But none of this alters the laws of physics.
More precisely, Newtonian physics are defied, but it all fits nicely with quantum physics / mechanics.
For instance, we already know from quantum physics that the principle of locality does not have to apply. Distance is irrelevant - one thing happening in one part of the universe can affect another thing in another part of the world at the speed of light.
We also know that time is also irrelevant. With quantum entanglement, the behaviour of a particle in the present can affect the behavior of a particle in the past.
If you grasp all that, you will see why apparently impossible things can be doe - such as psychics seeing the future; or sensing what happened in the past even though they were not there to witness events; or faith healing occurring over long distances.
All of these are possible, because time and distance can be quite irrelevant, counter-intuitive as it may sound.