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Quantum Jumps
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 books, Reality Shifts: When Consciousness Changes the Physical World, and Quantum Jumps: An Extraordinary Science of Happiness and Prosperity.

We Traveled 7 Kilometers in 3 Seconds

The following really flabbergasted me, and really got me interested in this subject (yes, I’m slow!) Five years ago, driving home from school with my 16-year old son, we traveled 7 kilometers in 3 seconds. We drove out of a town and drove into another one that was 10 kilometers down the road. Now, when I would have been alone, I would have thought I should pay more attention to my driving. Then my son asked me: “Was that the sign of Stramproy?” Which it was. And he said, “We never came through Molenbeersel. And we passed the sign of Kinroy 3 seconds ago. What happened?!” I realized we had been traveling in another dimension with a car of 1500 kg and somehow landed without hitting anything. It was my biggest worry how not to make accidents, doing this. I was completely sure this is happening all the time, but we don’t see it because it does not fit in our reality. Just like a kitten won’t see vertical stripes later in life when he has not seen them during the first few weeks of its life. The information is not uploaded in our computer and our brain ignores it, assuming something was always there when it appears, or never was there when it disappears. I have no idea where my son and I were during the 3 seconds we drove the 7 kms. According to us we were in the car and talking. But it is obvious we were somewhere else WITH the car. This is the first time I wrote it down and acknowledge this is actually happening. I’m looking forward to reading the stories of other people as well. AND to consciously be aware of what is happening and enjoying the experience, instead of more or less ignoring them! I cannot wait! Thanks for your work! It is a great help to me to know I’m actually okay :-) It would be so helpful if people would quit calling this stuff paranormal. It is actually normal and part of our nature.

Note from Cynthia: Your experience of traveling a great distance in a short amount of time is one that happens fairly often to a large number of people, and in fact it's so commonplace for some people that they rely on it when running late, and needing to get somewhere in a hurry. Just like some people know they can get a good parking spot just about any time, any where, so too do more and more people realize that time and space are much more malleable than most people realize, and we can rather often cover big distances surprisingly quickly--as if some parts of the trip were fast-forwarded.

I Saw My Son Come Home Before He Actually Arrived

A few years later I was having a coffee with a friend and saw my son (the same one) coming home on his bicycle, disappearing around the house to put his bike in the shed. My friend saw my son too, and told me she wanted to leave before he came in, so I saw her to her car, all the time aware of the fact I had not heard my son come into the house. It worried me a bit, so when she was gone I actually looked around for him, because I thought perhaps he had had a little accident and was lying somewhere, unable to get up. I could not find him, and was extremely puzzled. Fifteen minutes later, he came home on his bicycle, just as I had seen him do earlier. What puzzles me is that these things never struck me as being odd! I thought I was strange!

Note from Cynthia: I'm really glad to see that you've experienced seeing someone come home before they actually arrived, because I've also experienced this type of reality shift, and it's considered normal in some parts of the world in the sense that there is a word for this type of thing in Norwegian for it, Vardøgr (vard-deh-AY-grr), meaning "premonitory sound or sight of a person before he arrives." The October 2010 issue of RealityShifters is dedicated to exploring this topic at:

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