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Publisher's Summary

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. Gain practical tools to achieve real change in your life, regardless of past history. Leap forward to become happier and more successful, living the life of your dreams. Supported by distinguished sources from the fields of psychology, biology, sociology, and physics, Quantum Jumps is an inspirational audiobook packed with practical tools for living a happier, healthier, more prosperous life.

©2013 Cynthia Sue Larson (P)2014 Cynthia Sue Larson

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Brilliant but screams for professional narration

What would have made Quantum Jumps better?

A professional narrator

What did you like best about this story?

The unique experiential stories and exercises.

Would you be willing to try another one of Cynthia Sue Larson’s performances?

Her books yes, but not audible versions of her books read by her.

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

Frustration.

Any additional comments?

She's brilliant, her ideas are stellar, and she's a horrible narrator which makes me angry and frustrated because I want to listen to the book but I can't stand listening to her poor reading.

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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Profoundly insightful and practical

Where does Quantum Jumps rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

Among the top 10

What was one of the most memorable moments of Quantum Jumps?

The maqny many insights related to the practical use of research to create a personal best reality.

Have you listened to any of Cynthia Sue Larson’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

Yes I have all of her other audiobooks.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

Reality Creation

Any additional comments?

Quantum Jumps is an excellent and insightful book that is a "must read" for anyone interested in this genre.

The brilliant writing of Cynthia Sue Larson is my favorite amongst the plethora of quantum titles
and her work has the added benefit of describing multiple colorful illustrative anecdotal examples of the mysterys of alternate reality scenarios coupled with practical methods to stay in the appropriate body-mind state to create optimum life situations.

This unique balance of her work shares the stage with the very best of books on the quantum event and how we can actually use the techniques of focus and embodiment of the very best possible scenarios and states of mind/body to achieve optimum future realities of your choosing and co creating.

Taking quantum insight and experience from the realm of theory and the world of the very small subatomic to the application in the art of your personal daily living and creating a magical life of choice is the main factor in Cynthia Sue Larson's excellent ability to transport the reader from esoteric science to the life domain of fulfilling life-creation and this element is
of paramount importance .

And this is precisely what Quantum Jumps achieves flawlessly with a lovely consistency . Real change and true integration.

Bringing us to the personal experience of the fact that what appears solid singular reality is not carved in stone, but rather an experience subject to alteration and modification through the choices and actions and beliefs and perceptions of the "observer"

Of course the most magical aspect of this work is the appreciation of the dynamic that we can change events past , present , and future - by our insights and actions.

Too often in our life experience we feel we must strive and labor to create or change a situation, whereas in reality it is more productive to loosen our grip on the apparent faux pas or reality of the moment and rather embrace an alternate reality of choice.

The creative steps involved with this are laid out in excellent detail in the latter part of Quantum Jumps so that the reader can practically apply the "science of creating optimum personal life events " of one's choice rather than by accident .

The result of this approach to the lovely application of spiritual and scientific principle to the dry theory of quantum events. is an enriching blend of perspective and focus leading to the co creation of a life truly worthy of living.

I highly suggest Quantum Jumps to anyone who wants to begin the path from theory and infinite possibilities to exciting personal reality creation pr excellence.

To go from the realm of random events to that of masterful artist in life sculpting we must remember the power of the mind to alter the course of destiny.

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Mediocre Story and Narrator

Performance would have been better without the narrator sounding like she had gas having eaten lunch to quickly .. The burping was distracting and unprofessional. Should have been edited out.
Also, there were many word mispronunciations.
Reminiscent of a child sounding out words. Not her best work.
Book itself was MEH.. Kind of mediocre

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Such a shame...

This audiobook has not been edited professionally. You will hear every burp, every time she clears her throat, all her mispronunciations... you can hear her voice getting tired and her trying her best to be professional. It is very distracting.
There is a lot on the placebo effect... and this is a personal pet peeve, but I'm not a fan of people reading with a big smile. I understand that the reader does this to sound pleasant and possibly have a need to be liked, but it reminds me of how kindergarten teachers read to children. It's quite monotonous. She has a nice voice, I just wish it was professionally edited.

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  • LJ
  • USA
  • 08-28-18

Great Book, Bad Audible

Unless an author is skilled at narrating audio books, they should have a professional narrator take care of the Audible format. This is actually a good book, but the author seems to have put little effort into creating the audio book. There are all kinds of mispronunciations, throat clearings, and other distractions in this audible. I like to listen to Audible books at 2-3X speed settings, and it's difficult to do when books are sloppily recorded (and apparently not edited much) like this one.

I like the book. I like the author. But the audible version is bad. Get the print version if you want to read this one.

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Loved it

Fascinating subject. I like this woman. She has a gentle calm demeanor. She’s easy to listen to.

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  • C.
  • WA
  • 03-25-18

Buy the actual book, pass on the audible

Would you consider the audio edition of Quantum Jumps to be better than the print version?

No. Whereas I do applaud her for doing this in audible because so many of these types of books do not have that option, and maybe if she had to hire someone to do it it would not have happened - but Cynthia is not a good narrator. She mispronounced a lot of words and stumbled over names, several times I wondered if she needed to belch or clear her throat and if I didn't know it was the author I'd have thought it was someone unfamiliar with the content.

Any additional comments?

There were some good & interesting information that I had not heard before and that is always good.

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Great Concept of Reality

I first heard of Cynthia during her interview with Regina Meredith, which was awesome. I also looked up some of her other interviews on YouTube and have enjoyed them greatly. Cynthia is a wonderful speaker in her videos and has a very nice presence. I am intrigued by the concept of Quantum Jumping and its endless possibilities. I hope that the next time Cynthia makes a recording of her books, she does not have her breaths edited out. Good luck and thanks for the inspiration.

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  • jazzzyf
  • 09-26-18

please re-do with new narrator

i love your teachings cynthia. i saw you on Gaia and you are wonderful. but your coughing and (what sounds like ) burping inbetween words is not good for an audio book. we all burp and cough, but it makes listening to it difficult. also a more 'storytelling voice' would be better. i would love to listen to this again if the above were done as i believe a lot of your information is getting lost in translation. x