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September 2016

 

 

A Note From Nirvair

 

Sat Nam,

 

Greetings from New Mexico!

Yogi Bhajan
Sat Siri Kaur

We just completed our 2016 Level One Teacher Training Immersion course in Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan® in New Mexico, USA. What a wonderful course and great group of trainers! Our Lead Trainer Sat Siri Kaur was exceptional, bringing light and fresh energy to everything she touches. The experience the students and teachers had was almost beyond words to describe. The deep bonds that this international group of students created with each other and the profound inspiration, in action, of Yogi Bhajan’s teachings was awesome. Give yourself the gift of joy and join us for this course in 2017. Become a teacher and serve your world. It is a rich and deep experience.

Fall is school time in the northern hemisphere. Many Teacher Trainings in Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan® also start this time of year. You can sign up for Teacher Training almost anywhere in the world and learn the technology of Kundalini Yoga, meditation, and lifestyle. We have trainings in over 50 countries and our community of teachers is growing.

The core of all our Level One KRI Certified Trainings is that the students have an inspiring experience that prepares them to teach and serve in the Aquarian Age. No matter where you train, you will find a consistent quality of expertise, love, care, and attention. Yogi Bhajan’s impact on the world has been truly amazing! Here is an index of Trainers and trainings around the world.  Or you can use our Teacher Training Application for iOS Mobile devices.

Almost every day I search and get deeply immersed in the Yogi Bhajan Library of Teachings® or read in our great KRI manuals. What amazing resources! Every month, in this newsletter, I will share some technology and insight with you that has inspired me. This month, Yogi Bhajan talks about a meditation recipe for success in the Aquarian Age. This comes from a 1987 Man to Man course.

Sat Nam means, “Your identity is true.” Naam means identity. Naam is the known name of a person, place, or thing. Sat Nam means your identity is true. It is five sounds, Sa-Ta-Na-Ma. Wahe Guru is a Trikurti Mantra. It's a mantra of the Ajana command center (the third-eye) and it has three sounds. Wa-he Guru. Wa-he Guru. People do not know how to pronounce it sometimes - it is not Wah-guru. It is Wa-he Guru. When you do the japa (chanting), that's how you do it. Wa-he Guru. That chanting is no japa if you cannot hear it. You have to hear your japa. Wa-he Guru, Wa-he Guru.

Put your hands like this (Yogi Bhajan covers his ears with his whole hands) and chant, Wa-he Guru, Wa-he Guru, Wa-he Guru.

You can hear that note exactly. When you chant Wa-he Guru, you should be in a position to hear it. Otherwise it is not japa. A man who cannot hear his own words is useless, hopeless, worthless, insane, neurotic, and just a low-grade mammal. So, let me give you the definition of that in straight sweeping words. Man must be in a position to hear his own words.

Student: You are saying that, when we use mantra when we meditate, we should hear it?

Yogi Bhajan: Speak it and hear it at the same. You must hear your own sound of the mantra. That will purify you.

Student: Sir, when we do the Tratakum Meditation with your picture, should we be looking at your third eye?

Yogi Bhajan: No, no it is all written there, I am not going to tell you anything. This meditation comes with full instructions. (You can find those instructions in a free PDF download on the KRI site here.)
I know people who have done it and I know how successful they are.

Student: We don’t….

Yogi Bhajan: It is all in those instructions. Neither left not right – it is all written.

We are preparing people to enter the Age of Aquarius peacefully and righteously by giving them eleven minutes each of the meditations - Sa Ta Na Ma (Kirtan Kriya), Sat Kriya, and Sodarshan Chakra Kriya. Thirty-three minutes in the morning and thirty-three minutes in the evening will open up the chakras (energy centers), it will balance your tattvas (qualities of matter), and it will give you power in your own being. Kirtan Kriya balances the tattvas. Sat Kriya energize the tattvas. Sodarshan Chakra Kriya opens up the chakras in absolute balance, so you are never going to be in trouble. Have a nice wonderful day, and now we have to go to do something else, and this concludes the session with me. Thank you very much, God bless you.


KRI has a lot of resources for student and teachers. The book “Man to Man” has the lectures from these courses. Visit our on line store, “The Source” for this book and other great books and manuals in Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan® .

All the best with many blessings,

Nirvair Singh Khalsa
Nirvair Singh
 



Nirvair Singh Khalsa

CEO KRI

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We Are KRI – The Gifts of the Master


Summer Events

Sat Nam. We have just celebrated the anniversary of the birth of our Spiritual Teacher, Yogi Bhajan. This is always a time to reflect, both individually and as the members of the Aquarian Trainer Academy, on the gifts that Yogi Bhajan gave us. He gave us the gift of Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan®, he gave us the gift of Raj Yoga and protection of Guru Ram Das, he gave us the gift of discipline and Sadhana, he taught us to bow.

He also gave us the gift of our three level Teacher Training Program. I want to share a few behind the scene stories of how The Aquarian Teacher came into being.

In April of 1996 in Los Angeles, during a lunch meeting at Khalsa Council, Yogi Bhajan sat with a group of teachers from around the world that he had gathered to standardize teacher training. This group was composed of Kundalini Yoga Teachers (for there were not yet Trainers) from the Europe, Mexico, China, Canada, the United States, and South America. The task of creating a unified Teacher Training Program was daunting. As you can imagine, each of us thought we had the best model and there were some very heated debates going on. Yogi Bhajan asked us to meet him for lunch and here are some of his words:


“You have two choices: either condemn yourselves now or make the environments to live forever. A standardized program cannot be given to personality. It has to be neutral. Make a bondage with God and it has to be produced!”

“The days when we said, ‘Go out to so-and-so place and teach’ are over. We must have a standardized course for the common man. It must be able to stand in the court of law and be a professional course. It should include chakras, biology, kinesiology, meridians, anatomy, and all of this stuff which doesn't really mean a thing, but must be there.”

“We must produce teachers who can teach. Start with a course, but one that can be reasonably completed. It shouldn't go on for years and years! The time-frame doesn't matter, but it shouldn’t be too long nor too short. Long enough for them to be capable. There must be a written exam. Record the students' progress, and have them take a written test. Keep files on the students, have graduations, etc.”

“There should be three degree levels: Instructor, Practitioner, and Teacher. We must create an authentic, reliable course. We must produce an undying Truth for the future. We are the pioneers.”

And how did we get the name “The Aquarian Teacher?” On July 13, 2000, Yogi Bhajan taught “The Master’s Touch Meditation.” This is a 2 ½ -hour meditation that created an unbreakable bond between the practitioner and the subtle body of the Master. Yogi Bhajan gave no direction on the number of days for a student to practice, he said you would know when you were done. For Shanti Shanti Kaur and myself that was over 1200 days. The practice of this meditation gave many gifts to each of us and one of those gifts was the name for Teacher Training. One day while meditating, I heard Yogi Bhajan say that the name of Teacher Training needed to be  The Aquarian Teacher. We took the question to Yogi Bhajan and his response was, “Of course, that is the name.“

Hari Charn Kaur
Hari Charn Kaur is the KRI Director of Outreach and is the inspiration behind the Global Trainer’s Forum. She travels frequently to assist teachers and trainers around the world and to bring Kundalini Yoga and Teacher Training to underserved locations.r

 

Blessings to all teachers and trainers of this life-changing Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan. Today we are a global community with a wonderful and powerful standardized Level One, Level Two, and Level Three Teacher Training Program. Do you have a story you would like to share? Please send it to Hari Charn Kaur at hck@kriteachings.org.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Yoga Research

Yoga for Schizophrenia: The Science and Research Evidence

By Nikhil Ramburn and Sat Bir Singh Khalsa, Ph.D.

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Schizophrenia is a severe mental disorder that impacts a person’s cognitive and social abilities. The symptoms may include delusions, hallucinations, lack of motivation, reduction in spontaneous speech, and social withdrawal. The clinical symptoms of schizophrenia often represent typical examples of self-disturbance as patients struggle to recognize themselves as the source of their own thought and actions and are confused about self/non self-boundaries. Individuals suffering from schizophrenia may experience multiple acute episodes throughout their lifetimes and medical morbidity and mortality rates remain elevated in these patients. Naturally, this psychopathological condition greatly decreases an individual’s quality of life and social and occupational functioning, which in turn creates a considerable socioeconomic burden.

While there is no specific known cause of schizophrenia, most psychiatrists agree that it is multi-factorial. Individuals may likely have a genetic predisposition toward the condition, which may be activated by environmental stressors such as perinatal viruses, obstetric complications, and childhood trauma. There may be a neurodevelopmental aspect to schizophrenia, where excessive amounts of dopamine in brain regions such as the hippocampus are believed to play a role in the development of the illness. In addition, patients with schizophrenia frequently have a high baseline level of physiological arousal where the body is chronically agitated and alert. This is often compounded by a suppressed parasympathetic nervous system, which regulates the body’s capacity to calm down. This hyper-responsivity to stress may in turn lead to chronic activation of the body’s stress-response system including the autonomic system (sympathetic and parasympathetic) and the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis and contribute to prolonged mental and physical distress. Unfortunately, stress is both a trigger and by-product of schizophrenic episodes. Other lifestyle risk factors include the lack of physical activity and a fast and shallow breathing pattern, which can exacerbate the stress reactivity.

Conventional treatment for schizophrenia primarily includes pharmacotherapy and psychotherapy. While antipsychotic medication has greatly reduced morbidity and mortality, it comes at the cost of severe side effects, as most patients need long-term treatment. Therefore, complementary and integrative medicine (CIM) are extensively sought after with 63% of psychiatric patients using CIM therapies including yoga especially in depression and anxiety disorders. Indeed, several of the disease factors can be addressed by a therapeutic yoga intervention. Influential models of schizophrenia suggest that a disturbed sense of self (the inability to distinguish self from non-self) is a core component of the illness. Studies in healthy individuals indicate yoga practices may improve self-reflection through highly focused attention, sustained posture, breath regulation, and meditation techniques. Indeed, to distinguish the conscious self who is the agent (purusha) from that which can be objectified and is the content of experience (prakrti) determines the integration of the self in yogic philosophy.

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In addition, biomedical models provide further rationale for therapeutic yoga interventions. Yoga could enhance quality-of-life in schizophrenia patients by improving social cognition and empathy through the reinforcement of the premotor and parietal mirror neuron system. This neuron system is activated both by acting or observing the same action by another person. Yoga classes facilitate this process by teaching coordinated physical postures through imitation. Oxytocin, a hormone involved in social bonding is also produced in the experience of enhanced social connectivity of yoga classes, leading to better social cognition and improved social outcomes. Exercise has likewise proven beneficial for patients with schizophrenia, yielding improvements in clinical symptoms, quality of life, and global functioning. In addition to the benefits of conventional exercise, yoga may also have a positive effect on cognition, which particularly highlights the therapeutic potential of yoga in conditions like schizophrenia. This is particularly relevant for traditional styles of yoga that incorporate meditation, which may help in strengthening the lateral and medial pre-frontal brain networks. Finally, the stress reduction benefits of yoga and meditation in normalizing the function of the HPA axis and increasing parasympathetic activation are well-known.

While prior systematic reviews have suggested the efficacy of yoga in relieving schizophrenia symptoms, the first meta-analysis was published by Cramer et al. in 2013 and included five randomized controlled trials RCTs from India, China, the USA, and Belgium with a total of 337 patients. Yoga interventions in these studies included postures/exercises, pranayama, and meditation/mindfulness and were compared either to usual care, exercise, or both. Intervention lengths and intensities varied between a single 30-minute session to 25 45-minute sessions over a period of 1 month followed by 3 months of home-based yoga. This systematic review found moderate evidence for short-term effects of yoga on quality of life scores and effects were present only in studies with high risk of bias, with no evidence for short-term effects. Despite study limitations such as possible bias and small sample size initial results are encouraging and suggest that yoga may be useful in treating clinical symptoms while improving socio-occupational functioning in schizophrenia patients.

The first study to examine the effect of yoga therapy on oxytocin levels in schizophrenia was also published in 2013. This RCT was conducted by Jayaram et al. in the laboratory of Dr. B.N. Gangadhar at the Integrated Centre for Yoga within the prestigious National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences in Bengaluru, India. The study included a total of 43 patients that were maintained on antipsychotic medication and randomly assigned to receive either the yoga intervention or to continue on medication alone. The yoga therapy group showed a significant improvement in socio-occupational functioning, which is consistent with previous findings, but also showed an increase in plasma oxytocin levels. Apart from the increased social interaction of yoga classes, yoga may modulate oxytocin synthesis by increasing the activity of the vagal nerve, highlighting its potential efficacy as an adjunct treatment for schizophrenia.

In summary, studies to date have demonstrated the moderate short-term efficacy of yoga to improve clinical symptoms of schizophrenia while providing socio-cognitive benefits. This is a cost-effective and empowering practice that allows a patient to recognize that behavioral skills such as deep breathing and meditation can alleviate emotional and psychological distress. However, given the fact that this is a new field of clinical investigation, the results must be considered as preliminary in nature, and further evidence is required before recommending yoga as a routine intervention for schizophrenia patients. Current ongoing research at a large academic center in New Delhi, India is using a 3-armed RCT to examine the effectiveness of yoga supplementation as compared to physical exercise and conventional treatment to evaluate cognitive state, overall function, and symptom severity. It is likely that new publications will appear regularly from recently completed clinical trials in this growing field of research.
 

 

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Nikhil Rayburn grew up practicing yoga under mango trees in the tropics. He is a certified Kundalini Yoga teacher and has taught yoga to children and adults in Vermont, New Mexico, Connecticut, India, France, and Mauritius. He is a regular contributor to the Kundalini Research Institute newsletter and explores current yoga research.
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Sat Bir Singh Khalsa, Ph.D. is the KRI Director of Research, Research Director for the Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health, and Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. He has practiced a Kundalini Yoga lifestyle since 1973 and is a KRI certified Kundalini Yoga instructor. He has conducted research on yoga for insomnia, stress, anxiety disorders, and yoga in public schools, he is editor in chief of the International Journal of Yoga Therapy and The Principles and Practice of Yoga in Health Care and author of the Harvard Medical School ebook Your Brain on Yoga.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Important Yogic Research from KRI


KRI promotes scientific research related to yoga, providing support for Yoga Instructors bringing Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan® to health therapies and institutional settings. We invite you to explore our database of publications on our website:

Requests for re-publication and sharing this information are welcome and can be directed to Shanti@kriteachings.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sat Nam from The Yogi Bhajan Library of Teachings®

 
Yogi Bhajan

Thank you to all of you who contributed to our new The Yogi Bhajan Library of Teachings® Endowment Fund! We spent the 11 days leading up to Yogi Bhajan’s birthday in August focusing on ways in which we can secure the future of this incredible resource and ensure that access to the Library of Teachings will remain free to all. Thank you so much to all of our supporters who make this work of preserving all of Yogi Bhajan’s teachings in one online resource possible. We are so honored by the outpouring of support for our new Endowment Fund. If you want to learn more about how you can contribute, or be part of it, be sure to contact us.

September is a month of heading back to school, whether you are a student yourself or you have children heading back to school, we are all students in some form even if do not sit in a classroom anymore. It’s the season of getting focused and digging in to the next year of learning. Yogi Bhajan talked extensively about the role of a ’good student’ over the years. In this early lecture in October of 1974 he said:

“It is not the matter how intelligent you are; it does matter how intelligently you can keep up. It doesn't matter how much truth you know; it does matter how much you can live the truth. It doesn't matter how good a student you are; it does matter how in goodness you believe to be a student. It is that belief in you about yourself that you are going to be a good student. It doesn't matter what you achieve, it matters how much you can keep up. The constant continuity of the flow of devotion can even bring God in motion” Yogi Bhajan” © The Teachings of Yogi Bhajan, October 17, 1974

Read or listen to the entire lecture to hear more. This lecture is full of wonderful gems and as always speaks to many more topics than just this one.

 

 

We are honored to have so many of you supporting this work of keeping these teachings available to all... for free! Your donations support and prayers are greatly appreciated! And as always, we would love to hear from you. Please let us know if we can be of service to you in anyway.

 

SSK
Shabd Simran Kaur Adeniji was blessed to be raised in the 3HO community. Originally from Oregon, she attended school in India from the age of 6 years old. Her professional background lies in woman's health and community building, spending many years abroad as a midwife. She is a Conscious Pregnancy Instructor and has a deep love for Yogi Bhajan's teachings. She integrates these precious teachings in her work as a midwife and educator. Today Shabd Simran serves the Yogi Bhajan Library of Teachings® and is a tireless advocate for the Endowment Fund.

 

In Gratitude,

Shabd Simran Kaur Adeniji, Fundraising Coordina
The Yogi Bhajan Library of Teachings®
Kundalini Research Institute
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Raj Khalsa Yatra

Raj Khalsa Yatra – A Spiritual Journey to India
December 29, 2016 – January 8, 2017

 

 

Sikh Dharma International invites you to join your Dharmic family on a spiritual journey to celebrate the 350th birthday of the 10th Sikh Guru – Guru Gobind Singh. This trip will be a rare opportunity to experience a major celebration in India with others from 3HO and Sikh Dharma. Click here to learn more about this great trip to India.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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New from KRI:

From Vegetables With Love

 

From Vegetables, With Love
Recipes & Tales from a Yogi’s Kitchen
Completely rewritten and expanded second edition from Siri-Ved Kaur Khalsa

In this completely rewritten and expanded edition of From Vegetables with Love, you will find over 300 mouthwatering recipes and a wealth of information about the yogic approach to food and diet, including the healing properties of natural foods and herbs, helpful “yogic kitchen tips”, and stories from Siri Ved’s years serving as Yogi Bhajan’s personal chef.

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A Taste of IndiaA Taste of India
Bibiji Inderjit Kaur Khalsa, PhD

*Secrets from the Ancient Ayurvedic Science of Life
*An Indian Cookbook for the Health-Conscious Gourmet
*Over 180 delectable kitchen tested recipes
*Complete Instructions for serving an authentic Indian meal

Recipes to uplift the soul and open the heart, Bibiji’s cooking philosophy is that the love you put into the food you make is the purest nourishment of all. In A Taste of India, you will discover tips for preparing food at home that fulfills the palate and brings your healing touch into your food and your home.

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Foods For Health and HealingFoods for Health & Healing
Remedies & Recipes
Based on The Teachings of Yogi Bhajan, PhD

This unique book contains a wealth of knowledge on food and health. Yogi Bhajan combines ancient Indian medical teachings with his own practical experience as a master of the healing arts and a master chef. What to eat, when to eat it, how to eat it, and why to eat it-plus simple, sensible guidelines for how to prepare, serve, and digest the food you eat. Whether you’re trying to be healthy or stay healthy, this book will prove to be an invaluable companion.

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The Kundalini Yoga with the Master DVD SeriesThe Kundalini Yoga with the Master DVD Series
The Kundalini Yoga with the Master DVD Series is your chance to practice a demanding physical kriya with Yogi Bhajan. The all new picture-in-picture guide shows the proper posture and timing while you are challenged to "Keep Up!" by the Master himself.

Volume 1: Energize Your System
Featured in Owner’s Manual for the Human Body

Among other benefits, this kriya contains exercises to:
- energize the heart chakra and stomach
- give power to the immune system
- adjust the spine
- cleanse the liver and purify the blood

Volume 2: Balance the Vayus
Featured in Owner’s Manual for the Human Body

There are five principal Vayus: Praana moving in the heart area; Udaana in the throat; Samaana in the navel region; Apaana in the pelvic floor; and Vyaana which circulates throughout the whole body. This set moves all five Vayus of the body and brings equilibrium to the glandular system.

Volume 3: For Mental Balance
Featured in Owner’s Manual for the Human Body

Concludes with Yogi Bhajan playing the gong while you nap. Yogi Bhajan said that by regularly practicing the first and second exercise in this kriya for three minutes each and then repeating frog pose 108 times you can achieve physical and mental health.

Volume 4: Optimum Health
Featured in Owner’s Manual for the Human Body

Refine your radiance with Optimum Health. This physically demanding set is balanced with great moments of relaxation including an 11 minute nap to Guru Ram Das Lullybye and a gong meditation.

Volume 5: Automatic Endurance
featured in the manual Owner's Manual for the Human Body


Let this DVD show you:
- Conscious breath for total self-purification
- The Power of baby pose
- How to develop tolerance, grit and nerves of steel

Volume 6: Wake Up the Body to Handle Stress and Strain
Featured in the manual Owner's Manual for the Human Body


This video contains ideal exercises to do in bed or just out of bed first thing in the morning!

Volume 7: Yogic Salutations
Featured in the manual Self Knowledge


This kriya incorporates a variety of salutations including:
- Narda Pranaam
- Hans Pranaam
- Guru Pranaam

Volume 8: Massage for the Lymphatic System
Featured in the manual Physical Wisdom


Stimulating eliminative movement in the lymphatic system is essential to a strong body and healthy immune system. Give your lymphatic system a massage with this original kriya taught by Yogi Bhajan!

All DVDs in this series:
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Or get the entire set for the everyday low “set price” of $119.70 (25% off full retail)

 

 

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KRI Recipe of the Month for September 2016

 

 

Excerpt from:

From Vegetables, With Love: Recipes and Tales from a Yogi’s Kitchen (Revised and Expanded New Edition).
Siri-Ved Kaur Khalsa

quinoa

Tamaatar Raita
Yogurt & Tomato Salad
Yield: 6 servings

2–3 Roma tomatoes
1½ cups plain yogurt
½ cucumber
4 green onions, minced
¼ teaspoon cayenne
¼ teaspoon pepper
1 teaspoon ground coriander
½ teaspoon salt
¼ cup minced parsley
2 tablespoons minced fresh mint leaves

Blanch tomatoes in boiling water for 1 minute. Remove
skins. Cut in half, scoop out seeds (discard), and finely
dice. Peel cucumber. Slice in half lengthwise and
scoop out seeds (discard), and finely dice. Combine all
ingredients. Let sit for 1 hour and serve.

Plain and Simple Raita
Yogurt Dill Salad
Yield: 4 servings

2 cups plain yogurt
½ teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon dill weed
2–4 green onions, minced
¼ teaspoon pepper
¼ teaspoon paprika or cayenne
2 tablespoons milk
½ cup crispy brown rice cereal
Combine all ingredients. Let sit for an hour or so
before serving.

About Raita

Raita (“RYE-tah) is a yogurt side dish, usually flavored with salt (or black salt) and various combinations of chopped vegetables, parsley, cilantro, and spices. A most basic raita would be yogurt mixed with salt, a little toasted cumin, and minced green onions or fresh dill. Customarily served as part of a spicy Indian meal, a serving of raita helps soothe the stomach and cool the palate. For very best flavor and loving vibes make your raita with homemade yogurt (see How to Make Your Own Yogurt on page 90). For lighter results, dilute with water as desired.

Excerpt From: Khalsa, Siri-Ved Kaur. “From Vegetables, With Love: Recipes and Tales from a Yogi’s Kitchen (Revised and Expanded New Edition).”


 

 


 

 

 

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