I love movies where human beings seem to be endowed with supernatural capabilities. They are fun, and they give hope to people. For me they show the possibility of being a human being, shows me what’s possible, what kind of being is possible for human beings.
Hope in those supernatural beings, like in all saviors, allows humanity to be wretched, to buy time, to live below its potential, to live in hate, to live in pretense, to live in unreality, to never have to take responsibility for who we are and how we are.
Supernatural means: beyond what is natural. Mostly being able to control the physical reality… turning crap to gold, and such.
To confuse humanity, the System, science, religion, education, has declared a lot of natural capabilities of humans supernatural.
Being an empath is natural: no physical aspect to it: it is all inside. Being a clairvoyant, etc. is natural. Being an energy healer, having hunches, is natural.
Raising the dead, being a fire-bender, a water-bender, etc. isn’t. Not really, or not the way it is depicted in movies.
Although I love these fantasy movies as much (or more) as the next person, I don’t take them literally. I consider that the capacities these super-duper natural human beings (did you notice that I didn’t write supernatural!) demonstrate innate in all humans, and these capacities can be activated above a certain level of consciousness.
Your level of consciousness shows how close your life is to what is natural, the Original Design: being in the here and now, without ego.
Your level of consciousness is a result, on one level, of you taking full responsibility for where you are, what you are, what you know, and how you know it. And on another level, your willingness to practice living in harmony and in sync with the Universe, with existence, with how it is.
Most people that think they live in sync, are pretenders. Or totally unconscious. Or they don’t know what they are talking about.
Living in harmony is also an inside job, an inner affair.
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