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List of iddhi-powers 
According to Bowker, there are eight iddhi-powers:
- replicate and project bodily-images of oneself,
- make oneself invisible,
- pass through solid objects,
- sink into solid ground,
- walk on water,
- touch the sun and moon with one's hand,
- ascend to the world of the god Brahmā in the highest heavens
- addhitana iddhi, willpower
- vikubbana iddhi, the power of transformation
- manomaya iddhi, the power of the mind
- eliminiation of unwholesome states by developing insight knowledge
- samadhi-vippara iddhi, concentration to overcome the hindrnaces in the jhanic state
- arya-iddhi, the ability of the noble ones
- the power of traversing the skies like birds
- special gifts
- the power of magicians
- the power of overcoming unwholesome states
Guiley mentions eight iddhi-powers:
- mastery over the body and nature
- fleetness in running
- ability to see the gods
- control over spirits and demons
- the ability to fly
- preservation of youth
- the ability to make certain pills
See also 
- Pio 1988, p. 60.
- Schober 2002, p. 138.
- Saletore 1981, p. 17.
- John Bowker (1997), Iddhi. The Concise Oxford Dictionary of World Religions
- Guiley 2006, p. 197.
- Guiley, Rosemary (2006), The Encyclopedia of Magic and Alchemy, Infobase Publishing
- Pio, Edwina (1988), Buddhist Psychology: A Modern Perspective, Abhinav Publications
- Saletore, R.N., Indian Witchcraft, Abhinav Publications
- Schober, Juliane (2002), Sacred Biography in the Buddhist Traditions of South and South-East Asia, Motilal Banarsidass Publ.
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