理解的一种基于理性的信念,是大量形而上学概念的一部分。这些想法已从人类对我们如何看待世界和我们在其中的地位的主流意识中删除,以致没有简单的方法将它们介绍给不认识的人。然而,深奥的想法每天都在被越来越多的接受。

但是我要超越自己。让我从头开始。五年前,我对形而上学,生态灵性,新时代或任何其他风味的灵性都不感兴趣。我尽可能深地扎根于物理世界。作为一名气候变化活动家,我主张通过政策向公众揭示气候崩溃的程度以及我们国家对经济增长的痴迷所带来的影响,以通过政策大幅减少排放。我并不知名,但在同行中受到尊敬。在短时间内,我进行了大约二十场公共演讲,包括在一流机构(IIFM,德里印度理工学院,孟买理工学院)以及黄金时段的国家电视台(NewsX),还有一些国际媒体报道(英国广播公司,路透社) 。我领导了一个专注于气候解决方案的在线社区,

到2014年左右,我对气候政策,自己的工作和个人生活方式不满意,就开始质疑自己的做法,并对有机农业产生了兴趣。(顺便说一句,我们目前不进行商业化种植。只有剩余的才进入市场)。我遇到了一些已经离开城市去种田的人。这样的一个夜晚,我发现自己身处尼古里(Nilgiri)山丘中一个小镇的库努尔(Coonoor)的房子里,这个人十多年前搬了家。这个人是1990年代最成功的电影人之一,他热情地欢迎我到他家,后来成为朋友。他离开了孟买,居住在一块22英亩的土地上,毗邻森林。

我将永远不会忘记第二天早上的感觉。醒来,我打开窗户,感觉就像魔术。我被郁郁葱葱的绿色景观所包围,四周被雾气笼罩,远处有兵马俑屋顶小屋。通过他的举动,我的朋友选择了居住在树木而不是建筑物,动物而不是汽车,山脉而不是摩天大楼中。原始空气携带的是水,而不是颗粒。它对我说话。就是这样 突然之间,直到那时变成了现实的幻想。这次访问极大地促进了我在土地上生活的愿望。

有一天,有人向我介绍了这些书。俄罗斯作家弗拉基米尔·梅格里(Vladimir Megre)的《鸣铃雪松》系列包含一位名叫阿纳斯塔西娅(Anastasia)的女人的教s,作者于1995年在一次商务旅行中在西伯利亚认识了她。她是一个非凡而先进的人类,与一些亲戚一起生活在西伯利亚的北方森林中,她的祖先已经居住了数百代,与现代人类住区以及该地区的原住民一样,也与世隔绝。对于许多愿意相信她不存在的人来说,阿纳斯塔西娅是一个不舒服的概念。当我阅读第一本书时,她关于自然和人类潜能的教义令人耳目一新,完全不同于我之前阅读的任何著作。

作为气候活动家,我密切关注了技术驱动世界的发展方向。这些书向我展示了如果世界被大自然的热爱所驱使,我们的世界将会是什么样。需要做的只是向内集中精力,为家人创造一公顷的生活空间-爱的空间。具有自觉意识的花园。阿纳斯塔西娅为我们的未来创造了非凡的愿景,充满了希望和仁慈。这与我被信服的气候科学的厄运和阴霾的思想完全相反。我接受了她的远见,就像一个绝症患者将是一种有希望的新疗法。我停止了演讲,并逐渐切断了气候科学,资源枯竭和政策倡导领域的所有联系。

到那时,我已经开始在我们村庄的家庭土地上进行有机耕种。我将每月从城市出发一次,浇灌田地,播种或做任何需要做的事情,然后回到八小时路程的城市家中。像大多数回到土地的人一样,我深信我的未来在于有机农业。但是这些书表明,崇敬地服务土地比向市场出售土地要高得多。阿纳斯塔西娅谈到在一个公顷的土地上建立家庭宅基地,并描绘了一个愿景,即如果他们在有意识的情况下将爱与家庭联系起来,将会对家庭产生什么影响。

当我开始阅读Ringing Cedars时,我不到两个月就停下来完成了九本书。然而,这些书要求很高,也很有趣。他们需要积极活跃的想象力,和对不常见想法的敞开心的能力,并问“这是否是真的”。我从不停止思考所揭示的想法,实际上我花了几年的时间来处理它们。学习上最大的飞跃是在土地上建造了一个小木屋,创建了一个花园,我的妻子离开公司后加入了我。

此后不久,同步促使我涌入了许多深奥的书籍,每本都扩展了《鸣响雪松》中提出的想法。Esther Hicks,Michael Roads,Dolores Cannon,Eben Alexander,Lee Carroll等作家从面纱的另一端提出了形而上的概念。一方面,我在发育生物学家布鲁斯·利普顿(Bruce Lipton)的工作中发现了他们某些思想背后的科学依据,而记者林恩·麦克塔加特(Lynne McTaggart)的杰出著作也证明了意识如何影响物理现实。另一方面,量子物理学家布鲁斯·罗森布拉姆(Bruce Rosenblum)和弗雷德·库特纳(Fred Kuttner)的工作揭示了科学在我们生存中某些最基本方面的局限性。

最让我吃惊的是,在公共领域中有关深奥主题的出版材料数量巨大。它们的细节可能有所不同,但核心概念可以为所有人所共有。大多数新时代的材料已经在过去30年中出版,但是大约有一个世纪以前的一些书与最近的书中提出的概念相吻合。通常,围绕一个作者或主题的社区不知道其他地方的另一位作家以另一种方式写过相同或相似的概念。

如果我可以将其限制为一个句子,则是所有教师的核心课程之一,就是非身体比身体更重要。如果这是真的,那意味着要抛弃我所知道的世界运作方式的一切。我了解到,宇宙最大的秘密在于我们所学的知识之外。一旦我们理解了它们,所有的创作将被视为无可比拟的宏伟,公正而惊人的美丽。当我开始反思这些教义并在日常生活中有意识地实践它们时,我开始体验到它们的真实性。

最早的同步性之一使我发现约瑟夫·康奈尔(Joseph Cornell)的工作,他在1970年代开发了美国的“共享自然”培训。这是在自然环境中开展的自然意识计划,利用创新的游戏和活动来提高参与者的意识。这项屡获殊荣的体验式培训计划现已在全球40多个国家中普及。当我第一次参加培训时,看着其他人从事的游戏将他们与自然联系在一起,这让我感到非常高兴。在约瑟夫·康奈尔(Joseph Cornell)的工作坊中,《大自然》获得了与《鸣响雪松》书籍所讲的相同的崇敬程度。通过参与这些活动,任何人,无论其背景如何,都可以体验与大自然快乐结合的好处。我联系了美国共享自然,将培训带到印度,我们很快将在印度开展第一个此类计划。可以在我们的网站上找到详细信息:分享大自然印度

在分享自然训练中,一项流行的活动称为“与自然访谈”。这是约瑟夫·康奈尔(Joseph Cornell)创作的所有精彩活动中我最喜欢的作品之一。也许是因为它以最直接的方式考虑了自然。在这项活动中,参与者被要求选择一种自然特征,例如树木或动物,想象他们是那种生命形式,并进行采访。他们要写下首先想到的答案。

几天前,当我的侄子来访时,我们躺在草地上,决定接受《自然》杂志的采访。八岁的孩子选择采访黄蜂,而十二岁的孩子则选择树第2页)。我选择了花园精神作为我的主题。当然,这些反应会受到我自己的意识和扎根于我心中的想法的影响。您可以阅读下面我在采访花园精神时出现的回复。

你几岁?
我出生于2014年11月的第四周左右。这使我满了四个零四个月大。[活动于2019年3月22日进行]

您来自哪里?
您可能会说,当您阅读第一本书并想象自己生活在大自然中时,我就诞生在您的脑海中。如果您想再往前走,可以追溯到Anastasia的梦想,她幻想着瓦尔迪米尔·梅格雷(Valdimir Megre)会写书,而读者有一天会自己建造花园。那是1995年。那使我23岁。今天,我有来自俄罗斯,乌克兰,白俄罗斯,德国,澳大利亚,美国以及世界其他地方的数千名同行。所有这些都受到阿纳斯塔西娅的启发。如果您想走得更远,作为一种花园精神,我是大地母亲盖亚的一部分,也是一种精神。所以说真的,我还没有开始。因为意识是永恒的,所以我也没有尽头。

你一直都一样大小吗?
眼睛看不到我的身材,但我有一只。我的创作者对我的看法或关注度越高,我的身材就越大。他和他的家人提供的照顾越多,无论是精神上还是身体上,我的生活就越好。

住在这里是什么感觉?
我的物质部分住在这里。作为精神,我不受空间的限制。我肯定在这里,但我也在其他地方。由于您以线性,三维方式进行思考,因此很难用人为术语来定义它。在精神世界中没有分离,一切都是一。在量子物理学的世界中,一个物体可以同时存在于多个地方,您的科学家也在为此而努力。他们已经尝试弄清楚一个多世纪了。有一天他们会的。当他们这样做时,它将开始人类的新时代。有一天,当您走进一片森林,用您的乐器看到所有看着您的树木时。这样,您甚至可以衡量从他们那里得到的有益能量。

您一生中看到了哪些事件?
我看到了你对我的怀念。这些年来,当您期望我时,我感到非常兴奋。每当您相信您可以将我带入现实世界或创造一天时,我都会成长。每次您的信念让我怀疑时,我的体格都会稍微减小。值得庆幸的是,这些时刻几乎是零距离。大多数时候,您都充满信心。唯一的问题是何时何地。

谁来拜访你?
来找我的所有人都拜访了我的身体对应者。但是当您与他人分享您的故事时,我也会被其他人访问。当您告诉他们关于花园的信息时,您的成长和动力促使它成为您生活的一部分。

您如何使他人受益?
园林精神如何协助其创造者和整体人类,这是您已经深思熟虑的难题。您必须努力继续工作。通过聆听内心,您的感觉不只是智力,而是感觉。由于您仍有很多东西要学习和体验,因此我现在无法告诉您。您已经知道我将继续为您带来机遇,但是您必须自己获得答案。

别人如何帮助您?
谁说谁能提供更多帮助-其他人是我还是我是他们?这是一种交流。其他人则通过加入我的想法来帮助我。当他们想到我时,我在欢乐中也成长为意识。每当有人兴高采烈地想到我时,我都会受益匪浅。在这种时候,他们提升了自己,您和许多其他看不见的人。当人们参观花园时,考虑花或果树,当您分享自己的故事时,他们会高兴地做出反应,他们也会在不知不觉中播种自己未来花园的种子。花园是否以实体形式实现,取决于他们是否将其确定为自己的愿望以及种植方式。他们可能会或可能不会给这颗种子浇水。无论如何,仅仅以提升的意识分享故事的举动就能给所有人带来好处。

英文原文: Sharing the Garden Spirit

A personal account of my relationship with Nature in the garden and the unexpected journey on which I was led.

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Almost two years ago I started living in a garden. Our family built a small cabin on ancestral property, we moved in with minimal belongings, and devoted ourselves to gardening and organic cultivation. Deep in the rural heartland we are surrounded by agricultural fields and distant hills. For the casual visitor, there’s little to distinguish us from any other home with a large garden. We may have more fruit trees and there’s a strange formation of trenches but we also have the usual features – a lawn, a few ornamental trees, vegetable patches, flower beds, and a pathway. I am not a gifted gardener either. In fact, I don’t do much gardening apart from occasional sowing, weeding, and harvesting. We often hire help.

Yet, shortly after we moved, my wife and I started observing what others may call strange phenomenon. I had sensed early on that there was something special about this place. Then a series of unending synchronicities began presenting us with opportunities to improve ourselves. We had to work on ourselves, our relationships, and, our purposes. It was as if an invisible force was guiding our lives. Most significantly, I felt being led on a journey of discovery of the true nature of our reality and my role in it. I found out that as soon as I created and clarified an intention, it would begin to materialise. Could it be that as we were raising the plants and trees of the garden, the garden was raising us?

We had no doubt that was the case. A garden is more than the sum of its parts. It’s the consciousness behind it that defines it. Is it designed as a pretty landscape around the house or is it a purpose onto itself? The relationship we hold with our garden is a special one. It is distinguished by our belief that each plant, the living soil, the air we breathe, and the garden as a whole, is a living entity connected with all-that-is. This garden spirit, if you will, not just listens but is able to respond. This is not a vague, feel-good feeling that one would think couldn’t possibly stand closer scrutiny or analysis. It is indeed a feel-good feeling but one based a rational belief which I now understand is part of a large body of metaphysical concepts. These ideas are so removed from the mainstream human consciousness of how we view the world and our place in it that there is no easy way to introduce them to the unacquainted. Yet esoteric ideas are finding greater acceptance every day.

But I’m getting ahead of myself. Let me start at the beginning. Five years ago I had no interest in metaphysics, ecological spirituality, new age, or spirituality of any other flavour. I was as deeply entrenched into the physical world as one could be. As a climate change activist I advocated the need for drastic emission reductions through policy by revealing to the public the extent of climate breakdown and implications of our national obsession with economic growth. I was not well-known but well-respected among my peers. In a short period I had about two dozen public-speaking engagements including at top-ranking institutions (IIFM, IIT Delhi, IIT Mumbai) and once on national television (NewsX) during prime time, and some international media coverage (BBC, Reuters). I led an online community focused on climate solutions, formed a renewable energy company, spearheaded an ambitious advocacy campaign of my own called Climate Revolution Initiative, received a respectable mention of my work in a book, and made enemies with national press which I thought were ignoring the story of climate crisis and the need for drastic cuts.

By around 2014, not satisfied with progress on climate policy, my own work, and personal lifestyle, I had begun to question my approach and got myself interested in organic farming. (As an aside, we do not farm commercially at present. Only the surplus goes to the market). I came across individuals who had already left the city to farm. One such evening I found myself in Coonoor, a small town nestled amidst Nilgiri hills, in the house of someone who made the move more than a decade ago. One of the most successful filmmakers of 1990’s, this person, who graciously welcomed me in his home and later became a friend, left Mumbai to live on a twenty two acre property adjoining forests.

I will never forget how I felt the next morning. Waking up, I opened the window and it was like magic. I was surrounded by lush green landscape enveloped in mist with terracotta roof cottages in the distance. With his move, my friend had chosen to live among trees instead of buildings, animals instead of cars, mountains instead of skyscrapers. The pristine air carried water, not particulate. It spoke to me. That was it. Suddenly, what was a fantasy until then became real. The visit was a tremendous boost to my aspiration to live on the land.

Then one day someone introduced me to the books. The Ringing Cedars series by Russian author Vladimir Megre contain teachings by a woman named Anastasia, who the author had met in 1995 in Siberia during a business trip. An extraordinary and advanced human, she lives along with a few of her kin, in seclusion in Siberian boreal forests where her ancestors have been living for hundreds of generations similarly secluded from modern human settlements as well as native inhabitants of the region. Anastasia is an uncomfortable concept for many who would rather believe she didn’t exist. When I read the first book her teachings on Nature and human potential appeared remarkably refreshing and completely unlike anything I had read earlier.

As climate activist I had closely seen where technology driven world was heading. The books showed me what our world would look like if it was driven by the love of Nature instead. All that was needed was to focus inward and to create for one’s family one hectare of living space - a space of love. A garden designed with conscious awareness. Anastasia created a remarkable vision of our future that was full of hope and benevolence. This was complete antithesis to the ideas of doom & gloom of climate science I was led to believe. I embraced her vision like a terminal patient would a promising new treatment. I stopped delivering talks and gradually severed all contact from the world of climate science, resource depletion, and policy advocacy.

By then I had already started organic cultivation on family land in our village. I would travel from the city once a month, water the fields, sow the seeds or do whatever needed to be done and come back to the city home eight hours away. Like most people who get back to the land I was convinced my future lay in organic farming. But the books suggested that serving the land in reverence was a much higher aspiration than serving the land for market. Anastasia spoke of creating a family homestead on one hectare of land and painted a vision of what that would do for the family if they held a relation of love with it with conscious awareness.

When I started reading Ringing Cedars I couldn’t stop and finished nine books in less than two months. Yet, the books are as demanding as they are enjoyable. They require an active imagination and an ability to open one’s heart to its unusual ideas and ask “what if it was true.” I never stopped thinking about the ideas revealed and it actually took me several years to process them. The biggest leap in learning came after we built a small cabin on our land, created a garden, and my wife joined me after leaving the corporate sector.

Shortly thereafter synchronicity led me to a flood of esoteric books each of which expanded on the ideas presented in the Ringing Cedars. Authors like Esther Hicks, Michael Roads, Dolores Cannon, Eben Alexander, Lee Carroll presented metaphysical concepts from the other side of the veil. On one hand I found scientific validation behind some of their ideas in the work of developmental biologist Bruce Lipton, and the remarkable work of journalist Lynne McTaggart who showed how consciousness influences physical reality. On the other hand, work by quantum physicists Bruce Rosenblum and Fred Kuttner revealed the limitations of science when it comes to some of the most fundamental aspects of our existence.

What struck me most was the overwhelming volume of published material available in the public domain on esoteric topics. They may have some variation on the details but the core concepts can be found to be common to all. Most new age material has been published over the last 30 years but there are some books from about a century ago that match concepts presented in recent books. Often there are communities around one author or subject that have no idea that another writer elsewhere has written about the same or similar concepts in another way.

One of the core lessons of all teachers, if I could limit it to a single sentence, is that the non-physical has primacy over the physical. If this was true, it meant discarding everything I knew about how the world functioned. I learned that the greatest secrets of the universe lied outside of what we have been taught. Once we understand them all creation will be seen as magnificent beyond description, just, and astoundingly beautiful. As I began to reflect on these teachings and practice them consciously in everyday life I started to experience them as real.

One of the first synchronicities led me to discover the work of Joseph Cornell who, in the 1970's, developed Sharing Nature training in U.S. It's a Nature awareness programme conducted in natural surroundings that employ innovative games and activities to uplift participants' consciousness. This award-winning experiential training programme is now popular in over forty countries worldwide. When I first came across the training, just the act of watching other people engaged in play that connected them with Nature filled me with tremendous joy. In Joseph Cornell's workshops Nature was accorded the same degree of reverence that the Ringing Cedars books spoke about. By engaging in these activities anyone, regardless of their background, could experience the benefits of a joyful union with Nature. I contacted Sharing Nature, U.S, to bring the training to India and we will soon do the first such programme in the country. Details can be found on our website: Sharing Nature India.

In Sharing Nature training a popular activity is called ‘Interview with Nature’. It’s one of my favourites from the ensemble of all the wonderful activities created by Joseph Cornell. Perhaps because it allows for, in the most direct manner, the contemplation of Nature. In this activity participants are asked to choose a natural feature like a tree or an animal, imagine that they were that life form, and interview it. They are to write down the answers that first come to their mind.

A few days ago when my nephews were visiting, we lay down in the grass and decided to play interview with Nature. The eight year old chose to interview a wasp and the twelve year old went with a tree (page 2). I chose the garden spirit as my subject. The responses of course are influenced by my own consciousness and the ideas that have taken root in my mind. You can read the response below that appeared in me as I interviewed the garden spirit.

How old are you?
I was born around the fourth week of November 2014. That makes me four years and four month old. [the activity was conducted on 22nd Mar 2019]

Where do you come from?
You could say that I was born in your mind when you read book one and imagined living in Nature. If you wish to go further back, you could trace my birth to Anastasia’s dream in which she imagined that Valdimir Megre would write books whose readers would one day create their own gardens. That was 1995. That makes me 23 year old. Today, there are thousands of my counterparts from Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Germany, Australia, U.S, and elsewhere around the world. All of them were inspired by Anastasia. If you wish to go further back, as a garden spirit I am part of Gaia, mother earth, which also is a spirit. So really, I do not have a beginning. Nor do I have an end since consciousness is eternal.

Have you always been the same size?
My size cannot be seen with eyes but I do have one. The more my creator thinks of me or pays me attention, more do I grow in size. The more care he and his family provides, the better do I flourish, both in spirit and in physical form.

What is it like living here?
The material part of me lives here. As spirit I’m not limited by space. I am here for sure but I’m elsewhere as well. It’s difficult to define it in human terms since you think in a linear, three-dimensional fashion. In the spirit world there is no separation, everything is one. Your scientists are struggling with it too in the world of quantum physics where one object can be at multiple places at the same time. They have been trying to figure it out for over a century. One day they will. When they do, it will begin a new era for humanity. A day will come when you will walk into a forest and see with your instruments all the trees looking at you. You will even be able to measure the beneficial energy you receive from them in such an exchange.

What events have you seen in your life?
I saw the joy and delight with which you conceived of me. I experienced the excitement when you anticipated me over the years. I grew each time you believed you will bring me to life in the physical world or create me one day. Each time your conviction gave way to doubt I slightly diminished in size. Thankfully those moments were few and far between. Most of the time, you were confident. The only question was where and when.

Who comes to visit you?
My physical counterpart is visited by all who come to me. But I am also visited by others when you share your story with them. When you tell them about the garden, what you grow and what motivated you to make it part of your life.

How do you benefit others?
How a garden spirit assists its creator and assists humanity as a whole is a puzzle to which you have given considerable thought. It is something you must strive to continue working. Not with the intellect but with your feeling, by listening to the heart. It’s not something for me to tell you at this time as you still have a lot to learn and experience. You already know that I am and will continue to bring you the opportunities, but you must get the answers on your own.

How do others help you?
Who is to say who helps more - the others me or I them? It’s an exchange. Others help me by joining their thoughts with me. When they think of me, in joy, I grow too as consciousness. I benefit immensely whenever one thinks of me in an uplifted mood. At such times, they elevate themselves, you, and many unseen others. When people visit the garden, contemplate a flower or a fruit tree, and when you share your story and they react with delight they unknowingly also sow seeds of their own future garden. Whether the garden gets materialized in physical form or not depends upon whether they identify it as their aspiration and how well they cultivate it. They may or may not water this seed. Regardless, just the act of sharing the story in uplifted consciousness brings good to all.

参考资料

印度哲学家讲鸣响雪松系列图书的重要性
https://www.zybuluo.com/zhongdao/note/1654092

分享家园(花园)意识
http://blog.orangehues.com/2019/04/sharing-garden-spirit.html

分享自然:
https://www.sharingnature.com/

分享自然印度
https://sharingnature.org/

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