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Transportation Past Accident
Atlanta, Georgia, USA

Years ago I was living in Atlanta, Georgia. One day I was late for an appointment and was driving a bit fast up a hill that went into a curve. As soon as I got to the top and was curving around, I saw there was an accident up ahead, blocking both lanes on my side of the road. I could immediately see I was going too fast to stop and was going to hit one of the cars; I could also see there was no way to veer off to the side, because there were people stopped on the sidewalk on my side of the road, and rubberneckers slowed down in the oncoming lanes.

I shut my eyes and braced myself for the impact... but it never came. I felt myself continue to drive forward, and when I opened my eyes the road in front of me was empty, and I could see the accident in my rear-view mirror!

Note from Cynthia: Wow, Anita, this story is awesome! I really love the way you describe the inevitability of vehicular impact... and the surprise when you opened your eyes to see the scene of the accident behind you! That moment when you closed your eyes may well have provided you with the opportunity to make a macro scale quantum jump from the about-to-crash reality into the other-side-of-the-accident reality. This kind of instantaneous teleportation is something quantum particles do called quantum tunneling, and it's also something people have been reporting on the realityshifters web site and in the RealityShifters ezine for many years. The January 2004 issue of RealityShifters How to Walk Through Walls was dedicated to this topic at and it's such an excellent example of how we can expect to see some quantum type behaviors on the macro (large) scale, simply due to the fact that it is a possibility, and can become a probability depending on how our consciousness gets involved in various situations.

Frankie Picasso
Package Delivered
Frankie Picasso
Ontario, Canada

This week the most amazing thing happened. I finally received proof positive that I am in charge of my own reality and that you are too. We really can shift our reality to suit our needs. My dear friend author Cynthia Sue Larson, states in her book Reality Shifts, that we actually walk in and out of reality shifts every day. In fact, she says, "we create the very world that we observe."

If this sounds too much like Star Trek, well maybe the Trekkies weren't so far off Holodeck path. Quantum Science has already proved that just by "observing quantum particle/waves, this act has the effect of popping the wave function and forcing the particles to choose their position as they materialized into physical form." So what does All of this have to do with me and my amazing story... EVERYTHING! You see, I decided to test Cynthia's theory about changing my reality to suit me.

I live in suburb where we have moved from the traditional mailbox by your front door to super mailboxes where each house has their own locked box at the end of their street. This means that we no longer get home delivery and we each have to pick up our own mail.Well, sometimes I don't go for a week or more, because I get busy or lazy or I am away. Such was the case this past week. When I finally did pick up the mail, there was lots of it and many from a few weeks prior still waiting for me to retrieve them. Well included in the stack of mail were two notices for pickup. This meant that a package had arrived for me that was too big for the mailbox, so now I would have to go to the post office to pick it up.

I noticed that the due date on the slip had already passed but I decided to try it anyway. I had been expecting something to come and I didn't want the hassle of having it returned to the sender. When I went to the post office, the postal employee at the desk took my ticket , scanned it, and went into the backroom to check for my parcel. When she came back out, she said that the item had already been sent back.

"NO," I cried. ( in my mind I kept envisioning it sitting there in the back). "Please, I said to her, there must be some way to catch it." This was Monday, and the package was returned on Saturday. Surely it must go to a warehouse or depot before it goes back to the sender. Another clerk came in at that time, and she reiterated several times what the first employee had said, there was no way to retrieve the package once it was sent out. There was really nothing that they could do. The package was gone.

This is where I asked myself. "What reality do you really want to have here?" Well I answered myself, "I want the reality where my package is in the back". So I questioned the clerk one more time and said "If someone had picked up my package on Saturday, where would it be today?" All of a sudden, the first girl looked at the second girl and asked her if she had worked on Saturday. She said "No, why?" Well then the second girl said that she didn't even know if there had even been a pick-up on Saturday. So she asked the first girl to go back into the storeroom and check to see if the truck had actually come on Saturday.

Well guess what? Lo and behold, I kept the intention strong in my mind that my package was still in the back waiting for me and VOILA., two minutes later the clerk came out beaming, holding my box in her hand. The box they had sworn ten minutes earlier was not there. "Here" she says, "This is for you". How great is that? To me, it was incredible. Remember, from the moment I entered the post office until I walked out with my parcel in hand, I had imagined that in my world, the parcel I came to pick up was there waiting for me.

Thanks Cynthia for helping me to become a better reality shifter.

Note from Cynthia: This is the kind of story that gets people to sit up and take notice that reality shifts are something we can play with every day... especially when we suddenly notice a situation that would be so much better if only it were just ever-so-slightly different! You did such a great job of holding firmly to your vision of your package waiting there for you, even in the face of initial nay-sayers. Fabulously well done!

Self-Mailing Email
Noble, Oklahoma, USA

Reporting my latest recognizable reality shift: I was sending a message within a corporate system to my programmer some distance away. Upon completion, the user is offered a chance to read and edit or not the message before it is actually launched. While waiting for that feedback and offer, I had to obey mother nature and make a dash elsewhere, knowing that when I came back I had only to click on one button to complete its transmission. However, upon returning, I discovered that it had already been transmitted. ..something had supplied that click for me! Now, if I could just get it to do the dishes for me...

What was on my mind at the time of this shift? A sense of frustration that nature's imperious call interrupted my completing a fairly important message. A number of years back, after ww2, there was much anxiety abroad about the possibility of large computers taking over the world. When I had my computer store after 'microcomputers' appeared, I had the experience one night of being very tired and using my word processor and slowly intending to type 'hat' and realizing that I had just typed 'cat' and somewhat chagrined raised my gaze to the screen to discover that the monitor showed 'hat' which I had intended, rather than what I was aware of typing. From then on, I discarded all fears of humanity losing control over computers.

I believe the two shifts, above, are of the order of magnitude of most shifts that occur in the lives of people, and often go unnoticed.

Note from Cynthia: This is such a wonderful reality shift story! Thank you so very much for sharing your thoughts about this shift! I agree with you that these shifts are the kind so many people experience, often without having a clue that this is what's just occurred. What I like so much about this particular story is that these days, people are experiencing a great deal of reality shifts with our computers and technology, but often these experiences leave people wondering if something amazing really happened, or if technology is supposed to work that way. The great thing about your reporting this story is that your familiarity with computers and technology allows you to realize that "computers don't send emails by themselves," so you know for sure that a reality shift occurred.

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