Are Spiritual Abilities Possible?

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psychic-sky-144500_640In the pre-modern eras, the people who embraced their spiritual sides were respected and even revered. Their insights into the realms beyond were much sought after and highly valued. Despite how much we seem to have gained with all our technology advances, I am saddened by just how much true wisdom has been misplaced. Strive to accept your innate supernatural talents and you will become naturally extraordinary.

I will tell you know that gifts including astral projection, remote viewing and other psychic awareness might easily yours to enjoy. They are abilities that are as intrinsically true today as they were before the emerging field of the sciences sought to invalidate anything they could not yet quantify. You can test out some of the best psychics on the internet very easily today, and a good place to start is psychic source – find out about them from their customers.

I like to ask skeptics this about supernatural abilities – Why you wrongly suppose you are so much smarter than the vast numbers of people in history who devoutly believed? There is no bigger fool than a man who has convinced himself that he is superior to everyone else. Certain extraordinary abilities have transcended cultures and the acceptance of higher beings that reside in a spiritual realm is a constant in just about every faith. Were all these people stupid for ignoring the narrow view of science and physicality?

I will tell you this. Dare to dream and aspire to hope that you can learn a talent that unenlightened people may scoff at. Their mocking will gain them nothing but your achieving a supernatural talent will make you extraordinary. Accomplishing a goal of something like god consciousness is not only for a highly trained spiritual guru. Anyone has the innate ability – it is a natural human ability. In fact, just the word supernatural is compounded from ‘super’ and ‘natural’.

Consider that in the far distant past, every small village had a shaman or priest who was fully able to communicate with a deity. Compare this tiny population with your own neighborhood today. Do you know even one person in your immediate vicinity that has the ability to see into a sacred realm? The simple and sad fact is that we haven’t lost the human potential for supernatural talent: we have only misplaced the trust in our natural exceptional abilities.

Compare this thought to mankind’s use of animals in history. Your ancestors had a mastery of animal husbandry that is unmatched today. Veterinary medicine may have advanced but the basic understanding of animals has dwindled drastically. The horse breeders from centuries past were able to completely remodel riding beasts into draft animals and vice-versa. This exceptional and natural skill would be impossible today – yet science claims it knows all.

Some day science might find a way to measure supernatural abilities. Perhaps modern medicine may stumble onto a drug that induces extraordinary talents. But I wouldn’t hold my breath waiting for that because maybe they would find a reason to discount the proven find. You will be much better off taking the initiative to find what has been lost for yourself. Look into your rich past to better see your golden future. Click here to read more.

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Meditation – Don’t Just Sit There

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sunset-68060_640         Meditation can effectively be used with exercise. This is a good combination of taking care of the body, and the mind, and allows for a better time. Some forms of exercise such as yoga already combine them, but other forms can as well. When you are successfully meditating you will find it much easier to be awake to twin flame symptoms and signs.

With running and walking, you can focus on your breath, and develop rhythm with your steps. We can call this rhythm cadence. Cadence as a regulator is a very healthy system.  It can be measured by simple counting, or perhaps with a mantra. A mantra is a power word or phrase, or reinforcing and affirming a thought.

This is useful for focus on particular attributes to develop and motivation. Running breath is different than yoga breath. Running breath may vary, but 2 breaths or half breaths in, and one full or two half breaths out, depending on the pace or speed of the run.

Standard meditation breath is slow deep breaths in and out, or possibly circular. Yoga breath is circular. Best breathing for any activity is in through the nose, out through the mouth. The nose is a filter. When blowing out through the mouth you can blow  out hard to force out the carbon dioxide, and blow out negativity.

If running, exhaling through the mouth also allows you to expel excess saliva that develops. When combining meditation and exercise it is very important to be aware of  your immediate surroundings and environment. You will want to be aware of your body, its needs, its physical positions, and proper motion and form.

Martial arts forms combine meditation and exercise through a variety of forms to make them so imprinted they become natural and instinctive. Kung Fu, Aikido, and Tai Chi also develop and focus energy in the body.  A common element of martial arts is manipulation of Chi or Ki, which is energy, and it is not only the physical strength developed but manipulation of inner personal energy,  and external energy.

Punching a heavy bag or a speed bag as are used in boxing can be quite the workout, as well as being a stress and tension reliever. You have one singular action, motion, and thought of hitting the bag.

Hiking, cycling, climbing, canoing, and similar outdoor moving activities you might not immediately relate to meditation, but you are letting go of the day to day. Outdoor activities may be quiet, or may have sounds of nature compared against the daily grind. It is a good opportunity to actively connect.

With these examples, I hope you can utilize one of these, or that it inspires you in some other way to add to both your meditation and exercise routines, and don’t just sit there.

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