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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.

Disappearing/Reappearing Cell Phone
Deb & Sarah
Denver, Colorado

I had to write and thank you for your marvelous web site - and I use the word marvelous literally - it is full of marvels! My 11-year old daughter lost her much-prized cell phone. We searched everywhere, even places it couldn't have been. We searched everywhere twice, three times. Nothing. Our search was so intensive that obscure corners were cleaned, and the furniture was completely re-arranged in two rooms. Then I found your site and followed the instructions for finding lost items. A few days later, I searched, rather half-heartedly I admit, again. And, in a place we had both looked several times, there it was. I wondered, "Could it be that it had always been there and we had overlooked it?" But, something deep inside me said that's not the case. The hoped for reality shift feels like the "righter" explanation. It knew we loved it, so it came home. Thank you for our moment of happiness and wonder!

Missing Newspapers Reappear
CFB Borden, Ontario, Canada

My kids have two paper routes, where they have to put flyers together and then place them inside of a newspaper and deliver them. Well, the deadline to have these papers out is Friday evening. I had to go out one Friday afternoon around 4:30 pm, and I knew I wasn't going to be home in time to help with these papers. A truck brought the flyers off on the steps of our house pretty close to 4 pm, and then drove off. My husband, Mike, brought them all in, and then was having words because the flyers were there but the newspapers weren't. I told him he probably just missed the bundle of 100 newspapers on the step. Mike became indignant that I even suggest such a thing -- since it's such a large stack of papers, it would be impossible to miss! I suggested he go back out and check. Sure enough, the newspapers were there, smack dab in the center of the step! Mike tried to justify it by saying that the guy in the truck must have come back and dropped them off. "Well, that's one fast guy!" I remarked. It would have taken him maybe 10 seconds to drive down our island separated street, go all the way around, park, get out of the truck, open the back of the truck, find the papers, walk up our walk and put them on the step. All without us seeing or hearing him!

BBQ Sauce Appears
CFB Borden, Ontario, Canada

My husband, Mike, barbequed supper for the kids one night, and was a little piqued because I had forgotten to buy barbeque sauce when I was at Walmart the day before. He had searched the fridge for it, but didn't find it. Our youngest, Michael, wanted barbeque sauce, and was whining for it. He didn't believe his father, so he looked for it in the fridge. Today at lunch, I heated up the leftover barbeque for the kids and couldn't figure out why Mike hadn't put barbeque sauce on the rib thingys like he always does. I looked for the barbeque sauce, couldn't find it, closed the fridge door. I then said to myself "We have to have barbeque sauce." When I closed the fridge door, I visualized the bottle of barbeque sauce being about 1/4 full, anot not our regular brand. When I opened the fridge door again, and Voila! A bottle that looked very much like the one I'd visualized was right there on the top door shelf, front and center. It was a different brand.ÊWe normally buy Bull's Eye barbeque sauce, and this one was Kraft.When Mike came in for lunch, he wanted to know where I found the barbeque sauce. I told him, and then he actually got kind of upset and argued with me that I didn't find it there. LOL!

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