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Reality Shifts: What Happens to Those Who Slip Between the Cracks of Time and Space?

P.M.H. Atwater, L.H.D., New Dawn
Waking Times

Perception determines “truth.” We invent our own reality through our own perceptions and others’, and by accepting what appears to be real as real. History is filled with stories of people who, in “slipping between the cracks” of their own consciousness (thus altering how they perceived the world around them) uncovered different ways to experience reality. What they accomplished in doing this made an impact on society. You and I, all of us, have profited again and again because this happened.

Chester F. Carlson, for example, inventor of the Xerox duplication process and founder of the Xerox Corporation, was a devotee of a certain trance medium who channelled spirit beings. While attending a series of sessions with the woman, he eventually “received” the photocopy process from the spirit beings she contacted. After experimenting with the technique and making a few adjustments, the Xerox process was born, along with a multi-billion-dollar company.

George Washington Carver took the peanut, until then used as hog food, and the exotic and neglected sweet potato, and turned them into hundreds of products, including cosmetics, grease, printer’s ink, coffee, and peanut butter. Carver said he got his answers by walking in the woods at four in the morning. “Nature is the greatest teacher and I learn from her best when others are asleep,” he said. “In the still hours before sunrise, God tells me of the plans I am to fulfil.” How did George Washington Carver communicate with God during the wee hours of morning? He said it himself – through the assistance of angels and fairies. And he isn’t the only one to make such a claim.

Peter and Eileen Caddy and their colleague Dorothy Maclean give the same credits in describing the work they accomplished. This troupe, along with Caddy’s three sons, took up residence near an inlet to the North Sea at Findhorn, Scotland, for the purpose of setting up a co-creative link between themselves and nature intelligences – that is to say, angels (what they later called “devas”) and fairies (“nature spirits”). They became willing workers with nature’s own in an attempt to co-create a garden the likes of which would defy every known rule of convention and climate. That was 1962. Today, the Findhorn Gardens regularly draw people from across the globe to tour the premises and take classes at Cluny Hill College, classes on how to communicate with angelic forces and helper spirits while at the same time enhancing one’s own sense of spirituality.

The people I have mentioned came to perceive reality from a vantage point other than the norm; then they used what they gained from that experience to benefit others. Different ways of experiencing reality happen when individuals expand their consciousness. Whether accidental or on purpose, that shift in perception also alters the meaning and the importance of time and space.

Native Runners Expand Reality

Documented cases of native runners, especially those in North and South America, illustrate this. In Peter Nabokov’s book Indian Running, an anthropologist by the name of George Laird described what happened to one runner who lived in the southwestern part of the United States:

“One morning he left his friends at Cotton Wood Island in Nevada and said he was going to the mouth of the Gila River in southern Arizona. He didn’t want anyone else along, but when he was out of sight, the others began tracking him. Beyond the nearby dunes his stride changed. The tracks looked as if he had just been staggering along, taking giant steps, his feet touching the ground at long irregular intervals, leaving prints that became further and further apart and lighter and lighter in the sand. When they got to Fort Yuma they learned that he had arrived at sunrise of the same day he had left them,” thus arriving before he departed. The runner’s altered perception enabled him to accomplish this feat; he did not allow himself to be bound by normal perceptions of time and space.

Let’s not forget the Australian aborigines. Theirs is the oldest continually existing culture on Earth (around for at least 50,000 years), and they maintain an understanding of time and space – of reality – that deserves our attention.

What they call “dreaming” has little to do with sleep or dreams which occur during sleep. Dreaming for them is actually more akin to a type of “flow” where one becomes whatever is focused on and suddenly knows whatever needs to be known at the moment. Aborigines sometimes use drugs to achieve this state but, more often than not, drumming, chanting, rhythmic movements, and certain other sounds and rituals suffice. In this state of consciousness participants seem to “merge with” or “enter into” soil, rocks, animals, sky, or whatever else they focus on – including the “Inbetween” (what appears to exist between time and space, as if through a crack in creation).

These people believe reality consists of two space/time continua, not one – that which can be experienced during wake time and that during dream time, with dream time slightly ahead of its counterpart, yet capable of merging into all time, of what Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Gary Snyder calls “everywhen.”

To Australian aborigines, wake time is where learning is acted out and utilised, but dream time is where learning is first acquired. For them, dream time is the place where all possibilities and all memory reside. Stories are told of aborigines who physically appear and disappear as they slip back and forth from one continuum to the other, from the here and now to the alternate universes they believe exist and the everywhen they know awaits them. Wise ones, be they monks or shamans or healers or mystics, are like this. They know life extends beyond the boundaries of perception. Yet perception itself can be flawed.

Yes, it is a fact that individuals and societies have always organised the cosmos to fit their own preferred beliefs. This is what defines the relationship between heresy (independent thinking) and orthodoxy (mutually accepted bias). But it is also a fact that the bizarre can intrude upon one’s life so dramatically that one is forced to shift one’s awareness of real versus unreal.

Fiction Can Foretell Reality

Reality shifts (sometimes called coincidences) take on many guises. Fiction, for example, sometimes foretells reality. Were the authors of prophetic works inspired by altered perceptions of reality?

The popular movie China Syndrome, starring Jane Fonda, depicted a nuclear facility meltdown. Three weeks after the movie opened, the same kind of disaster actually happened at Three Mile Island near Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

The 1961 novel Strangers in a Strange Land, written by Robert A. Heinlein, told the story of a global chief executive who made decisions based on his wife’s advice, advice she obtained from regular consultations with a San Francisco astrologer. In 1988, media headlines carried the story that Nancy Reagan frequently consulted a San Francisco astrologer, and that the advice she passed along to her husband Ronald Reagan, then President of the United States, was based on those consultations.

The novel Futility, an 1898 creation of Morgan Robertson, detailed the sinking of an unsinkable ship, the largest vessel afloat. This imaginary ship, named Titan, collided with an iceberg during April, resulting in a high loss of life because the ship carried too few lifeboats. Fourteen years later, with uncanny similarities, the real ship Titanic re-created what happened in the novel: The two ships had almost identical names; both ships were designated unsinkable; both were touted as the largest ships at sea; both collided with icebergs in April; both resulted in many deaths due to a shortage of lifeboats. Plus, both had strikingly similar floor plans and technical descriptions.

Radio broadcaster Paul Harvey aired a grim tale of three shipwrecked sailors and one cabin boy, adrift and facing starvation, who drew lots to see who would forfeit his life so the others could survive. The contest was rigged to make certain the cabin boy, Richard Parker, would lose. Evidence used at the subsequent court trial that convicted all three of murder and cannibalism included a story written by Edgar Allen Poe. Titled ‘The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket’, Poe’s tale described three shipwrecked sailors who rigged a drawing of lots, then killed and ate their cabin boy companion, Richard Parker. Poe’s story, which so accurately described the drama, every detail as it actually happened – including the victim’s correct name – was written and published 46 years before the event happened, even before the participants were born.

The astonishing ability of fiction to accurately foreshadow what physically occurs happens more often than you might think. It’s almost as if on some level, knowingly or unknowingly, consistently or occasionally, individuals can tap into or stumble across other dimensions of reality, as well as knowledge of a predestined or potential future.

Remarkable reality shifts also occur that cannot be correlated with any sort of imaginings:

Brad Steiger, in his book The Reality Game and How to Win It, tells about Charles W. Ingersoll of Cloquet, Minnesota, who appeared in a travelogue made and copyrighted by Castle Films in 1948. Ingersoll could be seen leaning over the rim of the Grand Canyon taking pictures with his 35mm camera. Yet Ingersoll did not go to the Grand Canyon in 1948. He had planned to do so, but his plans changed and his first trip there was made in 1955, when he took with him a newly purchased camera manufactured the same year of his trip. A week after his return, he chanced upon the old travelogue in a store and bought it, discovering to his utter amazement that the film clearly showed him there in 1948 – holding a camera that did not exist until 1955. An investigation verified the incident and the dates, but no explanation was ever offered as to how Ingersoll could have appeared in a film showing him at a site seven years before he got there.

On October 21, 1987, Claude and Ellen Thorlin were sitting at breakfast. Ellen heard a disembodied voice ask her to tune in Channel 4 on their television set. Even though that channel did not receive broadcast transmissions in their area, Ellen turned the set on. There she saw the face of their dear friend and colleague, Friedrich Jergenson, a well-known Swedish documentary filmmaker and the father of EVP (electronic voice communication with spirits). Ellen was shocked; Claude snapped a photo that recorded the image and the time – 1:22 p.m. That time was 22 minutes into Jergenson’s funeral service that was occurring 420 miles away, a funeral service the Thorlins had been unable to attend.

When T.L. of Fort Worth, Texas, was 21 years old, he borrowed his parents’ car for a drive from Darby, Montana, to Missoula, to visit friends. Staying later than expected, he found himself speeding back to Darby between one and two in the morning. At a place where the road wound around hills paralleling the river channel, the car headlights suddenly picked up a herd of 20 to 30 horses sauntering across the highway. With no time to hit his brakes and no place to pull off the road, TL hoped to avoid a collision by driving between the animals. Two large horses stopped directly in front of his path. The inevitable seemed his fate until, in the flash of an instant, TL found himself well beyond the herd, driving as if nothing unusual had happened. To this day he cannot explain how he missed hitting the horses. “It was as if I and my car were ‘transported’ to the other side of the herd,” he said.

Each of these “coincidences” involved people as real as you and me, on days that began as ordinary days.

Changing Our Awareness

Are these events merely coincidences? Too much evidence from too many sources contradicts this idea. Something else is going on here.

The events described in this article underscored moments when subjective reality overlaid objective reality to determine experience. And when that happened, the future easily surfaced. This peculiarity occurred automatically, without provocation, and regardless of logic. What we call time – past, present, future – ceased to be sequential for these people and took on the aspect of simultaneity.

All of the cases – whether involving aboriginal or present-day societies, fictional or nonfictional themes – centred on men and women who encountered alternate versions of time and space. What occurred changed their perception of the world.

Adapted from Future Memory: How Those Who See the Future Shed New Light on the Working of the Human Mind By P.M.H. Atwater (Birch Lane Press, New York, 1996).

About the Author

PMH ATWATER, L.H.D., is one of the original researchers in the field of near-death studies, having begun her work in 1978. She has published numerous books on her findings. Atwater also conducted the first major study of the so-called Indigo children, published as Beyond the Indigo Children in 2005. On divination, she authored three books on Goddess Runes. For a complete biographical listing and information on how to obtain her books, DVDs and lectures, please visit her website

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  • Anonymous

    I agree, our perception is of this moment as it unfolds around us. However it would seem at least small parts of unraveling reality can be influenced to a preferde outcome. Such is the very obvious miracles well documented in our currant times and past. I’m not suggesting any religious answer but perhaps it may be that consantraited thought along with a faith in the outcome works. I once read an article which featured EInstine being interviewed in the twilight years of his life. The interviewer asked a last and final question one that was to become his last public reply. She asked, If you had more time what would you have worked on next ? . His reply was , faith I would like to know how that works. Note he didn’t say if it works he said how that works. Interesting that this great mind was considering what now seems to be a natural ability of humans at this stage of evolution to use our visualizes to solve a solution when called upon . An instinct honed over hundreds of thousands of years of Protecting our children against the elements and predictors . The sometimes ability to briefly influence the outcome of reality buy using absolute faith in visualizing its outcome.

  • Manu Costa

    This is another case of fiction foretelling things, this time in a biblical context. Worth reading.

  • 1) I’ve studied/practiced Remote Viewing (RV) under Silva and Ed Dames. They both sense “things” while in a relaxed state. You learn how to describe items/events anywhere and any time. It is like suddenly thinking about someone and then they call you on the phone. Traits we all have.
    2)Through RV contacts I became aware of Burt Goldman’s Quantum Jumping. I have not studied this but he says he has learned how to paint and I think play a musical instrument by connecting with his self in an alternate universe!
    3) About 20-30 years ago I read about a couple here in the U.S. who were driving at night and encountered a fog. They kept driving and couldn’t understand why it took so long to get home. When they came out of it their car had burn marks on it and they were in South America. (Described as best I remember.)
    4) People that don’t want to believe – never will regardless of how much evidence is presented. It’s not worth the wasted energy in trying to convince them otherwise.

  • JB

    After reading a couple of the comments above – I don’t know what draws the Naysayers to a site called Waking Times! MSNBC and Fox News need you to come home.

  • DrMeatWadPhd

    Explain this for me. One Friday early evening I was picking up the telephone to call a girlfriend. I am of the habit to listen for the dial tone before dialing because of the possibility that another family member was using the telephone on another extension. I listened and heard no dial tone. I did hear was my girl friend saying “hello? hello?” and we started talking about the night after we told each other how freaky that was to just pick up the phone and there you were, the intended other party. She had not dialed yet either. We both picked up our telephones 5 miles apart, and we were connected. There were no earlier calls to each other that night.

    • Anonymous

      I had the same thing happen with my dad on the other end of the line.

  • I’ve experienced the SAME THING in my life. I call them “discontinuities”.

    Here’s off the top of my head:

    I lived in the same house from the time I was 8 until I was 18 and off and on until I was 24. My parents’ still live there and I still regularly visit.

    1. When I was 14 (1996): one day I went to bed and my street didn’t have any lines painted down its middle… it never had. Next morning, there was old dirty, worn yellow double lines down the entire neighborhood. Everyone said the street had always been like htat. In the kitchen, the black tiles on the wall had white grout; that day, they had black grout.

    2. When I was 20 (2002): I have just under a dozen vivid memories of my parents griping at one another about how they wished they had built a ceiling fan in their bathroom. My dad would always say something like, “well, we can’t now, because of how the house was wired.”

    One day, there was a bad smell (I think some sort of smoke), I went in to where they were in the kitchen. “JUST TURN ON THE FAN!” my mom said. “What fan? You know there isn’t a fan in there.” I said. They just looked shocked. I looked up at the ceiling in the bathroom and, lo and behold, there was a ceiling fan that htey claimed had been there all along.

    3. When I was 25 (2007). I was driving to work for about the 200th time, again down the same street. I’d taken this route almost every workday for the better part of a year. The street turn lane sign at the traffic light always showed Left lane = Straight or Left-turn; right lane = right-turn only. So did arrows in the lanes themselves.

    That morning, however, it was all different! I saw that the left lane said “Left turn only” and right lane said “Straight or right-turn”, which didn’t make sense to me… cuz you don’t have ot wait for a red light to turn right, so traffic was always stopped up more than necessary as people had to wait for the odd ball who was going straight.

    I inquired deeply of everyone i knew in the neighborhood for a long time as to what they remembered, and they all said it had been straight-or-right forever. I simply cannot explain this! i had been at that intersection thousands of times in my life. I KNOW in my reality it wasn’t htat way until 2007.

    4. In 2009, I was having a conversation with my software engineer coworkers. I said something like, “If only Hamilton had been killed by Burr, it would have been a really different place.” My coworker went, um, man, you got that backwards. Hamilton *was* killed by Burr…

    I have a very good memroy of my history lessons. In my reality, I was taught that Hamilton killed Burr in their duel and went on to defeat Jefferson in the election of 1804. He was the Fourth President of the United States. He greatly expanded the federal government which led to his defeat in 1808 at the hands of James Madison.

    Four of the six of us remembered things differently, like Burr killing Hamilton and Jefferson serving two terms. But my coworker actually had a song of the presidents he memorized in grade school…in his version, Hamilton had been the fourth president as well.

    5. In 2011, I was looking at a newspaper and I saw something about all these states having the death penalty. It *SHOCKED* ME!

    In college (early 2000s), I was *very* active in groups trying to abolish the death penalty. I remember the statistics as of 2003 (last time I was heavily involved) quite specifically:

    Widespread opposition to the death penalty occurred after the Civil War during the Reconstruction when Southern states started hanging people who committed “race crimes”, as part of the Northern army’s new push toward equality after Sherman was removed from command for his massacre of Americans that he claimed were done by Indians. From about 1880 to the 1960s, virtually of all the states, one by one, made the death penalty illegal.

    In the 1970s, the Supreme Court stated that the death penalty wasn’t exactly unconstitutional. In my reality, only a few states ever bothered (or were able) to reinstate it. By the 2000s, a few had even had made it illegal again. In 2003, there were only six states that still had the death penalty: California, Texas, Arizona, Oklahoma, Florida, and South Carolina.


    Now I find out that almost the inverse is true! Only a few states don’t have the death penalty!


    These are only some of the more dramatic experiences I’ve had over the years. I’ve pondered that it could be some sort of time manipulation, me going insane, me shifting, somehow, between quantum eventualities, like Worf… I just don’t know! Just like Worf, people think I’m insane, but unlike Worf, there’s no tricorder to prove it one way or another!

    I will say, there is some evidence that other things pop into other dimensions with me, such as all those Constitutions with the same 13th Amendment I remember in them: […]

    I have googled for this for years but never found another place like this episode to place my thoughts.

    If you have “episodes of discontinuity”, PLEASE share w/ us all, right here! We may not be as alone as we fear, or as crazy.

    • Out There

      I can agree that strange things are happening. I too have experienced changes in the timeline. Little things like a character in a film using a particular word in a film I’ve seen before in the movie theatre and also broadcast on TV and on DVD. Yet years later the TV broadcast of the film and the DVD copy have a different word spoken by the same character and this is also shown in the movie script. Another example I was very sad to hear of the loss of Stan Lee of Marvel Comics and read his obituary, then within a year see him on TV at the latest premier of Marvel Comics film, though the obituary published could have been a mistake.

    • Georgia Hull

      Interesting in 2007 I left my farm of many years, where for 16 years I had planted many flowers. Mostly bulbs. I had distinct memory of a long row of purple iris’ along the driveway. During my three year trip where I did not visit my property even once I often thought of those purple iris’ and how they looked so cool. I even had a few conversations where a friend of mine remembered the flowers with me because I was missing my farm. I lived ten hours away from my farm for three years and when I went home it was in December. I waited with anxiousness for the purple iris’ to come out in the the summer and low and behold they were pink gladiolas. Also there were about 21 little houses on a shelf in my house which was closed during that time with very little activity. And I had no idea of where those little houses came from when I saw the after I got back. I put the houses on a long shelf above my living room and when my x-husband come to visit he said “I see you put my Mom’s houses up there.” He said she gave us a house each Christmas for 22 years. I did not have that memory. I take no drugs. This is a true account of these odd events. And it was from 2007 to around 2010.

  • Afshin Nejat

    Truly delusional. The very definition of delusional. The cosmos does not reorganize itself around your perception of it. Your perception is OF it, not the other way round.

    Still struggling with reality 101.

  • Rachel

    the idea that perception determines truth is like saying anything a lawyer says is true if it is based on the perception of written law. it is very arrogant and ego-based, mundane. Truth shows itself to us, we do not show it to ourselves. Fantasy is what you are talking about. The fantasy that keeps people from truth.

    Also, coincidences are not reality shifts. Coincidences happen all the time, constantly, we just don’t notice them all the time. Coincidence is the awareness of the patterning of reality that is happening all the time.

    Your article has some interesting stories. But I fully dissagree with your idea of truth.

  • mothman777

    There is definitely something real to this, as experimenters have taken two aborigines into the Australian outback, sent one off for 60 miles in a random direction without the other knowing the direction, and the other was able to find him, and dogs and cats have regularly been reported to do the same thing, tracking their owners over thousands of miles.

    We could all do siddhis like that if we let our minds embrace the possibility.

  • With one little lie in the story, the whole story falls apart. Carver did not invent the peanut butter. When one false part is submitted it makes the whole story chock full of falsehoods.Carver filed his frivolous claims to peanut butter about ten years after several white scientist have already discovered and patented peanut butter. Any story with any frivolous and incorrect information in it can not be taken seriously or even for fact when at least one part of it contains information which is not factual.

    Evidence of modern peanut butter comes from US patent #306727 issued to Marcellus Gilmore Edson of Montreal, Quebec in 1884, for a process of milling roasted peanuts between heated surfaces until the peanuts reached “a fluid or semi-fluid state.” As the product cooled, it set into what Edson described as “a consistency like that of butter, lard, or ointment.” In 1890, George A. Bayle Jr., owner of a food business in St. Louis, manufactured peanut butter and sold it out of barrels. J.H. Kellogg, of cereal fame, secured US patent #580787 in 1897 for his “Process of Preparing Nutmeal,” which produced a “pasty adhesive substance” that Kellogg called “nut-butter.”

    Did George Washington Carver “discover” hundreds of new and important uses for the peanut? Father the peanut industry? Revolutionize southern US agriculture?

    Research by Barry Mackintosh, who served as bureau historian for the National Park Service (which manages the G. W. Carver National Monument), demonstrated the following:

    Most of Carver’s peanut and sweet potato creations were either unoriginal, impractical, or of uncertain effectiveness. No product born in his laboratory was widely adopted.
    The boom years for Southern peanut production came prior to, and not as a result of, Carver’s promotion of the crop.
    Carver’s work to improve regional farming practices was not of pioneering scientific importance and had little demonstrable impact.

    Now every time I reach for some peanut butter, it is if I am reaching for a container of vile and odious lies.

    In 1884 Marcellus Gilmore Edson of Canada patented peanut paste, the finished product from milling roasted peanuts between two heated surfaces. In 1895 Dr. John Harvey Kellogg (the creator of Kellogg’s cereal) patented a process for creating peanut butter from raw peanuts. He marketed it as a healthy protein substitute for patients without teeth. In 1903, Dr. Ambrose Straub of St. Louis, Missouri, patented a peanut-butter-making machine. In 1922, chemist Joseph Rosefield invented a process for making smooth peanut butter that kept the oil from separating by using partially hydrogenated oil. In 1928 he licensed his invention to the company that created Peter Pan peanut butter. And in 1932 he began producing his own peanut butter under the name Skippy.

    In 1890, even before Carver was in college, George A. Bayle Jr. of St. Louis marketed a crude form of peanut butter as a food easily eaten by people with poor teeth.”

    George Washington Carver and Peanut Butter. George Washington Carver was a black scientist at Tuskegee College in Alabama. While he was a competent educator and would rightly be considered a giant among black scientists, most of what is now attributed to him are fabrications. While Carver did take out a large number of patents, they were all just his own processes for making things that already existed. None of Carver’s patents ever became a commercial success.

    Numerous commercially successful peanut butter making patents were filed by white Americans and at least one white Canadian in the 1880′s and 1890′s. One of the most important was by J.H. Kellog in 1897. J.H. Kellog has a cereal company named after him today. Carver filed his patent about ten years later and his process was never used in the commercial industry.

  • Harv

    An interesting article. I believe there is a UFO tie-in to some of these incidents, at least in my case. I am a UFO abductee and I’ve had two of these impossible experiences with cars where I surely would have died. Both times absolutely nothing happened, Where there should have been a major accident of injury and probably death, but in the next instant I was beyond that point, in shock and awe of what had just transpired.
    Call it what you will, I don’t believe my rescue came from within me but from an outside force, call them guardian angels, faries, or UFolk.
    Why we would be saved at such times when so many others parish in similar circumstances is not a question we can easily answer. But you must wonder do we, or did we, have a purpose that we were supposed to fulfill?
    Frankly, I believe that I did have even at those two times a purpose given to me by the ETs and as has happened to other abductees, Unfortunately I’ve failed to fully my duty (so far)due to, I guess, a general weakness of character.

  • abinico warez

    Ask Obama – he cannot tell a lie.

  • Erik

    Excellent article.

  • Victor Gagnon

    Fabulous article. Love it.

  • Bruce Miller

    For every American who drinks her Kool Aid, there is an alternate reality and they are living in it. The Great Corporate American Propaganda Whore’s mesmerizations her TV, videos movies radio and newspaper controls upon your very soul delude you into a concentration camp enforced by your own wishes of conformity, material desires, and her lessons in “Group Think” spare you from an ugly reality.

  • go

    hey Lola,

    “Everything is always perfect”

    I guess the perfection sometimes feels like you do. Partly for the global karma releasing out now. When it does it feels like mental and emotional distortion. Try playing with all these feelings you have. Allow them, in comfortable way. Play with them. Laugh about it and about yourself. Juggle. It will finally fade away, cease.
    Much love.

  • Elaine Van Gunst

    After reading this article, I realize that I too experienced something out of the ordinary. There was a one lane bridge on my route to and from work, so if someone is coming the other way, you have to wait as two cars cannot fit. A long line of cars coming the other way and I finally got frustrated since I had been there for so long and was there before the other cars that kept coming, so I decided to just cross the bridge, meanwhile another big car started crossing from the other direction. We both crossed the bridge and did not collide. While crossing, I definitely felt something expand, but could not explain or define it. I truly believe reality shifted at that moment and allowed two cars to cross the bridge together, when it was totally impossible for that to happen.

  • My ex-husband and I experienced a fluctuation in time while driving. We entered the motorway knowing there was at least 20 minutes driving until our exit. After about 10 minutes I looked around and wondered aloud where we were. He didn’t know either until we got to the next exit and realized that we had missed not one but two exits, and neither of us remembered passing them! Somehow we had “jumped ahead” both in time and distance. Really weird.

    • Grey Madder

      That happens to me every weekday morning. A time space discontinuum between 6am and 8am. Well it’s a good excuse for being late anyway.

    • Matthew

      I experience time compression when I sleep. One minute it’s dark, I fall asleep and an instant later, I wake up and it’s daylight. Strange, eh?

  • Lola

    I feel so lost, read so many articles, books, listen to tapes, look for answers everywhere. I see so much madness all around me! I also see the beauty, the possibility of peace. I look at the ocean, I walk the beach, I love, I breath, I cry………… and yet,I do not feel free from pain and suffering. Why can I not see the angels and listen to the Gdd that resided within me? I understand but I can’t feel, I sit in silence, I stop, I move, I look, I thank the universe for all my many blessings, I absorve all that information and still feel this mental disturbance within me, the mental illness of forgetfulness. I know I have a purpose, I know I create my own feelings, my own thoughts and generate my own pain. I know the answer is within me, I do not expect a magic potion that will transfor pain in joy and love.
    Am I trying too hard? am I condemning and judging myself? am I thinking too much (oh, that is for sure!)? Am I so conditioned and brain washed that I became blind or have all my channels closed???
    Here goes my love and appreciation to you all from Lumbo, Ilha de Moçambique, East Africa. L

    • murny

      “Be still, and know that I am God” Be still.

    • jadez

      you must accept that what you see and feel is all there is.
      NOT because it is your perception but because YOU PERCEIVE EVERYTHING THERE IS.

      LET THAT guide you.

    • Sue

      You are living in one of the most beautiful places on our Earth! Keep reading and listening. MEDITATE – on the beach!
      Love and Light

  • This is a wonderful article! thank you very much!

  • Bob

    Perspective is everything

  • jaya

    The notion that perception determines truth is known as Solipsism, or “the biggest lie.”

    One cannot arrive at objective truth with the fundamental hubris of solipsisim as an axiomatic belief structure.

    Safe to say this article is New Age bunk. Not awakening at all.

    The truth is determined by using the Trivium and the Quadrivium.

    • Anonymous

      postmodernist wanker

    • jadez

      lol..well said.
      of course its pure bunk.

      taking a few examples out of an infinite number proves nothing and is actually embarrassing to the intellect.

  • Itroas

    One,Two,Three, on your marks get set Go.

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