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It Finally Happened to Me
In my bathroom I have a little basket that I put my watch in before I take
shower. At least six months ago, as I went to put it in the basket, it
slipped out of my hand. I assumed it fell to the floor -- in any case, it
disappeared from sight. I didn't see it on the floor, so I thought it
have fallen into the trash basket, but I didn't see it on top. I wasn't
inclined to dig through the trash, so I figured the watch was gone for
SInce it wasn't an expensive watch and I had plenty others, I didn't lose
any sleep over it.
Although I am very aware of the reality shifting phenomena, it had never
happened to me before so I didn't even consider it as a possible
for why my watch had disappeared. On the morning of June 6th as I was
getting something out of the closet in my spare room, I noticed my
watch hanging on the doorknob!
I use this closet frequently, and its doorknobs always have hangers on
so there is simply no way I could not have noticed my watch hanging there
that's where it had been all these months. I live alone, so NOBODY could
have hung my watch on the doorknob. I guess I'll never know how it got
there (and yes, I do have two cats, but trust me, this is NOT something a
cat would do). It's fascinating to think about.
Wedding Ring Reversed While I Slept
Coral Springs, Florida
I am enjoying reading other people' stories on the realityshifters web
site, and cherishing the synchronicities in my life. Contemplating these
magical experiences brings joy to my heart. I welcome all mysterious events
and synchronicities in my life because they give me a feeling of getting
closer to the Big Truth.
There is one recurring event in my life that I can not easily classify, nor
can I guess its meaning. I have a wedding ring made of tricolor gold. From
the very first day I wore it, it has always had the red tone gold side at
the base of my finger. This ring is tight fitting; sometimes I jiggle it up
and down on my finger, but I never take it off.
The puzzle of this ring is that once in a while I wake up and see it is
reversed, with the red tone side facing the opposite way. This first
started happening while I was living in New York, although it has continued
to happen since I moved to Florida. I just cannot believe I could be taking
it off and putting it back on in my sleep! I have never sleep walked or
done anything coherent in my sleeping state.
The first few times this happened, I thought I somehow was the
"perpetrator", until I realized it happens while I am asleep. I have to
admit I even thought about aliens, but that idea does not fit my belief
system. Anyway, every time my ring turns, I am happily surprised. It's just
like "here it is again." I watch and wait for it. Even my ten-year-old
daughter checks with me from time to time, to see if the ring is
misbehaving. Last time it happened on February 20th. I tried to tie it to
my dreams that I keep a diary of, but was unable to recall my dreams on the
day the ring reversed direction. I did remember my dream on the 20th, but
was not sure if I dreamt it that night or the night before. It had to do
with my brother, not my marriage.
El Paso, Texas
Hi, Cynthia! After reading your "spoon-bending party" article with its
concept of "relaxed inattention", it immediately made me think of my
experiences while fishing. Many, very many times I caught fish when my
intent to catch a fish was temporarily diverted by enjoying the beauty of
the surroundings, or noticing a bird fly by, etc.
I've also noticed that small children many times are the only ones who land
a fish for the day... playful intent indeed! Thanks for the article.