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I Am the World…(Part 2)

…by Louanne Ellis as published in THE MAIN CENTRAL Jin Shin Jyutsu Newsletter, Number 10, Autumn 1995:

“The next element in this descent from Heaven to Earth is Water. Water covers seven-tenths of the Earth, and fluids represent seven-tenths of our body weight. This is confirming and comforting in our microcosmic/macrocosmic vision. the Earth, including its oceans and atmosphere is the macrocosm for our individual bodies. We see the power of Water as an eroding and cleansing agent. It is the great “solution”, by its capacity to dissolve or contain other elements. It is also balancing in that it will start to deposit instead of dissolve when it becomes too saturated. Water corresponds to our emotional state and is responsive to both Fire and Air. It boils, it bubbles, it freezes, it sublimates, it saturates, it effervesces. Water is an activating agent. When the rains supply the material earth form of seeds with necessary moisture, and when heat is available, growth begins. We see how the mind affects the emotions in the metaphor of wind upon the waves. In the oceans we see the tempering of heat and cold. The waters are so vast that there is maintained a constancy of temperature that changes slowly and only slightly compared to the temperature of the Earth and the atmosphere. As we go deeper into the oceans the temperatures are probably even more constant. What does this tell us about our emotional nature? It is through the emotions that Fire and Air, i.e. anger and worry are modified and evened out through understanding and compassion. I think the ultimate expression of the emotional dimension is forgiveness/acceptance – the ultimate dissolving power. The same two attributes can erode resentment, bitterness and guilt. The waters move rhythmically as determined by the “Moon”. They respond continually, transforming and balancing according to the volume and velocity as we see by the sinuous contours of river beds and shore lines. We also see water as the mediator for heat (masculine) and cold (feminine) that is absorbed by the Earth and circulated by the Winds, originating from the Sun. The element Water corresponds to the 4th Depth. The three Water signs in Astrology are Cancer, Scorpio and Pisces which correspond in Jin Shin Jyutsu to the toe flows Spleen, Kidney and Liver respectively. There is nothing physical that Water does not seem to alter in time, cannot seem to contain, to hold, to buoy up and purify.

The combination of Water and Air together forms clouds that obscure the Sun. Disturbing emotions create weather fronts and storms that appear to separate us from our light, our source. It seems as if the storms are necessary in order to provide for the rain that cleanses and moisturizes the Earth. The rains are vital for growth. Our tears are vital for our own growth, without the storms in our consciousness (resolved emotionally and integrated with our higher self) our essence is dormant. It seems to be the pain of our emotions and attitudes that evolves our consciousness.

The final element is the material world and our Earth, corresponding to the 1st Depth. The three Earth signs are Taurus, Virgo and Capricorn, which correspond in Jin Shin Jyutsu to the finger flows Large Intestine, Small Intestine and Umbilicus respectively. Earth is a regenerating home, a continually responding medium for preservation and gestation. The Earth is warmed by the Sun, cooled by the Winds, activated by the Rains. It is at the level of Earth that the organization of elements provides for materialized life. The four elements symbolize life in manifested form, and – in our solar system – the four seasons and the four directions. Earth corresponds to number four, the materialized world and the realm of material experience for the individual soul.

By observing our world we allow the holographic meaning to expand our awareness. As we observe the Sun we are reminded of the continual outpouring of light from the Creator that sustains our body and our spirit. If we watch the Wind, we will be able to see the way the mind works. If we observe the Waters we can see the power in our emotions. The Earth sustains us physically in continual regeneration, giving birth every Spring to a new cycle of life. The Earth is the arena of our experience. Through its limitations and rules, in a time-space dimension, our consciousness develops. The Earth is an evolutionary agent for our physical, emotional and spiritual growth.”

Louanne Ellis has studied Jin Shin Jyutsu for ten years, astrology for twenty-seven years, and the Qabala and numerology for three years. She teaches in Arizona, Colorado and New Mexico and she welcomes questions and comments.

Thank you, Mary.

Thank you, David.

Thank you, Louanne.


I Am the World…

…by Louanne Ellis as published in THE MAIN CENTRAL Jin Shin Jyutsu Newsletter, Number 10, Autumn 1995:

“Years ago a friend of mine taught me to play a game we called “I Am the World”. At the time I did not know that we were utilizing the same principles as Jungian dream interpretation and the idea of synchronicity. The concept of “as above so below” is important in this “game” and is expanded through the acceptance of a holographic paradigm. We practiced observing ourselves and our lives, searching for meaning, by symbolizing daily phenomena, mundane or otherwise ~ our dreams and our tools ~ cards, astrology, numerology, etc. Now I find that I am using these same techniques to better understand the life principles and metaphysical disciplines which disturb and challenge my mind. In studying Jin Shin Jyutsu, which has led me to the study of Qabala and number symbolism, I have had the opportunity to further my appreciation of “I Am the World”. The following is an extension of this game.

The four elements are the topic, and the expansion is to discover their meaning by observing their physical presence in our lives. This grounds our understanding within a practical and verifiable framework. Through the principle of “as above so below”, we can utilize this information to enrich and integrate our understanding of how the elements function in our Jin Shin Jyutsu practice.

I am using the simple but profound observation of our natural environment, focusing on a macrocosmic level, to reveal the microcosmic correspondences in our individual lives. These correspondences are relevant and integral to the understanding of the elements in our corporal wisdom.

The Sun symbolizes our personal Fire and the Divine. As the vital source of light for our solar system, the Sun is the symbol of the power we attribute to God. It is the ultimate source that we depend on for life. it is the radiance that we know as “infinite”, whose light extends beyond our imagination. And like God, whose name we cannot speak, whose face we cannot see, the Sun would blind us to look at it directly. The personal expression of the solar or spiritual force in our lives is seen as enthusiasm, vision, and vitality. Fire corresponds to both the 6th and 5th Depths. The three Fire signs in Astrology are Aries, Leo and Sagittarius, which correspond in Jin Shin Jyutsu to the chest flows Lung, Heart and Diaphragm respectively.

The element which Solar Fire and Light permeates is the Air. It appears to be continually fluctuating and moving, which we can observe on the water’s surface, in trees and clouds. Air is given the attribute of change and movement, and is associated with the intellect and the mind. Our thoughts and the working of the brain are much like the wind. It is seemingly in constant motion and fluctuation, difficult to still, and certainly is that which ripples the waters of our emotions. It is thought, a  memory, an idea that we most often react to emotionally. So when we see waves and the ripples of a breeze moving across the water, we see the wind as thoughts moving our emotions. We cannot see our thoughts any more than we can see Air; yet we feel them instantly in our bodies and can assume that, like the Air they represent, they ripple through the universe until they encounter a shore of resistance or boundaries that send them reverberating back to their source.  Our breath, as Air, is also connected to the emotional state. If we become frightened or anxious, we are prone to shallow and rapid breathing. Likewise, when anxious, we can calm our emotions by attending to our breath and controlling our thoughts. Air corresponds to the 2nd Depth. The three Air signs are Gemini, Libra and Aquarius which correspond in Jin Shin Jyutsu to the face flows Stomach, Bladder and Gall Bladder respectively.”

To be continued…

Thank you, Mary.

Thank you, David.

Thank you, Louanne.

I’m thinking…

…about judgement



Everything in life holds both a blessing and a curse. We deny this when we label the events of our lives as either good or bad. The following old Zen story illustrates this lesson most effectively.

A farmer had a horse but one day, the horse ran away and so the farmer and his son had to plow their fields themselves. Their neighbors said, “Oh, what bad luck that your horse ran away!” But the farmer replied, “Bad luck, good luck, who knows?”

The next week, the horse returned to the farm, bringing a herd of wild horses with him. “What wonderful luck!” cried the neighbors, but the farmer responded, “Good luck, bad luck, who knows?”

Then, the farmer’s son was thrown as he tried to ride one of the wild horses, and he broke his leg. “Ah, such bad luck,” sympathized the neighbors. Once again, the farmer responded, “Bad luck, good luck, who knows?”

A short time later, the ruler of the country recruited all young men to join his army for battle. The son, with his broken leg, was left at home. “What good luck that your son was not forced into battle!” celebrated the neighbors. And the farmer remarked, “Good luck, bad luck, who knows?”

“Do not judge, and you will never be mistaken.”
— Jean Jacques Rousseau

I’m thinking…

…about the Inner Journey

“For a long time it had seemed to me that life was about to begin — real life. But there was always some obstacle in the way, something to be got through first, some unfinished business, time still to be served, a debt to be paid. Then life would begin. At last it dawned on me that these obstacles were my life.” — Fr. Alfred D’Souza

“Every lesson is a widening and deepening of consciousness. It is a stretching of the mind beyond its conceptual limits and a stretching of the heart beyond its emotional boundaries. It is a bringing of unconscious material into consciousness, a healing of past wounds, and a discovery of new faith and trust.” — Paul Ferrini

Sharing Awareness, Continued

…as contributed to The Main Central Jin Shin Jyutsu Newsletter, Number 9, Summer 1995 issue by Phyllis Singer…

“As Mary points out, the Art of Jin Shin Jyutsu is simply the application of awareness (SH 1, p.7). Mary describes Jin Shin Jyutsu as physio-physiology, physio-psychology, and physio-philosophy. There are three powerful tools Mary hands us in the sharing-awareness of physical, mental and spiritual harmony (SH III, p.41). They are 1) Be the Testimony, 2) Be the Words and 3) Be the Example. From my perspective, these tools represent the physio-physiology (the fruits), the physio-psychology (the trunk) and the physio-philosophy (the roots) (SH I, p.58) of Jin Shin Jyutsu BE IT IS IS, (SH III, p.2).

1) “Why not be your own testimony?” (SH I, p.58). Testimony is the WHAT; the BODY of evidence that attracted so many of us to Jin Shin Jyutsu. It is simple self-help art that allows ordinary people to transform their lives. Why not be our own testimony and apply the art to ourselves daily, or perhaps moment by moment? Jumper cabling enhances our connection to Source and each other. The more I live in the jumper cabling of myself, whether through touch, or simply through thoughts, words or breath, the easier it is for me to share-awareness of Effortless Reality with others. Practical application yields testimonies, the physio-physiology, the fruits of this Art of Benevolence.

2) Be the Words ~ “One is where one’s thoughts are. Thought creates words and words create deeds.” (SH III, p.15). Words create reality, and Mary has been an example of meticulous word usage in her writings and teachings. In her classes she would not only speak of the power of words we use, she would also emphasize honoring whom you are speaking to by using discrimination. In other words, speak to your listener. I ask the Universe to allow me to receive the appropriate words and to know when to say them. This process also helps me to trust the words that come through, instead of prefacing many JSJ conversations with “Mary says”. Lately, a local practitioner replied, “Well, Phyllis says Mary says”. This is a great reminder to be the ongoing process of releasing insecurities, to trust the words coming through, using them with discrimination. From my perspective, words reflect WHERE we are, our MIND. When we are in tune with the One Mind, we can help others. I consider words the TRUNK, the physio-psychology, of this Art of Knowing.

3) Be the Example. I have heard Mary say “An example is worth a thousand words”. Example is creation. We can choose the example we are. Most of us have unconscious behavior which often shapes our actions. Reactive behavior is due to past habits of fearing, and, beyond what is apparent, is totally capable of changing. Over the years I have noticed that many practitioners, including myself, become an example of harmony while jumper cabling others, but are often enticed into fear-based behaviors regarding everyday matters. A breakthrough occurs when that harmony we become while jumper cabling others is made manifest in ordinary existence. Whenever I am around Mary, I smile, filled with awe at the Humble Grace surrounding her. It is clear that one receives the benefit of Jin Shin Jyutsu simply by being in Mary’s presence. Whether she touches or not, I am touched. Her example represents the SPIRITual harmony, the WHO one can be through living the physio-philosophy, the roots, of this Art of Compassion.

It is with deep gratitude that I share this with you; this is simply a perspective of the Truth from someone whose life has been profoundly transformed thought Jin Shin Jyutsu. “Be the Smile.””

Me too, Phyllis. Me too.

Thank you, Master Jiro.

Thank you, Mary.

Thank you, David.

Thank you, Phyllis.

I’m thinking about verse 68 of the Tao…


The best warrior

leads without haste

fights without anger

overcomes without confrontation

He puts himself below and brings out the highest in his men


This is the virtue of not confronting

of working with the abilities you have

of complying with the laws of Heaven


This is the ancient path that leads to perfection


…Verse 68 from “Tao Te Ching”

Lao-Tzu, translated by Jonathan Star
ISBN: 978-158542-618-8

Sharing Awareness

…as contributed to The Main Central Jin Shin Jyutsu Newsletter, Number 9, Summer 1995 issue by Phyllis Singer…

“My beginnings in Jin Shin Jyutsu in 1977 inspired me to write this article. Being a seeker I studied on a friend’s recommendation and a whim. The first day of listening to Mary in class nearly catapulted my skeptical self onto the nearest plane back to Florida. That first night, after class, Mary gave me my first session, and I was hooked.

At that time I was the only JSJ student I knew of in Florida. Applying this Art to others and watching the results gave me faith that this precious Art from Japan, revived by Jiro Murai and delivered to us by Mary Burmeister, was something that would benefit all. However, conveying that was tough, and for the first ten years, I found myself at a loss in sharing the essence of this magnificent Art without directly applying jumper cables.

Of course, living in Cosmic Flow while jumper cabling others expanded my awareness allowing me to see what was blocking me. Jin Shin Jyutsu is invisible, and modern western society has difficulty accepting that which we can’t see, calling it unscientific. Our medicine for decades has almost exclusively focused on the details of disease rather than exploring wholeness/wellness.

The scientific method, which emphasizes proving something, reflects a mass consciousness in our society. Those first ten years of my own limited belief system had me sharing technique and minutia instead of introduction Jin Shin Jyutsu as an Art of living. My ability to share expanded by my consciousness and the question that arose “How do I introduce this Art to a society with habits and attachments to proving, ‘seeing is believing’, the Art of non-preferential listening, feeling and trusting?”

So the question arises, what is the meaning of sharing-awareness? A meaning for “share” is to partake of, use, experience or enjoy with others; meanings for “awareness” are consciousness, realization, perception or knowledge. One understanding of sharing-awareness could be enjoying consciousness with others.

Mary so expertly shares awareness. For instance, in her self-help books she says “Be the Smile”. The origins of “smile” trace back through Middle English to the Old English word smerian, to laugh, and the Latin world, merari, to wonder. She says so much with her simple words that if one desires to research sharing-awareness, there is no need to look any further than Mary’s self-help books. Throughout this article I will refer to Mary’s self-help books. I invite you to read/re-read them.”

To be continued…

Thank you, Master Jiro.

Thank you, Mary.

Thank you, David.

Thank you, Phyllis.


Thoughts on Number 5

Contributed by Louanne Ellis, The Main Central Jin Shin Jyutsu Newsletter, Number 8, Spring 1995.

“The familiar figure drawn by Leonardo da Vinci of a perfectly proportioned man within a circle, suggesting a star, is a classic representation of five as the number of man. Unlike the animals which commonly have four feet on the ground, man is upright with his head as the crown of the star, symbolizing consciousness.

Geometrically, five is the pyramid and signifies elevation above the material and biological plane (numbers one through four). It symbolizes consciousness transcending the four elements, four corners, four seasons and four directions.

Man is distinguished from the animal kingdom by his self-consciousness or awareness, giving him the capacity to adapt. Man, through his consciousness, is able to modify his environment, creatively manipulating materials to meet his needs.

Paul Case, in his book The Tarot, expresses the opinion that adaptation is the meaing of number 5. I think, underlying the concept of adaptation, that number five means the development of consciousness, most specifically the mind, and the potential for transcendence.

Five is the first safety energy lock in the second depth. The first depth corresponds to the element earth, and the four safety energy locks represent the four elements and the building blocks for the manifestation of life. The second depth is ruled by Air, which represents the mind, the intellect and communication. Five, the first safety energy lock on the second depth, is the beginning of this process of self-awareness. The results of this process are keyed into the nature of two, whose name is Wisdom on the Tree of Life. (The Tree of Life is the diagram that contains the symbols and keys to Jewish mysticism, Qabalistic philosophy and the Tarot, which are the sources of the numerical references to colors, planets, musical notes, signs, etc.).

The beginning of wisdom and self-consciousness is shown in Biblical metaphor when Eve eats from the Tree of Knowledge, resulting in the expulsion of man from the Garden of Eden. With self-awareness and self-consciousness comes the realization of “mortality” that I believe is the basis for fear, which Mary (Burmeister) associated with SEL 5. Spiritual growth and the development of consciousness is usually a painful process. Severity is the name of the first essence of number five on the Tree of Life.

The following are the meanings of number five as differentiated through its expression in the four elements in the Tarot: five of wands (fire) – strife, cruelty, violence: five of cups (water) – disappointment in love: five of swords (air) – defeat, loss, malice, spite, slander: five of pentacles (earth) – loss of profession and money. The difficulty represented in the meaning of these cards reflects the growing pains that man experiences in his spiritual evolution. It seems as if we do not spontaneously transcend effortlessly.

The lessons of the soul and the development of consciousness are normally not gained in contentment and harmony. The instinctive desire to survive that motivated early man set in motion the development of the brain and self-knowledge. It has been the struggle for survival, comfort, food, and shelter that has driven our evolution.

The Hierophant, the archetypal symbol of the number five in the major arcana of the Tarot, usually corresponds to the astrological sign of Taurus. It is the sign that signifies our material well-being and survival skills. This connects the meaning of five and the Hierophant to growth, through the challenge to survive or to achieve comfort and pleasure. The Hierophant, or the Pope, is the agent in development which symbolizes the bridge from man to God, most generally associated with the imposition of laws handed down by religions, dictating morality and conscience, which are both attributes distinctly separating man, 5, from the animal kingdom, 4.

In the body, SEL 5 is located on the ankle. This is the area ruled by Aquarius in astrology. Aquarius is a mental, air sign (second depth) whose function is ultimately to connect the mind of man with the mind of God. So again we see a confirmation and connection to the bridge between the meaning of numbers four and five. In Jin Shin Jyutsu, the bridge is between the fourth depth and the sixth depth: the capital B bridge which makes the transition from man with human intelligence to man with cosmic intelligence. The fourth depth represents the individual soul consciousness, and the sixth, the collective consciousness. The fifth depth, which inherently contains the meaning of five, is growth at the level of spirit. All safety energy locks on the fifth depth are designated as “universal’ numbers, because the Hebrew alphabet, as the story of man, is limited to twenty-two. Our English alphabet reflects our consciousness and contains twenty-six letters, which is fascinating in Jin Shin Jyutsu terms.

If SEL 5 is inhibited or blocked, then the individual will have a difficult time energetically meeting the demands of this life. Through facing our fears we liberate our mind and release the energy that will help us learn through our actions who we are. Without discipline and courage, men will truly feel afraid. The rewards of five are strength, and pitfall is fear.

Mars is the ruler of number five on the Tree of Life, and it makes sense that courage and assertiveness (Martian qualities) are required for the process of individuation and the necessary development of the ego. In the most mundane correspondence Mars also rules the instinct for survival and the procreative drive to maintain the species.

It is interesting that the sixteen, which is literally opposed to the five, is by association with Tower, the sixteen card in the Tarot, also ruled by Mars.

The ankles are important in the initiation of energy to transcend the animal kingdom at the fives, and to transcend the human kingdom at the sixteen. The five is the beginning of the second depth and the sixteen is the beginning of the third depth. All the water flows pass through the foot at the five area integrating information and experience at an emotional level for the soul’s growth.”

Louanne Ellis has studied Jin Shin Jyutsu for ten years, astrology for twenty-seven years, and the Qabala and numerology for three years. She teaches in Arizona, Colorado and New Mexico and she welcomes questions and comments.

Thank you, Mary.

Thank you, David.

Thank you, Louanne.

I’m thinking…

…about my judgement


18th OCTOBER 2014

Channeled by Holly Hawkins Marwood
Transcribed by Paul Marwood

“Greetings Dear Ones.

We are the High Council of Orion.

There is much concern and there’s much asking about the troubles in the world and on the planet, where human beings are behaving in many people’s minds inappropriately to one another. Where you can see lots of evidence of what you would say is man’s inhumanity to man. There are decisions being made by big companies and by governments that you would say are out of integrity and not respecting individuals or humanity as a whole. And the results of these decisions affect humans, they affect the planet, they affect governments and so much more.

The blessing we would say of the time in which you live is the Internet, which allows such quick and complete communication, yet it is always hard to get the complete picture and know absolutely the truth. For there is a lot of doubting in the world about anything that’s received in terms of information. Which is wise, for as you know perception is always filtered through that which is perceiving it, so there is no one person or organization who will accurately report anything. There may be a choice in what you prefer to have reported to you, but there is always a perception, a filter, and the bigger the business the bigger the filter is in terms of the point of view that is put forth.

With that being said as one is on the planet receiving this information about many levels of difficult situations from a human perspective on the planet, and particularly in 1st world countries as you call it. Where the world itself looks like survival is not in question, yet there are still many in these first world countries who are struggling to survive. Whether it’s because of violence whether it’s because of poverty whatever it might be, there are many who are suffering on that human level.

And there are many in judgment about that level of suffering. And there are many who cry out to the High Council of Orion and others to ask for help, to just come in and save us from this. We’ve addressed this before in other channelings, but we’re going to take it in a different way this time, for we wish each and every one of you to understand, that peace does not prevail because somebody else finally stops doing one thing to another.

Where you sit in your place of judgment about other people’s actions and say “if only they would stop, then peace would prevail.” When you look at it from a much higher level perspective, and understand really and truly that you live in a field of oneness, and begin to accept that the judgment of others creates a barrier to peace, as those actions of others are a barrier to peace as well. And you could say well “No, I wish for peace and those other people in this other part of the world, need to want the same thing I do,” and understand that you are all part of one collective.

And if you look at this one collective representing the many different ways that energy can project itself out into this dimension, you have a variety of experiences. What we would ask each and every one of you to do is to be in observation of the places that you’re judging the rightness and wrongness, and the goodness and the badness of things happening from the point of view of, “if they would only stop doing that then the world would be peaceful.”

For we’ll ask you to see what you can do to shift your perspective of this extreme level of judgment, for in the judgment you are creating barriers to the experience of oneness energetically in a similar way to those who are inflicting less than ideal energies on others. And while this is a challenging concept as you move forward on your ascension path and begin to really have experiences of oneness.

You will begin to see that all of humanity is feeling those feelings, and there is no separation. For if it is happening to one, it is happening to the all. So your greatest contribution to that, is you releasing the need to judge, and finding the place of peace and love within your own self that you can emanate out in whatever way you can, the best way you can, with love and compassion.

Of course setting boundaries that need to be set in your own world, but within that, instead of emanating judgment and anger and frustration, finding that place of peace within you has this enormous ripple effect out into all of humanity.
For we would share with you that this play of light and dark will not be ending in any short period of time.

Remember what is dark needs to be brought to the light. So you could judge what is happening in terms of evidence that the world is getting worse. And we could also say you could celebrate the uplifting of the things that have been buried in the dark and in ignorance, to be brought out into the light. For things cannot shift and change until they’ve been brought out into the light. And as these things are brought out into the light there is some upset and horror and disgust and humiliation and judgment around it.

Yet the judgment doesn’t change things, but the experience of finding that place of peace within your own life, and being able to connect with it and express it in your world and share it with those in your world through your thoughts and your deeds and your actions and your energy, you begin to ripple that out to allow those changes to happen slowly but surely. It does not happen in an instant, but we also ask you to not under estimate the power of your individual place of peace in shifting the world around you, which by the same token shifts the entire world.

We offered this channeling up this day not to bring people down or to cast blame in any way shape or form, but we want you to feel enlivened and heartened by a way that you can positively contribute when there are things happening that are beyond your scope, beyond your control bigger than you are or more of a global problem. And trusting that the light will prevail not going down the rabbit hole, and perhaps even turning off your TV and stop looking at the Internet if it upsets you.

And this is not to bring in ignorance but this is to bring in peace as a sacred space and the greatest contribution that you can make. This is the place of power and empowerment in contribution that you can make to the goodness of the world. For as we’ve said before and will say again, as non-physical beings we are not allowed to come into your dimension and shift the reality. That is your job to work your way through the reality in which you’ve chosen to be, however we are here to offer up advice from our perspective.

That can help move you more easily and gracefully through this transition time for you do have a place of empowerment and power within this if you know the light will prevail, and if you know your greatest contribution can be connecting in with inner peace and feeling that light within, and what ever way you do as one of your most important tasks and contributions at this time.

Doesn’t that lift your heart and give you that place that you can act from, not feeling victimized by the actions of the others on your planet at this time, who are expressing a different part of this reality drama. Play with peace, play with your point of personal power and see how it shifts your world.

Be Blessed.

We are the High Council of Orion.”

© 2014 Copyright Holly Hawkins Marwood

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