posted on Feb, 23 2013 @ 04:21 PM
Originally posted by Nyiah
Originally posted by ThirdEyeofHorus
reply to post by Nyiah
Even casual practice of Hatha yoga can cause the kundalini to rise spontaneously. It happened with me. Tai Chi involves movement of energy though
unseen, so yes if you practice it you are moving energy. It is better if you are aware of it though.
Hatha yoga and Tai Chi are both physical forms of meditation with movement. Yoga means union or to bind the body to the spirit.
You see, though, raising the "kundalini" only means anything to you if you believe in it. I believe it's bunk pseudoscience, and therefore perceive
no religious or spiritual benefit. I do, however, feel I gained a tremendous physical benefit from the exercises in the first place.
Basically, if you believe in the woo-woo benefits, you might find yourself believing you're achieving them. If you're like me, and do not believe in
that stuff, you merely get good exercise without any preconceived religious/spiritual expectations. Hence why I said if you just do the exercises
without doctrine, that it's generic.
Yoga means "to be yoked". It means “binding two together.” When one practices yoga, he is calling to the spirits to enter his body and mind and
possess them - Not Jesus Christ nor your Creator, but with the Hindu gods. I do not think that people are understanding this major point. It is a form
of meditation. Inherent in yoga is the Hindu belief that reality (everything around us) is an illusion. In its original purpose, yoga, with its
tures and mantras is meant to be an act of worship to Hindu gods. Although Westernized, the purpose has not changed. Yoga claims to lead a person to
the “Truth,” which the seeker discovers requires a re- nunciation of reality and a submission to a spirit Force. You may THINK that it is harmless
and merely exercise because that is exactly what it has been sold to the west as - a harmless stress reducer. But just because it is labeled as such
here, does not remove nor change what it is - a religious practice of worship. Likewise, contemplative meditation is sold to the descendants of
Christians as mere relaxation techniques - YET, Buddhism cannot be practiced without mindfulness meditation.
When are parents going to see their child bowing in a yoga posture and realise that they are allowing the indoctrination of their child into
worshipping gods which are NO GODS and yoking them to spirits? When will parents wake up to the fact that Jesus Christ, the Saviour, was kicked out
the front door whilst the serpent and his lies were brought in the back door? According to scripture, it truly will be like the days of Noah - the
majority not knowing anything until the rain started to fall.
The question is this - next time you see the word "yoga" think about WHAT it signifies. Yoked with the Hindu spirits in worship of them. Then
question why you clap and shout hip hip hooray at the removal of Jesus Christ, the Son Of God, the Word Made Flesh, from your children's lives - yet
you are willing to believe that those same darn leaders and teachers bringing Hindusism and Buddhism into the vacated school have your children's
best interests at heart. Do they have that much power over you as they say "see little Johnny bowing to the false gods? Isn't it cute? Don't worry,
trust us, we have his indoctrination under control."