Being authentic is the most loving thing you can do, so why are we so bad at it?

Being authentic is the most loving thing you can do, so why are we so bad at it?

LIving in your truth is less about making shit happen and more about letting shit go.

Over the summer I was wrestling around with a profound contraction cycle. I kept hearing an inner voice that said “Stop! Take a break. Stop DOING for a while, and just BE.”

My mind was like, “No! That’s craziness. We need to keep up the pace. You are already like five years behind.”

Thankfully I’m familiar with the inner guidance and intuitive nudges that often don’t make sense and I trust them more than my head, so I surrendered — “Okay, I trust something will come through if I let go for a while.” And it did.

After three months of forgetting about trying TO DO MORE, (I only worked with one-on-one clients, and I binge watched The Black List and The News Room) I was able to ground into more of my own authentic Truth that often gets drowned out by the noise and messages we are bombarded with every day.

I had gotten in my own way, lost in the fray of everything that is “internet marketing”, and trying to be “successful”, and I was feeling resistance to making other people’s “business models” and comfort zones fit into my Truth.

The a-ha moment was: I didn’t want to be popular, I wanted to teach, and tell the truth, and share my insight, and be a relatable, accessible, human being, without all the selfies. Puh-leeze!

I’m not an online personality. I’m a teacher.

I’m not a green smoothie drinking yogi. I’m a meat eating bodybuilder.

I’m not shy and soft. I’m emphatic and effervescent.

I’m not going to be politically correct or tow a spiritual line, I’m going to tell the Whole. Damn. Truth. while deconstructing concepts so they are practical and implementable.

One of the quotes that were circulating through my mind at this time was from Eat Pray Love, by Liz Gilbert: “But at some point you have to make peace with what you were given, and if God wanted me to be a shy girl with thin, dark hair, he would have made me that way, but He didn’t. Useful, then, might be to accept how I was made and embody myself fully therein.”

The truth about being authentic and living in integrity, is you have to KNOW who you are, outside of all of the codependent people pleasing and external validation.

And. So. Many. People. Don’t

You have to know, honor, and stand for your core values, beliefs, standards, feelings, and desires like a freaking life raft, or you’ll get swept up in the tide, and wake up on the wrong shore.

You have to FEEL INTO and BE IN the totality of your experience here, including your disowned shame (because as unpopular as shame has become these days, we all have it, or in other words, we all have a part of us that doesn’t love us).

I wish I could tell you that being authentic and living in integrity were as simple as making a “choice” or deciding to, but unfortunately, because most of us are operating through relational wounding, conditioning, and trauma, we typically only have access to the mind or fear based constructs and identities that we’ve created throughout life (unconsciously) to guarantee us safety, security, and love.

As a result, what we often think of as being “authentic” or “fully expressed” or in integrity, isn’t coming from our hearts, especially if we’ve been hypnotized by the “positive thinking,” “I am already love” allure, which has us spiritually bypassing and never sifting through our wounding to reconnect to the purity of our core: our authentic self.

Deep self-connection (which makes authenticity possible) is another level of Knowing. It requires some curiosity, some intention, some vulnerability, some trust, and a whole lot of honesty and compassion with our disowned self-hate, fear, and hurt.

Living in integrity, living in alignment, being authentic from our wholeness, is quite literally an act of self-love; a way of showing up for ourselves, the way we stop the bleeding out, the despair, the feeling unseen, and the depletion that comes from codependent people pleasing, playing small, and trying to squeeze into boxes.

When we don’t show up fully expressed, when we don’t honor our Truth, when we abandon our core values, when we use positive thinking, personal empowerment, and self-help to dismiss or spiritualize away our shame, we are imperceptibly, participating in self-abandonment, which creates voids of self-love that we then go out into the world and co-dependently look for something/someone to take care of our self-love gaps.

So yes, a lack of integrity comes from a lack of self-love, but knowing who we are, and being authentic, and living in integrity, is the most loving and healing thing we can do for ourselves, even with all the unknowns!

All love. All truth.

Megyn

LIving in your truth is less about making shit happen and more about letting shit go.
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Megyn Blanchard

Truth teller, Spiritual myth buster, Inner Relationship coach

My commitment is to be as human with you as is humanly possible over the internet while I breakdown overly simplistic, reductive, self-help, and empowerment teachings. Get exclusive love notes and private updates, stock my Instagram, and come be a part of the most bad ass, non-new-agey, real-life, private Facebook group as I give weekly sermons on relationships, self-love, and self-awareness.

 

The one thing you need to know about self-love

The one thing you need to know about self-love

I look back at times when I thought I had spiritual principles down like surrender and getting out of my own way and unconditional love, and I am astounded at how I didn’t get it, at how much more deeply I get it now, and how I can probably “get it” more in the future.

Self-love, self-worth, self-trust were conceptual for me, but not a way of being that filtered my life.

I still looked to outside circumstances and relationships for my validity, happiness, and okay-ness in the world. I still chronically self-abandoned and ignored my inner Knowing. I still couldn’t stand for and navigate life from a deep, abiding place of personal Truth –– then trust that life would organically shape itself around me in supportive and nourishing ways.

And then, as if miraculously, after 17 years of living “awake,” the perfect storm of chaos, depletion, and being sick of myself ushered in downloads of insight, as Wisdom whispered in my ear: “it’s time to be brutally honest with yourself, it’s time to admit things to yourself that you haven’t wanted to look at.”

I realized that I had been consuming personal empowerment at the expense of getting intimate with myself and my most honest citizen: fear. I realized that I was talking about “my stuff,” but that I was avoiding the pain inherent in healing. I realized that I still put the job of liking me in the world’s hands with its external cues of safety, security, and lovability.

And here is the really important part: I realized that just because I was living “awake” didn’t mean it was all rainbows and perfect love all the time.

Self-love doesn’t mean we won’t ever have to do anything we don’t enjoy doing again. It isn’t a shortcut to some grand finale. It isn’t a back-stage pass to a fireworks show. It doesn’t mean an existence without any setbacks or heartbreaks or struggle. There is no spiritual formula that will make us immune to being human.

But there is one profound difference now, that had not been there before: if the truth was that nothing was going to “save” me or guarantee outcomes or wash away my humanness, then what was the greatest gift I could give myself?

I could figure out how to fall in love with my life and with being fully human now; I could figure out how to get wholeheartedly intimate with all my darkness and face my pain without making it life’s job to soothe me or give me permission. And I could figure out a way to show myself endless compassion, even when my mind tried to tell me “things should be different.”

Everything is purposeful on some level; it’s all a journey into a deeper unfolding where we keep being shown more Grace, more love, and more light filled truths when we act in ways that ultimately service our own unique “spark of God.” (isn’t that beautiful? It’s from one of my most special friends Morgan Wade)

The big gift or secret we’re all looking for is a promise from ourselves to never abandon ourselves; to listen to our own knowing, to honor our unique Truths all the time even when it doesn’t make sense.

Wholeness and self-love are not new-age paradigms you pursue to get the “gifts” of life or to outsmart your humanity. THE GIFT you get is union with your most honest self, so you can enjoy your human journey without having to wait for some love, some arrival, some status or some outside situation to let you know you are loved and you are okay.

All Love

Megyn

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Megyn Blanchard

Truth teller, Spiritual myth buster, Inner Relationship coach

My commitment is to be as human with you as is humanly possible, over the internet as I breakdown overly simplistic, reductive, self-help, and empowerment teachings. Join me for monthly updates, stock my social meanderings, and come be a part of the most bad ass, non-new-agey, real-life, private Facebook group as I give weekly sermons on realtionships, self-love, and self-awareness. I believe in original goodness, the simplicity and clarity of truth, the liberation of personal respsonsibility, and the endless healing of love. I can’t wait to see you.

 

There is nothing wrong with you (But first you must accept this Truth!)

There is nothing wrong with you (But first you must accept this Truth!)

I meet a lot of people who are convinced there is something “wrong” with them because they’ve “tried everything” and they still have bad days, feel lost, feel sad or depressed at times, and as a result, have decided they are broken (shame).

They continue to amass encyclopedic knowledge in “my shit,” self-help, and personal empowerment; they seek out gurus, see therapists, shamans, and energy healers, and blame 5th dimension connections and karmic contracts on their aches and pains.

I get it. When you feel lost and broken down you want it to go away. Not tomorrow, but yesterday. The teeny-weeny problem is. . .

When we go into hyperdrive “I’ve got to fix, change, or transcend” mode it’s like an addict going for alcohol to avoid the discomfort of living: looking to external “gurus”, answers, connections, and concoctions to fill our voids, our minds, and our disconnected hearts.

As a reformed self-help junkie and positive Pollyanna, my drug of choice was “fixing” my “thoughts.” And after all the ego observations, positive affirmations, and identification of “my stories”, I was still just as lost, disembodied, repressed, and numbed out.

I had no clue how to be vulnerable, how to be authentic, or how to deeply connect with myself.

I was a spiritual intellectual traumatized by the total abandonment of self.

The problem with all these well-intentioned coaching, spiritual, and healing paradigms is we are often sidestepping the internal cues, signposts, and exquisite bodily messages in the present moment. We are often looking for secrets that exist outside of ourselves at the expense of leaning into our deepest self – who might have a lot to say if she’s never been listened to.

We don’t heal our source wounds and self-worth issues by denying the feelings and experiences we feel in our core — that lie underneath the crazy stories of our mind.

We don’t align with our eternal nature: love, by dissociating from pain, hurt, and trauma — these are guideposts that something is out of sync in our lives.

We don’t erase our limiting, ego, fear based beliefs through simply being the “observer” or the “space” —  these are our relational and developmental survival mechanisms that must be healed in relationship to being human.

We don’t get a deeper connection to ourselves and create more meaningful lives by calling part of our human experience “an illusion”, “not true”, or “not real.” It’s all real, here, now, at this time, it’s just not the only thing that’s real.

Spirituality and personal empowerment can be a slippery slope into muscling our way into believing what we THINK we should believe.

Our triggers, the “stories”, and our “criminal egos” are an invitation to connect with ourselves on much deeper levels and look at the messages inherent in our pain.

They are access points to disowned truths.

They are passageways to emotional intimacy with ourselves and with others through vulnerability and honesty.

The fact of the matter is we reside here in human form for a reason: to experience the experience of ourselves; to delight in our true nature through resonance in human form.

And the only way to match our lives with that which we desire is to BECOME the deepest, truest, most honest versions of love we can be, which is through loving our humanity, not through discarding it.

If we want to feel and receive and experience the gifts of love, truth, trust, peace, and meaning, then we have to learn how to connect with the essence of our being (love) through communicating the way our heart and soul speaks: unbridled, unrestricted, all-encompassing, compassion and love. Which has nothing to do with resistance, forcing a positive thought, calling an experience not real, or muscling our way into better “thinking.”

We aren’t going to find what we are “looking for” through not loving all of what WE ARE.

Fall in love with your paradoxical nature. Fall in love with being Human. Show up for your whole self and feel the love and truth you’ve been disconnected from.

All Love,

Megyn

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How to stop comparing your life to others and focus on you

How to stop comparing your life to others and focus on you

 

Whether it is because we compare our lives to the “seemingly perfect” lives of those we admire, or because of some message that has been played out over and over in in our conditioning, it’s easy to start feeling despair, or emptiness and think it’s because of some external circumstance we don’t have yet.

We get caught up in focusing on the outer situations and relationships that are missing, at the expense of truly connecting with ourselves.

It should be the other way around. We need to learn what it means to be intimate with our deepest Self; with our feelings, with our needs, with our natural rhythms, and let that internal connection build bonds and opportunities that resonate with our heart and soul.

Looking back, I can see how whenever I experienced life as falling short, or felt a pervasive unhappiness, or felt unfulfilled and depleted, I was looking to someone or something for nourishment, validation, and love.

Alternatively, when I realized I needed to strengthen the connection I had with myself, and be the “soul” provider of all feelings I was looking for in life, like being cherished, nourished, adored, and seen, the other relationships I had, including those with my career and purpose, worked themselves out.

The problem with looking for happiness and validation from someone or something outside of ourselves is we are always giving an external person or circumstance power over our emotions and experiences in life.

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When you look for your sense of self, wholeness, happiness, valididity and worth from external circumstances you will eventually be disappointed or let down or bored and find yourself  “searching” for that secret “something” that is missing again. This is the source of all depletion, chaos, turmoil, and toxic relationships in our life.

Why? Because we are seeking that which we should be cultivating from within, from an outside source and from positive feed-back loops. On a deeper level, we are living in a frequency of lack and neediness.

The events and circumstances of our lives, if they create pain and dis-ease, are a big clue to re-evaluate where we are behaving codependently; they are mirrors of what needs to be seen from within. Very simply, they are opportunities to cultivate more alignment with our Truth, with our hearts, and with our disowned shame, so we can cultivate a profoundly loving and whole relationship from within.

Allowing external relationships and situations to be the source of our happiness, peace, and sense of Self, is the fastest route to despair, unhealthy people pleasing and self-doubt. It is also at the heart of codependency.

It’s not that we shouldn’t expect a healthy level of loving, mindful, reciprocity in relationships, or feel fired up by what we are putting out into the world — but we are better off discovering from within what has us chasing outside circumstances and people as the source of what we are wanting to feel in our lives.

We need to build a strong primary relationship with ourselves as women, which has less to do with your mind, and more to do with showing up for all parts of your experience.

When I healed the trauma, imprinting, and beliefs running in the background that kept me chasing love; that said I wasn’t good enough, and that had me deeply fearful of abandonment, I felt more nurtured and cherished by myself, and as a result I showed up in my life differently.

I had to become the source of all the respect, love, compassion, and validation I needed. I was the soul provider of my self esteem and power. I became my beloved.

Do I still desire partnership? Absolutely! But now because I feel so connected and whole from within, I can enter into any partnership, intimate or otherwise, without chasing or grasping; with a profound sense of my needs and value, and without fear that “I need to make this one work out.”

We have to be forever diligent, always asking, “Am I looking to this career, friend, recognition, material item, or relationship to save me? Do I look for mirrors of my validity and self-worth in the world?”

No one and no thing outside of ourselves can give us all the feelings of support and love we need.

The way to create peace, happiness, meaning, and fulfillment in our lives is to build an intimate and whole connection with ourselves.

We must be curious, honor our needs and rhythms, and find radical self-acceptance for where we are now.

We must build trusting and honest connections with our hearts. We must learn to nurture and show up for ourselves in nourishing ways,  then all the other connections we have will reflect this sacred love back to us.

With a deep sense of self-worth, self-love, and healthy self-respect, we will experience more of that in our relationships and outer circumstances.

Make the sacred connection with Self, the source of your power and then you are truly empowered.

Light and Love

Megyn

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Megyn Blanchard

Megyn Blanchard

Truth teller, spiritual myth buster, self-love coach

My commitment is to be as human with you as is humanly possible, over the internet as I breakdown overly simplistic, reductive, self-help, and empowerment teachings. Join me for monthly updates, stock my social meanderings, and come be a part of the most bad ass, non-new-agey, real-life, private Facebook group as I give weekly sermons on realtionships, self-love, and self-awareness.

I believe in original goodness, the simplicity and clarity of truth, the liberation of personal respsonsibility, and the endless healing of love. I can’t wait to see you.

The one thing blocking you from self-love – It’s not your mind!

The one thing blocking you from self-love – It’s not your mind!

 

I’ve always prided myself on being a strong, independent, pull-yourself-up-by-your-boots, kind of girl. Then in my early thirties, desperate, broken down, tired of being emotionally depleted, I swallowed my pride and scheduled an appointment with a therapist.

I’d been in an abusive relationship for two years, of whose gravitational force was like that of a black hole. I hated myself for staying in it just as much as I hated the way I felt abandoned, unlovable, and broken every I left it.

I loved myself more than this. . . I thought.

My therapist looked at me and said, “You are exactly where you are supposed to be.”

“What? That’s what you went to school for? That’s what I paid you for?” 

Then suddenly, if not miraculously, relief set in. Judgment released her rigid grips on me and I finally opened up to someone, to tell the whole truth. I allowed myself to explore all the freaking messiness and hurt I had participated in without feeling shame, and this is how I made room for compassion to find her way home, so she could start building new connections.

Personal accountability and compassion were the first steps into my journey of self-love.

That fateful moment in a doctor’s office so many years ago opened up the doorway for a new way of seeing and relating to myself and my feelings. It took me six more months to completely leave that relationship, but when I did, I never looked back; I was never the same person who created that mess again.

What that moment did was provide a safe space for me to heal, because it gave me access to the whole Truth without judgment, which equals compassion.

I could work on never creating that kind of relationship again, through seeing all my responsibility and the lessons in that situation, while practicing radical understanding, patience, and kindness.

You can’t heal, learn or grow from anything while subtlely hating, judging, or shaming yourself.

The most profound awareness that came through, when I could see my contribution clearly without blame or shame, was that I totally abandoned myself, my intuition, and my worth.

“You are exactly where you are supposed to be” is the permission slip we all need to be liberated from the ego’s fearful projections into the future and the painful inertia of “but what if,” so that we can start to ground into the Truth of this moment NOW.

Simply put, it means being radically present to every.thing.we.are.experiencing.now! I know easier said than done!

For a long time, I worked on being present by trying to outsmart my ego through mindset training. I now know this is backward.

I would “observe” the fearful thought patterns and call them “stories” or “limiting beliefs.” Logically, I could see they weren’t serving me, but I never could anchor into a FEELING place of internal peace, self-trust, and self-compassion without constantly analyzing the repetitive loops of obsessive thinking.

The problem is you can’t connect to this deeply, loving place through your intellectual intelligence or your head. You actually have to feel into a loving relationship with your humanity, which isn’t always pretty. You have to sift through a lot of repressed, stored, denied feelings and beliefs which have kept you disconnected from your heart, from your worth, from your inner authority, and from the whole Truth.

We heal and create a sacred space for our love to be connected to when we trust ourselves to SHOW up for Self; when we honor and process through all the core beliefs, feelings, and fears with compassion and reverence.

We don’t attract what we want or even what we are thinking, we attract the love we consistently give to ourselves.

It doesn’t mean we are broken or need to be fixed, we just have to reconnect with our Wholehuman™ self, which means releasing a ton of un-grieved material from years of self-abandonment and conditioning. We have to feel through the messy, the scared, the hurt, and the unheard in order to experience true self-love, which most of us have been outsourcing to other people or circumstances as their responsibility.

So if you are exactly where you are supposed to be now, if your life was only real here in this moment and not out there somewhere, if tomorrow was taken away from you what would you acknowledge? Do differently? Set fire to? Release? Love more?

If your life was stripped down to nothing but this moment, what would your heart say to you?

Sometimes, “I don’t know if I Love myself” is all we need to know.

Light and Love

Megyn

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Megyn Blanchard

Megyn Blanchard

Truth teller, Spiritual myth buster, Inner Relationship coach

My commitment is to be as human with you as is humanly possible, over the internet as I breakdown overly simplistic, reductive, self-help, and empowerment teachings. Join me for monthly updates, stock my social meanderings, and come be a part of the most bad ass, non-new-agey, real-life, private Facebook group as I give weekly sermons on realtionships, self-love, and self-awareness. I believe in original goodness, the simplicity and clarity of truth, the liberation of personal respsonsibility, and the endless healing of love. I can’t wait to see you.

What the hell is your power? (A story about getting schooled in front of 150 people.)

What the hell is your power? (A story about getting schooled in front of 150 people.)

 

In front of 150 people, at one of those 40-hour marathon, personal empowerment, “none-of-this-is-real seminars”, I admitted to being entangled in a toxic, three-way relationship, that had been going on for two years.

After the lead facilitator heard my “dilemma” he said, “Maybe your issue is that you are playing small in your life – you need to give away your power.”

Ummm, thank you, yes that makes sense! And I have no clue what you mean?

I understood that I was in a small relationship, totally undeserving of my worth, with a man who couldn’t figure out what he wanted.

I understood that I was hiding in my life because I wanted to be like everybody else (I don’t blend in, I am a 5’8″ muscled up redhead), but I had no clue what my power was? And if I knew what this “power” thing was, how the heck do I give my power away?

Massive amounts of healing later, (not so much in time as in intention and attention) I figured it out. . .

I was powerless because I was looking in all the wrong places for my validity, worth, and love in the world. (Read, recovering codependent.)

I was playing small because I thought self-abandonment was unconditional love. (Read, a lovely side effect of codependency: people pleasing.)

I was confused because I thought “love” equaled proving myself to someone so they would love me “right” even if it caused pain. (Read, a nasty little side effect of abandonment wounds: we abandon ourselves to avoid being abandoned.)

A hundred a-ha moments later, I saw that I didn’t believe I was inherently worthy, amazing, and lovable on a feeling level.

I was steeped in personal empowerment and pop-psychology concepts like, “We already are love”, “I am worthy, lovable, and perfectly imperfect”, but had no idea how to live my life from that wholeness.

I had the all the right education and tools, but it was all on a conceptual level. I couldn’t live it, feel it, breathe it. As a result, I was unconsciously creating circumstances which mirrored back to me my self-love gaps.

You can only feel, give, and receive love to the extent that you’ve been able to cultivate an intimate relationship with yourself.

The same holds true for power – you can only empower others if you are empowered yourself.

No one is empowered if they are trying to be someone they aren’t naturally. No one is in their power if they see themselves as victims of life’s circumstances and other people’s behavior.

When we see how we are the co-creator of our lives: how we make choices that allow certain situations; how our internal beliefs keep certain patterns and triggers showing up; how our emotional bodies are energetic matches for the exact soul lessons we need — then we have access to power. We can then choose to make a course correction, shift, or higher level choice next time.

Personal power comes from a place outside of thought: we FEEL and KNOW (not merely think about) our worth, our value, our love, and our okayness in the world, and as a result move naturally from that wholeness.

We have to honor our impulses to be seen, heard, and loved with reciprocal kindness and respect.

We have to show up for all parts of Self, including our messy humanity. (Don’t make them illusory, or “not real.”)

We have to believe we are enough now, but still have a willingness to grow into a more expanded, loving, version of ourselves.

If you are afraid of taking up space or are ashamed of your deepest desires — you are playing small and not in your power.

When you abandon your sacred heart, your body, your core values, you are playing small and not in your power.

When you hold on to your natural gifts for fear that the world won’t like them, you are playing small and not in your power.

This kind of playing small and codependent contorting is exactly how we cut ourselves off from feeling our power.

When I realized that underneath my playing small was a lack of self-love and as a result, you guessed it. . . personal power, I understood why I couldn’t give it away.

So my job was to then discover all the wounds, fears, and beliefs that kept me from trusting my Truth and Knowing, and then show compassion for those very real parts of me that had never been heard. As I showed love for my shame and fear and limiting beliefs, I began to find strength and the inner resourcefulness I needed to move more in alignment with my heart and values.

When we aren’t giving from a deep trust in our Truth, we are actually grasping, manipulating, and chasing – which is vampirism, neediness, and co-dependence.

This sends a confusing message to the universe — we want to get something from outside people, relationships, and circumstances to feel safe, loved, and worthy, when actually it’s our job to seek and find all the barriers from within that prevent us from accessing it.

Because of our internal emotional and energetic state of lack, or not enoughness, we will not only attract small and dis-empowering circumstances but will attract the same lessons over and over again. Not as punishment, but as an opportunity and higher directive: can we choose to connect to the purity of love within ourselves.

So stand up for your deepest heart’s desires, values, standards, and beliefs. Stake your claim. Love your weirdness. Hold your tender humanity with reverence and compassion. Take radical responsibility for knowing and loving yourself deeply and intimately.

All Love. All Truth.

Megyn

Don't ever shrink or play small for a partnership, a job or an endeavor. You should always feel more like you, and not less like you.
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Megyn Blanchard

Megyn Blanchard

Truth teller, Spiritual myth buster, Inner Relationship coach

My commitment is to be as human with you as is humanly possible, over the internet as I breakdown overly simplistic, reductive, self-help, and empowerment teachings. Join me for monthly updates, stock my social meanderings, and come be a part of the most bad ass, non-new-agey, real-life, private Facebook group as I give weekly sermons on realtionships, self-love, and self-awareness. I believe in original goodness, the simplicity and clarity of truth, the liberation of personal respsonsibility, and the endless healing of love. I can’t wait to see you.

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