Is there any Supernatural Power?
Yes, there is.
Consequently, from the aforesaid, the question arises as to whether there's some way to get to know It. Or prove Its existence.
And also, why most humans do not ever experience It?
More importantly, why science cannot find It?
The Absolute Principal of All That Be, is nobody's concubine.
The only way to win a worthy damsel's hand is to woo her, not coerce her into giving in, as many a religious nut does under the garb of a trumped-up sanction of their imagined tribal god. Some nutcases even harbour the notion that it is their god-given duty to coerce and kill people of other faiths just because they do not share their loony views about their fancied superpower, their misogynistic ancestral deity, who, in reality is just a nonsensical naught.
The supernatural power touted by the lower isms is of a lowly realm.
Prevalent beliefs of people, in most regions and religions in the world, is of the supposition that a humanoid god, a man-like deity or a supernatural spirit entity, or something akin to it, rules the world. Sitting up there in a wondrous physical place called heaven. And that after death, we either go there, or to hell. Most of us, the people of differing faith, of course are told of a welcoming permanent hell where our abode shall be. Therein we the infidels shall dwell. Forever in inferno! And oh, so unwell.
Such silly ideas about the supernatural are nurtured by a simplistic lot.
However, the intellect, too, does not get It. Nor does empirical science. Both do sincerely try to get that Thing-in-Itself, which is the bling of it all. But searching for that in just the material phenomenon, of mere matter and not the spirit, the self-acclaimed over thinking lot lose the Game.
So, who finds It, and pray, what is this supernatural power?
The free mystical self-experience of the ancients, and of the most recent, tells us that to get It, one must first and foremost abide by a certain set of inviolable, fundamental metaphysical principles.
Firstly, a lifestyle of non-harm, that is, not harming anyone intentionally, is a sine qua non.
Secondly, the Thing-in-Itself cannot be forced to reveal its Universal Self by just pondering leisurely about it, or by any other coercive means thereof, except through humble devotion.