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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.

Thanksgiving on the 3rd Thursday Drilled into Us
Napa, California, USA

I've read the Reality Shifters accounts of people who recall Thanksgiving Day being on the third Thursday of November. That's what I recall too. Third Thursday, third Thursday. They drilled that into us in first or second grade and we always celebrated it on that day. Then in 2013 I looked at the calendar and saw that Thanksgiving was on the fourth Thursday. By then so many screwy things had happened I just shrugged this off as another one. But it was so validating to read how plenty of others also remember it being on the third Thursday! Thank you.

Note from Cynthia: I'm so glad you wrote to me, reminding me how in all my years of growing up, every November my grade school teachers would repeat over and over again how Thanksgiving was on "the third Thursday in November." Those words had a nice sound to them, with the repeating "th-th" sound, and thanks to the annual repetition of this alliteration, the "third Thursday" quality of American Thanksgiving was similarly drilled into my memory.


Bolt Street is now Named Bold Street
Wellington, New Zealand

I originally stumbled across your website all those months ago after reading of a few timeslip cases recorded in Bold Street, Liverpool. Except when I was searching for it then, it was called Bolt Street, Liverpool. Or "where I come from", it's called Bolt Street. I talked to folks about it, mentioned it in messages, and typed it into search engines. My memory isn't that bad (actually, it's very good), and I read up on Bolt Street over several evenings. I've come back and every reference—on my computer, on the internet—is now to Boldold Street. There is not a single one about Bolt Street, so this isn't to do with the search engines ranking pages differently. The links that I visited, which show up in search results in a different colour, are now about Bold Street. Nothing else has actually changed (that I know of), just this one tiny reference. I know how this will sound to a sceptic! There’s probably a version of me in another dimension who is wondering why Bold Street has changed to Bolt Street. I find it very interesting that the one thing that I've noticed that has changed is about timeslips. God really has a sense of humour!

Note from Cynthia: Thanks so much for sharing this marvelous Bold/Bolt Street experience! I know what you mean about skeptics raising points about how unreliable our human memory is, and how seldom we actually remember anything correctly, despite our confidence in what we think we know. And that's why I especially appreciate your explanation of how and why you know for sure you actually would remember "Bold Street," thanks to your background and professional expertise in the field. It seems to me to be extremely unlikely that you would have at any point not noticed "Bold Street," which then makes Occam's Razor tilt away from your having false memories, and toward the explanation that you have experienced a reality shift--a discontinuous jump from one possible history to another.

Richie Benaud Dies Again
Bicester, Oxfordshire, UK

One of those small reality shifts. As you can see from the subject heading, a well known Australian cricketer/commentator has died. Although it may mean nothing to Americans, he was famous throughout the cricket world as a great batsman and later a TV commentator. He would come to the UK every year for the summer to report on the sport. Now I clearly remember reading and seeing the tributes paid to him on the announcement of his death some time in 2014. Yet here I am once again reading and listening to the tributes at his passing just a few days ago. Also I don't know if this is related to a reality shift, but some of my TV channels are blanking out and then returning; this happened yesterday and today as well as my Internet connection, which is doing the same thing—blinking in and out. It is imperceptible, but I have noticed this happening.

Note from Cynthia: Thanks so much for writing to me with news of cricket player Richie Benaud apparently having been alive again after this past year before dying--again--in 2015, just a year after you'd heard of him having died before. Your experience of witnessing an alternate history seems to me to match experiences of reality shifts and quantum jumps that people have been reporting for celebrities all around the world, so it seems quite likely that we'll be hearing of other people who similarly recall that Richie Benaud died prior to this time--and we may well hear of him dying again, at some point in the future. In most cases, the people reporting someone being alive again are not emotionally close to the individual, which apparently provides the requisite degree of detachment by which you can then be startled to hear news that Richie Benaud has again passed away.

My Blue Walls Turned Red
Chicago, Illinois, USA

I woke up today at 4 am for no reason. I noticed when I woke up my room was different. The color of my wall was red, but its blue. Then I noticed my computer was different, and my TV was different. I thought was dreaming, but I wasn't! I went back to bed and woke up with my room way it was. I have no idea I was in shock a little. I have an HP Windows Vista computer, but when I woke up, I had a windows 8 and my TV was a Sony—but I have Samsung! One thing I had was a poster of Clint Eastwood, but this time it was gone! I was in a dreamy state, but this wasn't a dream—it felt too real. I thought was a dream too but then I felt it. I mean I felt the TV and computer and walls. I was looking for my phone, but couldn't find it. Which was weird, because I always leave it at my desk in my room! I didn't walk around my house because I still was in a dizzy state. I then went back to bed, but not before I made note of what changed. Also one thing was that I think I had a PS4, but I only have PS3—but I couldn't tell. If it happens again, I will walk around. I’m writing this in my journal, so I won't forget. I was sweating, and felt a little dizzy. I don’t know what happened or what triggered it. I’ve been in shock a little all day, researching. If it wasn't for you, I would probably have thought I was going mad, lol.

Note from Cynthia: Wow, that's quite a change, to wake up and see the walls a completely different color, as well as changes in your computer and TV! The fact that you have such a sense of emotional shock lends credence to your recollection that you actually did witness a reality that was quite a bit different than usual. Good idea to write down as much detail as you can remember, because when we witness reality shifts, there is no physical evidence or "proof"--only what we remember. Include as many details that you might now think are obvious, because later on you'll be glad you did, and anyone you share this with will be grateful for better understanding why this experience is so meaningful to you. I'm grateful to you for sharing your experience with me!

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