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.
My Ashtray Moved
Something strange happened today.
Before dinner, I smoke. When my mom
prepared dinner, I moved my ashtray to
the opposite corner of the living room
I went to my room.
By the time dinner was ready.
The ashtray was placed at the
corner I moved it from.
I had NOT been near it in the meantime, and
neither had Mom.
So I have three theories. 1. I do not
move things without remembering.
I have good memory, even my doctor
2. Maybe the ashtray moved itself via
relocation, or involuntary telekinesis.
3. This could also be a "first" glitch
in the matrix on a larger scale.
The smaller ones are mainly deja vu
and repeating incidents.
What do you think?
I am not scared or anything. I just
think it is cool if something
unusual manifests in an
otherwise dreary life. I have also used an online telekinesis
test / training program a lot. Could
that have been a likely influence?
I do strongly believe (or wish) in
telekinesis, as I often have
dreams of that ability. I don`t know if you have thought
about the "simulation argument."
It means that our reality is a
That would explain why reality
is so difficult and bad situations
seem to repeat themselves and
problems go on unresolved.
And bad pop music.
Maybe the creator /s turned of the
Just some thoughts.
Note from Cynthia: This kind of experience in which an object is
noted to be in a different place than where it had last been seen, without
anyone moving it, is a very commonly reported type of reality shift--or
potential evidence, if you will, of having experienced a quantum jump.
There are many types of reality shifts in which objects are often seen to
disappear and reappear, relocate or 'teleport,' and changes have been noted
in books, movies, and magazines. Some people previously reported dead are
seen very much alive again, and deadly cases of cancer go into complete
remission. What all of these and some of the time-related shifts in reality
have in common is that it's as if our true nature of who we are is
awareness--is consciousness--and through that awareness and consciousness
we are capable of experiencing numerous possible realities. This is to be
in fact expected, if we recognize that we live in a primarily quantum (not
So witnessing a move of an ashtray without anyone having moved it (which I
presume to be the case) presents an excellent example of a reality shift.
I do suspect anything you're doing that focuses your attention
on telekinesis while keeping an open mind that such things are possible
and staying grounded and energized can serve to increase the types
of teleporting object reality shifts you're likely to encounter. It's also
enough just to read first-person accounts such as these, while keeping
an open mind that lots of people are experiencing these types of reality
Reality was called a 'dream' long before it was called a computer
simulation, and ancient mystics have long urged people to wake up
from the hypnosis of having eyes open, but not truly being aware of
what is happening.
Long-lasting Shaving Cream and Spigot
Pasadena, California, USA
You're the only person I've come across other than myself who has
experienced both great distances being covered in very short amounts of
time and empty containers being full without being refilled. It hasn't
happened since my 20's, but I had a can of shaving cream I used every day
that lasted for 2-and-a-half years. I also used to get across 25 miles of
Los Angeles traffic in as little as 20 minutes. Lots of other stuff, but
those are what coincide with what I've read on your site. I've decided to
start a list, and just this week noticed a water spigot under my kitchen
window that hasn't been there in the 10 years I've owned my home and is
nonsensically just a few feet away from the spigot we've been using all
these years. It's also above waist height instead of close to the ground
like all the others on the property. It also is right where I happen to
need one (more convenient for plants I'm trying to keep alive in our
drought affected area). So weird.
Note from Cynthia: Thanks for writing to me about using the same
can of never-ending shaving cream for 2.5 years, navigating through 25
miles of Los Angeles traffic in 20 minutes, and noticing you've now got a
wonderfully positioned new water spigot in just the right place and at an
optimal height for watering plants. These types of experiences, as
different as they may seem, are all indicative of the way many of us are
noticing that "facts" don't always stay the same. Our conscious awareness
can experience alternate histories.