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In our material reality, our concept of everything is formed though our five senses and intellectual reasoning. Our perception of reality beyond the physical world involves the exercise of Spiritual faculties. These faculties are referred to as paranormal" abilities, physic abilities, extra-sensory perception, telepathy, etc.
The existence of these abilities is generally discouraged by thinking paradigms of our world. That they exist is generally accepted and undeniable. Yet, their open acceptance and applications are discouraged, ridiculed and even persecuted. Why?
After my near death encounter in 2004 I have had an Awakening to these natural God given talents. They are ablitys that we all possess but were never told or trained to practice.
The issue is simple. The possession and exercise of these ability's has a fundamental impact on power and control. You have herd knowledge is power" thereby connecting the two, it can be understood with some certainty, that various power structures soon began keeping an eagle eye on emerging knowledge that might either support or disrupt them.
It is completely obvious that suppression exists. It is also very obvious why. Dealing with it is part of the growth process. Any hurtful action has consequences. No, there are no cosmic police who will beam down and bag those who misuse their talent, psychic, intellectual, or physical. No, God does not hover over in the clouds zapping anyone who gets out of line Figuratively speaking, everyone is given enough rope to hang them self. And some do.
So what happens when someone misuses what they have and harms others. Their ability to continue the abuse progressively diminishes. Second, Karma, the law of cause and effect. Consequences of choices made. Misuse increases separation from the Divine and increased separation reduces our energy and power thus depleting our life force and production creating illness and dysfunction.
The imperative, then is to not deny or suppress the inherent power that resides within even the least of us, but to recognize its nature and strive to render ourselves worthy of it.