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What we call miracles, all these events that appear to go against the laws of nature, are neither supernatural, supranatural, nor anti-natural

 
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What we call miracles, all these events that appear to go against the laws of nature, are neither supernatural, supranatural, nor anti-natural
Because our spirit is subjected to the limitations of matter, it is unable to manifest fully. Up above, in its own sphere, the spirit has unlimited powers, it is omnipotent. It is the matter down here, in us and around us, that imposes limitations on it. But thanks to the constancy of our daily efforts, the spirit cuts a path through, little by little, and in the end succeeds in overcoming the obstacles and transforms everything. The spirit is said to have 'supernatural' powers. No, in fact there is nothing supernatural about the spirit. What we call miracles or wonders, all these events that appear to go against the laws of nature, are neither supernatural, supranatural, nor anti-natural. They simply obey other laws, which are just as natural and which are those of the spirit.

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Re: What we call miracles, all these events that appear to go against the laws of nature, are neither supernatural, supranatural, nor anti-natural
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Re: What we call miracles, all these events that appear to go against the laws of nature, are neither supernatural, supranatural, nor anti-natural
Because our spirit is subjected to the limitations of matter, it is unable to manifest fully. Up above, in its own sphere, the spirit has unlimited powers, it is omnipotent. It is the matter down here, in us and around us, that imposes limitations on it. But thanks to the constancy of our daily efforts, the spirit cuts a path through, little by little, and in the end succeeds in overcoming the obstacles and transforms everything. The spirit is said to have 'supernatural' powers. No, in fact there is nothing supernatural about the spirit. What we call miracles or wonders, all these events that appear to go against the laws of nature, are neither supernatural, supranatural, nor anti-natural. They simply obey other laws, which are just as natural and which are those of the spirit.

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In this scenario, one would then direct the spirit to go above, and perform some act on earth?





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