Numerous incidents of levitation have been recorded throughout history in almost every religion. Among the first was Simon Magus in the first century. Other incidents reported among the Roman Catholic saints include the incident of Joseph of Cupertino (1603-1663) and St. Teresa of Avila who reported levitating. She told of experiencing it during states of rapture. One eyewitness, Sister Anne of the Incarnation, said Saint Teresa levitated a foot and a half off the ground for about a half hour.
Incidents also have been reported in the religions of Hinduism and Buddhism. Milarepa, the great thirteenth century yogi of Tibet, is said to have possessed many occult powers such as the ability to walk, rest and sleep during levitating.
What causes this phenomenon? God? The mind?
It's a simple mind over matter problem. All things have energy and all physical things have a gravitational pull, even humans. With great practice it is possible to cause the energy from your mind to reverse this gravitational pull which in turn lifts you from the surface you are on... Levitation. However, this isn't something that can be mastered by the average person. It takes years of intense training and discipline - something most of us aren't willing to put in for an outcome so small...
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