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Mantra Yoga provides us a means to understand sacred sound from the perspective of a tradition that has taken it beyond mysticism into an organized and codified spiritual science. Mantra Yoga includes a study of the qualities inherent in sound itself, through which words and meanings are either properly shaped or deformed. It shows how sounds impact the nervous system, mind and heart, and how we can modify them to improve our lives. Regardless of which background or tradition you may personally follow, the insights provided in Mantra Yoga can be of enormous value to enable you to manifest your destiny creatively, effectively and completely through understanding the power of the Word.
The energetics of sound discussed from the standpoint of Mantra Yoga can help you understand the sounds that you are setting in motion in your own life, and what their likely impact is going to be. The methods of Mantra Yoga can help you apply mantra and sacred sound in a practical manner, just as you can use Yoga asanas or pranayama to improve your health and awareness. While most of what is taught here is placed in the context of the Yoga tradition, Ayurvedic medicine and Vedic science, these teachings have a relevance to the whole of life. Mantra Yoga can take your Yoga or meditation practice to a higher level, but it is also helpful in terms Of any healing arts for body or mind, and for any literary or philosophical pursuits.
Mantra is a tool for connecting us with the spiritual wisdom and the energy of consciousness hidden in the universe as a whole. Mantra is a doorway to an awareness that exists beyond all limited bits of information or technical knowledge. Mantra summarizes an inner view of reality as a play of consciousness that can instantly comprehend the whole, grasping-the totality in a single point focus of direct perception and immediate experience. The universe itself is ultimately an expression of a single mantra or vibratory sound energy.
Mantra in the yogic sense relates to the prime energies, ideas, principles or archetypes of the cosmic intelligence that directs the forces of nature and the movements of our own minds and hearts. Mantra is part of a universal language rooted in sound, image, number and symbol, reflecting a ‘cosmic thinking’ beyond the preconceptions and biases of human thought. Mantra functions according to the inner mathematics of cosmic Jaw, It serves to link our individual intelligence with the greater intelligence that pervades all space, extending our awareness into the Infinite and Eternal. To chant a mantra at a deeper yogic level is to think with the entire universe and to access the wisdom and experience of all beings.
There are mantric sounds that can awaken the higher potentials of the brain and change the flow of energy in the nervous system. Each one of us has a unique sound pattern that sustains all that we do, and allows our energies to move and grow or stagnate and decline. Unless we learn to harmonize our inner sound vibrations, our lives will likely remain in disharmony and suffering. Mantra is the most important tool for attuning our bodies and minas to their proper resonance, which is not with the outer world, but with the Divine presence that constitutes our own deepest Self.
All over the world we find traditions of special words of power, magical phrases or secret codes that can unlock the great mysteries of life otherwise unapproachable to the human mind. Such traditions occur in religion, occult sciences, mysticism, shamanism, and almost every known spiritual path. Poetry, literature and philosophy worldwide similarly recognize the power of the word, sound or prime concept to influence and move us at a very deep level. While accessing the cosmic powers may not be “as simple as repeating “a phrase like ‘open sesame’, there are key sounds and words that can dramatically reveal new vistas of insight and energy within us.
While the Yoga practitioners of India have developed sacred sound into an extensive science of mantra as discussed in detail in the following chapters, it is important to note that the tradition of the transformative power of ‘the Word’ is universal. What makes the yogic approach so important and compelling is that it looks at the power of sound and the Word in an experiential manner as part of a sacred approach to the whole of life and consciousness.
The Judea-Christian tradition starts with God creating the universe through the Word: “Let there be light,” and there was light. The New Testament ponders, “In the beginning was the Word.” The monastic history of Christianity includes prayer, chant and formalized words of meditation. Church services frequently include responsive chants of ‘Amen’. The Jewish Kabala has mystic syllables and explains the Hebrew alphabet in a similar way relative to cosmology as the Yoga tradition does the Sanskrit alphabet. Sufism relies on the power of oft repeated prayers and Divine names to bring life into harmony with the Spirit.
Taoism has an important tradition of healing sounds for body and mind that are used in Taoist Yoga and traditional Chinese medicine. Buddhism has its own rich tradition of mantras, particularly in the Buddhist Tantras and in Tibetan Buddhism. These are largely Sanskrit mantras and include many of the same mantras as in the Hindu Yoga tradition mentioned in this book, Shamanic healing from all over the world invokes healing powers through chant and prayer, with diseases expelled in its rituals through the use of an emphatic phrase or mantra. We find traditions of sacred sound III all ancient cultures from Egypt and Babylonia to India, China and the Americas, as the ancient world lived more closely to the magic of the Divine Word.
Many traditions teach that if you know the Name of something you can gain mastery over it. This is an expression of the occult, mystical sense of being able to create the vibration or resonance of the object to fully identify with it. It is not the outer name, such as we find in a dictionary, which grants this power but the inner Name that is a mantric vibration. There is a sound code or vibratory pattern behind the universe itself, embedded in the fabric of existence that holds the intelligence, information and energy forms through which all processes of life operate. Connecting to this universal vibration is the basis for the yogic pursuit of mantra.
Yet apart from the mysticism of mantra, there is a practical side to mantra that is also gaining wide recognition today. Mantra as a term has entered into languages worldwide. Mantra is now commonly used to indicate a key word or phrase employed by various groups or individuals to summarize their views or relate their prime focus. This practical idea of mantra fits in well with the computer age, in which complex information is passed on in concentrated data bits that connect us to wider fields of knowledge and energy. It is what we could call ‘the mantric approach of information technology’. A rnantric like condensation of knowledge has become essential to modern communication and higher education. It is the ancient basis of the ‘power point’ presentation among many other such concentrated teaching devices.
The power of the Word is easily seen in our everyday lives as the words help create the environment within which we live, for good or ill. Road rage is frequently accompanied by expletives and the pent up energy behind them frequently breaks out in fights, tension and traffic accidents. Political rallies and sports competitions use key phrases and chants to’ create a mass energy to stimulate action and bring about victory, to get the crowd involved as it were, which can have positive or negative effects on a large scale.
The mass media world relies on key words, slogans and advertising phrases. Such short statements become the news stories in brief and can impact public opinion and sentiment globally, affecting· us at subconscious and conscious levels. These concentrated sound messages are all mantras or power words of sorts. Through the science of Mantra Yoga, we can navigate our way through the influences of the dominant words reverberating around us to a higher truth, discerning the sounds that weigh down our consciousness from those that elevate it.
The reality behind these sacred or mundane uses of words of power is that words carry energy, creating and embodying the inner essence and forms of manifestations in the world. Each outer object has its own characteristic sound vibration that sustains it. Our own bodies, minds and hearts have their own characteristic sound patterns, which in turn are affected by the spectrum of sounds around us.
The 36 Yakshinis – While the information has been posted here we strictly advice the sadhak/upasak to follow the necessary rituals of initiation and work under supervision of your Guru for any new sadhana..
A Yakshini is a species of supernatural entity, in some ways similar to a fairy. A Yaksha is male, a Yakshini female. In the Uddamareshvara Tantra36 of these beings are described, together with their mantras and ritual prescriptions. By soliciting their aid various powers are said to accrue to the devotee.
Uddamareshvara is a name of Lord Shiva and means “Lord of the Extraordinary”. His retinue consists of a host of disreputable beings, fiends, ghouls, &c. which he has forced into his service.
Yakshas and Yakshinis are attendants or servitors of Lord Kubera, who has all the earth’s treasure within his domain. A similar list is given in theTantraraja Tantra. There it is said that they are givers of whatever is desired, each having 2 arms, fair bodies, wearing fine clothing of different hue, young and wanton, adorned with garlands of flowers, smeared with orpiment. Alternative mantras from this tantra are formed as follows: Hrim Shrim Nityadrave Mada …. (name of Yakshini) Shrim Hrim.
(1) Vichitra (The Lovely One): The mantra is to be inscribed on the bark of a fig tree, and should be recited 20,000 times. A sacrifice into a fire should be made of white flowers with wine and clarified butter. The mantra reads Om Vichitre Chitrarupini Me Siddhim Kuru Kuru Svaha. She bestows all desires.
(2) Vibhrama (Amorous One): The mantra should be written with dust from the cremation ground at night time. One should be naked. She should be worshipped with ghee, camphor and the mantra should be recited 20,000 times. Om Hrim Vibhrame Vibhramangarupe Vibhramam Kuru Rahim Rahim Bhagavati Svaha.
(3) Hamsi (Swan): The rite should be performed at the outskirts of a city. Lotus leaves and ghee should be used, and the mantra is to be recited 10,000 times. Om Drim Namo Hamsi Hamsavahini Klim Klim Svaha. She reveals the whereabouts of buried treasure, and grants an unguent with which one may see through solid objects.
(4) Bhishani (Terrifying): The ritual is to be performed at the junction of 3 paths. The mantra is to be recited 10,000 times. Camphor and ghee are to be used as the offering. Om Aim Drim Mahamode Bhishani Dram Dram Svaha.
(5) Janaranjika (Delighting Men): The mantra is to be recited at night 20,000 times under a Kadamba tree. Camphor, sandalwood and ghee are employed. Om Hrim Klim Janaranjike Svaha. She gives great good fortune and happiness.
(6) Vishala (Large Eyed): Inscribe the mantra on tamarind bark. Recite it 10,000 times. Offer 100 leaves, flowers and ghee. Om Aim Hrim Vishale Stram Strim Ehyehi Svaha. She gives the alchemical elixir.
(7) Madana (Lustful): Recite the mantra 10,000 times next to the gateway of a pure king. Offer with the sap from jasmine flowers. Om Hrim Madane Madanavidambini Alaye Sangamam Dehi Dehi Shrim Svaha. She gives a cure-all pill.
(8) Ghanta (Bell): Recite 20,000 times before a beautiful bell. Om Aim Drim Purim Kshobhaya Prajah Kshobhaya Bhagavati Gambhirasvapne Svapne Svaha. She gives the ability to enchant the world.
(9) Kalakarni (Ears Adorned with Kalas): Recite the mantra 10,000 times, offer 100 blades of grass together with wine. Om Hum Kalakarni Thah Thah Svaha. Success in recitation brings a shakti.
(10) Mahabhaya (Greatly Fearful): Seated on a pile of bones, do the ritual in a shmashana. Recite the mantra 10,000 times. Success brings protection from disease. Om Drim Mahabhaye Prem Svaha. She gives freedom from fear and the secret of alchemy, also freeing one from grey hair and signs of old age.
(11) Mahendri (Greatly Powerful): Success in the mantra means the person is able to fly and go anywhere. Perform it near a Tulsi plant when a rainbow is present. Om Hrim Mahendri Mantrasiddhim Kuru Kuru Kulu Kulu Hamsah Soham Svaha. One obtains Patala Siddhi.
(12) Shankhini ( Conch Girl ): Perform at sunrise, using Karavira flowers and ghee. Success brings fulfilment of any desire. Om Hrim Shankhadharini Shankhadharane Dram Drim Klim Shrim Svaha.
(13) Chandri (Moon Girl): Her sadhana is as (12) above.
(14) Shmashana (Cremation Ground Girl ): A pure person should recite her mantra 40,000 times in the shmashan. He or she should be completely naked, smeared with ash of the cremation ground. She gives treasure, destroys obstacles, and one is able to paralyse folk with a mere glance. Om Dram Drim Shmashana Vasini Svaha.
(15) Vatayakshini: The rite should be done at night, at the junction of 3 paths, next to a fig tree. She gives the secrets of alchemy, celestial gems and clothes. The mantra is to be recited 30,000 times. She also gives a divine and magical unguent. Om Shrim Drim Vatavasini Yakshakulaprasute Vatayakshini Ehyehi Svaha.
(16) Mekhala (Love Girdle): If the practitioner goes to the root of Madhuka tree in blossom on the 14th day of the lunar cycle, and pronounces her mantra, a magical unguent is obtained which accomplishes all. Om Drim Hum Madanamekhalayai Madanavidambanayai Namah Svaha.
(17) Vikala: Recite the mantra for 3 months. Be in a hidden place. She yields the desired fruit. Om Vikale Aim Hrim Shrim Klim Svaha.
(18) Lakshmi (Wealth): Make a fire in one’s own home, using red scented blossoms and reciting the mantra 10,000 times. She gives Lakshmi Siddhi, the secrets of alchemy, and heavenly treasure. Om Aim Hrim Shrim Lakshmi Kamaladharini Hamsah Soham Svaha.
(19) Malini ( Flower Girl ): Recite the mantra at a crossroads 10,000 times. She gives Khadga Siddhi, which means being able to stop any weapon. Om Drim Om Namo Malini Stri Ehyehi Sundari Hams Hamsi Samiham Me Sangabhaya Svaha.
(20) Shatapatrika ( 100 Flowers ): The mantra should be recited in a wood. A fire is to be made, and 100 blossoms cast therein. Om Drim Shatapatrike Dram Drim Shrim Svaha.
(21) Sulochana (Lovely Eyed): Recite 30,000 times on a riverbank. A fire is to be built, and ghee and other pleasant substances offered. This gives Paduka Siddhi, enabling one to travel at great speed through the aethers. Om Dram Klim Sulochane Siddhim me Dehi Dehi Svaha.
(22) Shobha: Wear red clothes. Repeat the mantra on the 14th day. The Devi gives the power of full enjoyment and the appearance of great beauty. Om Drim Ashoka Pallava Karatale Shobhane Shrim Kshah Svaha.
(23) Kapalini (Skull Girl): She gives Kapala Siddhi. Recite her mantra 20,000 times, offering boiled rice and various other pleasant foods. She gives the power to go anywhere in the aethers in one’s sleep, and also to go to any great distance away. Om Kapalini Dram Drim Klam Klim Klum Klaim Klaum Klah Hamsah Soham Sa Ka La Hrim Phat Svaha.
(24) Varayakshini: At a riverbank recite her mantra 50,000 times. A fire is to be lit and ghee and other fragrant things cast into it. Om Varayakshini Varayaksha vishalini Agaccha Agaccha Priyam me Bhavatu Haime Bhava Svaha.
(25) Nati (Actress): Having gone to the root of a fine Ashoka tree, make a circle using sandal oil. One is to be naked, pronouncing the mantra 1000 times, and offering the rasa to the yakshini. The worship is done at night. The Nati gives hidden treasure, an alchemical unguent, and the power of mantra yoga. Her mantra is Om Drim Nati Mahanati Rupavati Drim Svaha.
(26) Kameshvari: For a month the mantra is to be recited 3000 times at each twilight. Make a fire, cast into it flowers, incense, food &c. At midnight the Devi comes and has intercourse, and gives gems, clothes, secrets of alchemy and the alchemical substance itself. Om Hrim Agaccha Agaccha Kameshvari Svaha.
(27) (28) The text states these have already been described. (?)
(29) Manohara (Fascinating): On a beautiful pleasant river bank the mantrin is to make a circle using sandal oil. The mantra is to be pronounced 10,000 times. Om Hrim Sarvakamada Manohare Svaha.
(30) Pramoda (Fragrant): For one month rise at midnight, pronounce the mantra 1000 times. Om Hrim Pramodayai Svaha.
(31) Anuragini (Very Passionate): Using kumkum draw an image of a beautiful Devi on birch bark. Invoke the Devi therein, worshipping her with flame, incense, flowers &c. Then recite the mantra 1000 times. Do this for one month at the 3 twilights. At midnight She comes, showering the sadhaka daily with one thousand golden coins. Om Anuragini Maithunapriye Yakshakulaprasute Svaha.
(32) Nakhakeshi: Go naked and with dishevelled hair to the side of the house, and for 21 days do the worship at night. At midnight she comes, yielding her fruit. Om Hrim Nakhakeshike Svaha.
(33) Bhamini: Recite her mantra for 3 days whenever there is an eclipse from the period of contact to departure of the eclipse. She yields a very wonderful unguent. If smeared with this, then women are allured and one finds treasure. Om Hrim Yakshini Bhamini Ratipriye Svaha.
(34) Padmini is said to be included in (35) below.
(35) Svarnavati: Make a circle using sandal oil at the root of a fig tree. Offer food and so forth to the Yakshini. Recite the mantra every day for a lunar month. Recite the mantra 1000 times daily. Then she comes, giving Anjana Siddhi. Om Hrim Agaccha Agaccha Svarnavati Svaha.
(36) Ratipriya (Fond of Love): Make an image of a golden Devi on cloth, writing one’s own name inside. The image should be very alluring, covered in beautiful jewels. Offer red flowers, recite her mantra 1000 times for 7 days. The 25th day after the worship starts she comes at night. Om Hrim Ratipriye Svaha.
At heart a Shakta, outwardly a Shaiva, in gatherings a Vaishnava, in thus many a guise the Kaulas wander on earth - Kaula Upanishad
The Indian tradition has a multitude of spirits occupying the three worlds. Many are the servants of Lord Shiva , and some have been pressed into the tantrik cause, as spirits which can, for example, solve all your financial problems or find that perfect lover.
Below are some examples. The chetakas appear in Tantrarajatantra, an encyclopaedic work of Shri Vidya. There is an English abstract in print, prepared by Sir John Woodroffe. However, Sir John plays down the multitude of magical operations contained in this work and in the commentary in print.
The 64 Chetakas
These are servitors of Shiva, akin to elementals. Once drawn into service, they require nourishment. You have to keep this work force happy if you take them on.
They are (1) Amorous One (2) Vehicle (3) Heroic One (4) Separator (5) Angry One (6) Poet (7) Roaring like a Lion (8) Very Noisy (9) Beautiful Necked One (10) Ape (11) Deceitful One (12) Cat Eyed One (13) Dancing Cat (14) Boy (15) Bird (16) Originator (17) Peacock (18) Auspicious (19) Terrific (20) Tiger Faced (21) 6 Faced (22) Elephantine (23) Mover in the Night (24) Seizer of Poison (25) Lupine (26) Buffalo (27) Elephant Faced (28) Beast Face (29) Elephant Mouthed (30) Tremulous (31) Lucky Gemstone (32) Plaything (33) Lion Faced (34) Eagle (35) Heron Faced (36) Crow (37) Horse Faced(38) Great Bellied One (39) Big Bodied (40) Deformed (41) Beautiful (42) Restless (43) Cockerel (44) Sorcerer ( 45 ) Love’s Lassitude ( 46 ) Deluder (47) Long Shanked (48) Gross Toothed (49) 10 Faced One (50) Beauteous (51) Damager (52) Cruel One (53) Bear (54) One with Bristles (55) Fraud (56) Crooked One (57) God of Death (58) Servant (59) Cheat (60) Rogue (61) Devourer (62) Fear Inspirer (63) Accomplished One (64) One who goes Anywhere.
In hypnotherapy, body language is used to help build rapport, in the same way as in counseling, the clients body language is observed during the awake state, and is also extremely important when the person is in trance state. The clients body language can indicate bodily responses to the hypnosis, flickering eye lids may indicate that the person is coming up in trance levels, and deepening techniques can be used, when a client is in deep trance their skin will change colour, often taking on a greyish or pale colour, their features will be very soft and relaxed, the mouth will be slightly open, breathing is observed as this also indicates the trance state of the client, shallow, even breathing can indicate they are in a very deep state, and rapid breathing may indicate discomfort. The body can reveal much about internal states.
Divinity conducts body Language and Face Reading Workshops across India
Body language is the hidden language we communicate with, it is estimated that between 60% and 93% of our total communication is non-verbal. Have you ever wondered why when you meet someone and speak to them, you at times walk away and think I don’t know what it was but there was something not quite right?
Generally you are picking up on the person’s body language, which did not match their words. Much of what we put down to intuition about someone may have its roots in the body language we have picked up from them. Most of our body language communicates very much on an unconscious level.
I live in Chennai, where I have been practising hypnotherapy and counselling, and have completed the study of Colour therapy, NLP, Vedic Astrology, Vastu and so on… I have found it interesting to see that body language plays a major role in Counselling, NLP and Hypnotherapy. Without the careful observation of body language these modalities would not have the same power.
Divinity organizes Face Reading & Body Language workshops frequently across India
You may have already experienced past-life memories without being aware that many of your present experiences reflected events and emotions from your past lives. Look at the experiences in your present life that could be reflections or influences of events from some of your past lives. Look for any instances where your feelings or reactions seemed inappropriate to the present circumstances.
In your journal, write down a few déjà vu feelings you’ve already experienced and what inspired them. Note the initiating experience in this life that triggered your déjà vu feeling , and what your present feelings and reactions are to the situation. This forms the basis to determine whether the déjà vu feeling comes from a past-life memory or a present –life memory.
After you’ve established the basis for your déjà vu feeling, and if your feeling indicates that if it could be a past-life memory, enter an Alpha level and trace the past life memory by what is occurring in the present. When the associated memory surfaces, it brings insight and understanding into the present situation and your feelings about it. In your journal, write down everything you become aware of in your déjà vu meditation.
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Remembering your past lives is a richly rewarding adventure. Your journey into the past will offer you insights into the present and glimpses into the future. Your journey will lead you on an exploration and discovery of your past lives, and on a quest for inner truth and knowledge. Your search will take you to the heights of awareness, and will show you the essence of your soul. Your journey will open up avenues for you to explore, and will show your paths you’ve traveled before.
You’ll be introduced to your imagination and to the images in your mind, and you’II discover your dreams. Your imagination will reveal your innermost secrets, and will offer you gifts of insight and trust. Your dreams will show you the real world within yourself, and will give you answers to all your questions. You’II take a trip into foreign countries and past-life places, as you visit their civilizations and view their cultures.
Along the way, you’II get to know your inner self, who will be your constant companion and confidant, and who will teach you how to listen to and trust yourself. You’II discover a special place within yourself where you experience harmony and feel the joy of just being who you are. Your inner self will lead you to your true spiritual nature by showing you doorways and giving you the key to knowledge.
You’II reunite with higher self, who its your oldest, dearest, and most of your friend. Your higher self will be your guide through most of your past-life memories and will lead you toward your destiny and the discovery of your purpose. Your higher self will hold your hand as you walk through understanding and balancing your karma. Your higher self will show you the world of truth and knowledge within yourself, and will help you step up into the spiritual realms of awareness, as you reach for enlightenment.
And now it’s up to you to walk into the world of self-awareness and spiritual knowledge, and to explore and experience your truth. As you begin to travel the rainbow that journeys into your soul, follow your own path of awareness that leads you to finding the treasure at the end of the rainbow.
Déjà Vu: you’ve been here before
Déjà vu can provide you with the awareness that you’ve already remembered pieces from some of your past lives. Deja uv is a feeling of having been somewhere before, or of having experienced something before. When you have a feeling of déjà vu, it feels like something is familiar, but you can’t quite recall where you’ve felt the feeling, and you can’t exactly place where you’ve had the experience. A feelings of déjà vu can reveal a past-life memory or it can be a reflection of an earlier experience in this lifetime.
One of the first steps in remembering your past lives is to clearly distinguish your past life memories from your present life memories. Deja uv doen’t discriminate between the past and the present as it opens up your memories, and will offer you both past and present images and feelings. It leaves the choice up to you to decide whether the memory is from your present life or from one of your past lives. When you find yourself in a situation that feels familiar, pay special attention to your feelings. Your feelings will connect you with the origin of the memory.
Present – life memories inspired by déjà vu show themselves with a stronger sense of familiarity, and a feeling that the memory is only a thought away from recognition. Past-life memories triggered by déjà vu bring forth a somewhat vague feeling of knowing you’ve experienced this before, coupled with questions that are prefaced with how, where why, or when, that offer elusive answers.
As you encounter déjà v situations that seem reminiscent of a past life, keep in mind that your memories ca originate from both your present life and your past lives, and are most often triggered by similarities in the situations. The most typical example of déjà vu is when you find yourself responding to a situation with an uncanny feeling that this has occurred before.
Feelings of déjà vu can originate from a dream you’ve had, a movie you’ve seen, a book you’ve read, or from something some one has described to you or told you about before. When the déjà uv situation occurs, it feels familiar because you were already aware of it, but it was conscious senses of intuition and telepathy, or from a premonition or a precognition, where you have previous psychic knowledge of an event.
Feelings of déjà vu can be indicative of past-life memories, but look deeper within the feeling to discover if it originates from your present life or from a past life. Going through déjà vu feelings with a fine – tooth comb will help you differentialte between a past life memory and your earlier present memories. This lets Beta know you’re serious about opening up your inner knowledge.
Look at déjà vu situations you’ve previously encountered by viewing your experience as being a possible piece of one of your past lives. Déjà vu can be one of those fleeting fragments that first appear when you begin to open up your memories. Beginning with something you’ve experienced before provides you with a firm footing that helps you determine the direction you take in remembering your past lives. Keep an open mind as you look for the truth. This helps you separate and sort out your feelings. Notice how you feel about the previous déjà vu situation now, and see if you recognize the past in the present.
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