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Is it enough to live life as a normal human being? Why do we feel this urge, this pull, deep within us, to develop and transform ourselves into superhuman beings, and why would we set ourselves such high and lofty goals that to ‘normal’ people would seem totally impossible to attain?

The answer, or should I say, my answer, is that we have a much deeper understanding and grasp on the actual nature of reality, and of the Universe. What do I mean by this? I mean that we understand that reality is not what it is just by accident, but that, by the power of our mind, we can become the architects of reality itself, shaping the very fabric of the physical environment in which we exist. Let us use the example of human flight. Almost every human on this planet holds the strong belief that human beings cannot, by the power of their mind, lift or levitate off the ground, into the air, and fly. These humans have created, by the very nature of their thoughts and desires, a reality which absolutely does not allow them to ever experience (superhuman) flight as a human being.

The problem is that most who have these (negative) beliefs did not form or originate the belief themselves, but it was placed into their minds by the people around them, and especially by the society in which they are living. This negative belief (that humans cannot fly) is a virus or a disease, and they have been infected by this disease. This debilitating disease prevents them from ever experiencing flight as a human being using only the power of the mind.

These are, of course, just my personal opinions and thoughts on a subject that is close to my heart, and so I have great passion for this particular subject. I am not saying that we are right and they are wrong, but what I am saying is that through careful creation, use, and application of our thoughts, we can develop belief systems that will allow us to do what most would consider impossible.

Really, what I am saying is that by crafting and sculpting the reality that we want, we can teach and train ourselves to perform acts which in other ‘normal’ peoples eyes would be considered as miracles, or ‘acts of God’.

Respects,

Chris Zanetti.

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