posted on Feb, 17 2012 @ 02:06 PM
Why would you have to scream?
I mean, I can understand being very angry and full of grief. In the cartoon it looked like he was very angry or full of grief. This made him scream I
guess. In real life would you have to scream and contort to do something?
In one instant of absolute rage and grief you might at that moment have a lot of adrenaline to do something for a few seconds. People have been known
to move cars off of people who are trapped. If the situation calls for superhuman strength or speed, I believe for a few seconds one can tap into
something. It is a survival mechanism. I don't think it would be easy to trick the body into going into that mode at will.
I think more than anything you must be stressed, fearful, full of rage, grief, or some heightened emotion. Perhaps in a moment of some heightened
emotion, energy can flow. I don't think it is something someone could do at will really. Even if there were a way to control it for a few seconds, I
think one would be very tired after that.
I do believe that there are things going on in a micro level. Quantum physics has a lot to say about the motion of the tiniest particles. Things in
nature do have a charge. Even the human body has charges of energy. I don't know if it is enough to harness and make a difference on a large level.
In religion it is said if you have enough faith you can move mountains and nothing would be impossible to you. Jesus said that all he did his
followers could do if they had faith. He said these things and greater would you do, but I don't think anyone ever did it. So although it might be
possible, not many would be able to do it, because it does take faith and tapping into something very much more powerful than we are as humans. It
probably takes years of dedication and study to do the smallest thing.
I don't know what fasting does to the body but I do know it was very important. Fasting means not eating anything or drinking anything for a period
of time and using the time to meditate and pray. So this probably does change the body in a way that prepares it for doing new things.
I don't see how the average fast food eating person who doesn't seriously study, meditate and pray is going to do much of anything. Maybe in a
moment of absolute desperate need, but not on a daily basis.