Live your best possible life. How good can it get?

2022-07-26 CSL QJ AA AA2This past month, it came to my attention that a passage from one of my books that I’d received the most emails about is now–and apparently always has been–missing.  By missing, I mean I can find no trace of it anywhere.  And it seems likely to me that it’s gone missing for many years.
Aura AdvantageYou might well wonder why I would say such thing, let alone wonder how such a thing could be possible.  I’ll start by describing how this matter first came to my attention this past week.  I’d received a couple of emails from two different authors, and both email conversations prompted me to mention a certain memorable section from my book, Aura Advantage.  This was a very unique and unusual section of the book, where I describe how one day, I heard my salad telepathically communicate with me.  I used to get emails each year, up until maybe seven years ago or so, from people who were disturbed by the idea that salad might be sentient.  Typically, these readers had explained to me that they were vegetarians or vegans, and also that they were first startled and then somewhat horrified at the thought of anyone conversing with vegetables before eating them.  People are not writing to me anymore regarding this concern, and they haven’t written emails to me about this for many years now.  It seems the reason might be that my books no longer have anything like this in any of them.  That now-missing passage had been part of my book from when the first edition was published in 2003, up until possibly 2015–and I only noticed it’s missing this past month.
I next wondered if perhaps I might have been confused by thinking the missing passage was part of another book I’d written, so I carefully searched the original text files for all my books, including Reality Shifts and Quantum Jumps, and found no such passage anywhere.  When all logical possibilities were exhausted, the remaining leading explanation for what occurred is that my book has experienced a reality shift, such that now I just have memories that there once was a paragraph describing how my salad ‘spoke’ to me telepathically, and how reading this one paragraph used to be upsetting to some people to the point that they would write to me.
I’d love to hear from you if you remember reading such a passage in my book, so we can gain a sense of what people remember this missing passage used to say, and what you remember about it.  By sharing what you recall, if anything, we can gain further insights regarding how these kinds of reality shifts and Mandela Effects occur.

Quantum Jumps book changed

Quantum JumpsThis isn’t the first time I’ve noticed that something I wrote has changed, such that all I had was my memory of what I’d originally written and that was published in the book.  The first time I noticed that this had happened was when I was preparing to give my talk for the 2019 International Mandela Effect Conference in Idaho.  While preparing to give my talk, I wanted to include the short explanatory passage I’d included in Quantum Jumps where I provided insights to what is illustrated on the cover of the book–including a link between the very small world of quantum physics, and the physics of the very large cosmological galaxies, stars, and planets.  I was amazed that this passage was completely missing when I prepared my talk, and grateful that I’d be talking about the very phenomenon that could help explain it, to an open-minded audience who was genuinely interested in the Mandela Effect and reality shifts such as this:  The Science and History of Reality Shifts and Mandela Effects.
The change to Quantum Jumps would have happened between the time it was first published in 2013 and 2019 when I noticed it missing.  I’ve not (yet) seen it return to the book, but that is a distinct possibility, and something I’ll be happy to see if and when it ever happens. What I remember this passage stating is something like this:
As physicists Leonard Susskind and Raphael Bousso have suggested, the many-worlds interpretation of quantum physics and the cosmological multiverse are one and the same thing. 
The omission of a paragraph connecting the quantum and relativistic physics is a strikingly obvious change to the book for me.  It’s something so noteworthy that it’s hard for me not to notice.  If you remember that there used to be such an explanatory statement in Quantum Jumps, please contact me and let me know, since through such individual subjective observations with whatever details you remember, there is much we can learn about reality shifts and the Mandela Effect.
When contemplating how the Mandela Effect may be affecting books, as when doing pretty much anything, I recommend asking at every opportunity, “How good can it get?”

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Koebler, Jason. “Is CERN Causing Collective Mass Delusion by Creating Portals to Alternate Dimensions? An Investigation.”  VICE Motherboard.  20 Jul 2022.
Larson, Cynthia Sue.  Aura Advantage:  How the Colors in Your Aura Can Help You Attain Your Desires and Attract Success.  Lightworker Publishing.  2006.
Larson, Cynthia Sue. Quantum Jumps: An Extraordinary Science of Happiness and Prosperity.  RealityShifters.  2013.

Larson, Cynthia Sue. Reality Shifts: When Consciousness Changes the Physical World. RealityShifters, 2012.

Prasad, Deepasri and Bainbridge, Wilma.  “The Visual Mandela Effect as evidence for shared and specific false memories across people.”  Psychological Science.  2022.


QuantumJumps300x150adCynthia Sue Larson is the best-selling author of six books, including Quantum Jumps.  Cynthia has a degree in physics from UC Berkeley, an MBA degree, a Doctor of Divinity, and a second degree black belt in Kuk Sool Won. Cynthia is the founder of RealityShifters, and first President of the International Mandela Effect Conference. Cynthia hosts “Living the Quantum Dream” on the DreamVisions7 radio network, and has been featured in numerous shows including Gaia, the History Channel, Coast to Coast AM, One World with Deepak Chopra, and BBC. Cynthia reminds us to ask in every situation, “How good can it get?” Subscribe to her free monthly ezine at:


Comments on: "My Mandela Effect affected books" (6)

  1. beverlyguhl said:

    Cynthia! How utterly fascinating that you experienced such a personal ME of your own writing/books! Amazing. When I tell some people about the ME they have become a bit freaked out. It makes them very uncomfortable. They need their tidy patch of reality to hold onto, and this shakes the foundation a bit. When a good friend of mine gets alarmed by something happening I tell her not to worry, this is all an illusion anyway. Ha. She thinks the metaphysical is interesting but prefers not to think about any of it. I can’t even imagine feeling that way.

    Keep up the amazing work! Let’s just see how good it can get!! ❤️Love and hugs, Bev


    • Yes, this really was a surprising experience, both times! The second time I noticed a section of one of the books I’ve written going missing, I didn’t spend so many hours looking for it. I remembered, “This has happened to me before,” and was able to enjoy knowing the most offending passage of my book, “Aura Advantage,” is no longer quite so upsetting to some people, since it is no longer part of that book.

  2. Thank you, dear Bev! Yes, I find these experiences deeply and profoundly fascinating, and rather challenging to some widely-held assumptions regarding “objective reality” (it’s starting to look like there may be no such thing), and egoic control. We hear “trust the science” much more often than “trust Nature,” with an unfortunate resulting tendency for some people to feel terrified if humans and human-constructs are not in full and complete control. So the Mandela Effect invites all of us to bring these assumptions into question, and that is uncomfortable to some of us.

  3. As always, thank you for your work. I bought and enjoyed Quantum Jumps and have followed the RealityShifters Blog ever since. I totally relate to many of the Mandela Effects. And I’ve had a few personal “effects”, about a month ago I did my normal morning stuff, letting out the dogs, giving the cats milk, making coffee, and then heating milk in the microwave for my coffee. I came back into the kitchen and the milk carton was gone and the normal drops of milk I clumsily spill were not on the counter. Sigh. So I retraced my steps looking for the milk carton. Nothing. WTF. I even went back to the bathroom to see if I’d taken it with me. Nope. BUT when I returned to the kitchen the carton was sitting on the counter along with the split drops of milk. I did not imagine this! Then recently when Ivana Trump died from falling down her stairs, I was confused. Hadn’t this already happened in the past, during or prior to the Donald’s tenure? It’s much like my memories of Nelson Mandela and Billy Graham that don’t jibe with our current accepted reality. Fascinating, indeed, and perhaps a bit disconcerting!

    • Thank you, dear Nicole! I can relate to your experience witnessing a “flip-flop” from one set of events to another–presumably with nobody else around who might have had motive and opportunity to make those changes. You’re definitely not alone in remembering celebrities having died before, at different times than the current official story. Fascinating, indeed!

  4. […] Part 2. “I describe how one day, I heard my salad telepathically communicate with me. I used to get emails each year, up until maybe seven years ago or so, from people who were disturbed by the idea that salad might be sentient.” Cynthia Sue Larson. […]

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