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Announcing Avatar Assessments

Nancy Spahr, Founder

Bio-energetic Assessments. Sound like science fiction? Let’s go back to the basics; everything in our world is composed of atoms, and those atoms have protons and electrons, a positive and negative electrical charge respectively. So if everything is made up of atoms, then we are too – think static electricity.

Utilizing a non-invasive computerized tool called the Avatar, we are able to eavesdrop into the communication system of the body. The science of the Avatar, or more generally a bio-energetic assessment, is based on an outgrowth of extensive research performed in Germany in the early 1950's by Dr. Reinhold Voll, a medical doctor and acupuncturist. His research led him to note that a controlled current at specific meridian points could provide feedback from the organs and systems within the body. Voll theorized that

energy readings higher than normal signify the potential of an inflammatory condition and lower readings relate to degenerative tissue damage. Think of it like our fighter T-cells, when we have an infection and a host of fighter cells come to the rescue - buzzing around fixing up the area. This conglomeration changes how energy is distributed in the body. The converse is when the energy read is below the healthy base line – this is similar to the forgotten zone and hence relates to degenerative tissue. Current research is confirming that chronic, unresolved inflammation does in fact lead to tissue and organ degeneration. A bioenergetic assessment provides information into a wide range of puzzling health-related problems, offering a complimentary approach to biochemistry-based medicine. To learn more about the Avatar and how it can help you, please visit our website at www. or call 317-259-0796.

To learn more about improving your digestive and colon health call Cleansing Waters - a Colon Hydrotherapy and Body Ecology Center dedicated to empowering the individual in reclaiming health and wellness in a natural and sensible manner. 317-259-0796. Please say “I found it in Indy Metro Woman Magazine!” Thanks!



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“FAKE IT 'TIL YOU MAKE IT” If there is one thing I have learned in my 25 years of therapy, it is that clients bring to the office everything they need to change a situation. I always tell my clients that they have “all the answers.” Most of the time, I am a conduit for opening the door to the inherent wisdom they possess. I believe that when you ask the question, you already know the answer, so oftentimes my job is to get a client to believe in themselves to achieve the changes they want in their life. After getting a thorough assessment of the situation, I typically ask clients how they might: • Alter a situation to make it more palatable • Change a situation so that they are no longer oppressed • Work on the problem to alleviate the issue. Frequently they say that they don’t know how to change their future. That is when I ask them, "If you did know . . . what would you do?” More often than not, they come up with a solution. The same scenario occurs when I ask clients to identify what they believe they should do. After much trepidation, they tell me what they think, and I then encourage them to do it. They will typically respond with, “I don’t know how to create that change.” My belief is that they do know how, they just don’t know that they do. I then ask them to practice a technique called “fake it til you make it.” “Fake it til you make it” is a self esteem builder. It presupposes that you have the ability inside of you to do the project, convey your needs, take control of a situation, or know what decision to make. It bypasses the self doubt and the lack of self confidence. “Fake it til you make it” is an incredible technique that really works, if you work it. You may be asking yourself, “Why do I have to fake it…where does all this self doubt come from?” Oftentimes, lack of 8

confidence stems from your childhood. Although your parents may not have meant to be a negative Carol Juergensen Sheets influence on you, they may have had unrealistic expectations for you. This can leave you feeling that you are not measuring up to who they want you to be. In trying to please your parents, you may end up sacrificing your own desires. Seeking your parents’ approval can sabotage your sense of self if your goals conflict with your parents. If this conflict occurs, it can naturally cause you to feel incomplete, insecure, and self conscious. How do you offset these feelings? Try the following recommendations on a regular basis for the best results: • Find supportive people who affirm you and your ideas.

• Use positive self-talk to derail the negative tapes that play in your head.

• Find groups that support you and encourage you to trust yourself. • Practice the technique of “fake it til you make it,” which ultimately means that you pretend you know what you are doing until you convince yourself that indeed you do. Just remember, you really do possess the knowledge to change any situation. You do have the answers. The exercise of “fake it til you make it” can prove to you that you have the capabilities, and all you need is to practice until you prove it to yourself. Carol Juergensen Sheets LCSW PCC is a psychotherapist and personal life coach. She does motivational speaking and empowerment trainings locally and nationally. To find out more about her services--contact her at or call her at 317 218-3479. You can watch Carol the Coach segments on WTHR’s Channel 13 Wednesdays @ 12:50PM.

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Girls are Worth it! “The low value that many families and societies place on girls makes possible many of the worst abuses they suffer. But even among girls who are spared the worst, too often it is a girl who is still the first to drop out of school, the last to be fed, the last to receive medical care. And in too many places, she is taught there are special limits to what is possible for her. “ Hillary Clinton. Maybe you remember? How old were you? 14? 16? The pressure to be “liked”, the longing to look like those girls in Seventeen magazine; the clothes you just had to have, but couldn’t afford, that would make you part of that special group; the aching to go on to college, to make something of yourself but knew your chances were slim; the dreams you had to see the world, do something great, but didn’t dare dream you could get there. Maybe as a grown woman you’re still fighting these types of pressures. Girls struggle with many of the same issues you did- and more. Did you know• 81% of 10-year-old girls are afraid of being fat. • A girl is bullied every 7 minutes in the schoolyard, playground, stairwell, classroom or bathroom. • Girls are more likely than boys to be victims of cyber bullying. • One out of four college-age women have an eating disorder. • Suicide is the third leading cause of death among adolescents and teenagers. • 1 in 3 girls between the ages of 16 and 18 say sex is expected for people their age if they’re in a relationship. • 1 in 5 high school girls say they do not know three adults of whom to turn if they have a problem. Right here in Indianapolis, leaders and volunteers of the community are working hard to make a difference in girl’s lives. Meet some of the hundreds of girls who are being impacted by the Women Like Us Foundation’s program, One Girl at a Time. They, like you, like us, have dreams for their lives. And we’re helping them get thereOne Girl at a Time.

Alejandra strives to impact

those around her in a positive way. She wants to embrace life and help others with what she has learned.

Ashley is a compassionate

young woman. She is focused on what she wants and goes after it. She wants to become a nurse.

Perla strives to be the best she

can be every day. She loves a challenge and aspires to have a career aimed at helping others.

Yassmin is an inspiring young

woman with a clear vision of reaching for the stars. She takes her studies seriously and wants to be a doctor.

Aghabi wants to become a

pharmacist. She is independent and self motivated. She hopes to attend Butler University.

Christina aspires to become a

doctor. Feeling blessed in life, she promises to make a huge impact on bettering our world and return to her native Haiti to help other girls.

Erianna is driven to over come

obstacles and strives to create change and improvement in her school and community. Learn more about our girls and help effect change in the girls of our community. Girls are Worth It! Women Like Us Foundation Afternoon Tea and Speaker Series Annual Fundraiser. Thursday, October 3, 2013 Union Station Indianapolis, Indiana Attend, volunteer, donate, and sponsor teen girls to be the best they can be. 888-958-3674

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Calendar of Events All Saturdays at 8:00 am Listen to 950AM or 95.9FM Listen to Dr. Prather’s Wellness Program. Thursday, October 3, 9:00 am Successful Women Made Here with Sheryl Matthys – during the first hour, hear from a successful woman - her story, successes and challenges. Then Sheryl provides training on key business topics. At 10:30 a Success Secrets Mastermind Circle discusses what you need help with in your business. Held at David A. Noyes Bldg 250 W. 96th St. Ste. 300 (@ Meridian next to Granite City). Thursday, October 3, 11:00 am - 7:30 pm Chernoff 8th Annual Bazaar at the Robert Irsay Pavilion in Carmel. The Bazaar supports the Foundation for Victims of Violence. Shop over 30 vendors and learn about cosmetic options Go to to register and to hear from one of the many individuals helped through Dr. Chernoff's Foundation. Friday, October 4, 9:30 am Pixie Chicks at Office Suites Plus, 3815 River Crossing Parkway, Suite 100, Indy. A monthly marketing mastery for women group meeting that offers a hybrid of coaching and mastermind collaboration. Each month, Pixie Chicks takes one topic that will allow you to grow your business in powerful ways and breaks it down so that you leave with not only an action plan but an implementation strategy. First time guests may attend for free. Thursday, October 10, 7:30 am National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO). Circle for Learning & Networking. www. Thursday, October 10, 11:30 am – 1:00 pm Network of Women in Business (NOWIB) Northside Lunch Special Interest Group at Chili's. 3960 E. 82nd St, Indy. Join in for a casual conversation and networking with NOWIB members and guests. Saturday, October 12 Annual and Original and Fabulous GermanFest and Beer Games - Discover your inner-German and party at the 5th Annual Original and Fabulous GermanFest. All proceeds from this event benefit the maintenance and care of the Historic Athenaeum. Celebrate German-American Day with this unique family event. This year, the Athenaeum will host the city's first-ever Beer Games as part of the GermanFest. The competition will include beer stein holding, a cow toss, beer stein relay, fingerhakeln, and a grape stompede. http://www.

Tuesday, October 15, 11:30 am – 1:00 pm Network of Women in Business (NOWIB) Downtown Lunch Special Interest Group at Tavern on South, 423 W. South St. Indy. Join in for a casual conversation and networking with NOWIB members and guests. Saturday, October 19, 9:00 am - 4:00 pm Indy FamilyFest - An all day celebration of the family with a full schedule of entertainment, shopping, how-to demos, and activities for every member of the family from belly bump to tween. Mary Susan Buhner of "Mommy Magic" is the keynote speaker. Bounce houses, Obstacle Courses, Princess and Superhero Parties, Diaper Crawl, Daddyathon, Pop-N-Play Kids Zone, Dance Clinic, Jump for Joy Band, Game Guru 2U truck, and more! Located at Marsh Blue Ribbon Pavilion at Indiana State Fairgrounds. Tuesday, October 22, 11:30 am – 1:30 pm eWomenNetwork at Holiday Inn Carmel North, Carmel, IN. Featured Speaker is Holly Kile of HJK Global Solutions, Inc. who will cover 5 Key elements for business success; to uncover each element and how you can break through your roadblocks once and for all; how each of the 5 elements are connected; to identify roadblocks linking to these elements and the steps to break through them. Experience the excitement and power of Accelerated Networking. Tuesday, October 23, 11:30 am – 1:00 pm Network of Women in Business (NOWIB) Professional Development Special Interest Group at 10-01 Food & Drink, 1001 Broad Ripple Ave. Join in for a casual conversation and networking with NOWIB members and guests. Saturday, October 26 Avon Zombie Walk - is a first year event which is being coordinated by eleven year old Jon Barker. A zombie walk is an event where people dress up like zombies and walk or shuffle along a designated path. From each zombie there is a requested donation of ten non-perishable food items. These food items will be donated to the Hendricks County Food Pantry Coalition to help feed the hungry in Hendricks County. Besides the AZW, other events that are being offered are: a Thrill the World worldwide "Thriller" dance, a Zombie Cake Decorating Contest, a Zombie Short Film Contest on Youtube, and a Pre-Walk Zombie Movie. www. Saturday, October 26, 9:00 am - 12:00 pm or 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Spa for Mind, Body and Spirit - Day of pampering! Choose three services, 30 minutes for each service. Choices are massage, reflexology, Reiki treatment, Ion Foot Spa or facial. Your session begins with a guided meditation. www.

Are you a woman’s organization or having an event just for women? Are you a non-profit organization with a special event? Email and send us the details for our monthly calendar by the 5th of each month for the following month’s issue. You can also go to and post your event on our community calendar. 14

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armony is dedicated to help you find relief from the challenging and sometimes debilitating effects of hormone imbalance that can wreak havoc on us physically, emotionally, and sexually. If you suspect that your hormones are to blame for your aches and pains, night sweats, moodiness, irritability, mental fogginess, low libido or fatigue then we can help! We consider our patients as family and your hormonal needs are our deepest concern. Our physician, Dr. Paul O'Brien, carefully evaluates your hormone levels and tailors the therapy according to what hormones your body needs to feel confident and well again. Life is stressful and often downright frustrating; now, combine modern-

day stressors with the effects of menopause, post menopause, andropause (in men), or surgeries: i.e., hysterectomies that drastically deplete hormones, we are left feeling drained, tired or depressed. The good news is that you or your loved ones don't have to suffer anymore--we are here to help. Our hormones are bio-natural meaning they are derived from plant sources such as soy and yams. Bionatural hormones are identical to what is produced within our bodies unlike synthetic hormones which are similar but not molecularly identical. Our goal is to balance your hormone levels naturally. Women and men greatly benefit from hormone replacement therapy. When there is balance, there is harmony!


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Testimonial for Harmony Medical

Hoosier TV & Radio personality Joni Michels, has joined the hundreds of other patients being treated at the all new Harmony Medical, located in Fishers on Allisonville Rd. Joni is a long time media personality, host, & reporter who has spent the better part of her career waking up “at the crack of dawn” she joked. She decided to try the therapy at Harmony after feeling sleep deprived & no zest for workouts anymore. “I started planning my days around “naps” and wasn’t getting the same results out of my pilates and other workouts”. Joni believes most women on the planet can relate to that. Another key factor in Joni’s decision to get treatment at Harmony Medical was that “I feel good about the fact that the therapy is natural and it makes me feel safe”. After her

initial consultation & treatment she noticed an energy boost in less than a month. “ On a Friday morning I got up at my usual 4am, actually “enjoyed my run”, went to work, ran errands for my parents, and hosted a party that evening!” Joni explained that it was like somebody just flipped on the light switch. After a few months into the therapy she said she noticed more subtle changes like her energy level was being sustained and she was getting more out her workouts. “We all lead busy lives and I love the fact the medical professionals at Harmony get you in at your convenience and they customize every individual’s treatment. I’m not dreaming about my next nap anymore either. I’m so glad I made the decision to have the therapy at Harmony Medical of Indiana”.

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The Difference Between Motivation and Inspiration by Shelly Aristizabal At first glance, it may seem like a subtle distinction, but the worlds of motivation and inspiration are a million miles apart. Many people use the words “motivated” and “inspired” interchangeably. But a closer look may change your perspective. We seem to need motivation to get stuff done. Typically there’s a lot of “measuring” that happens in the realm of motivation. Check lists and goal posts. There is often a fear of loss involved. We are on duty. All perfectly natural. But beyond finish lines and good jobs, is a different call. The word inspiration means to be in spirit. When you’re tuned into your spirit, it is magnetic and progressive. Its reasoning cannot always be reasoned -- I just gotta do it. You are launched into the unfenced field of freedom and possibilities. So, motivation is about things that you think you should do or that you’re supposed to do. Inspiration is about being called to act because you’re in direct alignment with the magnetic, luminous potential that is you. A look at the difference... MOTIVATION You run the 5k to lose weight, stay in shape, raise money for cancer. It’s on your bucket list. Achievement is thrilling. INSPIRATION The runner’s high. My body simply has to run. When I run, I feel closer to life. MOTIVATION You write the book, the blog, the brochure to raise your profile so you can sell more stuff, serve more people. You compose and package your thoughts. A 1000 words a day until

you’ve crossed the finish line. INSPIRATION I have something to say that needs to be heard. When I write I feel bigger, freer, like God is using me well. Continual inspiration is about continual realignment You might be thinking… “How do I get inspired?” Well, you can’t. Inspiration isn’t something you get, it comes from within, it comes from your core. So being inspired isn’t about doing something external to bring something in. That’s motivation, remember? Being inspired is about a constant process of realignment. Whenever you’re feeling like you have to push, it’s time to realign. Whenever you’re feeling like you’re not enjoying life, it’s time to realign. Whenever you feel like you’re trying to fulfill a quota or expectation, it’s time to realign. Realignment isn’t anything complicated. It’s very simple, actually. All it involves is drawing inward and exploring what you really want. So, what do you really want? Not what should you want, not what you think might be a good idea for you to want. What lights you up? Once you’ve got a grasp on that, stay with it for a little while. Bathe in it, savor it. Taste it on your tongue. Feel it tingling down your spine. It feels good, doesn’t it? If it doesn’t feel good, you’re still not there. Keep going. Once you’ve come to that state of anticipation, you’re inspired. You’re In Spirit. Now you are ready to fly...

Shelly Aristizabal is the author of This Is Your Year to Design & Live the Life of Your Dreams, a leader in the Community Commerce Industry, Motivational Speaker and the New President of Business Women Connect. Visit for details on our upcoming events in the Indianapolis area! Please say “I found it in Indy Metro Woman Magazine!” Thanks!


Dental Training in High Gear

Dental Office Training by Lynn has been approved through Workforce One. This allows any recent high school graduate (within last 12 months) and others who might qualify an opportunity to have their tuition paid IN FULL

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With post high school education in high gear throughout the country, now is a perfect time to investigate the medical/ dental field. You can become a highly skilled dental professional through an Intense Hands-on 12-week Dental Assistant Training Program. Indiana University’s record Spring graduating class is indicative of the national surge in education pursuits. Dental Office Training by Lynn has led the way in providing a tremendous opportunity for those wishing to enter the medical field. As a licensed dental hygienist with over 25 years’ experience in dentistry, Lynn Uptgraft established Dental Office Training by Lynn for the training and development of dental assistants. Her program provides intense, hands-on training, as well as the study of terminology, anatomy, and technology that is vital in obtaining employment in the dental office today. The Dental Office Training program offers a great curriculum including personalized training, limited enrollment, ISDH accredited digital radiology and software training in the latest technology. Lynn’s course has a maximum enrollment of TWELVE students so that more personalized training can be given. The course is outlined with a Practical Curriculum, as well as Classroom Lectures on Classifications, Anatomy, Tooth Descriptions, Armamentarium, Cavity Preparations, How to Place Varnish, Liners & Bases, Wedge Placement and Matrices of all types for the anterior and posterior. It covers resin materials in completions from the different generations of etch/prime/bond, to how to work with shades in the posterior and anterior area of the mouth. Lynn is now very proud to be accepting VA benefits for her classes. The Department of Labor states that between the years 2004-2014, dental assisting is projected to be one the fastest growing occupations. Dental assisting is a great family-oriented career. Most dentists work a 32hour workweek and have weekends and holidays off. This is a career that you can use as a stepping stone to higher paying occupations.

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A Symbol of Hope he redbird has long been a sign of hope in our T family.  The symbol started many years ago when I had just started law school, and my father, then 50

years old, suffered a massive heart attack.  The doctors said that a heart attack of that magnitude would have killed 97% of men instantly, but because my mother is so astute and took my father to the hospital at the first sign that something was unusually wrong with my non-complaining father, the massive part of the attack occurred in the intensive care unit.  The doctors sustained his life even though the prognosis was grim.  My airline flight back to Evansville was the first one available, and mom and I stood vigil at the intensive care unit through those long days and nights as they at first gave him only hours to live and then days. In our shock and grief, mom and I went home only to bathe and change clothes.  It was perhaps the third day, when the doctor was still saying he probably had only days to live, that something changed our paradigm.  As my Aunt Vickie came to the hospital to give us a short reprieve, we went to mom and dad’s home, a mile away, where my stoic and strong mother broke down and cried in my arms.  I will never forget it.  She did not know what she would do without my dad; she did not know how she would make it even one day without him.  After we held each other, I suggested that we take a short walk through our beautiful backyard.  It was cold and crisp outside with a perfect peacock blue sky.  A snow had fallen through the night.  It was a wet snow that hung, thick and plump, on every branch of each of the 100 trees in our backyard.  As we walked and prayed, Lisa Adler I looked up at that Trust & Estate Practice gorgeous sky and Group

there against the bright blue sky, on a completely snowcovered tree, was the most brilliantlycolored redbird I had ever seen.  The contrast in the vividly red bird, the bright blue sky and the glistening white snow branches was unbelievable, even as I remember it today.  It stunned both my mom and me, and Marti Starkey we could not help Chair, Trust & Estate but think that it was Practice Group a sign that ALL would be well. Miraculously, and to the complete amazement of all the doctors, my dad survived the five days, the first year and now more than thirty years hence.  We are grateful every year for the gift of his life and for the symbol of hope that pulled us through a very dark time. My father had none of the trigger causes of a massive heart attack.  He was not overweight; he never smoked cigarettes nor drank alcohol.  He was a tirelessly hard worker and had owned his own business, with my mother, for most of his adult life.  The doctor surmised that, although he always appeared calm and in control, he may have internalized the stress that is inherent in owning and running your own business.  One of my many lessons, from this time period in my parents’ lives and my life, was that life itself is unpredictable, and we really cannot know what lies ahead.  It has helped me to help others plan for their wishes in their estate for their ultimate passing from this life.  I learned that we all need to start now to plan to get our affairs in order. by Marti Starkey


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The HCG Story... The story of HCG began in the Fifties when, after having done research on weight loss for 40 years and research on HCG specifically for twenty years, Dr. Simeons reported that patients taking small amounts of HCG, in conjunction with a very low calorie diet, could lose weight safely and quickly without Kathryn Azhar, Owner exercise, muscle loss or and her staff hunger. But all HCG is not created equal. The Pounds and Inches Away program starts with pharmaceutical HCG. Unfortunately, there has been a lot of confusion created by products being sold without guidance that call themselves “HCG” but do not contain any in their ingredient list. HCG is one of 67 hormones naturally produced in the human body, so if a product states that it is hormone free. HCG does produce weight loss by itself. However, in concert with a very specific balanced diet, and our help in avoiding unexpected environmental or behavioral deviations, HCG will allow the body to naturally pull the nutrients and calories needed from stored fat reserves into the blood stream at the rate of 1500 to 4000 calories per day. We are sure that those who follow our protocol WILL lose 20-30 pounds in 40 days. These fantastic results ARE typical with our full service packages. The Pounds and Inches Away program is not your run of the mill “eat less and exercise more” diet for a slow loss of 1 to 2 pounds a week that seems to take the rest of your life. Our protocol tricks Mother Nature a little, maybe, however only natural processes are at work. Per Dr. Simeons, it is safe and so very effective.

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About a year ago, I’d given up on ever losing the weight I had put on over the past 10 years. I Before tried everything out there and nothing worked. One day I saw an ad for Pounds and Inches Away in Castleton. I called them and decided to try their HCG Weight Loss Program.

I started the program in September of 2012and was amazed how easily the weight came off. The staff at Pounds and Inches Away were very supportive and helpful. They were always available to answer my questions. They even called me to help with my accountability. Yes, I had to follow the program, but with their direction I was able to lose weight and keep it off. I completed two rounds between Labor Day 2012 and Easter 2013 – and I lost 52 lbs. Losing the weight made me realize – I wasn’t as old as I felt! My blood pressure is down, my cholesterol is improving. My health, overall, is significantly improved from a year ago. It wasn’t easy, but it was absolutely worth it. I feel alive again and it’s all because I walked into Pounds and Inches Away Castleton and let them get me started on a new path.

Hilton's Story

After I was significantly overweight. My doctor was concerned that my weight Before After would cause Before certain health problems as I aged. Pounds and Inches Away helped me lose 70 pounds over the course of six months! I found the program during the first 40 days to be easy and safe. I learned to eat much healthier and that was something my wife and I wanted to do for years. I followed the suggested meals, measuring the protein consistently. I had an apple as a snack in the afternoon or evening as well as learned to drink water. The maintenance period offered the opportunity to get reintroduced to some of the other foods that I liked, but in moderation. I have been able to maintain my weight since stopping with the drops. One highlight is that I have not had a Coke or Pepsi in over 19 months! Kathryn and her team are very supportive and helpful. The Pounds and Inches Away regime works, is safe, and you will love the results! To get slim and stay that way, call our office at (317) 849-THIN today. We will help you reach your weight loss goals and improve your health, appearance and self-image. Nothing tastes as good as THIN feels…

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October 2013 Issue of Indy Metro Woman

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