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Quantum Jumps: An Extraordinary Science of Happiness and Prosperity Paperback – October 15, 2013
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That’s not entirely true.
I have always been afraid of the dark because as long as I can remember I have seen people in my bedroom that aren’t real. Not every night; just enough to scare the living hell out of me.
It started when I was a child, continued through my adulthood, and I later learned (through my Mum) that a man and his dog would watch me from the end of my bed when I was a toddler.
I have many strange tales to tell, but the strangest one of all happened when I was aged 8 or 9 during a sleepover at my Grandmothers.
I was sleeping in my Uncle Ian’s bedroom and I remember being scared because posters of Kiss and David Bowie adorned his walls. It seems stupid now but back then a fully painted Gene Simmons, and Ziggy Stardust, was no different than a crazed clown.
One night I woke up, looked to the left hand side of my bed, and there sitting on a chair next to me was my uncle Ian; quite remarkable considering he wasn’t even at home that night.
I closed my eyes, hid underneath the blankets and stayed there until I fell asleep. When you see a dead person, or an apparition of a stranger, you can explain it through the medium of ghosts.
My Uncle Ian is still alive, and well, to this day.
It has always perplexed me…until now.
Cynthia Sue Larson is the author of Quantum Jumps: An Extraordinary Science of Happiness and Prosperity. If she were to read this then she would not be perplexed. Instead, she would say there is a perfectly rational explanation – I made a quantum jump.
A quantum jump is a leap from one state of being to another, and she has gotten me asking the same question time and time again.Read more ›
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I have added some of the confidence building positions to my creative (art and writing) repertoire- they work!Published 2 days ago by Amazon Customer
Love the way this information is presented. Thank you, Ms. Larson.Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
Just your typical self help book. Trying to convince you that everytime you make a decision to do something you don't want to do you have "jumped" to another reality /... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Thomas Hanson
Good book. Directions seemed incomplete to me. Maybe I'm just not ready!Published 7 months ago by Sharon Tanner