Tibetan monk’s levitation is not a legend. It has nothing to do with Eastern mysticism or religious teachings. The person did not get any help except his focused mind and his energy that caused thephenomenon. That is what the mind in combination with your energy can achieve by itself. If someone can do things that look supernatural, it does not necessarily mean God is helping them do it. In this case, it was neither good or bad that helped achieve the feat; it was simply the mind over matter. Those monks have mastered the ability to control the smallest of their energy particles within their vessels.
Imagine you are in the spirit realm and watch a monk meditate in a cross-leg position. You could hear his concentrated thoughts: “All of my weight is going down and out of my body; I’m becoming as light as a feather.” He thought that over and over. Finally, he floated up almost a foot off the ground. When he ended the session, he gently floated back down by thinking, “I’m becoming weighted.” If you could go up to him without being seen and slap your hands together, the guy would go down like a rock. Loss of concentration breaks the mind link to your energy’s manipulation of the universal laws on the fleshly plane..