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7 Steps to INCREASE Your Money Flow

Today we have another awesome guest post from Erin Dickson of Gravity Life Coaching

 

 

Do you feel frustrated with your current financial situation and are looking to change it, but just don’t know how? 

 

When you grow up with certain ideas about money, you tend to internalize them and this actually blocks your flow of money, without even realizing it.  These ideas could be that there is a ceiling on how much money you can make, “money doesn’t grow on trees”, you have to work very hard just to get by or that money makes you happy or sad. 

 

When you hold onto that mindset about money, you are blocking the flow of the money coming to you.  So how do you change it?

 

1.  Identify what your beliefs about money are. What ideas did you inherit about money from your parents?  Are you still holding onto these ideas?  How are they stopping you from meeting your full potential?

 

Listen to your own inner statements about money.  Give yourself 2 days to really listen to how you think about and talk about money.  What things do you find yourself saying?

 

Action Step:  Determine what you currently believe about money.

 

2.  Change your negative money thoughts.  Now that you’ve identified those thoughts – you get to change them!  Next time you hear yourself say “we can’t afford that” replace it with “we could have that if we wanted to, but lets invest our money in something else for now” – now that “something else” might be bills, but let’s change bills to investments – because truthfully that’s what they are and that’s what you’ve done to acquire those “bills”.  Either you’ve invested in things with your credit cards or you’ve invested in a vehicle, a home, a monthly cable service, etc.  If you focus on debt, debt will be received – if you focus on wealth and investments, wealth and investments will be received.

 

Creating affirmations sounds cliche – but do it anyways – what do you have to lose?  You don’t have to do the traditional lipstick on the mirror thing if it’s too much for you (or the people you live with). I actually put reminders in my phone that say things like:  “Money is ABUNDANT and on it’s way to me!”  I set the reminder to occur weekly and I create a different one for each day of the week.  There are days when I’m down or feel like I might not make it financially and then that damn affirmation pops up on my phone and I’m like “okay, I got this”.  

 

CHANGE YOUR THINKING, EVIDENCE APPEARS.

 

Action Step: Replace your negative money thoughts with positive ones.

 

3.  Set your intentions. How much money do you need or want and how much time can you give yourself to receive it?  

 

The first time that I tried this activity, I wasn’t sure of it.  I needed $800 to get my brakes fixed.  I only had a month to do it, before my car needed to be inspected.  I had just learned this strategy and decided I had nothing to lose by trying it.  So I repeated affirmations (quietly) like “checks are in the mail” “the money will come if I allow it” “I have nothing to worry about it”.  There was one day left and I decided that even if the money didn’t come, it was okay, I would just put it on my credit card – ugghhhh.  I scheduled my appointment with the garage and went to the post office – not truly expecting anything, but just because I had to get my mail. That very day there was a check in my mailbox for $2000.  The check was actually the retainer from my divorce lawyer – BUT I did not expect the check until my divorce was final and it wasn’t final until about 6 months from the day I received it.  Coincidence?  Who the hell cares.

 

Action Step:  Decide how much you want and when you want it by.

 

4.  Create a partner or partners in believing.  You do need to believe, at least a little bit for now, that this is possible – but if you can’t, find someone who can believe for you – and eventually with you.  

 

When I decided to become a life coach, I had signed up for a weekend long life coach institute.  This training was offered all over the country and I chose to sign up for the closest one to me, in Boston.  The cost of this…coincidentally again, was $800.  I signed up for it in the winter and used my credit card, knowing it wouldn’t be charged until the spring (the time of the training).  I decided that would give me enough time to budget and save for it, before my credit card was actually charged.

 

Well, Spring came and surprise, surprise, I “forgot” to budget for it. I was sitting at the table, paying bills with Jeff and said “hmmm, not sure how I’m gonna pay for this”.  He says “I can help you with it” and I said “Nope, I’m gonna attract the money from outside the household.”  He says, “OKKKKAAAAYYY, Erin”, a bit sarcastically, I might add.  

 

That week, I told my Life Coach friend, “I’m expecting a check for $800, but I’m not quite sure where it will come from”.  She says “of course it will come” – with no sarcasm – and I think she believed that it would.   That very night, I received a phone call from the life coach institute and the woman on the phone says “I”m very sorry – but we have to cancel the workshop you signed up for in Boston, because not enough people signed up for it…” my heart sunk because although I wanted to save the $800, I really wanted to attend the workshop.  In the next instant she said “but we’re willing to refund your credit card and offer you attend in any other city for free”. 

 

Tell me it doesn’t work…I have evidence that it does.  You will too. But don’t share your intentions with non-believers.  Share your intentions with believers.  More positive thoughts lead to an increase in positive energy.  

 

Just a few weeks ago, I began talking about these stories with a teacher I work with.  She had never heard of the law of attraction and she was intrigued with my stories.  The next week she sees me and says “Erin!  You are a miracle worker!”, I was like “Sweet, I didn’t even do anything…do tell!”.  She explains to me that she was talking with her husband about perhaps picking up a dreaded second job because they needed $10,000 to keep their house.  The next week, her husband received an increase in his salary of – guess how much – EXACTLY $10,000.

 

Action Step:  Seek out someone else who believes and tell them your intentions.

 Join my Empowering Women through Change Facebook group here – for a bit of inspiration and encouragement!

 

5.  Write yourself a check.  Choose an amount that you’d like to have and write yourself a check for that amount.  Jim Carrey did this when he and his family were broke and living in a van.  He wrote himself a check for $10,000,000 and set a date for 5 years ahead.  In the memo he wrote “for acting services rendored”.  Five years later in the month he had indicated, he was offered a $10,000,000 contract for “Dumb and Dumber”.  Check out his story https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nPU5bjzLZX0.

 

I shared this story with a co-worker last year, who was not sold on the idea, but certainly open to it.  We decided we would write each other checks for $100,000.  I followed through…he did not.  I went online and actually created a realistic looking check for $100,000 and got it framed for him.  He had accepted a new job a few months later and told me that with his salary and insurance, the total equaled $100,000.  

 

This is also the plan that Jack Canfield used to attract $100,000 and then later $1,000,000 with his Chicken Soup for the Soul books.  

 

Write yourself a check, put it in your wallet or purse, and carry it around with you.  Start small and work your way up.  You don’t have to start small, but to increase your sense of believing, you might need to.  Once you grow a bigger believing you can dream bigger.  It’s sometimes hard to break our long-standing patterns of belief.

 

Action Step:  Write yourself a check.

 

6.  Visualize.  Imagine what would be different in your life if you had the money you wanted.  How would you feel different?  What would you be doing differently?

 

Visualizing and feeling are important parts of the process.  Create a vision board – put it in writing and pictures.  If you can see it in your mind, you can hold it in your hand.  Remember – everything has to be a thought before it can be a thing.  Put the thought out there and see it daily.  Experience the feelings as if it’s already yours.  If the money would bring you a vacation to Bora Bora, then get pictures of Bora Bora and put them on your vision board.  Then imagine yourself in that picture.  What does the sun feel like?  The sand?  The water?  What do you see, how are you experiencing it?

 

Action Step:  Create a Vision Board.

 

7.  Give to Others.  It’s easy to be stingy when you feel like you don’t have enough for yourself.  BUT you cannot receive if you do not give.  Giving balances the flow of money.  

 

When I first learned about this I wasn’t sure who to give to or how much.  Then the first opportunity presented itself to me.  I had scheduled a night out with a couple of friends – one that I hadn’t seen in a while.  That day, she called me to tell me that her cat had an emergency vet appointment and she couldn’t afford to go out to dinner – seriously, can’t make this shit up.  I decided that would be my first conscious gift and that I would pay for her dinner.  The bill came and my other friend also decided to chip in – not only that, but she had a gift card.  The bill for all three of us ended up being only $10.  That was quick evidence that when you choose to give, the money comes back.

 

Now I engage in random acts like this more frequently and have scheduled donations come out of my account monthly.  If you budget for it and schedule it, you don’t miss it.

 

Action Step:  Determine who you will give to consistently and how much you will spend.

 

Begin with these 7 steps and you will see evidence of an increase of money flow within the next couple of months.

 

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2 Questions that will Change Your Life

Today’s guest post was written by Erin Dickson an amazing life coach.

2 Questions That Will Change Your Life…

Erin Dickson

Gravity Life Coaching

 

 

 

When I was a few years out of college and stuck in a dead-end job – I was contemplating going back to graduate school to be a Guidance Counselor.  I knew I wanted to be a Guidance Counselor, but the process of getting there was a bit overwhelming. 

 

I was living in an apartment by myself, working 2 jobs and discovered that I would need to do a 600-hour unpaid internship.  It was so overwhelming to look at the big picture –  because all I could think about was what could go wrong.  How could I possibly take a 6 month long unpaid full-time internship while paying rent? 

 

That’s the question I was living in and that’s the question that stopped me from moving forward for so long.

 

When I was finally able to start living in a different question, I discovered how to move forward.  I wanted it to be a possibility, I wanted to make it happen and I knew that others made it happen.  If others made it happen, why couldn’t I?  

 

So, I started asking different questions.  Rather than focusing on how it couldn’t work, I started working with a solution focused approach –

 

“If I believed it were possible, and if I believed I couldn’t fail, what would I do next?” 

 

That question opened up a whole new world of possibilities.   I stopped focusing on how I would fail and started focusing on what it might look like if I succeeded.  That was such a cooler place to be…

 

What I would do next, was easy.  I started the application process and took my first class.  Easy.  Then my second class, then my third class.  As I began to get further into the program, I decided that I loved my classes, I couldn’t wait to be a Guidance Counselor!  Nothing was going to stop me at that point. 

 

I moved from “what if I can’t?” to “what if I can?” Two questions – two completely different results.

 

As the internship grew closer I dropped my full-time job – I found an apartment for $350/month and my waitressing job seriously saved my ass!  I got through my internship and got a job as soon as I finished. 

 

I focused on the possible success, not the possible failure. 

 

If I had started with “I could never do that” then I never would have.  I would be stuck in my routine world of comfort – but not awesomeness.  We need to remember to live in awesomeness – this life is too short for routine and mundane.

 

Change your language and your mind will follow.  Ask yourself different questions, live in a world of “what if I succeed – what would that look like?”, not “what if I fail”…because if you live the question “what if I fail”, you’ll never move from where you are today.  If where you are today is awesome, then cool – hang out there.  For too many people…it’s not awesome YET.

 

Discover your awesome self.  Click below to decide what you’re capable of!

 

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Manifesting What you REALLY Want! – The Secret BEHIND The Secret


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Like many of you, I have been struggling for years to make the Law of Attraction work for me, not knowing that I was actually going about using it THE WRONG WAY!

You see, the key to using the Law of Attraction, and being able to manifest what you want and desire, is the proper use of visualization. The fact is, many people can’t properly visualize and create an emotional connection to what they are seeing. All that has now changed thanks to “Abundant Mind

Abundant Mind is being called “The Netflix of Subliminal Manifestation” because it contains a massive library of powerful, full motion, high resolution visualization videos that can be streamed on any internet connected device.

Unlike the visualization videos that already exist on the market, these are vastly superior because they use FIVE scientifically proven subconscious altering techniques. By using full motion themed video (not still images), a special audio track, affirmations, subliminal messages and binaural beats, these videos will completely change how you visualize and respond emotionally to visualizations. This could literally be the secret behind “The Secret”.

I have been using these for the last few days and I’m already seeing a difference. I highly recommend you take a few minutes out of your day to check out this phenomenal connection of visualization videos.

An Enlightened Message for Your Soul

You can choose to be happy right now.

by Jafree Ozwald

No matter if you are super rich or dirt poor,
forever young or old as the Sun,
happiness is ALWAYS a choice you can
make and a chance you can take, right now!

Make up your mind today to explore
what being happy FEELS like.
Just as an experiment to prove to yourself
that you can simply choose it as an experience.

When you feel the good vibration
you empower yourself with this awesome self loving paradigm.
You can see it is tons easier to manifest anything you want,
need and desire in life, no matter what happens
or does not happen in your outer world.

Your life is designed to be a super rich and
enlightening journey overflowing with jubilation!
Today is your day to explore your your natural ability
to make choices which catapult you instantly into living a life of bliss!

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What if You Stopped Being Yourself – Chris Cade

When I think of experiences that provide me the most inner growth, I notice they all have a common thread: Whatever is going on is not representative of what I consider to be my “normal” everyday experience.

In the case of the last 6 months, trauma is definitely not a part of my historical everyday experience. Most of my life has been fairly enjoyable, peaceful, and lacking of major conflict. Sure I’ve had my challenges, but nothing that was truly horrifying (until last year).

And while I don’t advocate you go out looking for trauma, my experience has shown me that embracing it and working through the trauma has given me riches of personal growth beyond my imagination.

It was a step FAR beyond my normal experience, and the trauma challenged me every single day to live what I know to be true. It also challenged me to decide whether or not I’d continue to identify with who I was, or if I’d step up to the unbelievable challenge and become more of the incredible person that I am discovering and know myself to be.

Now, if you don’t want to be traumatized to step out of your “normal” experience, there are other ways. 🙂

Here’s a true story to illustrate… Continue reading “What if You Stopped Being Yourself – Chris Cade” »

She Gave Me the Finger, I Gave Her My Heart – Chris Cade

Though that may sound like like the name of a really bad country song, I assure you I haven’t switched vocations to become a musician. 🙂

See, the other day I was taking my son to preschool and I had an “interaction” with a driver. There is a highway interchange that was designed very poorly and has great potential for accidents. All the people in the left lane have to get over to the right lane (which turns very quickly), and all the people coming from the right lane (which is a curve) have to get over into the left lane.

To compound the issue, those going from right to left have a metering light that brings traffic to a stop. During rush hour, it’s a dangerous intersection. I was in the left lane, another woman in the right.

I kindly slowed so that she’d be able to get into the lane in front of me. Then I’d be able to switch to the right. Unfortunately, she decided to also slow at the same time. We both came to an almost complete stop in the middle of traffic because within the 1 second we saw each other, we couldn’t agree on who should go first (and there wasn’t enough time / space for either of us to accelerate).

When she finally decided to cut in front of me at last moment, I barely missed hitting the back of her car by probably 6 inches. Maybe less. She was visibly upset.

Okay, that’s putting it mildly….

Until I had fully passed her car, I could see her mouthing various profanities at me. Most of them were regarding what she thought I should go do with myself. 🙂

And given how I was intending to act kindly, and she was treating me so poorly, I’m sure you can guess how I responded to her total disregard for my kindness…

I went on with my life.

I pulled into the right lane, drove off on my way, I sensed my heart, felt compassion, and thought to both her and myself:

“I wish you well.”

No matter how difficult life gets, no matter how badly people treat me, that’s one thing I always find helps me (and hopefully them too!)…

“I wish you well.”

It doesn’t right any wrongs. It doesn’t condone actions, nor does it condemn them. It doesn’t eliminate pain or frustration. And it doesn’t make me any more right or wrong than the other person.

“I wish you well” does, however, help me feel better.

It reminds me that I am a co-creator in this world.

It reminds me that if I want to live in a world where others wish live with kindness, it starts with me.

And that new co-created world starts in those moments where my critical ego least wants to wish people well. Still, it’s a start and it has to start somewhere. For me, that place is within.
 
Your Partner In Transformation,
Chris Cade
Liberate Your Life

P.S. “I wish you well.” 🙂

Stop Feeling the Way You Know You Shouldn’t – Chris Cade

A while back I shared with you my thoughts about “The LIE About Positive Thinking.”  Today, I’d like to expand on that topic in a different way. Specifically, the question is: Is it okay to have our thoughts?

On the surface, it seems obvious. Of course it’s fine to have our thoughts!

But what if they’re judgmental? Or so anti-Law Of Attraction that they’re negative or hurtful? Shameful? Is it okay to have those thoughts too?

I recall years ago that whenever I wanted to feel a specific kind of emotion, I’d change my music to something that mirrored what I wanted. If I wanted to feel energized, I put on Dream Theater, Van Halen, Metallica, or Robert Miles. If I wanted to feel mellow, I put on some Diana Krall, Enigma, or Enya. For whatever mood I wanted, I put in the music that would take me there.

It wasn’t until I ventured further down my spiritual path that I realized how detrimental that was to myself. I thought I was doing myself a favor by “picking myself up” naturally. Sort of like when you have a bad day, and a friend comes over and says, “Hey, let’s go shopping and get some dessert. Forget that loser ex of yours for a while.”

On the surface, that seems empowering and compassionate. The intention is well. However, all those examples have one thing in common:

Rejection.

Each one of them is rejecting the moment. It’s rejecting the person’s experience. It’s rejecting the possibility that being right where you are is exactly where you’re supposed to be.  It is fundamentally saying to yourself, “Stop feeling the way you know you shouldn’t.” And as I teach in Liberate Your Life, every time you use the word “should” you’re identifying with Your Inner Critic, limiting your growth and minimizing your happiness.

So then what’s the alternative?

Honoring the moment.

Instead of telling yourself how to feel or trying to change how you feel, just accept it. With regards to my music, I found a real deep peace and a kind of magical mystery when I switched my mindset. Instead of finding music to cover up what I felt, to ignore my emotions, to try and transcend them, or try to evade them…

I found myself putting in music that honored exactly who I was in that very moment.

The result was profound. Instead of having an underlying agitated state of rejection and frustration, I was listening to the perfect music for that moment. Because the music was aligned with my inner state, there was a resonance which created a sense of peace.

It seems counter intuitive.

After all, sometimes I’d feel a deep sadness. Maybe an anger. Maybe shame. Delight and joy. Excitement. It could be anything. And yet when I put in music that completely honored the emotion I was experiencing, I also felt peace.

The other emotions didn’t disappear. I didn’t stop feeling sad or angry. What changed was that instead of rejecting my sadness or anger, I was at peace with it…

And that made all the difference.

Your Partner In Transformation,
Chris Cade
Liberate Your Life

P.S. The amazing thing about accepting our negative thoughts and emotions is that when you do it, when you truly accept them, they naturally transform into a form of empowerment.

What it Means to “Hold On” to Your Pain – Chris caade

by Chris Cade

Recently I shared with you a bit about happiness, and my friend Arina’s explorations into the topic. While it’s important to find ways to cultivate happiness, there’s also a silent (or sometimes not-so-silent) killer of happiness: our pain.

Many people hold onto their pain like a kind of “badge of honor.” In fact, most of us have some aspect of our history, something painful or difficult, that we have a silent sense of pride about… as though when we tell the story, we know people will empathize with us. We’ll be seen. We’ll be comforted.

In fact, we might even mistake the support we receive for a distorted illusion of happiness.

Since that kind of connection between people feels supportive, we hold onto the story of our pain. We can tell the story again sometime (even if it’s just to ourselves). The interesting thing about “holding onto our pain” is that it actually takes us away from happiness, authentic communication, and it prevents us from living our lives fully.

When we “hold onto” our pain, when we bring our past difficult stories with us, what we’re really saying is: “I don’t want to be here, right now, as things are. I also don’t want to know what potential my future holds. I’m more interested in being with the more familiar experience of my painful and uncomfortable feelings.”

Nobody wants to admit that to themselves.

Yet it happens -every- time we continue to dwell in pain over something that is not occurring in the present moment. This can be as simple as telling your friend later in the day about that “jerk” who cut you off in traffic, that co-worker who talked bad about you behind your back, or your partner or friend who was so involved in his/her own story that you never got a chance to actually connect.

It happens in big and small ways. It happens to me every day. Not because I want the pain. Not because I want to avoid the present moment or the future. It happens because that’s a habit of the Inner Critic and my subconscious mind.

(and yours too)

If I were to oversimplify, I would say that when we “hold onto” our pain, what we’re really doing is giving up on life. After all, if we truly felt otherwise, we’d live in the moment and not in the past where our stories of pain reside.

Byron Katie nailed it when she named her book, “Who would you be without your story?” Really. Candidly speaking, while I have a few clues as to who I’d be, I don’t truly know. Not from a 24-7 experiential perspective.

And if you’re reading my messages, this is also true of you to some degree… 🙂

Your Partner In Transformation,
Chris Cade
Liberate Your Life

P.S. To be clear, I’m not suggesting that acknowledging or experiencing your pain is bad. In fact, it’s absolutely necessary to living a happy and fulfilled life.

Thus the question for you to explore is: How can you live so that the inevitable pain of being human doesn’t become a story (or badge of honor) that drags you back into the past?

If you would like to take the next step with Chris, sign up sign up for his Free “Getting Things Changed” 7-part mini-program that exposes the inner and outer obstacles conspiring against your best efforts to transform your life.

 

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Let Me Tell You About “God” – by Chris Cade

by Chris Cade

Just saying the word “God” sends some people into a rage and others into profound peace. It causes wars and creates divine unions. People blame God for the bad in their lives while praising God for the gifts.

I find it amazing how one word can have such different meanings to so many people. There are as many meanings for the word “God” as there are people on the planet.

To some, God is personified – an all-knowing sentient being who consciously and intentionally creates situations (whether it’s pleasure or suffering, peace or war, cancer or miracle healings).
To others, God is an omnipresent field of organizing energy which has no conscious awareness, yet all consciousness arises from.
And others don’t even acknowledge the concept of “God” in any form.
Regardless of what you may believe about God…
Regardless of what you may have discovered to be personally true about God…
I think it’s important to really acknowledge that God means different things to different people. The thing is, what I’m writing isn’t really about God.
It’s about you and every experience you’ve ever had, are having, and will have. Because each and every one of them, every thought, every emotion, every story you’ve ever told yourself…
Means something different to you than it does to anybody else.

And if we can get so riled up about a three-letter word such as “God,” consider how much more we get riled up each and every day with entire sentences! 🙂

Your Partner In Transformation,
Chris Cade
Liberate Your Life

P.P.S. Only by acknowledging how you fundamentally view the world differently from others can you develop the awareness to have compassion for those who are different from you.

P.P.S. And by “those who are different from you,” I mean everybody you ever come into contact with.
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Click Here Now to get started…
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The Difference Between Your Ego and Your Inner Critic – Chris Cade

One of my Liberate Your Life program participants emailed me this week and asked that very question. It’s an interesting one, and I thought I’d share with you how I answer it within the body of my work. Although other peoples’ work may define these things differently, this is what works for me and for the people I work with.

Think of the Ego as your identity.

It’s who you take yourself to be. Maybe that’s a man or woman, mother or father, daughter or son. Maybe it’s an employee, a manager, a friend, and so on and so forth. You could sum up “Ego” as the who and what of your thoughts about yourself.

Think of the “Inner Critic” as the judgmental critical voice that has opinions *about* your Ego.

For example, the Inner Critic might look at the list I just wrote and expand it like this: “Insensitive man, ugly woman, unavailable mother, inconsistent father, distant daughter, burdensome son, incompetent employee, overbearing manager, callous friend” and so on and so forth. You could sum up “Inner Critic” as your opinions about yourself.

I’m aware that some people teach the ego to be “bad” or something to “rid” ourselves of. Unfortunately, that perspective *IS* the Inner Critic trying to judge how a person should go about their own path of inner growth.

(that’s just a more cunning version of the Inner Critic)

Rather than think of the Ego as something to get rid of, I prefer to think of it as something to understand. It’s not inherently bad to be a parent. However, it is important to understand what it means to be a parent, how that awareness affects your life, and how you can live both as a parent in the worldn… -without- all the judgments of the Inner Critic about what kind of parent it thinks you are.

Similarly, while I sometimes joke about “obliterating” the Inner Critic, that perspective only has very limited use (for the purposes of channeling certain types of aggressive energy more effectively).

As I teach in Liberate Your Life, it came to be in your life for very important, survival-based reasons. Rather than try to “get rid” of the Inner Critic, again I find it most useful to try and understand it. Explore it.

In my experience, trying to get rid of certain thoughts within my head is only a temporary remedy. The thoughts always come back. The only approach that has ever given me truly lasting freedom from the harsh judgments of my Inner Critic is awareness and understanding.

I hope those examples help clarify, at least within my evolving and developing body of work, where the differences lie between the Ego and the Inner Critic.

Your Partner In Transformation,
Chris Cade
Liberate Your Life

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