Manifesting series 3 The Mandela Effect

Over the last few weeks, I have spoken about some of the pitfalls around manifesting. With that out of the way, I can get into the juicy stuff; how to do it.

There are, of course, numerous techniques. One, that I favour, is called ‘Quantum Jumping’. Burt Goldman was one of the first to discover it, or at least to write a book on it. Physicist Cynthia Sue Larson developed these techniques and wrote a book called ‘Quantum Jumps’ which I read a few years ago.

She also has a website if you want to learn more?

The idea is that we live in a multiverse, and that all potential realities are true, the good the bad and the ugly. We simply need to align ourselves with the one that we most favour.

The Mandela effect is interesting ‘proof’ of this. This is where our collective memory remembers one thing, but when we look at the evidence it is nothing like that.

There is a great debate around when Nelson Mandela died. Some swear it was during his incarceration. Whereas others and the official version of history is that he died on the 5th December 2013. If you remember him dying in 2013, this will of course sound bonkers to you, but there are many examples of us collectively remembering things a certain way which have then turned out to be not or maybe, no longer true.

Psychologists and neurologists may try to explain away this phenomenon by calling it confabulation (what a cool sounding word). Confabulation is when our subconscious is so involved in observing, that we often don’t notice what we are observing specifically. It can also mean that every time we access a memory, we change it. Or how we sometimes take two different realities and conflate or combine them to create a new ‘imagined’ one, which ‘feels’ real. This is how magicians do their tricks and can happen in ‘real world’ situations too. It’s an interesting theory and phenomenon.

One of the best know examples of the Mandela effect is found on the Disney cartoon of ‘Snow White and the seven dwarfs’. Before reading on, take a second to remember what the evil queen says to the mirror?

Do you have it in mind? What was it she said? I recall her saying “Mirror mirror on the wall, who’s the fairest of them all”. Is that what you remember too? If so, we are both wrong! It was, in fact Magic mirror on the wall, who is the fairest one of all”

The end bit could have been muddled as it’s very close but the beginning, mirror mirror versus magic mirror , that’s completely different. Have a look for yourself.

How strange is that? Most people remember it as “Mirror mirror” How have we remembered it differently? Weird isn’t it!

Another example of this is from Forest Gump. How do you recall the ‘box of chocolates’ quote? Have a little think.

It’s in my mind as “Life ‘is’ like a box of chocolates, you never know what you’re gonna get”. Is that how you remember it too?

The ‘actual’ quote is “My mumma always said, life ‘was’ like a box of chocolates, you never know what you’re gonna get”

The ‘is’ versus the ‘was’ changes the whole meaning of it, so it refers to ‘her’ life as opposed to life in general. Check it out for yourself.

So how is this happening? As I mentioned the idea is that we live in a multiverse and skip into new timelines or alternate universes where our memories are the ‘original facts’.

I try to keep these bite sized, so I need to leave you here. In next weeks blog I will tell you how to use quantum jumping to manifest your desired reality.

I hope you enjoyed this weeks newsletter. It’s a bit of a head scratcher. Let me know what you think of it.

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