Here’s what abuse victims actually need from you

In the era of the #MeToo movement, it’s not enough to talk about abuse and bring it to light. While I believe it’s absolutely necessary to shine a light on what has happened to victims/survivors because the secrets are what keep us sick as individuals and as a society, we also need to learn to display active empathy for what these people have been through and where they’re at in life afterwards.

You see, it’s essential to actively help survivors because abuse penetrates the mind, body, and soul. Abuse alters the course of one’s life forever and often puts survivors at a disadvantage for quite some time afterwards: financial inequality, job loss, loss of home or car, social stigma and shunning, health problems, loss of friends or family, etc etc. If you have not been abused, you possess privileges that victims do not. And chances are, victims need your support in order to overcome the societal and economic disadvantages.

(Side note: as someone who’s endured various forms of abuse myself I use and identify with both the term “victim” and “survivor” though I realize “survivor” is the P.C. term of the moment).

Additionally, those who choose to acknowledge and speak out about abuse are often further abused by the “mob” who have lived their lives feigning empathy but when push comes to shove, in fact lack it greatly and side with perpetrators or turn a blind eye. Or, well-intentioned friends and family say, “If you ever need anything let me know!” but suddenly rescind when there is an actual need. Imagine trying to answer the common question, “Hey how’s it going?” honestly after abuse. You see the anger, fear or boredom take over people’s affects. So, victims may internalize this to confirm that they are bad, wrong, lacking, unwelcome in society, or lying. (Abuse is a mind fuck, remember.)

Abuse is an opportunity for outsiders to truly put their empathy and compassion to use. Here’s how you can help victims and survivors and what they need from you but may not be able to communicate or quantify.

Unless someone has experienced abuse themselves, been otherwise intimately acquainted with it, or trained to recognize the symptoms, most people lack any understanding of how to help victims. If you are a victim yourself please send this to friends and family so they understand how to support you. While you may subconsciously know what you need, it’s hard to find the words to put to those needs while you are traumatized or stressed.

1. Intentional listening. This means dropping your obligations in the moment or your personal agenda to give these people time to open up and share. Many victims do not trust easily because of the trauma they have been through so it may take a while for them to let down the “I’m okay” facade in order for others to hear them. This isn’t where you give advice; it’s where you offer them time, space, and attentiveness without pressure or expecting anything in return. Let go of your preconceived notions and needs. Ask open-ended questions such as, “Tell me what happened”, “How do you feel?”, “How are you doing since then?”,”What’s been hard?”, “What do you need from me?”. You may only get bits and pieces at first because victims themselves may not have connected all of the dots. More may come up later. Be open.

2. Financial support. This doesn’t mean you necessarily have to give them money. Maybe it means letting them know about a job opportunity, giving them time to pay you back, giving gift cards, paying for meal delivery or monthly meal prep boxes, filling up their gas tank, paying for babysitting, or other means of help. Many victims lose their jobs, homes, cars, and are drained financially by their perpetrators so additional support can be very valuable for these people.

3. Words of encouragement. Victims need positive people in their lives. Remind them of who they are, how great they were/are/can be, how capable they are, and that life will get better. This doesn’t mean you gloss over the reality of what happened. It just means you encourage them with kindness, prayer or positive affirmations, good energy, uplifting memes or quotations, and love in their time of need.

4. Be a no-judgement zone. Victims likely have endured lots of judgment from others after stating their experiences. The last thing they need is more criticism. When victims are under the microscope so to speak, they can’t relax and begin to heal. Make yourself a safe place for them.

5. Affirm their experiences. Even one person stepping up in bravery to say, “Yes this happened; yes I witnessed it; yes they’re telling the truth” means the world to a victim. They often go at it alone so affirming what they have been through to the victim or to bystanders is absolutely invaluable and helps them overcome shame or cognitive dissonance.

6. Remember them. Invite them places, include them in gatherings, and at the very least don’t overlook them socially. Even if victims say they can’t or don’t want to go, it doesn’t mean they don’t want to be invited. They may be busy trying to keep their head above water or may be processing difficult emotions that make it hard for them to be social. Remembering them goes a long way and can mean the world. It’s about the intention.

7. Question your relationship with their perpetrators. Not only is it extremely hurtful for you to remain friends with their perp, it is hugely insulting. To a victim, it means you don’t think the abuse was legitimate or “bad” enough to be taken seriously. It means you don’t believe them. It is a blow to the gut. Distance yourself from abusers; it’s your responsibly once you know. Otherwise it’s a form of complicity.

8. Stand up for them. Chances are victims were alone in the abuse to begin with. After stating their allegations, they can feel even more alone because of the cognitive dissonance of others. It is common for the “crowd” to bully, threaten, or defame victims. Be the brave person who has their back rather than ignoring the problems or making it worse.

9. Don’t ghost them. Isolation and loneliness are common among survivors. Be sure to be attentive and respond to them. Ghosting only adds insult to injury.


How to uncover your soul’s blueprint

I tell this to every single one of my clients: anything you are in pain about is something you are being asked to change, work through, get out of, get rid of, or resolve. Pain is the signal for our greater good, our health, our intuition, and our purpose here. Many people view physical and emotional pain as something utterly unavoidable — a necessary evil to accept while we are alive on this planet. My own personal experiences, and those of my clients over the last 8 years tell me differently, though: there is always a solution to overcome the pain — always — but only if we actually are brave and insightful enough to admit to the pain and work to change it.

How many times have we been in a difficult or devastating situation, only to tell our closest friends and family to garner support, and be told “it’s not that bad”, “some people have it worse”, “I have problems too, you know”, “you should be thankful”, “just get over it”. If you have been through painful experiences, or if you suffer from health complications, you can’t just “get over it” or ignore the pain because it will keep persisting and make you miserable. But this reality doesn’t stop others from trying to talk us out of it, or from talking ourselves out of the pain: “I should just move on”, “I feel guilty for feeling bad about this”, “It’s just genetic, there is nothing I can do to improve it”. After hearing these things for years or decades, we can begin to believe it ourselves: “Maybe they’re right; maybe I should stop trying to change it.” And that is how the signal towards becoming healthy and intuitive gets weaker and weaker. We doubt ourselves and our truth and stop trying to make things better. 

We must learn to honor the pain. This doesn’t mean we have to dwell on it forever. You deserve a healing process in which you own the pain and begin processing it. You can no longer deny how much pain you are in, where you are in pain, how long you have been in pain, or when the pain began. It means you must recognize these things honestly and then, begin reversing it. This can include literal physical pain such as headaches, joint pain, back problems, digestive troubles, hormonal imbalances, and so on, or an emotional pain such as anger, frustration, shame, and guilt. The goal is to trace the pain back to where it first began and restructure it. And sometimes the pain goes back to far that you will find it didn’t originate in this life.

Sure, maybe the physical pain stems from a car accident or other injury you vividly remember. In this case, begin forgiving the situation and all parties involved — including yourself. Work at this until there is no longer an emotional charge. You would also want to start pursuing alternative therapies that can help relieve the actual physical pain. If the pain is purely emotional, trace it back to the time it first began (for example, the way your mother treated you as a child).

But what if you can’t trace it back to any of your experiences in this lifetime? What if the pain you are in makes absolutely no sense based on your life experiences? What if the pain connects to something beyond this existence? What if there really is life or energy after death and what if we keep coming back to learn the lessons we put off previously — in order to finally stop the pain, yet no one told you to do this? What if some people are able to read your past incarnations to help you find ultimate healing? What if you can truly connect the dots of your soul, not just your life? This is the unraveling I have witnessed but kept silent about until now. 

I have held off on the topic of past lives because I see how it incites or excludes people. People want proof, not causal association and intuitive insight. You can’t believe in both science and “unproven” spirituality, can you? Aren’t they at oppositional odds? If you posses beliefs science cannot yet prove, aren’t you mentally insane? I do not believe so. I see that there is plenty of room for both and the time we are coming into requires a balancing of the masculine (solid proof) and feminine (intuitive insights). They can work together to better humanity, not divide it. I don’t have all the answers, but I have enough and I have seen people heal in ways they previously could not once they acknowledge these things. 

I see that many prefer the ritualistic comfort of religious dogma or popular science over queries and open-ended questions. It is hard to admit we don’t have all the answers, but only bits, pieces, and questions. It is hard to only have a few pieces of what is real, while waiting for the rest of the story to present itself. Although the idea of past lives is rather ancient, in order to entertain the idea of reincarnation, you must have an open mind and sometimes, because of our modern climate, those are hard to come by.

In sharing this information, I know full well what I risk and I have tried to suppress this so I do not offend or alienate anyone and so that the healing work I have done over the last eight years (including helping people with serious illnesses go into remission with natural tools) will not be maligned or in vain. When people don’t understand your message, they defame you, and I know this intimately (remember the three stages truth has to go through before it is accepted as fact). In the past it broke me because it prevented me from helping more people (the ultimate blow to a healer). However, I see how many people could be helped with these truths and suppressing this information will only prevent healing, no matter what is done to me or said about me. I believe information should be shared freely because without it, we don’t learn and grow and become better. What good is it for me to protect myself against the reactionary cognitive dissonance of the group if this information can help the few?

Please know, I never want to tell you what to believe — only to provide inspiration to consider for yourself. You are your own guru, now and always. And so, by taking a stand and saying past lives are real, I am choosing a side which will make some people feel “wrong” or uncomfortable. It will clash with existing belief systems, and it will generate cognitive dissonance that could offend. I feel I have to tell these stories anyway because I have seen it is real firsthand and because I have had supernatural experiences that confirm it as a result. You can take it seriously and understand I am telling the truth, perhaps at my own detriment, or you can believe this to be made-up “woo”. The choice is yours. If it offends you, it is okay to leave, unfollow, unsubscribe. If it interests you, stay tuned for much more fascinating information. I didn’t ever consider this could be true, or want it to be. But I got pushed down the rabbit hole without my permission and I have come back up for air, ready to tell the stories. I consider this information sacred and holy and I am stepping out in a huge leap of faith sharing it with you. Please be gentle. 

In order to understand your soul’s blueprint and therefore karma, identify overarching themes that keep presenting themselves in this lifetime. Themes, patterns, and oddities help us see the soul’s blueprint even when our vision is clouded by the present circumstances.

Let me give you a lengthy example. 

I have a degree in Education and so, years ago, I cared for a disabled man as a day job. Alexander (name changed, of course) was a 20-something who had been born with a congenital condition that left him without hands and feet but able to move himself about in an electric wheelchair with the ⅔ of upper arm he did have. I worked with him intensively all day, and some overnights, for months, attending to his every need — both physically and emotionally. He needed help going to the bathroom, getting dressed, eating, but he also needed someone to talk to. I felt our souls were meant to meet in this life because he needed serious help overcoming his karma, as did I. As I became closer with Alexander and his family, themes started presenting themselves and I saw this wasn’t just about acting as a caregiver and getting paid. It was about helping Alexander to become independent, make decisions for himself, and stand up to the family members who were abusing him and keeping him small, just because he had a disability and because they viewed him as an imbecile. In fact, we had all known each other before and while the roles were slightly different in this go round, we all needed to learn to break the pain cycles.

Alexander’s family had never allowed him to individuate/self-actualize (that is, become his true self), and used him as a wedge between two very unhappily married parents, a distraction and scapegoat if you will, from larger family dynamics no one wanted to talk about. They treated Alexander like an inconvenience and a puppy dog. They said come and he came. They said eat and he ate. If he didn’t, he was yelled and screamed at and called stupid. He already felt inadequate and dumb because of the birth defects so the family triggered this core wound any time he didn’t blindly obey. Every day like clockwork, I watched as his mother gave directives and he followed. Alexander had full mental capacity, albeit short term memory problems and OCD, but I knew he was capable of making adult decisions — he had simply never been allowed to though he desperately wanted to and thus turned to me for “spiritual advice” as he called it. (I didn’t tell him I was an intuitive until my last day there).


A card Alexander had his mother write to me. I kept it because it means a lot that he recognized what I was doing even though I didn’t tell him the details. 

I could see how his disability in this lifetime had helped create the family dynamic in which the parents avoided each other through control of Alexander. After all, he was wheelchair bound for life and could meet very few of his own needs so his parents would be “on call” forever — frustrating and taxing for any person. However, I could also see that this family had brought their karmic lessons into this lifetime and because of the immense pain involved, were very opposed to working through them. By allowing Alexander freedom to control his own life, his parents would become aware of the reality of their marriage and be forced to see their unhappy relationship for what it really was. His mother would discover how lonely she was (though she readily admitted this to me in conversations anyway), and his father would have to relinquish the stoic facade and get in touch with his real emotions. They would also have to admit to the unhealthy pattern in which they treated Alexander like he was a a piece of glass that could shatter or die at any given minute. Because of these things, Alexander would face serious punishment if he chose to act on his own accord.

I gently gave Alexander advice, asked him questions to lead him to his higher truths, engaged him in new activities he enjoyed, took him on social outings to meet people, brought him to restaurants to try new foods, read him books he actually found an interest in, encouraged him to practice public speaking (because I knew he had an amazing and inspiring story to tell) and made suggestions to his parents about things I thought would benefit him. Because I did this gradually and gently and because I made sure everything was in line with their Catholic faith, I partly succeeded, though I walked a fine line and constantly downplayed how much I was helping Alexander develop as a person. His parents had huge energetic boundaries up regarding anything new, non-traditional, or based on self-help principles. The Catholic church was the be-all-end-all in life. 

Their house was more like a castle and monastery, covered in elegant stained glass, heavy and ominous doors, stone walls and arches, with a huge gate and courtyard, decorated in hundreds of images of angels and crosses, complete with a chapel upstairs. Purple and royal blue were favorite colors for everything. Wine bottles and grape decorations draped the windows. Despite the Tuscan castle-meets-church theme, the home had odd additions of Native American bowls, dream catchers, vases, and paintings.  1600s Italy and 1700/1800s pueblo Americana — an odd combination to say the least. It’s not that it didn’t look nice, it’s that these two very distinct and seemingly unrelated styles stood out and didn’t make sense together. Did they know why they had decorated their home like this or identified with those time periods?

Though the family was Caucasian in this lifetime, Alexander’s grandmother consistently sent him little tchotchkes and tokens that were Native American themed. And the family was obsessed with the military and showing respect and reverence for the government and Catholic church. The father had even gone to seminary to become a priest before instead deciding to marry and become a craftsman in traditional Italian arts. In Alexander’s bedroom were pictures of popes and saints. 

One day, things came to a head. The day prior, caseworkers from the agency Alexander received disability benefits came visit to instate services for the new quarter. His mother asked me to sit with them and feed him while they all spoke. One caseworker offered a series of music or art classes that were proven to be therapeutic and said Alexander had the option to participate in these should he be interested. His mother said nothing (and despite being a capable adult, Alexander always deferred to his mother so he remained silent) and the caseworkers continued on. I was very surprised that Alexander nor his mother had seemed interested in such (free) services because I had intuited in my work with him that he was very bored and lonely: “I gotta get out of this house; I gotta stop driving in circles; let’s go find people to talk to” he would tell everyone. I thought engaging him in new activities with new people — especially something that would act as therapy to help him process his pent-up emotions — was an idea we would all deem valuable.

The next day when we were alone, I asked Alexander if he would be interested in those services and he emphatically said yes. I told him we should call the caseworker to get information that we could then present to his mom so she could make the decision (because no decisions were made without her knowledge and approval). After he and I called the agency to get information, Alexander began having a full-blown panic attack. He started hyperventilating and reciting The Lord’s Prayer over and over again for 45 minutes. Nothing I said would talk him down. He realized he was terrified of what his mother would say once we told her we called and gotten information “behind her back”. He was petrified of having made a decision for himself. And he was right to react in such a way because she did get upset. I tried to remain calm and composed, and I did, while we all went deep into our core wounds and life lessons. I knew encouraging him to make a decision for himself was good for him, and I felt we did this in a small and appropriate way, but it didn’t stop them both from totally losing it because they were facing age old soul patterns that had never been broken. She controlled and he was to obey, and I was to remain quiet. 

I also intuited that Alexander’s congenital birth defects, while having a legitimate origin in this lifetime (his mother once told me she believed it was from exposure to certain chemicals while she was pregnant and in the military) did follow them from a past life. Understanding your soul’s blueprint across all of your lifetimes is sometimes very obvious based on what you like, what you wear, the colors you are drawn to, how you decorate your home, your interests and talents, your job, your health problems, and your fears. It’s simply a long trail backwards of cause and effect. Your health now is no mistake. What led up to it is what we need to uncover in order to allow you to heal. 

Their patterns of behavior and interests had given me intuitive insights that they were a royal Italian military family in one lifetime, as well as a Native American family in another. In the Italian lifetime, I had been a servant in their home. In the Native American lifetime, I had been part of a neighboring tribe. In one more recent lifetime, I believe Alexander and I had been slaves in Louisiana together and I planted seeds of freedom in his mind, while his mother in this lifetime was a male slave owner from that lifetime working to keep him imprisoned. The pattern kept presenting itself, only in different scenarios. In each lifetime, there was war-like tension and in the Italian and Native American lifetimes, Alexander had lost his limbs in battle because he was headstrong and did not heed his parents warnings. He had trusted his own timing and died. In this lifetime, his parents did not trust him and treated him like a china doll that could easily break. The karmic cycle followed them physically and emotionally. He needed freedom and trust but was not able to get it because of their subconscious memories. 

In this case, they were not able to flip the karma in order to resolve the wound and complete the lesson. After the blow-up, Alexander apologized, downplayed his needs (“Sorry mom, I’m just tired. I don’t know what I was thinking”), and his mom shamed and chastised him for even trying to get into art/music therapy. While the subconscious fears of Alexander not knowing what was best for himself and the possibility of him being maimed or dying had legitimate past life ties, they couldn’t see that in the present lifetime, his chances of dying or being wounded were very slim because he was constantly being taken care of by a team of trained professionals. They couldn’t see that him taking ownership over his life and working through his problems was a positive thing — they would have less work to do and he would finally be happy! In this lifetime, he had been born without limbs so there was no chance of losing them.

Personally, I knew this was the final straw for me in the situation because no amount of karmic work I did with this family would get better after this huge blow up. I had tried so many times before and they resisted or only partially gave in. I felt I was living a lie and under constant stress in fear of losing my job simply for aiding Alexander in his personal development. That day, they continued to resist and actually got angry with me for making a suggestion. Sometimes people are incapable of learning the lessons because the pain is too great. It doesn’t mean we shouldn’t “flip the script” as I say, but it does mean we need to respect their soul’s boundaries (except when you are being abused). I could have remained silent and bowed to their egos but I chose to act and speak, which was part of my fifth chakra lesson. After this, I trusted my intuition that my time with them was done. I had fulfilled my karmic duty, now it was up to them to admit to the pain and change it. But unlike previous lifetimes where I left in anger, frustration, or in secret, I learned how to become friends with these people and show them love in spite of their pain and in spite of my own.

To uncover your soul’s blueprint, identify:

  • Colors you like and the meaning behind them
  • Patterns you like and where the originate
  • The way you dress (aversions or preferences)
  • The way people instinctively treat you
  • The way you decorate your home and the places or time periods associated
  • Your profession
  • Your hobbies and interests (sports, books, games, television genres, outdoor activities, creative arts, volunteering)
  • Countries and cities you feel drawn to
  • Music you enjoy
  • Things that irritate you
  • History you enjoy reading about
  • Your health problems and their subconscious meanings
  • Relationship tensions
  • Energetic boundaries within yourself and those around you
  • Circumstantial patterns that keep presenting themselves to you
  • Roles you seem to fall into (ex: the motherly type, the leader, the follower, etc)

Who you are is already right in front of you. Deconstruct yourself and it all becomes more clear. Connect the dots back to the time the pain first began. You may be surprised what comes up. 

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Empath sabotage type 5: the need for approval

If you’ve read my other four posts on this topic, you know Empaths are often sabotaged in their personal growth by common fallacies and tactics that leave them feeling stressed: energetic starvation, confusion, amnesia, and left-brained logic.

From a young age, empaths and highly sensitive people are taught how to be in order to make others more comfortable. When left to their own devices, empaths are true change-makers and truth-tellers/seers and this threatens the status quo; it would uproot all systems of control. Chances are you have had to become a “palatable” version of what makes life easier for those around you, rather than being encouraged to pursue yourself and your interests or talents at all costs (ie: self-actualization). This isn’t fair and it ends up holding you back and keeping you sick and stressed in the long run. You are here to self-actualize. 

This next form of empathic sabotage is a big one too, because it starts early and often follows us our whole lives: the need for approval

Empaths have a rich, complex inner life that they don’t often communicate (or know how to). We put up, shut up, and play the part to avoid being targeted for being different or singled out, or having a difference of opinion. If we trace this pattern back in time, you will likely find that it originates in childhood (or beyond) because childhood is where you were taught what “acceptable” behavior is and how to get the love, support, and approval you desire from those around you. 

Planet Earth is a place of extreme group think (don’t think so? Try self-actualizing and see what ensues). It feels very scary for an individual to venture into uncharted territories — following their heart, mind, and soul rather than the crowd. It’s because we have learned that when we do things on our own, for ourselves, we risk losing the approval we have been conditioned to seek. “What if I trust myself and they reject me?”, “What if I follow my heart and it goes wrong?”, “What if they tell me I am wrong even though they haven’t felt the momentum behind my life experiences and decisions?”, “What if I am too different to be loved?” you may subconsciously think. 

The need for approval from others runs very deep. If we look to ancient religious texts, we can see it transcends time, people, and places, and is ingrained into our every decision (remember my thoughts on The “Eve” wound?). “I have to get their opinion so I know what to do with my life”, “I have to do what is ‘normal'”, “I will be totally alone if I trust myself”, “They will punish me if I don’t do what they want”. This feels scary because humans are mammals that crave commune and connection with others for survival. If we make choices others don’t approve of, we risk losing the community support we need to thrive. It’s the proverbial fork in the road on the path to self-actualization — will you keep playing the part or will you realize their approval is but another control tactic and that you do not need it?

If we look around us at our modern culture, we see the symptoms of the need for approval everywhere: advertisements (buy this so you can fit in and finally be accepted), spend a ton of money on education and training so you can land the dream job and finally have a power status, buy this makeup or clothing so you will be pretty and taken seriously, trust those in authority because they clearly know more than you do, look at this selfie then rate it to tell me how attractive I am, “like” this post on Facebook so I can feel validated, let me listen to this pundit tell me how to interpret this political situation, and on and on. It’s not anyone’s fault — it’s just where we’re at and until we examine and debunk the “approval myth”, we will be slaves to it.

The people who reject you or mock you for going at it differently are only in the group think so they themselves do not have to come to terms with their hidden wounds that leave them seeking approval from others; they too are scared to get out of the system. 

Here’s the truth: as an empath, you are an old soul. You carry memories and wisdom with you that others do not. You see through facades, you desire depth and progress, you want to change systems that are bad for people, and you are holding yourself back because “what if I get too big”? The need for approval is not only about feeling you are somehow inadequate or feeling ashamed for not being able to force yourself into group think — it is also about what is on the other side of the need for approval — your big, beautiful, badass self. You see, when you self-actualize, you scare those who have not and there could be punishment or spiritual warfare on the horizon as a result (aka: “what will they say if I am magnificent? That I am full of myself or lack empathy?”).

Keep this in mind: you are not broken and you do not need the approval of others to complete or guide you in life. You already have everything you need. It is simply hidden under layers of trauma. You are not broken or somehow lacking. It takes a while to convince yourself of this, but trust me, you can get there and you can see it for yourself. 

Owning up to our core wounds and life lessons is one way to finally break through the need for approval into radical self-acceptance. Until you unravel and deconstruct what has happened to you and why you choose what you do now, you will keep repeating the cycle. Truly, it requires putting your foot down and saying “no more”. Breaking the karma teaches you how to be perfectly still, present, and accepting of yourself. But there are more…

Ways to overcome the need for approval:

  • identify your core wounds and life lessons (I do this in Energy Readings)
  • activate your second and fifth chakras (your sex organs carry trauma from the need for approval, as well as your throat area for fear of saying something “wrong”)
  • choose yourself and pursue what you want in life
  • re-frame your thoughts to see that following your own path is what you are here to do, and anyone who does not do this is simply scared — the crowd doesn’t have the right answers, they are just terrified of being alone
  • identify and break external validation methods, such as getting stressed over your appearance, physical possessions, etc. 
  • stop identifying with your “role” (your job, your family position, the false personality you have adopted)
  • do not buy into punishment systems
  • fight back when necessary and force oppressors to see there is another side to your story
  • let go of toxic people who lack empathy and dismiss diversity
  • accept your greatness without guilt, shame, or minimizing

Remember, it was never about you — it is about a cycle that has yet to be shattered. Recognize it then shatter it into a million pieces.

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