The thing is, each moment we pop into experience comes complete with a consistent probable past and set of probable futures ... much like the "time capsules" in Julian Barbour's book "The End of Time". The funny thing is, you would not know that anything changed ... since the moment is complete and consistent ... complete with the associated memories and manifestations of people and things in your reality.
Some mornings I get up and watch people I know and ponder what version of "them" I'm seeing (since they're doing the same thing as I am ... popping probable selves into my experience). Lazaris talks of humility as "allowing every moment to be brand new" (i.e. no past baggage) ... this sounds very Buddhist, but it makes sense in terms of manifestation.
Enjoy the moments!
“A shift in quantum state brings a parallel lifetime, and now everything in that lifetime is different. The relationship to you and your environment is lifted, for what compelled you before is not a compelling influence in the new shift. You are now in a parallel existence. In the parallel existence, our mind does not leave our body behind in the old state but rather the body can also live in parallel existences because it is made of quantum material. It is now shifted into the new hall, the new life, and everything is different. What becomes apparent is that the climax that governed your life once before is now at rest. The old climax is not apparent in the new life and its influences are not seen in people, places, things, times, and events. That is the truth. … This knowledge is the key to the kingdom of heaven.”
(Ramtha: Parallel Lifetimes, Fluctuations in the Quantum Field)