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Dreaming of a New World with Conscious Agents

2022-06-06 Cynthia 15Amidst obvious chaotic transformational worldwide changes, what’s less evident is how the new world will differ from what we’re currently experiencing.
While I was mulling this over, a friend informed me that she’d just had a dream with me.  We’d been setting up a table for some kind of event being held in a courtyard in England, when I walked out to a central place featured with red dirt, and suddenly the Earth opened up and I began to fall into a deepening chasm with spiky stalagmites down below.  In the dream, my friend moved as if in slow motion, and managed to catch me and pull me back up to safe ground.  We did our best to create a warning barrier so people wouldn’t fall into the hole, but some children were playing on some terraced steps that emerged around the edges of the hole.
I told my friend that if this was my dream, I’d do a four-step analysis process on it, starting with the full narrative she provided (a fair bit more detailed than my brief summary above), then separating out every significant dream element, then free-associating what those dream elements mean to me, and then putting together a narrative based on the free association.  The end result of that was:
Good friends, supported by deep foundations of loving family travel on an adventure together to a large community gathering event and experience.  The friends are well prepared for this adventure, with strong foundations and support–and with assurance that this adventure will be protected, with any possible adverse events being cushioned along the way.  Thanks to the presence of angelic support, protection, inspiration and guidance, healing and balance is possible throughout.  As the friends reach out to communicate with the rest of those around, it becomes clear that something big and central is about to happen that involves native indigenous wisdom and Mother Earth/Gaia herself.  This is a time of breakdown and breakthrough–a time of awakening through some shocking developments that catch people by surprise, with sudden revelation of deep chasms of subconscious issues appearing suddenly.  The nature of how this is felt is between the 4th and 5th energy centers–moving from heart to throat–requiring mastery of respect and communication with all conscious agents (people, animals, plants, angels, God, Earth). A process of coordinating collective subconscious issues now begins, sometimes being felt in uniquely subjective ways in space and time.  Thanks to supporting one another, and sharing information, safe passage can be made.  New generations can thus flourish in the new 5th world. 

Choosing Revhumanism at the Dawning of the 5th World

This topic of the dawning of the Fifth World, and the global awakening to the Golden Age feels like the long-awaited crossroads that humanity has been expecting for millennia.  This long-prophesied decision point has been visually depicted as a choice between two paths that is carved in stone on the Hopi Prophecy Rock near Oraibi, Arizona.  The two options can be known by the names:  Transhumanism and Revhumanism.
Revhumanism is a philosophy of harmoniously living and co-creating with a living, developing Cosmos—with reverence for the Earth, and other beings.  The Latin “rev” relates to ideas of reviving, regaining, recalling, and growing strong and young again. “Rev” also stands for reverence—a quality that inspires us to live up to our truly highest potential of seeing and respecting the inspiration, light, and consciousness that all of creation shares. Revhumanism invites humans to return to honoring the Earth as the source of life and sustenance.

AmplituhedronSpaceTime is Dead

In a conversation we had recently for the International Mandela Effect Conference with Dr. Donald Hoffman, I’m inspired to hear that he is noticing some scientists declaring that space-time is dead. On the face of it, this may not seem like such an important statement to make. And it might seem meaningless, or ridiculous, or impossible. To most material realists, that would indeed be the case.
Dr. Donald Hoffman is not the kind of scientist who believes that consciousness arises from neural activity, but rather he asserts it is very much the other way around.  Space-time is dead precisely because the mathematics and science to support an assumption that all of reality is based on material matter is overly complicated, and inadequately elegant. Ever since the discovery of some new foundational mathematics involving geometry’s that we have yet to fully comprehend, we can see that there must exist some thing prior to what we know is space and time. The amplituhedron is evidence of a much more elegant mathematics and underlying physics to the cosmos.

Consciousness is Fundamental

Physicist Max Planck has been quoted as saying that you cannot get behind consciousness, and that consciousness if fundamental. When we start from such an understanding of reality, it becomes clear that this must be the case.  Within this realm of consciousness, we know ourselves to be conscious agents.  This idea of conscious agency is one we can experience every time we see a newborn baby’s smile.
This idea of conscious agency can also give us a clue about where humans can next evolve.  We are at across roads at this time when some people imagine taking their consciousness into some kind of electronic cloud where it can be transferred ad infinitum to an ultimately endless string of robotic artificial intelligence host vehicles. This notion of trans humanism casts some kind of seductive spell for many material realists.  For those of us who have a sense of consciousness that exists before we are born and after we die, the idea of fundamental conscious agency presents breathtakingly positive possibilities for us all.
I feel a sense of connection, optimism, compassion and support when I greet the conscious agency that I feel in birds trees and other plants and animals.  This past year I have made friends with a squirrel who has brought the best apples on the tree to me, and a gopher who is working on soil improvement programs in the garden. There is a scrub Jay who flies into my garden when I am outside, and sometimes rests on the closest tree branch next to me. When I lovingly care for redwood trees at the edge of my property on hot days, I feel a sense of love and connection between the trees and myself, and quite often weather patterns change.  In some cases a dry spell ends, and much-needed rain arrives.  These connections that I feel so closely in my heart seem to me to be a manager of one conscious agent recognizing another.  Through such respectful connections and communications, I can feel the beginning of a new world.
For those seeking the science behind relationships of conscious agents, we are just now at the Dawn of this new golden age. Philosophers, mathematicians, physicist, and consciousness researchers have much to discuss. We can see the beckoning wonder of the amplituhedron, with its breathtakingly elegant mathematics.

Prepare to Exit the Machine

This period of time in human history seems especially turbulent and divisive, with many discerning people noticing that some people are “trusting the science” and coming to very different conclusions than other people who say that they are also “trusting the science.”  Wherever your trust has been or currently resides, we can all hone our skills of intuitive discernment to ensure that decisions we make in our personal lives reflect what we are truly living for, who and what we genuinely love and care about, and what we honestly need and require.
We can co-create a new world together, thanks to respecting relationships that acknowledge that we are conscious agents, who exist at a deeper level of reality than spacetime.  We can work together harmoniously on this co-creation aligning the neural centers in our brains, our hearts, and our guts–so that each one of us can know and feel that what we need and love and desire.  We can ensure we are living a life of reverence with ourselves and one another and all of our relations, so we can co-create a beautiful world based on heart-felt genuine connections.
And for the very best results, I recommend that we remind one another and ourselves to initiate and maintain positive onward-and-upward intentional guidance by asking, “How good can it get?” every day and in every situation.
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Larson, Cynthia.  Choosing Revhumanism in Apocalyptic Times.  11 October 2013.

International Mandela Effect Conference.  “Perceiving Reality with Donald Hoffman.”  Season 2, Episode 5.  25 May 2022.

Larson, Cynthia.  Reality Shifts:  When Consciousness Changes the Physical World.  2011.

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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:


Dawn of the Fifth World


“There are as many worlds as there are kinds of days, and as an opal changes its colors and its fire to match the nature of a day, so do I.” — John Steinbeck

What I love about the above quotation is the reminder it embodies to us to choose our attitudes wisely and well. The way we respond to situations makes a tremendous difference in what reality… what world… we subsequently find ourselves in.

This reminder to live our lives according to our highest calling and ability is especially important now, as we move through and past the Information Age and toward a new as-yet-unnamed human epoch in history. It may seem hard to contemplate where, exactly, we’re headed when so many things are changing so fast.

If you’ve ever floated down a river on a raft and come to a place where the river narrows, you’ll recall that’s where the water moves most swiftly, rushing fastest through the narrowest rapids. If you’re feeling a bit like you’re speeding through something akin to rapids right now in December 2012, you’re not alone. Not only are we flooded with information, but some of us are noticing that what we focus on is moving from mere idea to reality faster than ever before. Many people have noticed that this past year has been one of the most challenging… and full of unexpected hardships and difficulties, and like me, are looking forward to a fresh start and new beginnings.

If we imagine that we are accelerating down a road in a car instead of down a river, we can visualize how as our speed increases through the rapids, we’d be shifting to higher and higher gears. We can think of the December 2012 gear change as bringing us to a state of consciousness between levels of awareness, while we prepare to move forward. While indigenous peoples such as the Hopi and Mayans see us moving to the transition between long calendar cycles, we might well ask, “Where are we going after the Information Age?’ and “Where do we want to be?”

The direction I’d most like to see us moving in is toward a world based on fundamental core values that make life most enjoyable, such as: compassion, kindness, integrity, harmony, balance, respect, and cooperation. People in this new world will understand the wisdom of making choices and solving problems without fear. Indeed, this is pretty much exactly what optimistic futurists have predicted is coming next, and it is through sharing such intentions that we can best now envision how to arrive there from where we are right now.

Dying to Be MeIf you’re wondering what such a world would be like, or what it would feel like to be in such a state of mind and heart, I’m fairly certain you’ll love a book called Dying to be Me. It’s the real-life story of how Anita Moorjani died of cancer… and then came back to life after an amazing near-death experience in which she realized she could be well simply by dropping all her fears and simply being herself. I love the way Moorjani describes the feeling of pure unconditional divine love she felt–pure agape–and the sense of fearlessness and Oneness she experienced from a state of consciousness that allowed her to watch everything unfolding on Earth… as well as see what was transpiring in the emergency room where doctors were doing everything they could to save her malnourished, cancer-ravished body. This book doesn’t just tell a story about overcoming cancer–it’s really about attaining prosperity and abundance and blessings by letting go of fears and moving into a state of allowing as you are fully 100% yourself. This is a book you’ll likely want to get more than one copy of, so you can loan and give copies away… it’s that good!

 Are you ready to celebrate the end not only of 2012 but the past 7,885 solar years as we move from the fourth to the fifth world at the completion of the long count of 2,880,000 days? Here’s a link to a live countdown to December 21, 2012… all you need for your celebration is your choice of guests, party food, hats, horns and confetti:

Reality ShiftsFor most people, December 21, 2012 and the days soon thereafter will likely feel like most any other day. Even if the biggest reality shifts imaginable occur, most people will  likely adapt to all such changes as if the world has always been this way. This seems to be a big part of the way reality shifts in general, and even with the most remarkable shifts, there is usually such a sense of normalness about all of it, as if some part of ourselves was always conscious to some degree in that other reality. When I’ve noticed reality shifts, as I’ve described in my book, Reality Shifts: When Consciousness Changes the Physical World, there is seldom any truly strange sense of things being wrong or even tremendously different after each reality shift, but rather a sense of “new normalness” about the shifted reality. It will be interesting to see how things continue to change and move forward post 2012, in the fresh new beginning of the new world.

As we ask ourselves and one another, “How good can it get?” we help to collectively envision the most positive imaginable future. This moment in time right here and now is ideal for becoming aware of all our possible selves. This is also the perfect moment to consider how we would most love to live our lives free from fear… and full of love and joy.

You can watch me discuss this topic on my YouTube video, Dawn of the Fifth World… and please feel free to comment with your thoughts and ideas here on this blog and in the comments under the video. I’d love to know how you feel!

Love always,
Cynthia Sue Larson
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