How Malleable Is Reality?withCynthia Sue Larson

Books Mentioned In This Interview

cynthia sue larson quantum jumps cynthia sue larson the aura advantage mary rose barrington jott: when things disappear and come back or relocate and why it really happens jeffrey mishlove the pk man: a true story of mind over matter uri geller and guy lyon playfair the geller effect john archibald wheeler geons, black holes, and quantum foam henry stapp mind, matter and quantum mechanics k ramakrishna rao j. b. rhine on the frontiers of science elizabeth rauscher the holographic anthropic multiverse larry dossey reinventing medicine jay wheeler alternate: the mandela effect p m h atwater future memory stasha eriksen the mandela effect elizabeth loftus the malleability of memory gottfried wilhelm leibnitz philosophical writings ramakrishna rao j. b. rhine on the frontiers of science atwater future memory

Cynthia Sue Larson, MBA, hosts Living the Quantum Dream on the DreamVisions7 radio network. She is author of Reality Shifts: When Consciousness Changes the Physical World, also Quantum Jumps and The Aura Advantage.

Here she describes unusual case histories she has been collecting for the past twenty years involving disruptions of normal reality. This includes objects suddenly appearing out of nowhere, objects disappearing and then returning, people traveling long distances in an impossibly short amount of time, and instances when masses of people remember events that did not occur in this timeline. This latter phenomenon is known as the Mandela Effect. She believes that these events cannot simply be attributed to faulty memory.

(Recorded on July 7, 2020)

Published on July 17, 2020


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