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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.

Catching Reality Shifts in the Act
Hollywood, California

On Saturday, January 22nd, I seemed to experience a reality shift. Afterward, I thought to myself, "Reality and shifts are changing more quickly. If they get any quicker in time, maybe they can be caught in the act."

Here's what happened: Before I went out to shop and run errands, I sat on the floor and rummaged through my purse to make sure I had what I'd need: cash, plastic, keys, and the garage door opener. I had to take almost everything out of my purse to make sure I located these things. I took a lot of things out till I found all the items, and when I'd found them, I put them and everything else back in the purse. After confirming that all my important items were in my purse, I went to shop and do errands. At one point during my errands, I needed some postage stamps, which I keep in my zippable sunglasses case - (where I won't "lose" them) - which I keep inside my purse. I was surprised to see that there was no sunglasses case in my purse. I looked all over the car and all around, but there was no case.

Later when I got home, I saw the case on the floor where I'd been rummaging through my purse earlier. O.k. Maybe I'd accidentally left the case on the floor. (But I know I didn't. There were no items on the floor when I left the house.) So I put the case back in the purse. I shoved it in! Firmly! I went into the kitchen to start a snack. I came back out and the case was on the floor again, right by the purse. There is no way it could have fallen out in the less than five minutes I was away from it. No way. And also, I had taken one postage stamp out of it and put the stamp on the couch, all by itself so it would be easy to find. Now the stamp was on the floor next to the couch. There is no way, folks.

The point: if reality shifts are starting to happen in a more narrow space of time, might we one day actually see them happen? And if time keeps narrowing, what's the next logical progression? The shifts happen on top of themselves? Or they happen before they happen? Would that be the end of time or would it be more like some sort of time warp? How would we live? For one thing, maybe there'd be peace at last. No more searching. Because we'd never know the difference between what's supposed to be and what is.

Steve Irwin Alive Again
Rotterdam, South Holland

I thoroughly enjoyed the new RealityShifters News newsletter, and have been astonished by the report of a death that as of this past June seems undone. Do you know the Crocodile Hunter, Steve Irwin from Australia and his American wife Sue? They have had a very popular television show on the Discovery channel. Well, roughly three years ago, my partner and I were watching Discovery when we saw an announcement that the crocodile hunter had died. I remember this very well, because the crocodile that bit him to death is called "Bindi," and that's also my name. His wife told the story of how his beloved hand-reared pet crocodile Bindi had turned on him, and that the bit had been fatal.

Now, three years later, who do I see on TV doing an add for mobilephones.... the Crocodile man! Funny how the timelines of various parallel Earths are bleeding into ours. Amazing times indeed!

Affirmations Helped Me Find My Dream Job
Wadena, Saskatchewan

People often ask me, enviously, how I managed to get the ducky job I have now as a freelance editor. I work from my home office, my hours are totally flexible, and I make a better wage than I've ever made in my life and better than many people with their union jobs make.

I say, "This may sound flakey to you, but I got it by doing an affirmation."

It wasn't immediate. I started doing the affirmation while I was at a job I hated, one that I had to force myself to get up and go to every morning, one that I went to bed dreading the night before. I had done a tarot reading on the situation, and was shown that the current job was only a stepping stone to something better; that it wouldn't last forever. That gave me hope, but I still didn't have a direction, a path to follow to take me where I wanted to go, to help me feel I was moving ahead. Some days it was hard to believe I'd ever escape my particular job hell. I felt stuck in a bad situation, with no end in sight.

I loved using the computer and the internet and email. I wished I could make money with them as my tools, and be able to stay home rather than heading out on the highway five days a week, but for the life of me I couldn't imagine what kind of job would offer an option like that, or what training or contacts I'd need, or what luck.

So I made up an affirmation. Doing affirmations makes me feel hopeful, and as if at least I am doing SOMETHING toward getting where I want to go. Affirmations can't HURT. The affirmation I created was "I now earn an excellent income, doing what I love to do, when I love to do it, where I love to do it. I'm living the life of my dreams."

I didn't write it every day, but I gave it a melody and sang it every day on my way to and from work. Before long, every time I caught myself feeling anxious about not getting out of the job I hated, my unconscious would throw that affirmation up to my conscious mind and it would give me a positive outlook again. The noose around my neck would seem a little looser.

One day after several months of this I came home from work and saw an ad in a newspaper I'd always wanted to work at. I applied for the job, beat out over 100 other applicants, and became a fulltime proofreader in their newsroom. I had not had any training for work like this, but had a bit of experience and a naturally sharp eye for errors. I loved the job and was very efficient at it, and was so happy to get out of the previous one! The pay was better, the work environment was better, the work itself was more interesting, and I was satisfied.

After six months though, I still wished to work from home. I managed to set that up for part of the week, but with great resistance from my boss, and began to want to change employment. I didn't want to have a boss anymore. I began my affirmation again, and within a couple months, during my quest for freelance contract work, happened to ask the right person for a lead. She knew where a freelance editor was needed just then, and I interviewed by phone, then in person, and got the gig. It was so easy I could hardly believe it. I had no training to speak of, but I had related experience and natural ability and the kind of personality that was required.

The job was so flexible -- all done via email, internet, and phone -- that I was able to move out of the province and start a new life with my spouse and kids, back to my home area where I'd wanted to live for many years, in the country. The pay is good, no one is my boss (very important to my level of happiness in my work) and my work is respected and appreciated. I can work 0 hours a week or 40, and no one questions me. Because of the way it is set up, I was free to take my job with me when I moved from Saskatchewan to BC last year to be with my mom, who was dying of terminal cancer. I can work wherever I am, and the job allowed me to do something for myself and my family that I would have been unable to do without it. My mom's gone now, and I'm home on the farm again, and I thank my lucky stars every day that I know about affirmations and how to use them.

I now earn an excellent income, doing what I love to do, when I love to do it, where I love to do it. I'm living the life of my dreams.

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