I used to be involved in homeopathic remedies when I was bedridden with Fibromyalgia, degenerative disk disease, Scoliosis, & chronic pain. I was going to a homeopathic doctor at this time and did not realize until years later that I was opening myself up to demons, and making my painful situation even worse than it was. To understand why it’s from the occult we have to start at the root of how homeopathy came into being, and afterwards I will tell you my own personal experience with taking these demonic medicines. Continue reading
The Hindu’s teach that there are seven main “energy” centers found in the body and they call these centers chakras. (I want to advise the reader, “energy” = “evil spirit”). The word chakra is derived from Sanskrit, meaning “wheel”, or “circle of life”. These alleged chakras are located along the spine and influence different nerve systems, organs and glands with their “energy”. They believe that there is an “energy” that is coiled in the base of the spine (root chakra) called the Kundalini Serpent Spirit. Their spiritual goal is to “awaken” and release this Kundalini in order to attain a greater “consciousness” or “enlightenment”. (In reality they are entering dark dimensions of the spiritual world that God never intended us to enter.) They believe through meditation, yoga, and visualization the “energy” can pass back up the spine until it reaches the top of the head (crown chakra), producing a mystical experience. They believe that as this Kundalini Spirit travels up the spine (it coils like a snake around the spine) and hits each chakra point, that particular chakra is essentially “opened”, “aligned”, “balanced” or “attuned”. As each chakra is “opened” more evil spirits are allowed to enter into a person. As a Christian I believe this to be from the occult and what the Bible calls a doctrine of demons. 1 Timothy 4:1 Now the Spirit expressly says that in latter times some will depart from the faith, giving heed to deceiving spirits and doctrines of demons.
When most people in the USA hear the word “yoga,” they understand it to be an exercise. They envision a person on a mat striking poses and practicing stretches to develop the body and relax the mind. But there is more to it than meets the eye. These poses and stretches embody more than physical exercise. Yoga has power to unleash the Kundalini spirit.