Human powers is best established as innate, inborn sources of supplying energy — and which sources are capable of magnification, of decrease, of being latent and untapped, and of being de-energized or depowered.
Qualities of power that can be exerted physically and mentally — all of which can be nurtured and enhanced, or caused to be latent or weakened.
The human mind is designed for learning.
It is also obvious that social processes in which everyone is embedded greatly determine what we do and do not learn, and it this factor that accounts for all types of failure to nurture many learning potentials.
People best recognize what they expect to see and often fail in recognizing whatever they do not expect to see.
For example, most do not expect to experience telepathy or intuition or other subtle activities supporting empowerment. And so they might not realize that such activities go on all the time about them. Thus, what we expect to see is visible to us, while the unexpected can.
For example, the socially engineered poor and powerless often do not expect significant increases in wealth and power, and so the subtle wherewithal of empowerment phenomena might remain invisible and meaningless even though empowerment potentials are innate within them.
The entity is a fragment of God or a part of “all that is” which is indescribable and cannot be understood at the human level of consciousness.
Consciousness comes into realities such as this one, with a number of physical forms within the outer body. This is demonstrated by looking at Russian nesting dolls that we have all seen, as one form fits into another.
The difference between the soul and the empty nesting dolls is the differing dimensional frequencies or energy wavelength.
The “nesting” soul forms are at different frequencies that respond to frequencies of existing dimensions all of which hosts the soul (some might call if an “over-soul.”). The Causal body is held by some to be the originating body or the human form.
The powers of individuals may be blocked, hampered, confused, ineffective, defeated, distorted, mind-programmed into depowerment conditions.
The powers may have been educated to non-effective levels, adulterated, intimidated, willingly or unwillingly suppressed by yourself or by others, polluted with anti-power considerations. But the powers exist even so.
One’s sense of power may even be intellectually and emotionally confused. Or it may simply be that others don’t want you to manifest your power, and have taken active, preventive measures to prevent its consolidation within you.
Take paper and pencil and list ten of the times during your life you DID feel powerful. Then write down each item, beside it make a note of what happened because you were powerful at that time. When you have finished that list study it well several times.