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Saturday, May 15, 2010

Buteyko Breathing Reconsidered- 6th 1993 November


Why did you not tell us that shallow breathing was preferable? [As it is with the Buteyko method.]

BECAUSE it is not - at least, not to be prescribed to everyone. That is why. The equation is:
  • The metabolic rate determines volume = lesser capacity in lung - inhale - expanded lung - exhale, BUT the ratio of inhale to exhale is consistent, and the time of metabolic consideration is the same.
The hurried man can definitely monitor his balance according to the conscious reformation - in addition to this the atmosphere is altered. However shallow breath is not necessarily the prescribed way for all to breathe. It is a question of time in relation to capacity: a slow breath in and a slow breath out i.e. a metabolic rate which complements the transfusion of breath-digestion. 

The point missed is that: breath in - 1,2,3, breath out - 1,2,3 (over 3 seconds). Breath in - 1,2,3,4,5, and breath out - 1,2,3,4,5, (over 5 seconds). The asthmatic has breath in 1,2,3,4,5, breath out 1,2,3,4,5, over 3 seconds, for example.

It relates specifically to speed and metabolic rate rather than volume - but the volume reduction can and will 'even' the assimilative timing. As agreed, all of the lung is penetrated and used.

Thursday, May 13, 2010

The Three Gifts of St. Paul- 4th November 1993

THE three gifts of St. Paul were: sweet rest, deep and perfect sleep, and death - as restitution to the diseases which provoked undeniable and unrevokable corruption to the physical and mentally-empathetic spiritual constitution.

There are streams whereupon Man is influenced to counterbalance the trials and woes encountered. As the 'bad fairy' cursed, an equal dictum surmounted the action of the evil and delivered Man by such concessions; albeit not exactly by way of the powers of a 'good fairy' alone, but rather by many good fairies, good Angels, good Men, and a Good God besides.

There are discoveries made as to what these equations have been and are, today. The protectors of these mysteries incorporated, have sought them out and made them known to themselves, thoroughly exploring for the record and safekeeping of Man; as one would add to the journal of progress.

As like any scientific finding, it is not unusual that the names are linked, because as overshadowing protectorates they have become to be associated with that stream until such a time, that it itself is no more. For even should they depart the world and the reaches thereof, their original etherisation and mingling through investigation, remains.

Important Law: For every ill wind there brings with it a blessing to follow. This is how "out of evil cometh good", for it is truly so. The provisions for such counterbalance were commanded out from necessity. For one may ponder unto themselves, if there be one gravely evil curse by which no good may equal and bring up the value of, then it should bring about an unraveling of else that is good by its very challenge. Still to this day there becomes a shift and an immediate need for an answer: that the deck falls and one card goes down, and the next hand played need better it.

The principle as tossed around of 'neither nor completely bad' conforms to this. Also whilst on this point, it is important to add that the viewpoint of the cynic is dangerous indeed. If we may not qualify an evil perceived but are intent in thought upon only its upset, then we err on the side of the very perpetuation thereof. Though this appears a mean criticism, it is nonetheless true. 

Another interesting insight is this: many who have committed themselves into the penetrating studies as was first described, have fallen short of the perfected examination because they themselves have 'come under' the ill and the evil of the first part of their particular investigation. It is a dangerous element that they have chosen to make bare and make known. It is a courageous task which may know no fulfilment if the novice becomes incapable of following through with the greater induction of Grace. Of course, eventually he is saved by the very answer so put there, but whether or not he survives intact to return to the world forged anew, is another matter. It is no defeat in real terms, only in terms of the object of striving at that time.

One can begin to see avenues of important instruction already from this lesson: -
  1. That 'open-thinking' which attempts to reveal deeper implications is prerequisite to understanding and aligning oneself with the more advanced souls. Ipso facto: closed-thinking (the one point of view perspective) may not enable intuitive progress as to the necessary illumination to follow.
  2. That all negative insight requires the accompanying thought and prayer of gratitude that: evil does pass; it may not remain the same, its sting and its injure will dissolve in the provision of the accompanying Grace so bound to it. Which not only shall bring restitution to the assaultee, but further on, shall redeem that very evil and purify it with a new objective/relationship to Man.

This is the one thing that the 'dark path' cannot realize. One could too easily say that we may dismiss such men who revel in unnatural desires as that they willingly see only one half of the above truth; and this is open to question and is philosophical. But from this viewpoint we would suggest that they are in fact incapable of crossover and much discouraged by the predator food-chain they perceive to be the world.

Almost as one evil stacked upon another, and keenly experienced, the men who are under the spell of great evil have not awakened to the mercy which verily sustains them. It is therefore, a pitiful inadequacy, and one may see that with such fellows, charity, good wishes and prayers on their behalf, are the supplement required, rather than blatant condemnation. 

It is truly a divine mystery that overall, Christ Himself is Chief Protector of the Keys, and by Him, through His Eyes, one may challenge the individual streams incoming, and under His Governance be saved.

St. Paul, through Christ, came to the blessed meaning of death, which hitherto was the scourge and the final defeat. The Devil himself did laugh and parade when a man caught in sickness of soul, then of mind and finally in blood, was believed to be overcome hopelessly. But the illness manifest did not vanquish the soul within. If not surmounted there was afforded a 'disassociation' out from the combining forces and a man could, through sleep and eventually death, begin a renewal that was not hitherto possible.

He could discard and dismember; and fortune of fortunes, perceive the minor ill and begin to correct the fault within. Hell itself was transformed, no longer an eternal sufferance - which prior to Christ there were elements thereof: because of the connection, the combining, in which a man was inextricably linked to his faults, his damnation, to his sins and to that part of Hell he had frequented and connected with.

When taken alone the burdens and trials of the World are inclined specifically. There is a current which runs alongside the evil, specifically, and is what it is.

Regarding the gathering which was called into question (viz. The Conference of Indigenous Peoples) - stern and troubled individuals. Many may be crushed by the perceptions themselves, before the physical evil so feared, eventuates. The remedy for the oldest of races is Christ, for He has the wherewithal to 'carry them over' the evil to the happier side.

Does this sound like a trite dismissal? We may apportion blame on many, many levels. We may target a multitude of supplements also. We may in part, be correct in our thinking and our intuitive reform. However it can and does take an entire individual an entire lifetime, and subsequent collections of centuries to follow, in order to investigate (at peril) one, just one, particular. Therefore, if we who are only semi-qualified in this respect (in specifics) attempt to go in and find the remedies to evil, we may do so, only safely, with Christ at our side. For it is no longer viable to interpret the exterial symbols and rely on their wisdom alone. Invisible hands guide obligingly and indicate what we already search for.

The gathering of learned men provides a spiritual sanctuary in time, whereby the signature wisdoms may combine and afford a tolerance, which is of itself the key to their solution! They carry the burden with them - the blessing and the burden of the insufferable identity of race and of ancient ways; which conflict upon each other.

There is very little 'sameness' if one has the observation to interpret. For as many reasons as time might provide, there is no 'commonness' save in the living ideals of men today. For that they mix ideas, necessarily requires that they have departed from their own sufficiently to do this- their surrender of the ancestor's grip and their soulful wisdoms - this, for the sake of greater wisdoms. The spiritually perceptive will share common experience and insight and agreement to a point.

The motives are noble and desperate, and there is much excitement and disclaiming; whilst also, unfruitful condemnation. Men are not the enemy as such. At worst they are the stumbling servants thereof.

Mother Nature is strong, she breathes well, and the contestants to her form are dismissed. It is the spiritual pollutant of the laggard evolution which provokes the tensions which bring natural cataclysms; and divisiveness carries on, with many faces. (Yes, that is one of those sentences.)

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

The Promise- 29th October 1993

 IT is a matter of 'The Promise' that it is inwardly sensed, and by which the whole being shivers with ripples of delight. It is 'The Promise' which whispers that such longings will be fulfilled, and by that happiness is known.

Simply put, there should be only painful agony, anguish and upset if a man were to only experience the desire unanswered. Wherein the joy to that? Realistically, it must be noted as mystical hogwash to imply that longings inconsolable are, when taken alone, enjoyable. It is a contradiction which even the poet should not bend his mind to.

There are false promises and then there are The Promises which may forecast the joys of Man, because elementarily they are that, both now and in the future. It is like the lit lamp at the front of an oncoming train. Before the train arrives to speed you away to the realm of chugalug, the light in the distance signals its appearance, and this is Promise.

The thrill as born on a shaggy hillock in soulful rapport, in finding and reclaiming solemn truths, in coming to the peace of one's own company, that undefined joy, indescribable bliss which momentarily infills the being transporting the man into natural ecstasy - this is 'containment', true containment, and the experience of a comprehensive comprehension. When we have all of a sudden, come to the totality of an idea, really 'seen' the image before us in the full-bodied knowledge which invariably leads to love, this we experience as spiritual joy.

We have spoken of the elusive scent, and yet let us not forget that the remnant of scent within the buoyant ether is quite real and representative tangibly of the flower which exudes the vapor. Therefore the scent is a very real and perfect promise on behalf of its parent body. It is not illusory.

We as teachers do not deal out dreams and fancies unremarkable to reality. How then may one know to examine the esoteric truths before them confidently and accurately? Quite often the student complains that the degrees of 'shadowy' thinking are soon to follow those inspired times (those times which we all in our way, reach higher for, go farther to). The shadowy counterpart is when we no longer see by the vantage of the spirit-soul, and the vistas are narrowed into quarrelsome channels and mundane complexities, unsatisfying rather than uplifting. However the vantage point for “up” is depressed, and the springboard phenomenon requires contrast. Too much visionary insight levels to sameness also; whilst illness may result from the strains of a 'heavenly' inclination.

It is only when the experience has passed and we savor the residue wishing its return, do we know what did become of us. During the inebriation of exquisite joy we are abandoned to completeness that may not be sectioned for purposes of scrutiny until forfeited by those very wonderings, as to what did pass.

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Calling Forth- 23rd October 1993

WHEN we phrase a sentence in an attempt to depict something of an image, it is delivered via a sequence, a construct whereby the thought maybe intimated. The sequence is superficial to the thought. Generally and of course, there is a varied way one could present the thought in any given number of languages.

However there is also truth to say that there are secondary influences brought in, evoked when the subject matter carried by the word is meaningful to spiritual reality. The condition of graded words adjoining their parent concepts becomes as a tonic to the men who pronounce them. Some strands of words may actually evoke the very properties which are kindred to the thought. For example: were one to consume a medicinal elixir which was made from an extract of berries, berries which caught the light and vitality of the alpine mountains they come from, they should know inwardly of the nature of that berry bush's homeland, of the qualities of a crisp clean breeze, of the aspect of a pale, but brilliant light. The remedy would characteristically calm a fever, answer the seizure, with the stern assurance of cool metal, for the clean, brisk mountains are the nature of this vivid berry, who, pertly beading in tangerine outburst upon the bough enlivens the landscape by its addition of bombastic color.

Tiny orbs in sunlight grow,
The smallest fruit upon the bough,
Tight with perfection, strung heavily,
This, my connection to the Rowan tree.

Sympathetically, as one is aware, a homeopathic preparation may connect an individual with the properties of the ascribed substance by implication. The action of the remedy is above and beyond the physical relationship; it by dissolution and percussion, is enhanced etherically. And the correspondence within the man is impressed characteristically with the intimations it offers.

Now certain words which are repeated may also effect exactly the same. The description of the berry bush, if effectively worded, shall bring forth the same qualities as would the experience within the physical extract; and if repeated enough in a particular way there should become a set linkage within the potency of words which will expel with enhanced volition the qualities akin to their makeover.

Therefore the more often a prayer is prayed, a song is sung, a verse recited, there shall be a strengthening of the particular invocation and an etheric working of specific influences directly affecting the being of the man so exercising such.

'Positive thinking' has won results in the repetitive affirmation practices, when manoeuvred properly. When at best, such incantations have the power to draw in desirable influences.

Were a man to be caught in a desert without water he should repeat to himself "Snow tonight, the water's high, I'll swim right through and tread the rippled sands in the clear lapping sea". Said often enough his basal temperature would fall, heat notwithstanding. The effectiveness would be determined by the cooperation of imaginative conduct - that it was not interrupted with counter outbursts of "I'm hot, I'm thirsty, I'm dry. . ." and so forth. In the extreme argument he may die happily, experiencing the cool waters in his psyche, for one must remember that primarily it is an effectual etheric invocation, rather than physical. In this instance one would not necessarily comply with another. Many martyrs having to endure torturous episodes, have relieved themselves by coordinated decrees.

My God come closer to me,
My God I am here in Thee,
My God be closer in me,
My God only in Thou I be,
My God in You I reside,
My God right here You abide,
My God move closer in me,
My God come forth to me.

The above is the signature theme for the favored AUM mantra decreed. One may wager that the monk's constancy in repeated effort does work inwardly the desired connections.

The etheric body overall is strengthened by repeated meditation or repeated incantation, providing that the material is compatible to a healthy soul-life. Intuitively, many do already know this and practice hard with their favored piece. The discipline of such exercises may need time to develop to such a degree that progress is marked and apparent; however, progress there will be, whether appreciated or not.

If we are to fix our minds and subsequently strengthen them, we may come to deliberate actions within the world more readily. We are equipped in will, in clarity of perspective, in astute decisiveness, enabled to summon together the clearer picture as it were, and assess it well because we are rehearsed in the sympathetic understanding.

The enhancement which comes from repetitive meditations affords the visionary greater distinction in observation also. He shall knowingly and accurately come to the present and interpret it well - particularly with the esoteric implications.

Finally, it can be said that such training is usually perfected and realized over many lifetimes, and for the man who is so inclined to savor such discipline, there are indications that this is no new road for him to go by, whatsoever. It is a time-honored practice which has fared him well, and actually sustained his life in those periods when the threads supporting him were gravely weak and insubstantial. It has been by the concerted effort in such devotions, that he who has struggled to retain his life has been blessed. By this constant practice of calling forth the divine and always implicating renewal, he has now the strength of a king with a perfected inner vision.

Monday, May 10, 2010

The Greater Light into which all Lights Dissolve- 22nd October 1993

THE LIGHT OF LIGHTS is inextinguishable - just as fire never really ceases, it may travel out from one candle only to spring up where it has been awakened and invited - but it is always there.

One has never really needed the light to see by in Space. It permeates, yes, because it is uninterrupted. The walls of darkness or material may conceal its reality, which molds to shafts that become audible to the eye.

The higher body of light is forever present. One may picture correctly our Globe bathed in resplendent light, from without and from within. Further on we find that the entire strata of galaxies are saturated, and that there is a sea of light which twirls the pathways driven.

How may we define such a phenomenon? Light is more fluid than water, it is more invasive than fire but does not consume like fire; it is the vascular retainer of Life.

Wherever there are concentrated areas of activity (Life), there shall be illumined notches, knots, of nuclear light within. Remember back to the lesson of the peach and how it was that Man could not extract the very life-light within; that once he had prised open the precious fruit the exuberance dissolved, leaving behind, albeit, some remarkable qualities remaining. One must wonder as to whether this is referenced in terms of actual light: being visible to the ordinary eye - and indeed, in conditions as they are today, this light which is real is not perceptible, but nonetheless there.

Here is a mystery: Amongst the many, many configurations of concentrated knots of light - Life drawing in - there are self-illumined beings everywhere; however, as Law would have it, they may only 'see' according to the power of a higher light, which by its presence revokes the luminosity from all else respective to it. There is a merciful wisdom comprising this act. It is not that life is depowered or negated in any sense whatsoever, it is only that each beacon surrenders in the presence of the greater majestic Light, actually giving over to it completely.

We all travel in our dreams without the direct sunlight or without a battery torch. We see into worlds related and bound because our astral sight may distinguish the light values that are present, but undetected ordinarily.

Miners who became accustomed to the absence of sunlight would often begin to draw light in the caverns from the astral vision which began to supersede the ordinary sense of sight. Quite often there were tales of many ghosts, sprites and goblins detected because of the power their sun-deficient vision had.

We may take this a little further: We endeavor to surrender to the Will of God likewise - just as our 'little light' (or lights) within, are immediately taken up by the greater Light without. As individuals we may coast for a while with indifference to the higher and greater powers. In point of fact this nonchalance is lovingly amusing to the beings of Grace who oblige Man in every way they can. However, when he happens upon the selfless act with no mind to himself winning gain from the consequences, the applause and relief is great; because only from this greater determination may a man become as God.

Of course it can be said ipso facto, that God has given to us in every way. He, our Creator (Creator of all Creators), asks only for such acknowledgment that we can meet Him halfway. Down, out from High Heaven, His Being is carried - think of the many and varied creatures, the succession of angelic generations, the curios and the conceived, the wonders that are embodied in more forms than will ever be known by anyone, save God Himself, for the tremendous circumference of His Girth is untravelled.

One must not be afraid when contemplating the many fields beyond the confines of this, our home. The initiate does not venture into Hades only! He becomes a traveler of those places he has frequented already many times before, but not made the journey in full consciousness. It is a little like this: we may pack our bathing costume for a journey to the beach, we may take our wet-wear to the snowy hills, and only have upon us the costume most suited. Well, the initiate takes, as it were, the entire wardrobe: that he might endure also the cold nights on Mars and swim the frozen lake on Neptune, whilst also, equipped with a camera this time, to remember the journey.

After death we are inclined to apportion ourselves to the respective places of interest. As we progressively develop those centers which correspond to the starry terrains without, we shall have personally determined the visas respectively. For some the outgoing journey may be tedious, for if there is no foundation of interest set in life within the world, the individual shall pass through those terrains unconsciously, having no empathy to awaken the soul to further experience.

The initiate prepares to journey in wisdom, respectful of the qualities each and every cosmic 'port of call' does offer. With each circulation he may attempt new places of interest, gleaning new experience every time. There is no point whereupon the adept will tell you that he has 'seen it all'. There are grades of wanderings, yes, but it does seem spurious to entitle them as such.

Space travel (the kind without rocket propulsion) occurs on a daily basis. Incoming souls, outgoing souls, polar-bound souls, associated beings, elemental beings (primarily mineral-based), even the angelic beings of which cloud formations gather around, are transvested out from the stratospherical circulation for regular intervals. The occasional demon that has combined with the soul-remains sloughed, will have entry into the adjoining realms beside this world. We expel also, and in this there are beings/creatures, no longer to be called Men, which are so hostile to this planet they are rebuked and repelled and spat into space. (They are eventually taken up and found homes along the way.)

So when one considers the multiplicity of entities, each bearing the brilliance of their own radiance, it is of great issue to further consider the godliness of all. Further to this we may observe love in action in those men who are in obeisance to the greater determinations: that the Light of lights is respected and acknowledged and received, that we may come to know of much more than ourselves, self-centered.

Beckon me, dear Christ, the Illuminator,
That I may come out from my introversions.

I thank Thee, oh Father God,
For that portion of divinity
Which verily is me!

I am bedazzled by this Eternal Light -
Your Life that swells in me.
And I ask today that I may give
All that I can back to You and to Christ,
And to my beloved: to my brothers.

For this light, now of Love,
Knows the Higher Power,
And is transfused in the Presence,
In an ecstasy of selflessness and gentle being.

Sunday, May 9, 2010

The Three Moments- 18th October 1993

IN those places of sand, there was not always sand, loose-capped and scurrilous, a habitat whipped by a wind that chafes the barren furrow. Hot and haughty, the landscape bleeds into reds and into browns, where once upon the melting hills, foliage had clasped the warm, damp earth and tussled the ground fervently.

In those places hidden beneath the sea there are valleys and roads, once frequented by giant men. In ages long past, these watery hollows now engrossed in fibrous slime, weed and grit and countless shell, these sea-swept terrains were firm earth from which the stars were once viewed, where passionate men pronounced their immortality and that their homelands should be forever protected.

It is inconceivable to ordinary men that great change presents outwardly to all things that comprise our Earth - by this we mean even the passages of local history, amounted and passed with the rising of pertinent passions and the falling with every closure of opportunity.

There are those men who are stimulated to a great passion of purpose, whilst there are those who care not. (To qualify: by 'caring not', is meant specifically as regards Purpose - they fully realize their 'portfolio' in those things meager and readily achievable and are satisfied without presuming greater cause or greater motivation.)

The 'purposeful' drive demands upon a man that he contains the inner tensions, exerting them into those activities remedial to his sense of purpose. In other words, some men may individually recognize the symptoms of the push and the drive that this purpose-fullness promotes inwardly. The tensions so mentioned, carry the tightness of determination, the seizure of readiness, and the energy so summoned as to parley with chance – and thoughtless courageousness, spontaneous and undeniable, because the intentions demand requital and by some measure, promptly. So it goes that whatever the drive be, behind the purpose and the sense of purpose there shall be great tension until it may be resolved in activity - in doing and in being.

However, this is not to suggest that all examples are righteous, warranted or related to the initial design of the purposeful individual. Many battles have been lost before time, when the soldiers spent themselves in premature conflict amongst their own! This is because they had summoned the 'charge' inwardly and could not contain their God-sent strength which poured out amongst each other, to the very contrary of their original will and intention.

The 'three moments' - the past, present and future - as pointed to, explain the lofty tenet of poignant time, that the magistrate of purpose be exercised deftly: that for the arrow to hit its mark it must not fall either side of the proper time.

Esoteric studies do tend to produce impressions in the students which draw their focus back into historical account; particularly in respect and of respect to those significant happenings either of note personally or of worldly importance. It is usual and expected that the beginnings of advancement may overwhelm the student somewhat with mixtures of these past impressions stirring all manner of provocation. However, the feast of historical recall is persuasive. If we look to study the ghosts and their times passed, it is necessary to distinguish the then from the now. This has to be specified, even if it appears 'stern to bow' in the light of former teaching.

You see, you must be warned thoroughly as to the powerful uses your newfound gifts carry. This is the beginning to the formation of direct perceptions, qualified inwardly. All of the students who work to search through the scattered inspirations do so amongst some fully loaded articles - this being the truer and very real meaning to the phrase 'buyer beware!'

It is not that we say: "Here, you may look once to see what we shall now have taken from you", but rather to forever caution the fearless to halt overeagerness and rather attempt slow mastery over that which they desire.

The riches of the past are the most hallowed and revered illusions beyond all others. No matter how good the teacher or how ecstatic the exquisite review, the past is nonetheless, that which has been; and though immortalized in fragments everywhere, it is an illusion best realized as such from the outset. It becomes a necessary discrimination before attempting to enter back into the streams of influence which hold great attraction in heart and desire.

When the confusion is addressed, only then may the student visit the past at will - inwardly in feeling and later in clearer clairvoyance - and draw back sufficiently as to maintain his equanimity with the present.

Forecasting is to be with equal caution. As we have maintained previously: it is to be that Man is empowered with greater envisioning and thereby creating, becoming strong in the will and imagination forthwith; and that this creativity need be tempered with a pure motivation, exercised masterfully with the decorum of precision and good purpose.

If we are to execute that which we would project for ourselves we must be thoroughly prepared for realization. Of course, every detail of the day has been in answer to just such determination, whereupon we personally have projected and met with exactly what we have called upon.

Above all it becomes prudent to acknowledge that the current time we exert ourselves in is most relevant, and need be relevant, no matter. This does not mean that we are so fixed that a man cannot change his circumstances; moreover, that before he may instigate his happiness he must find his true place in time.

The ocean beds may have claimed your home and there is no going back. The wise ancients that you call upon in vision, were marvelous in their special moments, in their prime, in those 'cameo performances', and we may give thanks also to the great souls who have shaped the world thus. However, you will separate yourself from the reality and truth of their current personages if you indeed forget that they too have gone further.

We must allow for such change. It is difficult it is true, to fix and apportion times and events, only to disassemble again and give them over in order to come to the present. This is no small lesson. For there are countless individuals today who are continuing to reincarnate within the same location, within the same race etc. refusing to diversify and ignoring the ways to advancement. Traditions offer much, and yet if the ancestors claim the young, the ghosts are best exorcised and sent away from the present that they challenge.

Why is it that men do not wonder more often what became of our Christ? But instead they are attached to a connection which presumes Him to belong only to the past. The continuity is gone.

There is no denying the massive relevance our holy history entails, but it is right to remind ourselves that we may use the illustrations shown us in the past to illumine the current realities now, and to actively try to incorporate this in our comprehension. That we may pause and reflect and then move on, fully withdrawing ourselves from the impressions of the past. It becomes a true paradox that our relationship with the past must be acknowledged gratefully, and even though it may delay us to frequent our passages of memory, equally it will delay us to ignore them.

We can truly cherish the dear souls that we share company with, without the necessity to explain such rapport by the past. The grand moment is undeniably now.

We cannot afford to invest ourselves in the remains of the past, nor promise eternities naively. We command all moments from the pivot of this present moment and give thanks for the freedom to move out and about, whilst also we are grateful for the firm station in which we are fixed knowingly, resolutely, receiving right now.

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