Align Podcast

Welcome to the Align Podcast, hosted by me, Aaron Alexander. This is a place where we focus on optimizing your mind, body, and movement through exploring unconventional approaches and unique viewpoints on all things health, wellness, and life. I'm joined by top wellness experts and world-renowned thought-leaders, including Byron Katie, Bruce Lipton, Aubrey Marcus, Jim Kwik, Marriane Williamson, Ben Greenfield, Robb Wolf, Shawn Stevenson, Abel James, Mark Sisson, Wim Hof, James Clear, Zach Bush, Gabby Reece, and many more. Get ready for deep conversations that open you up to new perspectives and ways of life that will ultimately take your mental, physical, and emotional wellness to the next level. If you love this podcast, I would love for you to connect with me on Instagram, @alignpodcast.
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Jul 8, 2020

In this episode of the Align Podcast, I chat with Jamie Kilstein who is the host of the Fuckups Guide to Self-Help, as well as a well-known stand-up comic and Jai Jitsu fighter.

Jamie shares the root of his humor, why weirdness is something you should accept and love about yourself, and his journey towards building more self-awareness. Plus, we dive into the divide in our country when it comes to social movements and political stances and how harsh each side can be towards each other. 

What We Discuss: 

Jai Jitsu 

Controversial comedy 

Accepting your weirdness


Why the US is so divided right now

Being a political flipflopper 

Online fighting 


Find more from Jamie:

Podcast: A Fuckups Guide to Self-Help

Instagram: @thejamiekilstein

Twitter: @jaimiekilstein

Joe Rogan: #1031

Jul 2, 2020

We are a species that–whether we want to face it or not–is on it’s way to becoming extinct and this earth will carry on with or without us. So the great question Michael and I explore in this conversation is how can we pull ourselves back from all the noise so that we are able to hear the signal? Michael believes the answer to this question is shifting the way we live by reverting back to ancient ways, techniques, and worldly views. What does that mean? Download now to find out more.

Michael is a social entrepreneur focused on building movements for social impact. As a Fulbright Scholar, he studied community-building strategies in Sri Lanka, where he lived and researched for two years. As a member of the Board of Directors of Sarvodaya USA Michael worked intimately with Sri Lanka's largest social movement and NGO, Sarvodaya, serving 11 million people across 15,000 villages. Since that time he has traveled and worked to build global movements.


What we discuss:

The collective vs. Individual way of living: 6:00

Shifting the way we live to preserve humanity: 20:00

Michaels shamanic experience: 34:00

Using psychedelics 37:00

RIghts of passage: 42:00


Find more from Michael:

Instagram: @michaeltrainer

Podcast: Peak Mind 

Jun 25, 2020

In this episode of the Align Podcast, I am joined by Harry Grammer, who is by far one of the most important figures I have had on the podcast and one of the most important conversations I have ever shared.

Harry discusses the primary roots of oppression, injustice, and racism that exists in the United States. There are a lot of layers. It’s not as simple as putting one blanket statement on a cardboard box and going out and yelling about it. There is a deep injustice happening among our fellow human beings and it is our duty to uncover it.

Harry is an activist, scholar, and poet and founder of New Earth, an organization playing an integral part in reforming the juvenile justice nationwide system. In 2017, Harry was honored as a CNN Hero and in 2018 selected as an inaugural Obama Foundation Fellow.

Harry is an invaluable character with invaluable information to share. I hope my conversation with Harry will help you begin to peel back the layers.

What we discuss:

  • African American, people of color, or black? 4:30
  • The appropriate response for white people during this movement: 6:30
  • The difference between the BLM Movement and BLM organization: 13:30
  • How oppression and prejudice are highly adaptable: 16:00
  • The issues of our prison system: 18:30
  • Defunding the police: 24:00
  • Is posting on Instagram enough action? 28:30
  • Must-read books and must-see movies: 30:30
  • The history of Jim Crow: 35:30
  • The progress made between 1865 and now: 40:30
  • Our justice system is a scary beast: 49:30
  • How do we stop “othering” each other?: 53:30
  • The Pygmalion Effect: 55:00
  • My experience with being arrested 1:01:00
  • Henry’s perspective on the system and how it needs to change: 1:04:00
  • How to can we support the movement? 1:20:00

Find more from Harry:

Harry's TedTalk

Jun 18, 2020

If you think you’ve heard everything Max Lugavere has to say about the Genius Life, I’m guessing you haven’t heard this. We go deeper than his brand-new book and take a look into how Max lives his personal Genius Life. We not only discuss his brand-new book, The Genius Life, but also dive into how he has navigated through the events of 2020, the music he creates (did you know he’s a musician?), and all things mind and body because that’s what this podcast is all about.

Max Lugavere is a filmmaker, health and science journalist and the author of the New York Times best-seller Genius Foods: Become Smarter, Happier, and More Productive While Protecting Your Brain for Life, as well as The Genius Life: Heal Your Mind, Strengthen Your Body, and Become Extraordinary, which is his newest book. He is also the host of the #1 Apple Podcasts Health podcast, The Genius Life.

What we discuss:

How posting only your “best side” can be a form of violence to others 4:30
Max’s experience navigating through the coronavirus: 8:00
Statistics on obesity: 18:00
What inflammation does to your body: 20:30
The three H’s that define good health: 28:00
Common nutrient deficiencies: 29:45
Max’s personal journey as a musician: 34:00
Dealing with trauma: 49:00
Mastering your voice: 55:00

Find more from Max:


Instagram: @maxlugavere

Book: The Genius Life

Podcast: The Genius Life Podcast

Jun 10, 2020

Let's talk about Black Lives Matter.

Some people believe protesting and posting on social media is the most effective way to bring about change in our country, although I believe the most effective way is to become better educated on exactly what is happening, as well as have open dialog and honest conversations to help better understand.

In this episode of the Align Podcast, I'm joined by Robert Fergusson who shares his experience growing up as an African American with the racism and injustice in our country. He also shares his approach to supporting the movement and his best advice for how we can make an actual change.

I cannot thank Robert enough for providing me with a new perspective on the movement. I hope you enjoy the conversation and find it as beneficial as much as I did.

Jun 3, 2020

In this episode of the Align Podcast, I chat with fitness influencer, Nimai Delgado, who shares his interesting journey through life from being an American raised in a Hindu community to becoming one of the most prominent vegan bodybuilders in the industry.

We begin our conversation discussing the foundations of Hinduism and Niami’s view on God. Niami explains what it was like growing up in Southern America as a Hindu and how he made a personal shift from, “sharing less to fit in more” to embracing his full self. We also dive into his journey from being a vegetarian, to actively deciding to never eat animal products again. Niami explains common mistakes vegan’s make, as well as his best advice for thriving on a plant-based diet.

After listening, you will not only be left with greater knowledge on a vegan diet, but you will also be left with a new perspective on embracing your difference in a world where you feel pressure to follow the norm.

Find more from Nimai:

Instagram: @nimaidelgado

Youtube: Nimai Delgado

Podcast: Generation V


May 26, 2020

In this conversation with Lindsey Simcik, we dive into the simple practices Lindsey incorporates into her life for connecting deeper with her higher self. She gives a beautiful explanation for each practice and provides you with a clear guide on how to implement these practices into your daily life. We touch on the topics of overwhelm, releasing feelings, finding tranquility, and being authentic. As well as discusses the practices of shadow work, channeled writing, gratitude, and vision boards. If you’re looking to develop a new daily routine for connecting with your higher self, you will leave this conversation with countless ideas as to how to do so.


What we discuss: 

Overwhelm: 0:30 

Shadow Work: 8:30

Releasing feelings and finding tranquility 12:00

Channeled writing: 16:00

Finding a daily habit that connects you to your higher self: 19:30

Gratitude practice: 22:00

Vision boards: 27:00

Embodying how expansive you are 30:30

Communicating authentically: 37:00

Being 100% yourself in relationships 40:30


Find more from Lindsey:

Podcast: | @almost30podcast

Instagram: @lindseysimcik



May 19, 2020

In this episode of the Align podcast, special guest Mike Wasilisin talks about the power of embracing pain. We chat about how everyone has the ability within them to achieve whatever it is they want to achieve and how everyone can live an unbelievable life that is free from pain. But in order to get there, we need to endure the pain, as it's a necessary part of growth, both physically and mentally. So instead of avoiding the pain, we need to steer towards it to live the life we want for ourselves.

Mike is the founder of MoveU, a step by step method for helping you develop positional presence, a state of whole-body symmetry where you’re constantly observing, and correcting your body’s position with your muscles to achieve balance and strength.

Prior to MoveU, Mike had a clinical practice that led him to work around the clock, with no room for a personal life. Realizing this isn’t the life he wanted for himself, he dedicated every free moment to building the life he truly wanted that allowed him to commit to his higher purpose: inspiring the world to transform pain into a powerful mind and body.

Find more from Mike: 


May 11, 2020

In this episode of the Align podcast, I chat with returning guest Dr. Christian Gonzalez on the happenings in the world right now. We discuss:

  • Are the numbers screwed? And why are they screwed?

  • Are face masks actually effective?

  • Is quarantining the best solution flattening the curve?

  • Is a vaccine the ultimate solution?

  • Is over-sanitizing helping or hurting our immunity?

  • What are alternative measures we can be taking to strengthen our immunity?

  • Why is our free speech being taken away?

It’s important to note this is a conversation and not to be taken as hard facts. Now more than ever it is important for you to question everything you hear, do your own research, and take everything with a grain of salt. Although, I hope this conversation provides you with a new perspective and challenges you to rethink and question what is happening in the world today.

Dr. Gonzalez is a naturopathic doctor who earned his Bachelor of Science degree at Rutgers University and his Medical Doctorate at the University of Bridgeport's College of Naturopathic Medicine.


Dr. Gonzalez's previous episode on the podcast:


Find more from Dr. Gonzalez:

Instagram: @doctor.g_

Podcast: Heal Thy Self

May 4, 2020

In this episode, I am joined by a good friend, Luke Storey, who shares his wisdom cultivated through overcoming his personal addiction and trauma and developing his higher self.

We begin the conversation discussing the topics of the current situation with tech senatorship, Luke’s outlook on pollution and why we pollute the earth, and the effects 5G and radiation have on our bodies.

We then dive into a deep and meaningful conversation on why we become addicts, how to break our cycles of addiction, the karmic effect of how we live our lives, and how it ties into our spiritual evolution.

Luke Storey is a motivational speaker, kundalini yoga and meditation teacher, world-class biohacker, host of The Life Stylist Podcast, and founder of the world's premier online fashion school for stylists, School of Style which he founded in 2008.

Luke’s spent the past twenty-three years developing and refining the ultimate wellness lifestyle, based on the most transformative principles of primal health and ancient spiritual practices, while at the same time embracing the most cutting-edge natural healing and consciousness-expanding technologies. He has tenaciously applied the results of his field research and used them to not only completely transform his own life but also the lives of thousands of fans and followers through his various media channels and speaking engagements.


What we discuss:

Tech censorship 2:00

Polluting the earth 6:00

5G and radiation 11:00

Addiction and trauma 23:00

Karma and our spiritual evolution 55:00


Find more from Luke:


Apr 27, 2020

In this episode of the Align podcast, Jim Kwik and I have a conversation on the three senses: sound, touch, and sight. We discuss how you are born with these powerful tools but the majority of us never get trained on how to use and develop them effectively. We also discuss how these powers relate not only to our overall wellbeing but also to our cognitive performance and physiology. This episode will give you a clear guide on how to tap into the power of sound, sight, and touch, to change the way you interact in the world and more importantly, the way you interact with yourself.  


Check out Jim's new book: Limitless

Follow Jim on Instagram: @jimkwik

Apr 23, 2020

In this episode of the Align Podcast, I chat with my dear friend, Byron Katie, who shares invaluable insight into living in the present moment. Through this conversation, you will have a deeper understanding of how our unhappiness, stress, and anxiety all stem from our lack of living in our now. And through simply shifting our perspective to the moment we are living in, we are able to experience our life to the fullest.

We also dive into how to come to terms with our death, un-trapping ourselves from the story we are living in, and many more mindfulness nuggets you don’t want to miss. 


About Byron Katie: 

In 1986, at the bottom of a ten-year spiral into depression, rage, and self-loathing, Byron Katie woke up one morning to a state of constant joy that has never left her. She realized that when she believed her stressful thoughts, she suffered, but that when she questioned them, she didn’t suffer, and that this is true for every human being. Her simple yet powerful process of inquiry is called The Work.

The Work consists of four questions and the turnarounds, which are a way of experiencing the opposite of what you believe. When you question a thought, you see around it to the choices beyond suffering.

Katie has been bringing The Work to millions of people for more than thirty years. Her public events, weekend workshops, five-day intensives, nine-day School for The Work, and 28-day residential Turnaround House have brought freedom to people all over the world.

Byron Katie’s books include the bestselling Loving What Is, I Need Your Love—Is That True?, A Thousand Names for Joy, and A Mind at Home with Itself. For more information, visit


What we discuss:

Why we are so serious. 1:30

Duality vs. Unicity 2:30

Katie’s 10-year depression 5:00

Having a timeless state of mind 8:30

Being trapped in our story 14:00

Steps for coming to terms with our own death 25:00

Addiction 38:00

Trauma 42:45


Find more from Byron Katie:

Apr 13, 2020

How often do you think about why you do what you do, why you see the world a certain way, and why you’re unable to create change within yourself? In this episode of the Align podcast, Kyle Thiermann and I have a deep conversation that will change your viewpoint on how you approach multiple aspects of your life.


We answer the questions...

  • Why do we hold ourselves back from success? And why do others of us go after success at any cost?
  • How can we meet our enemy where they are? And why is it important to befriend your enemy? 
  • How can we have more empathy for others? And why don’t we have empathy in the first place?
  • What is the best way to create change in the world and in other people? 


Kyle is a Patagonia Surf Ambassador, producer, freelance journalist, and host of the podcast, The Kyle Thiermann Show. Kyle is also the co-creator and producer of The Motherf*cker Awards, a satirical awards show that aims to create corporate accountability through comedy. 

Apr 6, 2020

Did you know up until the age of five, the interaction between our movement and gravity is subconscious? After the age of five, we begin to "learn" how to use our muscles, which is an incredible disruption to our relationship with nature. 

In this episode of the Align podcast, I chat with well-known movement expert, Dr. Nicholas Romanov, on the biomechanics of movement and why it's essential we realign with gravity to prevent injury and move optimally. We go further than just movement, and also dive into how our emotions, perception, and vibrations all correlate to the way we move. 

Dr. Nicholas Romanov is a two-time Olympic coach and creator of the Pose Method, an essential guide for all runners seeking to go faster and farther without injury.

What we discuss:

  • The General Movement Theory (00:00)
  • How we disrupt our natural movement (4:00)
  • How to unlearn how we have been taught to move (8:00)
  • Actionable steps to come into relationship with gravity (9:00)
  • The POSE method (12:15)
  • The benefits of learning to run on ice (13:00)
  • Heal striking (15:45)
  • Why cushioning your heals when running increases injury (18:00)
  • What natural actually means (19:00)
  • How to align with gravity (20:00)
  • The definition of emotion (25:00)
  • How postural patterns affect how a person thinks and feels (29:00)
  • Dr. Romanov upbringing in the Soviet Union (32:00)
  • How Dr. Romanov became an elite athlete (36:00)
  • The evolution of fitness (38:30)
  • The dangers of micromanaging your nutrition and health (40:00)
  • The Central Governor Theory (46:30)
  • Perception in relation to your body (50:00)
  • Our emotional vibrations (55:00)


Find more from Dr. Nicholas Romanov:

Mar 30, 2020

In this episode of the Align podcast, world-renown poet, In-Q, shares his deepest thoughts on universal issues of love, loss, forgiveness, transformation, and belief, based on his new book Inquire Within. Through our conversation, he provides us with a unique perspective in which we can see and think about ourselves and the world. The new light In-Q shines on our lives will help us learn to stop getting in our own way and tap into our authentic selves.  


Find more from In-Q: 

Book: Inquire Within 


Instagram: @inqlife

Mar 23, 2020

“Yoga has never been about the stretch, it’s always been about your reaction to the stretch.” In this episode of the Align podcast, guest Seane Corn, celebrated yoga teacher and activist , shares a deep, gut-level understanding of our highest self through yoga philosophy. She shows that spirituality and yoga have nothing to do with a mat, or stretching, or sweating, but everything to do with changing our perspective and waking up. Her thoughts and lessons shared in this episode will encourage you to heal, evolve, and change the world. 


What we discuss: 


Reaching enlightenment 


Living out the true definition of yoga

Experiencing trauma

Repressing emotions

Accessing your inner child 

The benefits of therapy 

Speaking with your “unconscious” self 


Feeling “whole” and split at the same time


Find more from Seane: 


Instagram: @seanecorn 

Mar 19, 2020

This is a fascinating time we are living in. We can’t control what’s happening in the world around us, but we can control the perspective in which we view what’s happening. We can choose to look at it through the perspective of anxiousness and fear, or we can choose to look at it through the perspective of opportunity. In this episode, I walk through multiple different ways in which we can shine light on this commonly perceived dark time. 

Mar 15, 2020

The foods you choose to consume and the lifestyle practices you live out daily determine the quality of your relationships, the happiness you experience, and ultimately your fate. 


In this episode of the Align podcast, I chat with Dr. Terry Wahls, who is more than a doctor specializing in autoimmune conditions, but also a patient with a chronic, progressive disease. Dr. Terry was diagnosed with relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis in 2000, and by 2003 she had transitioned to secondary progressive multiple sclerosis. It was clear that eventually she would become bedridden by her disease, and she made it her mission to forestall her fate as long as possible.


From Dr. Terry’s direct experience, she shares her expertise on the connection between our diet and lifestyle and the quality of our lives. We chat about everything from the amount of love and loneliness we feel, to the amount of energy and vitality we experience, and the deep relationships we have in our lives.


Dr. Terry Wahls is also a clinical professor of medicine at the University of Iowa Carver College, the creator the Wahls Protocol diet, and the author of the Wahls Protocol book. 


What you’ll learn: 


  • How to mentally face and deal with chronic conditions/diseases
  • The affects chronic conditions/diseases have on relationships 
  • The connection between love/loneliness and nutrition
  • The affect a healthier diet has on the mentality of children
  • Lifestyle factors that lessen the symptoms of chronic diseases 
  • A new approach to the Paleo diet
  • A breakdown of the Walhs Protocol diet for autoimmune conditions 


Find more from Dr. Terry: 

The Wahl's Protocol


Mar 12, 2020

Cold showers and cold plunges are widely spoken about in the world of wellness, but are they really worth the pain and discomfort theyput you through? In this episode of the Align podcast, I dive into cold- exposure therapy–why it’s essential for optimizing your life, and how to do it properly to ensure you are reaping the full benefits. I also give you a deep explanation on brown adipose tissue, what it is and where it comes from, and the science-backed benefits of Wim Hof-style breathing techniques.


What you’ll learn: 

  • Wim Hof breathing techniques 
  • The science behind holding your exhales
  • The benefits of cold-exposure therapy 
  • Why you want more brown adipose tissue 
  • Why you need to place good stress on your body regularly
  • How to easily set up a cold plunge at home
  • How to perform a cold plunge for the greatest results 


Links discussed in this episode: 

Wim Hof: Inner Fire, Reversing Disease, Breathing 

7-Minute Guided Breath-Work and Meditation

Mar 9, 2020
In this episode of the Align podcast, Abel James and I have a deep conversation on a wide array of topics that all drive back to letting go your ego and becoming deeper in-tune with yourself–from toxic masculinity and our obsession with validation, to breaking through the materialistic world and Abel’s new book, Designer Babies Don't Get Scabies. 
Abel is a New York Times best-selling, creator of #TheWildDiet, host of the Fat Burning Man podcast, and an all-around quality person. This conversation highlights his wealth of knowledge and unique outlook on life that will help you optimize your mind, body, movement. 
What we discuss: 
Comparing the way different cultures eat
Toxic Masculinity
Burning out for validation
Able’s new poetry book
How poetry is within all of us
Breaking through materialistic society 
Why you need to flip reality on it’s head
The power of visualization 
Find more from Abel:
Mar 5, 2020

In this episode of the Align podcast, I talk you through a seven-minute breathwork and meditation practice that is perfect for helping you tune your nervous system and give yourself the rest you need. At the beginning of the episode, I first talk through how to sit properly while mediating, as well as explain how to properly perform the breathwork practice. This breathwork and mediation practice is great for helping you tune your nervous system and give you a reset any time throughout your day. 

Mar 2, 2020
“Animal foods are clearly superior to plant foods in every way, shape, and form.” Do you agree with this statement? My guess is no. But if we all agreed on the same things, the world would be a very boring place. Regardless of your beliefs, it’s extremely important to explore all the different perspectives to gain a clearer understanding and deepen our beliefs.
In this episode of the Align podcast, I'm joined by guest Dr. Paul Saladino, MD, who dives into the topic of the Carnivore Diet based off his new book, The Carnivore Code. If you have listened to a podcast on the Carnivore Diet before, trust me when I say this episode is unique. I asked Dr. Saladino challenging questions that provides you with information you have never heard on a podcast before. 
He gives an in-depth explanation as to why he believes eating animal foods, from animal meat, animal organs, and animal fats, are the richest source of nutrition. Most likely, you’ve been led to believe plant-based diets is the healthiest diet to live by. He demystifies this myth and gives you a step-by-step guide on beginning the carnivore diet. 
It’s very important to note, I don’t have a firm stance in what I believe is the best diet for optimal living. Please keep in mind that this episode is not a reflection of my personal perspective on nutrition. I enjoy standing on the side lines and watching the world leading health experts tee off on what they think is best.

Find More From Dr. Saladino: 
Book: The Carnivore Code
Instagram: @carnivoremd
Feb 25, 2020

Celebrity dog trainer and guest of this episode of the Align podcast, Tamar Gellar, discusses the wisdom and knowledge she has cultivated through dog training and shares how it can be applied to the lives of humans. We discuss a range of topics, including how our ability to accept and embrace pain increases the quality of our lives, how we are forced out of living our truth in today’s society, and the importance of connecting and aligning with our feelings. 


Tamar Geller is a New York Times bestselling author and as OPRAH says “A Life Coach for Dogs and their People”. “The Loved Dog” method that she created almost 30 years ago is based on the knowledge she acquired as an intelligence officer in the Israeli Special Forces, from the respect that she gained for the wisdom of nature during the time she spent observing wolves in the wild, and her devotion to personal growth. Tamar has transformed lives and impacted relationships not only for dogs but also of people, who gained insight into themselves and their loved ones while learning Tamar’s unique and mindfulness-based dog training method.


Tamar has helped celebrity clients like Ben Affleck, Jon Stewart, Larry King, Ryan Seacrest, Julianne Hough, Charlize Theron, Reese Witherspoon, Natalie Portman, Jennifer Anniston, Ellen DeGeneres & Portia DeRossi & of course Oprah, and many non-famous dog lovers, to have the most awesome dogs.


What we discuss:

  • The positive effects of “faking it until you make it” 
  • How we filter what we allow into our brains 
  • The power of noticing what we like and what we don’t like
  • Connecting and aligning with our feelings
  • How we are forced out of living our truth in today’s society 
  • How our ability to accept pain increases the quality of our lives 
  • The six needs of humans vs. the five needs of dogs
  • Plant medicine 
  • Shifting your negative thoughts
  • Feeling unworthy of love
  • The process of coming back to ourselves
  • The right way to communicate with our dogs and how the translates to communicating with people 
  • Best tips for training your dog 
Feb 21, 2020

Hanging? That’s right, hanging! Allow yourself to hang from a pull-up bar, tree branch, playground, or anything that will support your weight, for 90-seconds every single day. I promise you, it will change your life! This episode of the Align podcast educates you on the power of hanging and decompressing your spine. I dive into the anatomy of your spine and how hanging helps to successfully bring it back into alignment, and what happens when you don’t. I also dive into the science-backed benefits of hanging. I explain not only how hanging improves your physical health, but how it also has a dramatic effect on your physiological health by bringing you a greater sense of confidence. Plus, I provide you with pointers on how to successfully incorporate hanging into your lifestyle. 

Feb 21, 2020

Hanging? That’s right, hanging! Allow yourself to hang from a pull-up bar, tree branch, playground, or anything that will support your weight, for 90-seconds every single day. I promise you, it will change your life! This episode of the Align podcast educates you on the power of hanging and decompressing your spine. I dive into the anatomy of your spine and how hanging helps to successfully bring it back into alignment, and what happens when you don’t. I also dive into the science-backed benefits of hanging. I explain not only how hanging improves your physical health, but how it also has a dramatic effect on your physiological health by bringing you a greater sense of confidence. Plus, I provide you with pointers on how to successfully incorporate hanging into your lifestyle. 

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