Once reached the enlightenment, most people believe that powers and divine realms open inside our minds and bodies.
Touching the light of enlightenment means that divine love intuition is accessible beyond our limited mind and knowledge of the soul and divinity realm existence becomes a reality inside our heart.
It doesn’t give magical powers or any other abilities as many believers pursuits through different practices to reach the enlightenment.
It could be a side effect but depends on the different levels of attainment for each unique soul, and sometimes could be an obstacle on the path to enlightenment which never ends.
That’s why magical powers and abilities (siddhi) are never a scope in the enlightenment through divine love.
Some people are born enlightened, having a vision and understanding of the unseen realm of divinity and existence that is not accessible for some others only after years of practice and worship.
Others may be all life blind to divinity realm and not even dream of it. In a way, it is better not to see and understand what’s happening behind the curtain of reality – the suffering and evolution of the world and universe.
Enlightenment it never ends, going on continuously since the birth of existence until the end of it.
The enlightenment touches every aspect of existence, as well as science and religions.
All things and elements of existence, physical and empirical are interconnected and have the same energy and creation – Divine Love.
Many discoveries related to physical laws and science knowledge were revealed through soul searching answers during meditation or so-called reflections while sleeping.
Same it happened in religions through revelations.
From the physical world to the divinity realm, the source of all knowledge is accessible and revealed through divine love reflection into our soul’s existence.
That’s why divine love is praised and used in religions, practices and different beliefs from ancient times, and also reflected in human love.
Without love, there would have been no evolution and no knowledge in the world.
When divine love reveals to all souls awakened, and conscious as the source of their existence – the reflection of divine love intuition (bodhi – enlightenment) in their existing acknowledged – reincarnation and suffering will be only in memories of time itself.
Enlightenment in Buddhismhttps://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enlightenment_in_Buddhism
The English term enlightenment is the western translation of the abstract noun bodhi, (/ˈboʊdi/; Sanskrit: बोधि; Pali: bodhi), the knowledge or wisdom, or awakened intellect, of a Buddha. The verbal root budh- means “to awaken,” and its literal meaning is closer to “awakening.” Although the term buddhi is also used in other Indian philosophies and traditions, its most common usage is in the context of Buddhism. The term “enlightenment” was popularised in the Western world through the 19th century translations of Max Müller. It has the western connotation of general insight into transcendental truth or reality.
The term is also being used to translate several other Buddhist terms and concepts, which are used to denote (initial) insight (prajna (Sanskrit), wu (Chinese), kensho and satori (Japanese)); knowledge (vidhya); the “blowing out” (Nirvana) of disturbing emotions and desires and the subsequent freedom or release (vimukti); and the attainment of supreme Buddhahood (samyak sam bodhi), as exemplified by Gautama Buddha.
What exactly constituted the Buddha’s awakening is unknown. It may probably have involved the knowledge that liberation was attained by the combination of mindfulness and dhyāna, applied to the understanding of the arising and ceasing of craving. The relation between dhyana and insight is a core problem in the study of Buddhism, and is one of the fundamentals of Buddhist practice.
In the western world the concept of (spiritual) enlightenment has taken on a romantic meaning. It has become synonymous with self-realization and the true self and false self, being regarded as a substantial essence being covered over by social conditioning.
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Siddhis (Sanskrit: सिद्धि siddhi; fulfillment, accomplishment) are material, paranormal, supernatural, or otherwise magical powers, abilities, and attainments that are the products of yogic advancement through sādhanās such as meditation and yoga. The term ṛddhi (Pali: iddhi, “psychic powers”) is often used interchangeably in Buddhism.https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Siddhi
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