I have got a book here: "Śūnyatā - The Essence of Mahayana Spirituality", written by Moti Lal Pandit.
Any meditator may acquire these powers, I think. When we meditate, our knowledge expands. I don't know any high states of mind, but these are interesting. I suppose here must be somebody like Brianstalin, who has trained his mind in order to see hidden vistas of reality.
But let me cite this. It's rather long citation, but does it matter? Buddhists use Pali and Sanskrit terminology, so I don't use their words, just the English ones, since this would be too arduous.
From pages 100-101:
"The Buddha is the enlightened one because he is in possession of the following psychic powers, which have been divided into three categories.
The psychic powers are characterised bt (i) ten powers, (ii) eighteen peculiar properties, and (iii) four confidences.
"The ten power of the Buddha are (i) the power to know what is possible and what is impossible; (ii) the power to know the fruits of karman; (iii) the power to know the end of the road; (iv) the knowledge of elements; (v) the knowledge of mental tendencies of beings; (vi) the knowledge of the relative powers of various sense faculties.; (vii) the knowledge of various states of meditation and of ecstasy; (viii) the knowledge of former births; (ix) the knowledge concerning how beings, in accordance of their karman, are born, and how they pass away, and (x) the knowledge concerning the destruction of impurities, and the knowledge of liberation by mind and by insight."
"The eighteen properties of the Buddha are the following: (i) the power to see all things of the past; (ii) the power to see the things future; (iii) the power to see things of the present; (iv) the power of the body; (v) of speech; (vi) of thought; (vii) firmness of mental resolution; (viii) of memory; (ix) of concentration; (x) of energy; (xi) of liberation; (xii) of insight; (xiii) freedom from fickleness; (xiv) from agitations; (xv) from mental confusions; (xvi) from hastiness; (xvii) from heedlessness; and (xviii) from inconsiderateness.
"The four self-confidences are: (i) the assurance that the Tathagata has attained the state of omnisciences; (ii) that he, having caused the destruction of impurities, is no more subject to the influence of defilements; (iii) that he understands well the obstructions to nirvana; and (iv) that he has shown the right path to nirvana."
I have none of this. My mind is confused; I cannot meditate.
Difficult to get out of such a loop.