Saint bilocation and levitation
While in ecstasy, some saints would levitate. My interpretation is that the heart becomes lighter and pushes towards heaven, as Jesus finds His place there. Padre Pio would levitate and bilocate in front of witnesses. Bilocation means being physically present in a different part of the world. Mary of Agreda would bilocate from Spain to America to teach and convert Native Americans. Mary, the mother of Jesus, would bilocate to Spain from Jerusalem to save James the Greater, the apostle, and his followers from being killed in Granada, Spain.
Related to levitation, Blessed Emmerich describes Jesus' walk during His ministry as light and agile in movement. Related to bilocation, Jesus can appear in different places at the same time, satan can only appear in one place at a time. In the "Voices of the Saints" book, 365 saint's lives are described. You'll see these same gifts in most saints throughout history.
Book: The Voices of the Saints: A Year of Readings by Ghezzi, Bert
The gift of prophecy given to Blessed Anne-Maria Taigi is well documented by the Vatican. Saint Thomas Aquinas in 1250 said,
The reason why it is wrong to inquire of the demons concerning the future is because they have no knowledge of it, this knowledge being proper to God. Yet the demons know scientific truths.
There is a strong link between locutions (hearing divine voices) and brain disorders. When locution dictations are taken as divine (not properly studied by the Vatican either) and they are not followed by any other gifts, it is always a source of concern. Auditory hallucinations are associated with psychotic disorders. A brain tumour can trigger a person's sudden 'hyper-religious' behavior, even to the point of believing they hear Mary or Jesus. Two very similar cases are proof, 1st case and 2nd case. Maria Valtorta (1897-1961) wrote religious books through an "interior voice" years after a delinquent youth struck her in the back with an iron bar for no apparent reason. Let's just say that serious head trauma increases the risk of brain tumours and other disorders. So do not take locutions at face value nowadays before a proper MRI and Vatican approval. Religious readings need a proper foundation. If the Pope endorses the book, we can take the book seriously. Otherwise, they are cleverly devised tales based on psychotic disorders. Blessed Emmerich had the stigmata on her body, and thus her visions were more likely divine.