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Reality Shifts
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.

Full-On Reality Shifting
North Puget Sound, Washington

I only recently got a home/personal computer. For years I've been a "techno-phobe", and resisted all of this internet stuff as being a manifestation of evil. ( I guess I heard too many stories about bad things happening as a result of this new technology. ) Boy, has your web site changed my mind. I can't tell you how refreshing it is to find out that other people are experiencing this "awakening of consciousness", that I've been experiencing for the last 5 years - yet, always dismissed as maybe my own self-deluded thoughts. Most of what I know about "shifting reality", I've read in books (i.e. Carolyn Myss, Stephen Hawking, Elia Wise, to name a few.) I got very interested in Chakra work and started doing some practicing on my own - with the help of some creative family members and very close friends. I was initially interested because I had become ill, and wanted to investigate the concepts of "self-healing". (But, that's another subject.)

What I'm experiencing now is full on reality shifting. I never had a name for what was happening to me (or around me) before - so I thank you for that! I have fully experienced slowing down time, which seems to work for me only ( or better ) when I'm in motion of some kind -- a car, train, bus - whatever! In fact, I narrowly escaped a head-on collision the day before my 40th birthday because of this ability. I also notice that when I am in motion (especially on the freeway) I have total telepathic ability with the drivers around me. (My husband marvels at how I can tell when someone is going to "cut me off" just seconds before it happens, thus always avoiding what could be near fatal accidents - like the one before my last birthday.) Or, sometimes I can sense an "angry-road-rage" type coming up behind me, even before they are tailgating me in the left lane. My son thinks this phenomenon has something to do with physics -- that the faster the motion, the more time slows, the more "energy waves" are free to travel, etc... Could this be true?

Just this week, after reading your site - I lost my keys. So, I decided to do a little "experiment" and see if your exercises really worked. Well, the office of my apartment complex called this afternoon - guess what? Yup, they found my keys - and didn't have a clue who turned them in - just that they were in the office... I lost them at the pool! Sure, it could be coincidence... or was it?

Thank you again for the great web page, and for giving me a name for what I thought was very weird insanity. Please keep the stories and exercises coming! I wish you much love & appreciation.

Wrapping Paper Vanishes & Reappears
Carmichael, California

I went to the grocery store to buy some wrapping paper to wrap up gifts for my grandson, and was disappointed to see that it cost twice as much as I thought it should. I bought it anyway, and when I got home I was very surprised to see that the large tube of wrapping paper was not in the back seat of the car with the other groceries where I had put it. I told my husband what happened, and he came out to the car to look with me -- we looked everywhere, but saw no brightly colored enormous tube of paper in that immaculate car (I like to keep it very clean). My husband was upset with me, and scolded me for leaving the wrapping paper at the store. He suggested I return to the store immediately, and look for the paper in the shopping cart where I must have left it. I returned to the store, but found no wrapping paper in the shopping cart, so I told a helpful clerk what had happened, and she took pity on me and gave me a roll of the same wrapping paper without charging me for it. I then returned home with this new roll of paper, and brought it in the house to wrap the gifts.

The next morning, you'll never guess what I saw in the back seat of my locked car... the tube of brightly colored wrapping paper! It was sitting all by itself in the (very clean) back seat of the car, as if it had always been there. The roll I'd gotten from the store was now in the house, and I have two rolls of wrapping paper -- although these rolls were more expensive than I normally like to pay, I took one of the rolls back to the store where I got it, since I only paid for one.

The AMD Computer That Didn't Get Blown Up
by Wynn Free

My computer is a Compaq Presario with an AMD processor. It's a few years old, and the processor is a little slow so one evening last September, I was cursing the slowness of my computer and thinking of getting another.

There I was at a Motel 6 one morning, having paid the bill at the front desk, and ready to go out to do some errands. I stopped at a computer store and looked at some new ones. I had a conversation with the owner about comparing AMD processors and Pentium processors. He told me the new AMD processors were much faster than the ones 2 years ago. I arrived back in my motel room at about 7:00 PM, and noticed my computer was gone! I looked in my car and couldn't find it. I looked back in my room, and couldn't find it.

I wondered if the maids stole it or something. I decided to get off center and read the newspaper and see if my subconscious would tell me where it was. On page ten of the newspaper, I found an article comparing AMD processors to Pentiums. I said to myself what a coincidence.

Suddenly it flashed through my mind that perhaps I left my computer at the front desk of the Motel when I paid my bill. I phoned the office and asked, "Did you find a black case in the office?" They answered "Yes". Except they said that it was at the lost and found at the Sheriff's Station. I called the sheriff's office and they asked me if I knew the trouble I had caused. They closed off 4 blocks of streets near the Motel. They called the bomb squad. They pointed their detonators at my computer bag and were about to blow it into oblivion. But the arson expert spoke up and said it looked just like his computer case. The zipper was slightly open and he gingerly stuck his finger through the crack, and sure enough, there was a computer in the case. So they took it to the lost and found at the sheriff station waiting for the owner to call. When I called, they personally delivered it back to me. (It's the computor I'm using now). The sheriff asked me to call the dispatcher and complement the good service, which did the next day. (Apparently, their normal procedure would have required them to destroy anything which was a potential bomb)

And the Universe taught me another lesson about the power of thought forms as I remembered how all this started with me cursing the slowness of my computer the night before!

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