As more and more people awaken to their higher selves and unlimited capacity, will they also be unleashing their superhuman abilities? So, What kind of higher capacities can we expect the more we know of our unlimited true nature? Thank You

asked 14 Feb '12, 18:09

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edited 15 Feb '12, 03:23

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From my point of view, the answer is absolutely.

But with one condition...once we possess those capabilities we wouldn't consider them to be superhuman, just human.

It goes back to that idea about making the unusual just a normal everyday thing which was mentioned in Why should we not share our joy with other people if we have manifested something amazing in our life?

For me, right now, when I think of the word superhuman, I tend to think of the Jedi Knights in the Star Wars film saga.

And I remember that someone once directly asked Bashar if it was possible for us to manifest the abilities of the Jedi. Unfortunately, I was watching that video on an international plane flight where I was drifting in and out of consciousness because of the time zone differences but, from what I can vaguely remember, I think Bashar said it was quite possible to do so. (Perhaps someone can track down the exact quote - I can't myself remember which Bashar video it was on)

Basically, the rule of thumb that Abraham have always stated is that if you can imagine it, you can manifest it, because any thought can made into a dominant thought which then creates your reality according to that thought.

So the fact that we can imagine those abilities must mean that, given sufficient alignment, we must be able to manifest them.

The only things we cannot manifest then are those we cannot imagine, but since we cannot imagine them, we probably wouldn't even know they exist to not be imagined, if you see what I mean :)

EDIT 1 - Jan 26, 2014

The following isn't the Jedi question & answer session that I referred to above but it basically covers the same topics.

Transcribed From Bashar, "A Matter of Faith" - 11-3-07 Los Angeles, CA...

Q: From what you sense right now, can human evolution lead to certain super-abilities becoming more real?

Bashar: Yes

Q: For example, radical spontaneous change in physical form?

Bashar: Yes

Q: Yes?

Bashar: Yes

Q: Oh, okay. Flight?

Bashar: Yes

Q: Spontaneous regeneration?

Bashar: Yes

Q: Okay, cool

Bashar: There are actually already people on your planet, though they are not many in number, that can already do these things. You typically call them Shamans.


Bashar - How Can I Become A Jedi Knight?


answered 14 Feb '12, 19:07

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edited 26 Jan '14, 07:07


To think, walking on water is no big deal and instant healing is commonplace. Just a natural part of who we are. Jesus always said, "You can do what I do and more". Thank You

(15 Feb '12, 05:03) Brian

To ressurect this question, does anyone have the link to this Bashar video where he talks of jedi powers?

(10 Aug '12, 02:27) Nikulas

...or, at least, if anyone can track down which recording it's on, I can dig it out from my collection and summarize it

(10 Aug '12, 05:09) Stingray

@Stingray I believe it was a part of the following (asked near the end)


"A MATTER OF FAITH" Awakening to the Power of Knowing

11-4-07 Los Angeles, CA

(05 Jan '14, 15:38) WeRadiateBeauty

@Stingray- Spot on Stingray. David Blaine is a great example of someone who has made the unusual a normal everyday thing :)

(05 Jan '14, 16:03) Satori

@WeRadiateBeauty - Sorry, only just noticed you posted this. Many thanks for tracking it down. Off to watch it again now :)

(26 Jan '14, 06:21) Stingray

@Satori - Yes, Mr Blaine is an interesting character indeed :)

(26 Jan '14, 06:22) Stingray

@Stingray - Thank you for sharing this. Very cool! "...whatever temperature you want." ;)

(26 Jan '14, 12:42) Grace
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I fully agree with Stingray and believe all humans have untapped potential within them that could be considered superhuman.

I think most of those we would consider genius are merely humans who have tapped into that potential which resides within the Universal mind.I feel we all have access to this potentiality when we silence our own little minds and trust and allow that potential to flow through us.

As regards what we can expect - I think that's unlimited, and future capabilities are undoubtedly beyond our current beliefs but will be manifestations of the imagination which I feel is more in contact with the source of all creation.


answered 14 Feb '12, 20:38

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edited 14 Feb '12, 21:07


I gave everyone an up vote because the whole concept is exciting. So the question was way cool and the answers too cool. It's exciting because if the outrageous becomes everyday then the outrageous of that time is going to be REALY OUTRAGEOUS!

(14 Feb '12, 21:43) Tom

It really is exciting Tom :)

(15 Feb '12, 22:26) Michaela

I think we put labels on words like "superhuman" because we believe that it is something that can not be accomplished. A lot of the teachings we here at IQ enjoy learning about involve words like expectation and belief. If our expectation of accomplishing something out of the ordinary is very low, then we probably will never be able to do it. A lot of it has to do with the thinking state we are in. We play that unempowering thought over and over again and never even try to challenge our self to do extraordinary things.

If some of the stories going around in the world are true, superhuman feats have probably been happening for who knows how long. A lot of them are not taken seriously and looked upon as fiction, because the collective consciousness usually makes up its mind that these unusual events really didn't happen.

Here are few stories from searching around the internet. I can't validate that they are true or false, but I would like to believe that a few here and there are genuine.

1.) Known as the "the human spider," Alain Robert has climbed most of the tallest skyscrapers in the world without a rope or any climbing equipment. Using only his hands and climbing shoes, Robert scales landmark buildings, including the Eiffel Tower, Sydney Opera House and the Sears Tower. More than once, he was arrested for illegally scaling a building while wearing a Spider-Man costume, causing him to be arrested and expelled from China.

Many of his climbs last for over an hour and provide him no chance to rest until he reaches the top. His training, physical conditioning and technique allow Robert to climb by holding on to the small protrusions of building walls and windows, such as window ledges and frames, he claims.

2.) Sakinat Khanapiyeva, is the strongest grandma in the world. The 76-year-old from Dagestan, Russia, can lift a 52-pound (24-kg) dumb-bell, break horseshoes and twist 2-inch (5-cm) steel rods. She first discovered her strength when she was 10 years old, after she was able to move a 661-pound (299-kg) container of grain, which is equivalent to the weight of four grown men, according to the Guinness Book of World Records.

3.) Nicknamed the "Iceman," Wim Hof is a Dutch adventurer and daredevil who ran an Arctic marathon at minus 20 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 29 degrees Celsius) – while shirtless. He also holds the world record for being immersed in ice for an hour and 44 minutes.

In 2007, he was able to survive for 72 minutes outdoors at the North Pole while wearing nothing but shorts. Hof says that he is able to control his body temperature by using the Tantric practice of Tummo, which is practiced by Yogi monks in Tibet, and involves the practice of focusing on the body’s energies turning them into heat.

Sometimes spur of the moment superhero like powers come in an instant by not thinking and just doing in a crisis situation. Sometimes they can occur when the person has a strong desire and belief to accomplish what they set out to do.

I think we are heading into an age where the extraordinary may very well just become ordinary because these unusual happenings will be a normal everyday event. The more we expand as a collective consciousness, the further we can push the limits to what we think today is impossible.


answered 15 Feb '12, 00:13

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edited 15 Feb '12, 00:16


Yeah, there is a show on TV called Superhumans with quite a few interesting characters. I remember seeing a samuri chop a bebe from a bebe gun in half with his sword as it was shot at him. Focus, concentrate and harness the energy around us. Thank You

(15 Feb '12, 04:54) Brian

@Brian That's a pretty amazing story about the Samurai and the bebe. I had to look it up and found the video on Youtube. Thank you for mentioning that superhuman video.

(15 Feb '12, 14:15) Cory

Here is the video link for anyone interested in watching a Samurai Sword cut a bebe pellet in half.

(15 Feb '12, 14:18) Cory
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to have or to not have is still a duality. remove those duality and you will know the truth. experience and enjoy.


answered 14 Feb '12, 21:48

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white tiger

Super Hero comic book writer Stan Lee (Some of his heroes he made: Spiderman, The Incredible Hulk, Superman, Iron Man, Thor, Batman) has a show that he does on the History channel. He believes that there really are people with super human powers. But this is the great thing, each show he not only believes this he proves it!

I remember watching a guy that was Electric Man, he had all this energy running through him even frying eggs on his hands and he was not hurt. Another guy, Monkey Man capable of climbing up places that those that do Parkour (building climbers) couldn't dream of climbing. Another guy that has amazing strength but it doesn't come from muscles, it comes from burst of speed. It is amazing to watch these people and to know that we have this locked within us all someplace.


answered 15 Feb '12, 18:39

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Wade Casaldi

edited 15 Feb '12, 18:43

I believe we have 'superhuman' capabilities. They aren't realy superhuman because they are human capabilities, we just forgot. I think Jesus was showing us how, but people were afraid and manipulative and didn't really understand. And they misinterpreted the Bible.

I have been studying healing and energy and quantum stuff, and sharing bits with my son along the way. My back went out this summer. I have asked my son to send me healing energy several times. Each time, I would just lay there until he asked me what I felt. I would describe what I felt and it matched what he had sent, every time. One time he wanted to trick me, so he just sent a bubble. I was disappointed that all I felt was a bubble of nothing until he said that's what he sent. I haven't had a miraculous healing from it, but we are communicating on some level without words.

I know that's not superhuman but it's more that what most people expect as human.

Edit 10/16/12: The other day, I opened a wooden, crooked drawer, that usually requires effort to pull open. Not thinking about that, I just pulled it open and it almost flew out of the cupboard. It reminded me that I used to open and move everything with ease, without strain. After my accidents, it hurt to open everything, so I was careful not to hurt myself.

So I thought about it and realized that I even used to have to restrain my effort so I wouldn't break things or hurt people. I realized that what I had been doing, was experiencing, visualizing, feeling the feeling of, for example, the drawer being open as I opened it and the drawer became open with little effort on my part.

I also used to be able to do stuff like pick up a bale of hay in each hand and toss it onto the truck. Even the boys struggled to pick up a bale with two hands and get it into the back of the truck.


answered 10 Aug '12, 08:42

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edited 15 Oct '12, 12:44

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