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The hundreds of first-hand accounts of reality shifts (aka: mind-matter interaction MMI, quantum jumping, glitches in the Matrix) on this and the following pages have been collected and shared through Cynthia Sue Larson's RealityShifters since 1999. Special issues focusing on particular types of reality shifts (such as: the Dead seen Alive Again, Seeing Loved Ones Before They Arrive, Invisibility, Walking through Walls, etc.) can be found by browsing through the RealityShifters archives and subscribing to the (free) monthly ezine. Hundreds of stories are reported here in this "Your RealityShifter Stories" section of this web site, and the phenomenon is documented in the best-selling book, Reality Shifts: When Consciousness Changes the Physical World.

People at Work Look Ten Years Older
Calgary, Canada

I have come across your website through Teal Scott's work. I have had a funny thing happen to me recently. We owned a business in a nearby town for 13 years, last August we sold it. We are presently trying to sell our house, so in the interim I have been helping out the new owners. I sincerely feel that it has been at least ten years since I have been in the office. I am aware of everything but seems so long ago that I was there... even dealing with clients it feels like we are all ten years older, not one year! The other owner just expects things to go on as usual, and although I do remember how to do the books, etc., they keep saying, "Oh, you remember how to do all this." I do, but in the same moment, it seems like so much time has passed. The clients do not really seem like they have changed at all, and look somewhat older, but not ten years older. It is only me that feels this way.  I had never expected to be working back there, and am supposed to be retired. Maybe that has something to do with it. But in a way, everything seems like it was so long ago that I was there last--I have to keep reminding myself that it has only been a year. I cannot get over this feeling, and really feel disoriented. I can also totally relate to misplacing something and going back to see it sitting where I looked before. Very interesting. Thanks and keep up the good work!

Note from Cynthia: Thanks so much for writing to me about feeling like it's been ten years since you sold your business, although only one calendar year has actually passed. I have heard reports from people noticing other people suddenly looking a great deal older, and it seems to be possibly indicative of moving from one universe of possibility into another. In most of these reports that I've heard so far, just one person has been noticed to seem a fair bit older, not groups of people. This really is quite fascinating!

Billy Graham is Alive?!?

 I had a huge reality shift the other day. I saw something in the news about Billy Graham being ill, but in fact alive. WTF? I remember a few years ago his wife passing away, and then finally Mr. Graham passing, and thinking to myself, "Now Franklin Graham is truly alone in this," and then I see this news story. I have had several reality shifts happen, but something this major is really crazy when it happens. Anybody else remember that Billy Graham died? Also, as an aside, I am actually now living with family that I wanted to return to, but there are several events in their lives that differ from events as I remember them--including several unaccounted for holes of events that we have discussed. It's so strange, but I've come to expect these things now.

Note from Cynthia: I really appreciate your sharing the aspect of family members and close friends having very different recollections of the past. I cite references about this phenomenon as well as well-documented scientific studies into so-called "Flashbulb Memories" when people remember when and where they were and what they were doing at the time of a historic incident (such as Kennedy's death, or the space shuttle crash). Intriguingly, a majority of people recall very different memories of what really happened than what their own hand-written accounts describe... and than what family members recall of their childhoods, for example. It seems we are noticing the kinds of alternate histories physicists would expect us to be seeing from time to time, and once we've factored out things like filtered sharing (to protect someone who used to be depressed), we're left with some truly amazing different accounts of "what really happened." I became aware of family memories being very different in the 1970's when my parents and sister and I visited wood-carvers on Dahl Lake in Kashmir, India. My parents purchased beautiful wooden coffee tables, desk and chair and I saw my parents promise the wood carvers that when we returned home and the furniture was shipped to us and reassembled, and fitted with custom made glass table tops and installed in the new home we were building, my parents would take photos of the desk and chair in the new library, and the coffee tables in the living room, and send them back to the wood carvers. It took a while for the furniture to be shipped to California, and for it to be assembled, and for our new home to be finished... but when all these things were complete, I asked my parents, "When will we be taking the photographs?" My parents replied, "What photographs?" I was stunned that they didn't seem to know, so I explained, "You know--the pictures we promised we'd take once the furniture was assembled and placed in our new home." My parents looked at me like they had absolutely no idea what I was talking about. I was only about ten years old when I'd heard them make this promise, and at that point in my life, I was not prone to imagining things like this all on my own, nor would I have had any reason to fabricate such a recollection. Just as certain as I was that my parents had made this promise, my parents were certain they'd never before heard such a thing. I described all the details I recalled of the time they'd made this promise, yet there was no look of recognition or dawning awareness whatsoever. It was as if I'd experienced a completely different reality than my Mom and Dad. We really and truly are in the Quantum Age now, since we've formally arrived at a time as of September 2013 when macroscopic scale quantum computers are working in probabilistic states, akin to Schrodinger's cat being simultaneously alive and dead at the same time. We are now in a period of time in which we must start formally appreciating that we will have memories of alternate histories, since quantum phenomena is occurring in our everyday lives.

Missing Eye Cup Reappears
Pacific northwest, USA

Just last night I forgot that a few months ago I had looked unsuccessfully in a nearly empty drawer for an eye cup, so last night I looked there again and found it. Having not found it a few months ago I looked at a few stores to replicate my old one and had no success there, so had given up on it. The most fun of this event for me is that had I not forgotten that I had already checked where I had last seen it, and this without success, I would not have checked again. For as I said, it is a mostly empty drawer--so not the kind of situation where one can rummage and rummage through expecting something to turn up in another handful.

Note from Cynthia: This is a most remarkable reality shift! I'm so amazed when something long missing (for several months or more) returns as if it's never been away... or as if the elves or pixies finally brought it back. I find it interesting that in the case of the missing eye cup, you'd been unable to find a replacement in all the time it went missing and was away... so clearly you were very appreciative to see it return!

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