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Welcome to the Official Site of Psycho-Cybernetics and Theatre of the Mind. This is where we do as the good doctor, Maxwell Maltz, did for so many years. We heal internal scars. We give you an emotional face lift. We transform the agonizing pain of defeat, failure, frustration and loneliness into courage, confidence, love, gratitude and peace of mind. We help you reach your goals by showing you how to remove the obstacles that you think are standing in your way.

As a reconstructive plastic surgeon, Dr. Maltz realized that although “plastic surgery” benefited 0.5% of the population, the other 99.5% had unresolved emotional scars from the past, and that these could be removed by changing your self-image. Once these internal scars were irradiated, what followed was a life of success and happiness with you reaching “the greatest port in the world: peace of mind.”

On this blog, I will be giving you Psycho-Cybernetics success tips for transforming your self-image, as well as making recommendations on books, courses and seminars that will take you to the next level. Make sure you subscribe to our email list as well because we have special offers that you’ll want to see.

Matt Furey, President, Psycho-Cybernetics Foundation, Inc.

September 1st, 2015

Wayne Dyer Says Hello?

What I’m about to tell you may be too “mystical” for you to believe. And you may think I’m reading too much into the situation. Either way, here’s what happened:

August 31st, 2015

Can You Believe He’s Gone – Wayne Dyer Lives On

When you hear about a “great one” passing  – twould be normal to feel a sense of sadness and grief. But when it comes to Wayne W. Dyer, who lived his life in such a positive, peaceful way – I am left feeling a big “AH.”

The “AH” is a pause, a moment of silence, a moment to reflect upon the lives Wayne Dyer touched in his journey on Earth, including mine.

I was a freshman in high school the first time I saw Wayne Dyer’s face. Twas on the cover of his first monumental best-seller, Your Erroneous Zones. A teacher was reading it – and at the time, I felt no attraction to his teachings. I was too deeply mired in cruddy thinking to see the value. In fact, I was so far gone that his very countenance repelled me.

Years later, post-college, I was in a bookstore in Santa Cruz, California, going through the self-help section. At that time the repulsion was nearly gone. I recall picking up five of his books and putting them into my pile for purchase.

Then a negative force told me to put the books back. And I did. Uggh. That was stupid.

A year goes by and Dyer comes out with a new book, which was trademark typical of his career (at least one new book per year for quite a spell).

This time I was ready. Really, really ready.

So ready, in fact, that in conjunction with the new book coming out, he was giving a talk in San Jose. I bought a ticket and attended – and as soon as Dr. Dyer glided onto the stage, I was hooked. I bought the hardcover copy of You’ll See It When You Believe It – and during an intermission, I joined the long procession of others who wanted their book signed.

Shaking Wayne’s hand was a turning point in my life – and over the next few years, everytime he came back to California and was within two hours of where I lived, I was in the audience. Each time I attended I met with him to at least say “thank you.” Each time he greeted me with a smirky smile, patted me on the head and said, “I see the two of us have the same barber” – or something similar.

Dr. Dyer’s Nightingale-Conant audiotapes often played in my vehicle as I rode around town. How to Be a No Limit Person and Choosing Your Own Greatness were two of my favorites. Two years ago, when I was in the studio in Chicago, recording Maxwell Maltz’s Theatre of the Mind, I was astounded to know the seat I took to record the CD’s was the same that every author had used over the past 20 years. With eagerness I asked, “So Wayne Dyer sat in this SAME chair when he recorded all his programs?”

“That, he did,” came the reply.

I smiled from jawbone to jawbone. What a day.

Over the years I watched Dr. Dyer’s many PBS specials and bought the packages he promoted.

In his latest book, I Can See Clearly Now, Wayne wrote about the positive influence Psycho-Cybernetics had upon him and how it changed his life for the better. Due to Dr. Dyer’s positive personal touch to my life, I included him in the foreword to the updated and expanded version, Psycho-Cybernetics, Updated and Expanded, due out November 3. My only wish is that the book were published for him to see the reference before he passed.

Then I remember, this is the man who wrote books about the mystical, magical and mysterious. Why not visualize that he will see it? Not in human form, but in spirit.

Most importantly though, there’s that word “AH” resurfacing.

What on earth – how does a man live his life so profoundly and positively that I am smiling as I remember his days on this plain? There’s no grief whatsoever.

I can honestly say “that’s a first.” Just as Dr. Wayne Dyer was a first in so many categories.

He often said he had proof that everyone is born a winner. Why? Because you won the first race you entered. You beat out millions of other “competitors” in order to be conceived and born.

Wayne didn’t just win the first race he was in before being born – he won the last race he was in, too.

What a man. What a life. What a legacy.

To Wayne, I’m thrilled to know we share the same barber.

I’d normally close by saying “rest in peace” – but somehow that doesn’t fit.

“Live in peace.”

Yes, that’s better.

Thank you for your guidance.

Matt Furey
President, Psycho-Cybernetics Foundation, Inc. 

August 18th, 2015

How to Impress Others

Last night I dropped by my daughter’s dance class. Normally I don’t watch her class, but the teacher was going a bit beyond schedule, so I took a peak through the glass.

When my daughter saw me peering through the window, I noted that she instantly got a bit nervous. For the next minute or so, she wasn’t her normal graceful self. She stumbled a bit with movements that are normally quite easy for her.

On the drive home I asked, “Did you feel a bit nervous when you saw me watching you today?”

“Yes,” she replied.

“Did you try harder when you saw me?”

“Yes.”

“Were you trying harder because you wanted to do a better job for me than you’d normally do when you practice?”

“Yes.”

“That’s what I thought. Well, I have some advice for you on this if you’d like to hear it.”

“What is it?”

“If you see your Daddy looking through the glass, pretend he’s not there. Don’t try to impress him. Don’t try harder. Don’t try to do more than you normally do. That doesn’t work. Just do what you do and tune me or anyone else out.”

“How do I do that?”

“There are many ways, but one of the best is to imagine a brick wall to the side of you. No one can look through this brick wall. You’re by yourself, totally focused, even when you know you’re not. Can you picture a brick wall right now?”

“Yes.”

“Can you feel how it blocks someone else out?”

“Yes, that works pretty good.”

“Great. Now, just so you know, I had a similar discussion earlier today with a ball player. He was trying to impress the scouts who were at his practice, so he started trying to do more than ever before, and guess what? In trying to do more, he didn’t. If he’d have just been himself and put a wall up to block out the scouts, he’d have been a lot better off.”

The moral of the story is simple: First of all, don’t TRY. The very word “TRY” is guaranteed to make matters worse. Second, if you try to do even more to impress others, you won’t. You’ll do less.

Just DO what you’d normally do and the impressing will take care of itself.

This is where the psychology of what you do is so incredibly important. A dancer’s steps or moves do NOT change because someone else is watching or because you’re on a different stage.

A ball player’s throws, swings, passes or shots don’t change either.

The above applies to anything you’re involved in, whether business, academia, theatre or sports.

If what you’ve been doing is working, trying to do more or do even better won’t lead to more progress. But awareness will of your breathing, your thinking and your body as you do what you do.

I’ve said it before, and written it, too. The word “try” is demonic. It’ll curse you. It’ll cripple you and make you stumble.

The word “DO” is enough. Don’t try to do it. Don’t “just” do it.

Do it. That’s enough.

Be it. Do it. Live it.

That’s the ticket … to the big show.

Best,

Matt Furey

P.S. It’s all about ridding your body/mind of “resistance.” Resistance to success, fear of failing or falling, fear of disappointing others, etc. For deeper instruction in these methods, I suggest the Zero Resistance Living System – or private coaching/mentoring.

August 17th, 2015

The Winningest Coaches – What They Believe

There’s a familiar pattern here.
Many years ago I read about a book Vince Lombardi had in his personal library. It was dog-eared, hi-lighted and filled with hand-written notes.Lombardi used this book to help himself coach the Green Bay Packers to the first two Super Bowl titles.

Monte Clark, then an assistant coach with the Miami Dolphins, used this same book to help head coach Don Shula go 17-0 and win the Super Bowl with the Miami Dolphins.

The legendary Jim Brown, arguably the greatest NFL running back of all times, spoke about this book in an HBO documentary, Jim Brown: All American.

And then there’s Augie Garrido, the winningest coach in college baseball history. He’s won five College World Series titles – with two different teams. He’s guided young men who nobody wanted and helped them become extraordinary ball players. He’s a fan of this same book, too.

On page 75 in Augie’s book, Life is Yours to Win, he writes about the influence Psycho-Cybernetics has had on him and his teams.

He also states how a key element of Psycho-Cybernetics is championed in the movie, For Love of the Game, starring Kevin Costner, who played the pitcher, Billy Chapel, who at 40 years of age, is so focused and “in the moment” that he doesn’t realize until the 8th inning that he’s throwing a perfect game.

Coach Garrido writes: “One of the techniques Chapel uses to stay focused is to tell himself, “Clear the mechanism.”

“This is a phrase from Psycho-Cybernetics. Clearning the mechanism is a method for emptying the mind of fear and other distractions. It’s managing the moment by mentally slowing it down.”

Clearing the mechanism is clearing the brain of fear and other distractions. It’s letting go of worry, self-doubt and other concerns. It’s living in the moment – one breath at a time.

How do you clear the mechanism, the brain?

You mentally picture a calculator before you. It has numbers on the screen. You push the clear button so you can do a new
computation.

You could also picture a computer screen before you. You clear the screen by seeing it dissolve before you.

As you do this, you breathe deeply and center yourself. And then you go about your business, doing what you’ve set out to do.

There are many others ways to do this in Zero Resistance Living – the advanced program on Psycho-Cybernetics.

The key, though, is training yourself to live in the moment, to feel good everyday, no matter what. It’s learning how to use your positive as well as negative past to launch yourself forward.

Wouldn’t it be great if nothing from the past that was supposedly negative is there to do anything but help you succeed at a higher level?

And this is true, if you know the techniques in Zero Resistance Living. I encourage you to give the program a whirl, so it can give your life a positive whirl in the right direction.

Yours,

Matt Furey

P.S. By the way, in November, Psycho-Cybernetics, Updated and Expanded, will be available, containing a foreword and afterword from ‘yours truly’ – as well as commentary throughout.

July 9th, 2015

Get ’em While You Can

Alrighty then. The big day is NOW.

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Be It. Do It. Live It.

Matt Furey

July 6th, 2015

Rags to Riches to Recreational Retirement

Last week I sent you an email about the release of a series of special reports that I promise will blow your socks off.

June 30th, 2015

Rags, Riches, Retirement

The big day is almost here.

I’m getting ready to launch the special collection of reports I created entitled, How I Went from Rags to Riches on the Internet.

These reports, which went for $97 each (there are 14), reveal insider secrets that are timeless, true and above all else, classic

When I recently went through them I couldn’t believe what I was seeing. Over and over I was unconsciously saying to myself, “Who the hell wrote this? This is unreal.”

That’s the type of inner dialogue that takes place when you read something that was penned with fearless flow, when you’re not concerned with other peoples’ opinions, when you just want to tell the truth that no one else is revealing – and nothing else.  

These reports are RAW. And they’re empowering. 

They do far more than tell the story of how I went from being in major debt to “living the dream.” These writings also point you in the direction of how you can retire {or semi-retire at a young age. 

 

I’m planning on giving a bonus to those who are first in line to place their order on this product – and then, a couple days fter launch, I’ll be pulling this treasure-trove of information off the Internet. So this is most likely going to be your first, last and only chance to secure your copy of these master-pieces. 

 Be It. Do It. Live It.

 Matt Furey

P.S. I’m looking at doing an all-new info-publishing seminar in the fall. This one will be the best one EVER, by far. Those who get How I Went from Rags to Riches on the Internet will be glad they did so when they get the special invitation to attend, at a discount.

June 25th, 2015

3 Ways to Pick a Winner

My friend, Vinny, is a Cleveland Cavaliers fan.

In fact, he’s a fan of anything Cleveland.

He lives in Ohio.

He loves LeBron James. And he’s desperate for his city to redeem itself.

And this is one of the reasons Vinny cannot pick a winner. I’ll explain this “reason” in a bit.

Before Game 1 of the NBA Championships, I told Vince that Golden State would not only win the title, they’d do so in less than seven games.

“Who’s going to win tonight, then?” he asked.

“Golden State,” I replied, without a moment’s hesitation.

Before Game 2 Vinny derisively texted to say, “Okay Swami, who’s going to win tonight?”

“”Cleveland,” I said.

I gave the same answer for Game 3. Cleveland.

And then I told him Golden State would win the next three.

I was 6 for 6. Got all six games right.

Last January, when the NCAA football playoffs began, I picked Ohio State and Oregon to win their games – and Ohio State to win the title.

I was 3 for 3.

Then this week, in the College World Series – a three-game baseball series, I picked Vanderbilt to win game one and Virginia to win the title by taking games two and three.

I was 3 for 3 again.

Overall, in these picks, I’m 12 for 12.

Have I been wrong.

Sure. I’m wrong 10-20% of the time, and usually for the same reasons Vinny is.

Let me give them to you:

1. If I’m a FAN of a team, if I let my choice be “personal” – I’m unable to pick a winner. For example, in the semi-finals of the College World Series, I thought the Florida Gators would win.

Why?

Because I like them. Not because I was getting an extrasensory pulse on who the winner would be. This is important.

2. If I listen to or believe the pundits and sportscasters, I cannot pick a winner.

3. If I look at statistics, matchups or any other key numerics, I cannot pick a winner. 

Okay then, if I don’t do any of the above, what do I do to pick a winner –  and HOW does this apply to you and your life?

First, let me tackle the last part of the question shown above.

Being able to pick a winner, for me, isn’t gambling. The bets I place are with friends, and they’re usually for steak dinners, milk shakes or in Vinny’s case – 2 bucks.

Picking a winner is a SKILL that you can use in any area of your life. You can use it to choose which stocks to buy, what products to create, what businesses to go into, what people to associate with, what classes to take, where to go on vacation, where and when to get married, what to name your children, and so on.

All of the above are important daily choices. And wouldn’t it be great to be RIGHT more often?

What if you make the right choice 80% of the time? Or even more often. Wouldn’t that change your life for the better?

For sure.

Alright, now to the first part of the question, “What do I do to pick a winner?”

Here are 3 Ways to Pick a Winner:

1. Don’t be a FAN of any team and think you can pick who the winner will be in a tough game. Sure, it can be done, but it’s much easier to be deceived by false hunches, reads and impartial evidence.

2. Don’t look at stats, etc. – instead, ask your subconscious mind questions related to your choice and wait for an answer to come to you.

3. Think like a marketer – look for the key storyline in the script. If you were writing the play, removing all your personal bias and emotion (not an easy task) what would be the best ending?

This one is the most important maxim to picking a winner – yet most people have trouble following it because to believe in a script is to believe in something being pre-ordained or pre-destined.

Yet, everything, at some level IS pre-ordained or pre-destined.

There are those who think games are either fixed by the bookies in Vegas or by coaches, players or referees.

Then there are those who believe winners are chosen by the gods, by God, by the cosmos, the stars, the numbers – or however you’d like to explain what you really don’t know “for sure” until the final buzzer sounds.

And then you have those who believe that being a winner is all about personal choice, intention and the like.

Who is right? Who isn’t right?

Hard to say as all three of the above can coincide or collide.

All I know is this: If I think like a marketer, if I consider the storyline, it’s much easier to choose a winner.

In the College World Series, it was Vanderbilt vs. Virginia – a repeat of last years finals.

Yawn.

Okay, here’s one storyline: Vanderbilt repeats. Vanderbilt wins two straight over the same team.

Or… how about this…

The head coach for Virginia is from Council Bluffs, Iowa. It’s literally
just across the state border of Omaha, Nebraska, where the College World Series is being played.

This coach attended Creighton University in Omaha – and he played in the College World Series while in college.

And get this… he’s the only person (to my knowledge) who has both played in the College World Series and been a head coach for a team in the finals.

Getting good isn’t it?

But let’s add one more piece, shall we?

Outside the stadium where the game is being played, you’ll find a statue of a baseball player – and this statue happens to be made in the image and likeness of the Virginia coach.

NOW THAT IS A STORYLINE.

Vanderbilt repeats? As much as I wanted that to happen – I sensed that all the angels in heaven would make sure Virgina and their head coach, Brian O’Connor, won.

And they did.

So there you have it – the uncanny and preposterous way I seem to make good guesses, bets and choices about who will win in what.

This is the same sort of method I’ve used in business as well.

In fact, when I came off the stage several years ago in Delray Beach, Florida, a mega-entrepreneur approached me with an idea.

It was outlandish. Especially coming from this guy.

The idea was to help people choose winning stocks using the “mind” principles I was teaching on Psycho-Cybernetics.

I thought the idea was out of my league. Had no interest in it whatsover.

I may have chosen incorrectly at that moment – but one thing I CAN say is that I’ve put together a pretty strong resume of
winners when it comes to writing books and courses, as well as creating DVDs, CDs and so on.

And one of these winning courses, that I have never let out of the bag before, is a collection of 14 powerhouse newsletters I wrote on Internet marketing, info-publishing, developing a strong storyline, and much more.

The only people who have ever seen any of these newsletters paid $97 per month to get the information. Many of them literally ripped open the envelope each month and devoured every word I wrote – reading with highlighter in hand and a notebook and pen at their sides.

For 14 months these people couldn’t feast on the information I presented fast enough.

Then it ended – as abruptly as it began, when I suffered a detached retina, underwent surgery, and gradually withdrew from the whirld I was living in.

For the first time in my life, I took a rest. I regrouped. I spent time away from clients and customers and seminars and coaching programs.

Just recently, a friend who was over for a visit, saw the binder that holds those 14 newsletters and he opened the cover and began to scan the contents.

But he found himself unable to scan for long because the words pulled him into the copy and wouldn’t let him go.

After absorbing the essence of just a few pages, he looked at me and said, “Matt, you gotta make this information available. No one is telling people this stuff. This is what I’ve been looking for. How much do you want for this?”

At this point I told my friend I would consider putting this course out – but only for a limited time.

After pondering the idea for a couple hours, I decided to proceed, to go ahead. And that’s what I intend to do within the next week.

So look for more announcements – as well as the grand ultimate announcement on my never before released course entitled… How I Went from Rags to Riches on the Internet.

It’ll show you how to pick a winner – and a whole lot more.

This will be a limited time offer, so you really do want to pay attention to those forthcoming emails that announce this grand course.

In the interim, enjoy your summer – and “don’t be a fan” if you want to pick a winner.

Yours,

Matt Furey

P.S. This email was written spontaneously, without correction, editing or proof-reading. And if you like this kind of style, you’re going to go nuts over the course How I Went from Rags to Riches on the Internet 

June 22nd, 2015

Donald Trump’s Presidential Genes

Ever hear someone claim that the reason for another person’s success is “genetic.”

Word is that Donald Trump claimed genetics to be the reason for his business success.

Really?

So you either have the right genes for success – or you don’t. And if you don’t – you’re scrooood – (rhymes with Scrooge}.

Here’s what I believe: Success IS genetic – and you have the capability within to “turn on” latent or dormant genes – or to use the ones that are already on.

You turn your success genes on the same way you activate the success mechanism in your brain – by the positive use of your IMAGINATION mixed with positive FEELINGS.

Keep in mind, if you choose not to use your imagination for the positive, then by dafault you’re using it for the negative. Mix negative mental imagery with negative feelings and you get negative results. Mix positive images with positive emotions and you activate positive realities.

Pretty simple formula.

Sure, there’s “work” that goes into the success formula – but no work ever gets done without imagining it getting
done first.

Can anyone and everyone imagine and become shortstop for the New York Yankees?

Of course not.

Yet, oddly enough, Derek Jeter, the future hall-of-famer who played that position for the Yankees for nearly 20 years, has a book called The Life You Imagine.

Interesting, isn’t it? At a young age Jeter told his parents he was going to play shortstop for the Yankees. His parents encouraged this dream in him. They made no comments to him about being too small, not having the genes, etc.

The young Jeter went so far as to hang a Yankees jersey from the back of his bedroom door – and each night before sleep he’d lie there and imagine his future reality.

Did these “imaginings” set in motion or cause the young Jeter to “do the work” necessary to become the Derek Jeter that Yankees’ fans admire so much?

Of course.

No one trains, works, writes, paints, sings, dances, swims, runs, walks, eats or makes love without imagining it first.

You may not think you imagine something before you do it – but if you stop yourself long enough to examine your process – you’ll see that you do.

The same goes with failure.

All of us have seen someone drop a glass or plate, or fall down – then exclaim, “I knew i was going to do that.”

Okay, how’d you know?

You knew because you saw a picture in your mind of it happening – and you didn’t take the time to change images before the slip happened.

The negative image you pictured became a reality.

Now, the billion doll-ar question:

Does Donald Trump have the genes to become President of the United States?

Perhaps, but I don’t think he really, truly imagines “with FEELING” himself holding that position – so I don’t see him ever sitting behind a desk in the Oval Office.

But forget about politics for a moment and ponder where you want to be, want you want to do or who you want to be.

Do so with positive feelings.

If you’re willing to do the above religiously, I’m willing to promise you one thing: you’ll start doing the things that move you in the direction of what you’re picturing.

How close you get to what you want depends on how often you mix imagination with emotion and action.

Here endeth today’s lesson.

Matt Furey
author of Theatre of the Mind

P.S. I’m looking at having a POWER of IMAGINATION seminar this all. You like the idea? If so, make sure you prep yourself by getting my Theatre of the Mind program. Here’s what one reader recently said about the program:

Theatre of the Mind gives the most incredible boost to the world of CREATIVE imagination. Visualizing images and such works, but the examples you gave really turbo-charge the experiences in the mind – and change your outside circumstances much more smoothly and rapidly.  Incredible.”
D.H. – Des Moines, Iowa

June 18th, 2015

Most Evil Word in English Language

Today when I was driving my daughter to dance camp, I asked her if she knew the most important word in the Chinese language; the word that much of the culture is centered around.

She shook her head “no.”

I replied, “It isn’t 好 Hǎo,” which means good.

It’s a word you’d least expect.

It’s the word 慢 (Màn} – pronounced like the Jamaican’s say man – mohn.

The term means “slow” or “slowly.”

Throughout the day people will use this word over and over. In fact, it’s common to say 慢 (Màn} twice before a verb. For example:

Eat slowly – man man chi.
Walk slowly – man man zou
Learn slowly – man man xue

It is this last phrase – 慢慢学习 {màn man xué} or learn slowly I’d like to comment on today, before I reveal to you the most evil word in the English language.

OK, you may wonder how learning slowly can be considered a good thing.

So let’s go back in time. How about when you were an infant.

At that time you absorbed more knowledge without trying than any other time in your life.

You were totally relaxed. You were living in the NOW.

No pressure. No hurry. No worry. No grades. No awards.

Just a whole lot of information you could absorb with ease – and without tension.

So I said to my daughter, “Do you realize that you learned English, Mandarin Chinese, as well as Shanghainese and Sichuanese (two other dialects) before age three – and you weren’t under any pressure to do so? You just absorbed what was around you because you were totally relaxed.”

She’d never pondered the thought, so I elaborated.

“When you study dance – or anything else, the same idea applies. If you’re under stress or tension – it’s difficult to learn. If you’re relaxed and engaged, you can learn quickly, even when you’re not trying to do so.”

I then told her about the most evil word in the English language.

“When you train today, remember to never TRY to learn anything. Just relax, be engaged and allow yourself to learn. But don’t TRY. You cannot TRY and successfully do anything. That’s why it’s the most evil word in any language – but especially English.”

“The word TRY will keep you from ever fulfilling any of your desires. You cannot TRY anything. You either do it or you don’t. As Yoda said in Star Wars, “Do or do not, there is no try.”

As I drove I coninued. “Throughout the rest of your life, whenever you hear anyone use the word try, understand that they’re probably NOT going to do what they say they’re trying to do.”

“If someone says he’ll TRY to make it to a party – he’s not going.”

“If someone says he’ll try to lose weight or stop drinking or stop smoking – or anything else – it not going to happen.”

“If someone tries to make money, he can’t.”

“And especially true is anyone trying to learn something. You cannot try to learn something. You either engage and learn it – or you don’t.”

Whether you are willing to slow down to speed up your learning of something, one thing is for certain, you cannot do it by trying to do it.

Eliminate the word “try” from your vocabulary and you’ll notice yourself relaxing, getting into flow and being far more effective in all that you do.

Don’t believe me?

Then go ahead and test it.

Just don’t “try it.” If you “try” – you’re going to be disappointed.

The above and a whole lot more is contained within the Zero Resistance Living System – available for the next day at a greatly reduced amount.

Grab a copy of this award-generating program and your life will never be the same again.

Yours,

Matt Furey


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