Psychic power or ‘vital force’, ‘mana’, ‘prana’, ‘energy field’, and whatever other names one may choose to call it, is all around us. Some call it the ‘invisible world’ or the ‘world of spirit’ or the ‘unseen world’, but whatever, we can’t see it anyway, and because it can’t be seen, sceptics, atheists, and so on, say it ‘doesn’t exist’. This is frequently the view of those with stratospheric IQ’s, intellectuals, scientists and so on. Then there are the religious, who accept the existence of the unseen, yet will have no truck with it, unless it is expressly ‘from God’, and it is only ‘from God’ if their teachers and leaders say it is so; if it’s sanctioned by the priest or the mullah then it’s okay: but if not, then it’s ‘from the Devil’. Most of the time they say it’s from the Devil: this is to stop people from getting any ideas of their own. For when one claims to have heard a voice or received a premonition of something, it represents an independent experience outside of the Church’s remit. Religious groups and organisations depend for their survival on members not having any ideas of their own. The Devil is a great asset to the Church and if he didn’t exist, they would have to make him up anyway. Having a scary bogeyman whom will devour one is an extremely clever device for keeping the wayward in check. In any event, this can never be what Jesus Christ intended and indeed John 14:12 in the New Testament makes it absolutely clear that the phenomena he performed can also be performed by others. Everyone can experience psychic phenomena: it is only a matter of degree. In the case of Jesus and others like him – for there were many ‘saviours’ and miracle- workers in the ancient world – the degree was exceptional, whilst for most of us it isn’t.
The only ‘miracles’ you are going to perform are the changes you wish to bring into your life. Some of these changes, once in effect, may indeed seem ‘miraculous’. Psychic power, like everything else, becomes more evident according to our use of it. The more it is used, the stronger it becomes, until such time you can indeed have it at your ‘beck and call’.