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Cynthia Sue Larson

Cynthia Sue Larson

Can we really go back in time and relive past events?

I get several emails a month from people expressing regret for previous events, along with a desire to fix the present by changing the past. A lot of people would really love to experience a do-over–to get a fresh start and new opportunity to re-experience previous life events, this time making different choices and experiencing different outcomes.

These emails come to me thanks to my having posted videos and articles about changing the past, which some people interpret as suggesting that they can literally learn to jump back in time to relive and re-experience events. I have answered many of these queries in the question and answer section of the RealityShifters ezine, explaining that while evidence exists suggesting that the past can be influenced by future observations, this is not an area in which I’ve witnessed people demonstrating time traveling proficiency.

We can experience many possible realities

What I have experienced, and what many other people have experienced, is a change in our memories compared with what appears to be supporting historical evidence of the moment. Such discrepancies can be indicative of the presence of superpositions of states–in which many possible realities exist as possibilities side-by-side. Not only do possible realities exist for this present moment and future moments, but also for our past.

We can witness superposition of states in our physical lives through observing apparent changes to history–when we become aware that some kind of change has occurred, such that a spontaneous remission from disease has occurred, or some other kind of alternate history is being experienced. This is the kind of reality shifting I write about in my books, Reality Shifts and Quantum Jumps, rather than going back in time with the intention to rectify past events so everything can be more perfect right now.

Go with the flow, with optimistic acceptance 

When we come to some degree of acceptance for what is going on in our lives right now with the additional awareness that we exist in a superposition of states while we maintain an optimistic perspective, we are able to “go with the flow,” while at the same time enjoying support from those like-minded individuals who care about what we care about. With such support, seen or unseen, we can ask together,

“How good can it get?”




QuantumJumps300x150adCynthia Sue Larson is the best-selling author of six books, including Quantum Jumps. Cynthia has a degree in Physics from UC Berkeley, and discusses consciousness and quantum physics on numerous shows including the History Channel, Coast to Coast AM, the BBC and One World with Deepak Chopra. You can subscribe to Cynthia’s free monthly ezine at:

Comments on: "Quantum Jumps and Changing the Past" (6)

  1. Vivek narain said:

    So in effect we migrate to a timeline where the cancer never was,rest of the things intact,the periods of engagement with the cancer filled by some routine affairs.Going further with this matter,if the person with cancer dies and couple of years elapse,will it still be possible to shift to,where the person lives? In that case the events of couple years should have to be very undramatic,placid.This opens another proverb,’The meek shall survive the earth’.

  2. Greg Butler said:

    Would love to Reality Shift to simply the start of last year – to do the job the doctors failed to do.
    Mom was a breast cancer survivor. Everything I’ve read recently mentions the cancer usually comes back. If just a matter of when.
    Sadly these doctors and the industry followed no protocol.
    Mom was late diagnosed with Brain and Bone cancers. Something that should have been caught in the early and treatable stages.
    Instead they allowed it to fester in what they called terminal or untreatable.
    Even at the tail end they didn’t throw the kitchen sink at it like you would expect them to.
    Anything to provide the momentum swing Mom desperately needed. She truly thought she was going to beat this a second time.
    Sadly she didn’t have a team of fighters for her doctors and they didn’t have the same mindset.
    Due to their incompetence they allowed her to simply deteriorate from the strongest woman we’ve ever known.
    My prayers for as of late is to reality shift back and put the follow-up protocol in place and allow her to beat this things as she should have.
    No one should ever be penalized for the mistakes of others.
    So bring on the Reality Shift for the year that should have never happened. If that can be done….

  3. Robert Fass said:

    When someone shifts from timeline A to timeline B what happens to the person at
    timeline A?

    • From a viewpoint that true identity resides in the Eternal self, in the form of pure consciousness, we seem to be like travelers who select various physical realities to ‘walk through,’ moment by moment. Consciousness traveling through other physical points and ‘timelines’ can also exist, though we might know little of them, and it would be as if we occupy parallel realities.

  4. scifimike70 said:

    Understanding from Bashar that our pasts are illusions, something I worked very hard to have faith in last night was that only my desired memories can be real for me, and that everything else I could just release. I have had some loved ones who have passed from cancer. That hasn’t changed in this timeline I currently occupy. But all my special memories of them still exist and they still benefit my growth. If all I can change in any timeline is myself, then I can understand that and find wisdom in that. Thank you, Cynthia. How good can it get?

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