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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.

Reappearing Battery
Ontario, Canada

I have a reality shift to share with you. Recently when I was about to go to the mall with my mom, I checked the battery from my watch so I knew the number and size. As I took the very small battery out to check the size, I stopped at the dining room table and sat down. Suddenly, I forgot what I had done with the battery. I asked my mom and she said I had placed it in my pants pocket of my jeans. I had no memory of doing that at all. I was like a blank. And I felt sorta strange to just be so blank without even a hint.

Moving quickly like a flash past the bewilderment of forgetfulness I asked out loud, "where could the battery be?" My mom replied saying how she saw me put in in my pocket. I responded, "what pocket?" And as I was about to check all pockets, including jacket pockets, my mom said "It was your jean pocket." Almost instantly after that, right in front of me on the dining room table, the small round battery was almost glowing to me. I remarked happily to mom about the battery just showing up after I asked. She was rather surprised. We were both grateful, and headed out to the mall.

Yes, I have a new battery and my gold watch is ticking. Life is great, and I love the fact life keeps getting better and better. There is just more love to spread, and many reasons to smile.

Goodie Bags that Made Themselves
Douglasville, Georgia

I stayed home from school sick Friday and so I decided to make Halloween goodie bags so that my mom didn't have to. I had to make 80, and over the course of about an hour I made 78, and I had two more empty bags left to put candy in. I left the room for a few minutes to take more cold pills, and came back. I couldn't find the two empty bags! I looked around for a few minutes, the decided to count how many bags I already had done. There were 80! The goodie bags had made themselves!

Remote Reappears
Berkeley, California

My two housemates and I recently decided to watch a movie together, so I brought my TV/DVD player from the shelf next to my desk in my room into the livingroom. When I returned to my bedroom to get the remote, I couldn't find it anywhere. This was odd, because I always put it either on top of the set (and I hadn't heard it fall off) or on the edge of my computer desk next to my mouse, just in front of my printer. After searching fruitlessly I decided it didn't matter because I could start the DVD manually from the front of the set. "Oh well," I thought, "it'll show up."

We got halfway through the DVD, got tired, and went to bed. I checked my email before bed and again when I woke in the morning. And again at lunch, a fourth time just before dinner, and a fifth time before going into the livingroom to watch the rest of the DVD with Mary and Lloyd. Much to my aggravation, I discovered that the remote is necessary for the fast-forward control; there is no fast forward button on the front of the set. I quickly scoured my room, and after about ten frustrating minutes, called in my housemate Mary. I told her where I usually keep the remote, and together we still couldn't locate it. Then Lloyd came in with a very large flashlight and we tore the room apart. For close to an hour we moved every movable piece of furniture, emptied drawers, and searched with the flashlight in every dark place -- including moving the mouse to lift up the printer tray. No luck.

I started wondering how much it would cost to replace the darn thing. Once again, I sat at my computer to check email before bed. Completely absorbed in what I was reading, I put my hand on my mouse, and noticed it felt very odd. I had put my hand on the remote, which was now sitting directly inbetween the mouse and the keyboard, only a couple inches from the edge of my printer tray. When I walked into the kitchen to show my housemates the remote, Lloyd looked shocked. "But it wasn't there! Remember when I looked under the tray with the flashlight?!"

Mary, the daughter of an astrophysicist, decided that her two spacehead roommates had not seen the obvious (her rationale that she hadn't seen it either was that she hadn't looked very hard). Here's my theory. Not only do dematerializations occur, but I think in a sense Mary's observation is correct - they occur much more commonly among those of us who tend to be "spacey," because our minds are flexible enough that we can make shifts more easily. This is kind of a Catch-22, like the quantum physics observation that the attitude of the scientist performing the experiment affects the results.

Whatever the reason for its disappearance and reappearance, I KNOW beyond a shadow of a doubt that my remote was NOT sitting on my desk in between my mouse and keyboard for over 24 hours without me noticing. And wherever it was, I hope it had a good time...

Protection by Love & Manifestation
Olympia, Washington

My name is Laraine and I have proof that manifestation and love goes a long way. My husband and I are high school sweethearts. Unfortunately, we went our seperate paths for a few years and lost touch. I was in Sasebo, Japan and he was in Cuba, and Afganistan. There never was day to where I did not think about him. He came home to Washington in 2003 and drove all the way from one side of the mountains to the other just to leave a note on my aunt's door, hoping that it would reach me. Well, it just so happens that it did. I came home on leave and we got married. I went back to Japan and he was sent to Iraq. Before I went back to Japan I gave him a Saint Christopher's pendant to wear around his neck as a symbol of my love to keep him safe. To this day he has never taken it off. :)

Durring that time that he was there I prayed and asked for help from my gaurdian angels and his as well. Every morning and all through out the day I would imagine a bubble around my husband and pray for his saftey. He had quite a few situations to where his life was almost taken. Both him and I have come to the conclusion that if it was not for my love, prayers and the "bubble" that I would imagine around him his life would cease to exsist. I am a firm believer that love is so powerfull and I have living proof that love can reach anyone as long as you can imagine them in your mind. Your love for that person will not only protect that person but the person will feel that love as well.

There is a song that I love and a phrase from it is, "I'm carrying your love with me from west virginia down to Tennesee." That is so true. No matter where you are or where the person you love is, who ever that may be, love is all you really truly need to get through the tough times. My husband is home now and we have a beautiful son who will be three months on the 21st of October. All is well if you trust yourself and the universe to give you what you ask for, and surround yourself with people you love and those who love you.

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