Gnostic Question of the Week
What virtue allowed Saint Francis to levitate?
Answer from the V.M. Samael Aun Weor.
Extraordinary elevations, magical flights, quick vertical exits, suspensions, ascensions, passes, transports, high-altitude aerial circuits, ecstasy, joy and rapture.
The legend of the centuries says, and the Divines and humans know this, that when our Brother Francis of Assisi (1186-1226) reached the twilight of his life, his ecstasy on Mount Avernus multiplied.
His beloved disciple, Brother León, who happily brought him food, always found him in a state of rapture outside his grotto, high above the perfumed earth. Sometimes he reached the beech trees, disappeared from sight, went between the fourth coordinate.
Samael Aun Weor. Secret Doctrine of Anahuac.
Answer from the Magazine "The Wisdom of the Being".
One of the most notable characteristics of Saint Francis of Assisi was his deep compassion for humanity and his transcendental mystique.
The interesting thing about this enlightened master is that he never desired powers, he never coveted having faculties, however, they manifested themselves to him naturally, because his main objective was to disintegrate his psychological defects.
The Jinn faculties are something that we should all have naturally, as the great enlightened teachers have demonstrated when they brought us their teachings.
Levitation is one of those natural functions that should be part of the nature of the human being, as demonstrated by dozens of mystics over time; giving us, with the example of his life, the key to achieving it; and it is the development of an authentic devotion to sacred things, respect for nature and all created things; as well as transcendental mysticism demonstrated with forceful facts and not vain insubstantial talk.
The Wisdom of Being Magazine 100, Chapter: "Saint Francis of Assisi."