The hundreds of first-hand accounts of reality shifts (aka:
mind-matter interaction MMI, quantum jumping, glitches in the Matrix) on
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Victoria B.C., Canada
Hi Cynthia, thank you for your web site. I also lay in the divine love
every morning now, and it just comes now without having to work at
receiving this wonderful loving energy. I have also had experiences of this
love being physically shown to me. When my upstairs neighbour's bathroom
flooded, water came pouring down through my place. Two wet circles appeared
on my living room ceiling, which then merged together and formed a heart.
When a fellow came to suck the water out of my ceiling, he had to poke a
hole into the ceiling, which left a smaller heart inside the larger heart.
To top it off, when I went to put some wet water-damaged articles on my
dryer, I saw an unexplainable perfectly formed heart in the dust. Finally,
I went to get into my friend's vehicle, and saw a flattened piece of gum on
the ground -- which was, of course, in the form of a heart.
I feel truly blessed to be receiving this love, as I know it is healing me,
and to be shown signs that there is more than this physical reality. My
daughters and I have had many experiences of reality shifts in our home,
and my daughters have grown up experiencing the "unexplainable." At times I
have had to reassure them that everything was OK, and there was nothing to
be frightened of. When I showed the hearts to my friends, some of course
got "it," but others just wouldn't believe that a perfect two-inch heart
could appear like that on my dryer. They thought I had had a sticker on
It is all wonderment to me.
Blessings to you.
The Mess Vanished Without a Trace
Perth, Western Australia
I was outside one day, when I noticed my cat had vomited
on my patio. I mentally said "That needs to be cleaned up."
I walked inside, and when I came back out, the mess was gone.
There was not a trace. There was no moist patch where it had
been, or any sign it had ever been there. I then thanked the
angels for taking care of such a horrible job for me.
A Gift of Love
Phoenix, Arizona, USA
I recently got back into my studies of manifesting, and have
some "a-ha!" insights to share. I had my eye on a new car, a
Jeep Liberty, and was trying hard to FORCE the Universe to
grant my desire. Common sense tells us it is letting go, not
holding on, that is the key. I found myself unable to let go,
so I swore off the whole business of manifesting. Very soon
after this, my ten-year-old car was stolen. My Saturn had been
going through periods of mechanical trouble, which was why I
wanted a new car in the first place.
They always say you don't know what you've got until it's
gone... and they are so right. Where I live, there is no bus
system, and it is over five miles to get to a city that has one.
This is not convenient for working the swing shift about 20
miles from home! I did not have the cash to get a new vehicle,
and had no success manifesting money. I hadn't even dusted off
my books on manifesting, since my heart was not yet willing to
try again. But I thought and said out loud, "God, please let
them find my car and let it be, if not completely unscathed, at
least not a total loss." I said this because I felt I would not
be able to afford to get anything with the piddly sum the
insurance would pay out on my almost-10-year-old total loss.
Two days later, the police recovered my car. Whoever stole my
car had left it with no gas and a dead battery and alternator,
but the car was not a total loss. I recovered my car with just
the cost of my insurance deductible, which was much more
manageable than any other alternative. I am convinced that I
would have manifested that Jeep Liberty had I focused on it,
and had I not had a discouraged view at that time. Still, I am
pleased, and feel I've been taught a large lesson in keeping an
"attitude of gratitude." I got the message to appreciate my
Saturn a bit longer, and I am happily doing so now.
My long-time goal is to find my soul mate, and I have been
putting serious energy into this goal for a long time. Years
ago, I saw an episode of Oprah about women who chose wedding
dates before they even found their grooms, and I chose a date
when I wished to be married. I set it pretty far out in the
future, November 2003, just to be sure I was not being
unreasonable (I didn't know as much then as now about timing
and such). Over the years I have watched friends and relatives
marry, and have indulged myself in some "pre-planning." Always
having been fond of Etta James' song, "At Last," I thought it
delightfully quirky to include that song in my wedding, since I
will be 30 on my wedding day and when I originally set the
deadline, I felt that I would be an old spinster lady by the
time I was married.
Over the years I have reminded myself to be patient and let
the Universe work (I am much better at being patient for love
than for cars!) and have not focused much on it at all, only
remembering the deadline when I hear about Oprah, or when a
friend gets married. I was feeling old one recent morning, and
thinking about how I still have not met my soul mate. I am
not opposedto a whirlwind marriage, so there is plenty of time
before I will panic. Still, I sighed, and asked the Universe
just to drop me a line and let me know it was still working on
my order. On my way to work in the car, I listened to Casey
Kasem do the countdown on an easy listening station I seldom
tune in to, and was about to turn the channel when the words
"...over thirty years ago..." caught my ears. I didn't know
what he was talking about, until he said something along the
lines of "...and now here's Celine Dion with a remake of
'At Last', originally by Etta James..." WHOO! Thanks,
Universe! I can sit comfortably again knowing that he's on