Thursday, February 23, 2012

Stop the Yoga!

     

"The word yoga is derived from the root yuj, which means to unite or to join together. The practice of yoga may lead to the union of the human with the divine - all within the self. The aim of yoga is the transformation of human beings from their natural form to a perfected form. The Yogic practices originated in the primordial depths of India's past. From this early period the inner attitudes and disciplines which were later identified and given orderly expression by Patanjali."

     Anyone who is practicing yoga or think that it is something good, please think again.  I am going to point out the dangers of practicing it and point out the bad results that I have personally seen from people who practice such things.

     I am a believer in the God who created the heavens and the earth, but I do not subscribe to any religion because they are just too inconsistent to be credible.  I have read many writings that claim to be the word of God, but they contain too many errors.  I lean more toward early Christian teachings as they seem to be more instructive as to morals and keeping God's commandments.

     In the quote above, notice how it says that "the practice of yoga may lead to the union of the human with the divine all within the self."  What this really means is that the claim is eventually going to be made that the human being is going to be a god.  You can also observe this teaching in hyper-charismatic "Christian" teaching.  No man or woman can be a god.  There's only one God, and that's the one who created everything.  There's no other way it can be that would make any sense.

     Here are a few problems with yoga. 

     There is no such thing as a human being.  The term human being refers to a "bi-pedaled primate mammal."  In other words, a man which is a derivative of a monkey.  Click here for a more detailed explanation.  Mankind is not to be considered animals, but people created in God's image.  God is not a monkey.  It's a small point, but one worth making to establish the proper context.

     The idea seems to be that a man can unite his mind with his inner god, which would be more satanic than anything else.  Any satanic practice will result in the destruction of the person doing it.  This is the purpose of yoga; to destroy all those who use it.

     Then there is this idea of "transformation" from the natural state to a more "perfected" one.

Who can do better than God the creator?  Do you really think that man can create something more perfect than God?  If you think that, then you are probably two fries short of a happy meal.

God created everything perfectly; however, it is Satan who tries to ruin our lives by influencing man to satanic inclinations.

     The proponents of yoga say that it is great for stress.  My experience with people who practice yoga says just the opposite.  I have seen people who can't stand even the normal stress from a regular day of living.  Their tempers are uneven, and they tend to blow up at the most insignificant thing.  Their paranoia is unparalleled.   This practice of yoga has influenced millions of people who contort their bodies in the name of the supposedly healthy exercise when the fact is that it is extremely unhealthy to the mind and the body.  Once the mind goes, so goes the body.  I have never seen one person who didn't become a raving lunatic who practiced yoga.  Of course, Satan isn't going to tell you it is evil, he tells you it is good.  Satan is a liar.  There's nothing wrong with wanting to improve oneself, but it cannot be done with yoga.

     Then there is "hot yoga" which is practiced in rooms at 85-105 degrees temperature.  This opens the door to all kinds of diseases.  I knew someone who I told not to do that but did it anyway and got deathly ill.  Because this is usually done in a class setting, there are all kinds

of opportunities for diseases to spread in the warm setting.  From a common sense point of view,

this is as stupid as it gets.

     Yet this idiotic practice has ruined the lives of millions in the United States.  This might explain why some people are so unstable in their thoughts and deeds.  Any satanic practice is going to unsettle the mind and destroy everything in its path.  

     No man or woman can be a god and no man should try to practice any ritual that involves a religion that claims that a man can be a god.  Or, a man can become "perfected" by the actions of another man.  That is simply ridiculous.

     Remember, if you practice yoga, everything else will start to go wrong.  Nothing works right when yoga is practiced.  Think of yoga as putting your whole being into a spiritual cesspool.

Or as the old saying goes: "Friends don't let friends practice yoga." 


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Walter Allen Thompson is the author of The Grace of Repentance: Keeping God's Commandments

6 comments:

  1. THE WRITER OF THIS ARTICLE IS JUST ANOTHER UNINTELLIGENT ENVIOUS BIGOTED SELF DENYING PARANOID DEVIL DODGER,WHO'S PERSONAL DISCONTENT DOESN'T END WITH HIS SELF , BUT HAS TO PROJECT HIS NEGATIVE CRAP ONTO OTHERS, THE JESUITS AND CATHOLICS LOVE FOOLS LIKE YOU - WHAT HE DOESN'T REALIZE IS JESUS WAS A YOGI - AND DID TRAVEL TO INDIA! I WOULD SUGGEST THE WRITER OF THIS ARTICLE TO DO THE SAME - IF ONLY TO RELIEVE HIS MIND OF IT'S UTTER DIATRIBE AND DOGMATIC PREDITIOUSNESS LIKE A PIECE OF DISGARDED CRAP.
    .... JESUS YOGI

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    1. "THE WRITER OF THIS ARTICLE IS JUST ANOTHER UNINTELLIGENT ENVIOUS BIGOTED SELF DENYING PARANOID DEVIL DODGER,WHO'S PERSONAL DISCONTENT DOESN'T END WITH HIS SELF , BUT HAS TO PROJECT HIS NEGATIVE CRAP ONTO OTHERS,"

      You mean like what you just wrote here?.......LOL!
      http://www.examiner.com/article/of-10-highest-iq-s-on-earth-at-least-8-are-theists-at-least-6-are-christians?CID=examiner_alerts_article

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  2. Thank you so much for making my point.

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  3. He didnt really make your point did he? Your arguments are so flawed and biased, its hilarious. Good entertainment, but hardly informal in any way though :)

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  4. I see your point, but how do you contact a God than, and have a conversation with him? Praying doesn't work, yoga doesn't work...what does than?

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  5. I have never had any recollection where a prayer wasn't answered. Usually, the answer wasn't what I expected.

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