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The idea of quantum jumping has been a term used in recent years to describe how we all have the potential to shift our reality from a less desirable set of circumstances to one that we truly prefer.
But what does this actually mean? Do we really have the ability to craft our destiny? Cynthia Sue Larson, author of the new book Quantum Jumps says that we certainly do and in this interview she shares her own insights as well as those in the scientific community who are now yielding to the idea that the quantum reality normally observed from a subatomic perspective can be demonstrated on a much larger scale. This is fantastic information. Listen in as we discuss how we all can benefit from the process of conscious quantum jumping.
More about our guest
Cynthia Sue Larson is a best-selling author, speaker, and intuitive life coach who helps people transform themselves from accidental manifestors into conscious reality shifters. Cynthia has written books and articles about the ways consciousness changes the physical world, and has presented papers at international conferences on science, spirituality, and consciousness. Results from her “How Do You Shift Reality?” surveys conducted in April 2000 and June 2013 document incidences of the most commonly experienced types of reality shifts, and her RealityShifters web site has compiled one of the most extensive collections of reality shift reports in the world. Her popular ezine, RealityShifters, is eagerly awaited each month by thousands of subscribers world-wide.
Cynthia’s articles have appeared in journals ranging from Magical Blend to Parabola, and she has appeared in numerous TV and radio shows including the Discovery Channel, the History Channel, Coast to Coast AM with George Noory, and BBC. She has a degree in physics from UC Berkeley, an MBA degree, and a Doctor of Divinity. Cynthia invites us to focus our attention on the positive when considering events in the past, present, and future by asking, “How good can it get?”
Visit Cynthia’s web site: Reality Shifters
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