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Quantum Jumps: An Extraordinary Science of Happiness and Prosperity

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QUANTUM JUMPS presents a radical new paradigm--that we exist in an interconnected holographic multiverse in which we literally jump from one parallel universe to another. Experience a new science of instant transformation. In a moment you can become smarter... more confident... happier... more outgoing... more effective... in better relationships... with more willpower. Ga ...more
Paperback, 282 pages
Published October 2013 by Cynthia Larson
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Pam Sharp
Dec 23, 2013 rated it it was amazing

We have entered the New Age, the Space Age and as Carl Sagan remarked “We are made of star stuff.” With the New Age we understand that we are the sophisticated beholders and receivers of Quantum energy, the force that binds every thing in our universe together and very likely binds us to other universes as well. We can tap into this energy within ourselves and reap the harvest. We can achieve our own potential when we have confidence, imagination and belief. Cynthia Sue Larson's “Quantum Leaps s
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Andy Nieradko
Dec 03, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Wow! I've read other books on the subject of utilizing quantum theory in everyday life, but never one as well researched, and thought out as this one. To be totally honest, I'm kind of on the fence as to the subject of Quantum Jumping. However, I still give this book 5 out of 5 stars, because the author states her case so well, and wrote a very interesting and engaging book. This is a subject I would've had trouble considering 10 years ago, but after becoming involved in Qigong and energy work, ...more
Karl
Nov 14, 2013 rated it it was amazing
I am certainly no expert in the realm of Quantum physics; however, in this day and age when the term “quantum” seems to be applied to everything except canned milk, it is refreshing to find a book wherein the word is used in a genuine and relevant manner and Cynthia Sue Larson’s latest book, Quantum Jumps certainly does fulfill the quantum content quota.

When the layperson hears the term “quantum” the tendency is probably for them to envision wild-eyed scientists madly covering the cl
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Grady
Dec 18, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Preparing for an entirely new paradigm of existence

Some `self help' books provide lists and exercises to alter one or more ways in which we have elected to adjust to a world that need to be altered if we are to live more prosperously. This book is different. It is inspirational for sure, but rather than guide the reader through exercises and lists and harsh regimes, author Cynthia Sue Larson would instead have us realize that our existence in this life is more of a phenomenon that we
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Marianne
I find the whole concept of the book really fascinating and I couldn't wait to start reading it, but it took me forever to finish it as it just isn't what I thought it would be. There are a lot of pages dedicated to talking about having a positive state of mind, feeling grateful and how to beat depression etc and although these are great things , there are many books about that out there and it's just not why I bought this one. I wish there had been more examples as proof of quantum jumping and ...more
Kate Corsen
Sep 25, 2017 rated it really liked it
I love books that make me think outside the box and challenge me to consider alternate points of view and possibilities, and in this case this book truly delivered.

But, to tell the truth, it also seriously freaked me out. It made me aware that I quite possibly have been stuck in the wrong dimension for some time, and if truth be told I needed to jump, quickly, into another one because quite frankly this one is sometimes the pits.

I also seriously need to commit to completing some of
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Ololade
Jul 26, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
readand understand. Also love that its got exercises at the end of every chapter to help you practice.

Very interesting, I like that its got science to back it up. Its also very easy to readand understand. Also love that its got exercises at the end of every chapter to help you practice.
Mike Fasolo
May 05, 2017 rated it did not like it
I thought this had potential, but soon realized it was just a piece of crap and a complete waste of my time. If, as she states in the book, we can jump into other realities (because it, apparently, happens all the time), I would have loved to jump into a reality where I didn't read this book.
Jeanne McElvaney
Sep 10, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Cynthia Sue Larson weaves the science of change into our everyday experiences.
Bob Rich
Mar 25, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Narrative therapy depends on the truth that you change your reality by changing your story about yourself. Here is an example from the story I am currently writing:
“‘Without realising it, you’ve been sending out black energy, and people respond to that. You have the power to change that to white energy, and people will respond to that too.’
‘Bull... bulldust!’
Bill laughed. ‘That was an example. You just blasted a big beam of black energy at me. I expected it, or I’d react with a
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J.D. Lovil
Apr 21, 2015 rated it it was amazing
I finished reading this book over a week earlier than I expected to, due to an obsessive need to read a little more every couple of hours. It is an excellent interpretation of the Many Worlds Theory in action. I will try to be concise in relating what I liked about Quantum Jumping, and what I would have stressed differently.
I came to believe as the Author does many years ago, noticing differences in my world after experimenting with dowsing while maintaining an 'empty mind' walking Zen med
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Laura DeLuca
Feb 20, 2014 rated it really liked it
If you think it, you can make it happen. Really, it's the great "secret." Our brains create energies and can attract like situations. Have you ever heard the old adage, "Positive gets positive," or "Opposites attract?" Have a think on that for a minute before you decide things cannot possibly happen based on just thinking about it.

When you keep an open mind, you realize anything is possible; anything can happen! The author of Quantum Jumps, wants you to really keep your mind open as you explor
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Trish LeSage
Apr 12, 2014 rated it it was amazing
What I enjoyed about this book is that it contains a lot of practical exercises that one may use to help them to experience quantum jumps. Some of the exercises even focus on specific areas in your life that you may want to improve, such as your financial situation, for example.

I also liked the fact that this book included a lot of information about scientific research that has taken place in the field of quantum physics and in other areas that prove that the phenomenon of parallel u
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The Elves
Feb 08, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Quantum Jumps is a really good book. We have to confess a certain bias, in the fact that in our own rudimentary explorations of Quantum Psychics we’d arrived at most of the same conclusions, backed up by our own Quantum Jump experiences; so we were primed to love this book. Besides giving one a basic understanding of the reality of Quantum Jumping, it also gives one exercises and hints to increase one’s ability in making Quantum Jumps and backs this up with real life stories as well as loads of ...more
Marya
Apr 07, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Larson offers here the foundations of more than 100 years of quantum research, clearly establishing the scientific underpinnings of what we used to think of as new age and woo-woo. Articulating the mysteries of the quantum world with a scientist’s irrefutable logic, she offers frameworks and data from prestigious universities and labs that explain how quanta behave.
Interspersed throughout are short, lively exercises for trying out your quantum wings, while an extensive Q-and-A section at the
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Sally Ember
Jan 17, 2014 rated it really liked it
Shelves: research
Having talked with the author who so generously allowed me to SKYPE with her today, I now understand better her intentions for this book and believe she accomplished most of them just fine. A better description of those intentions would help clarify what to expect, and a clearer delineation of what is and isn't an example of a Quantum Jump and WHY would also be helpful to include.
memory
Sep 05, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
A mandatory reading

For everyone willing to improve their lives, take control of their past, present and future and for the ones who suffer from all kind of disease.
A huge thank you to the author!
Liz Bronson
Feb 05, 2014 rated it liked it
A little involved. I like the concepts in this book. Will re-visit this in the future.
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Cynthia Sue Larson is a best-selling author, life coach, and inspirational speaker who optimizes life possibilities with quantum physics principles. Known as "The Quantum Optimist," Cynthia helps people discover their many possible selves and jump into their favorite lives while staying focused on the question "How good can it get?" Cynthia is featured in numerous TV and radio shows including the ...more
“Social scientists and psychologists are conducting research studies that clearly show that when we behave and act as if we are happy, confident, healthy or in love, we become happy, confident, healthy and in love.” 2 likes
“Anyone who can relax, clear their mind, and envision being different in some way—such as more successful, funny, healthy, wealthy, or wise—can quantum jump. To initiate a quantum jump requires keeping an open mind that you can experience another reality. It is important that you are able to sincerely desire and feel a connection to another reality, envisioning some way of making a connection with it through a bridge, a door, a window or a handshake.” 1 likes
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