Please don’t anyone tell me, “Satan has a counterfeit for everything God does” in order to excuse this behavior. Satan very well may have a counterfeit but basically he perverts everything holy and good. So Stacey Campbell shaking her head, hissing like a snake and speaking a prophecy that I found more Luciferic than Godly, only tells me she is possessed not by the Holy Spirit, but by another.

According to today’s typical church standards, the more stupid you behave, the more of the Holy Spirit you have. THIS is another gospel and another spirit. It is not one of God!

Any of us can look spiritual today if we just violently shake our heads, fall on the floor and look like we are having a seizure, bark like dogs, crow like roosters, roar like lions, laugh like a hyena, fall like a slobbering drunk, space out on a make believe joint, slurring our words, etc. ALL THESE THINGS Jesus would have cast out a person but today the Whore calls it the Holy Ghost! Such blasphmey and mockery to the Holy Spirit! And few dare to test it because they have been brain washed into believing they must not question?!  But the Bride of Christ does know the difference.

Church, greater delusions come. If we can not discern now the holy from the profane, what will we do when greater delusions come? Trust our leaders and teachers of such things to discern for us? Do any of us dare to let another rule over us in such a way that we would not test something BY and THROUGH and WITH the Word of God?

Cultfree from youtube:

Written on the sidebar: The first clip is of a well-known Christian speaker, Stacey Campbell. The rest of the following clips show automatic yogic movements induced by Kundalini power, which reminds me exactly of what I have seen in the kinds of churches I’ve gone to all my life. Except for the people standing on their heads (LoL), I don’t see much of a difference between the two, do you?


We are bombarded by messages of yoga’s peaceful and healthful benefits, but what we don’t hear, specifically in the United States, is the true origins of this type of lifestyle.

These are postures that are offered to the 330 million Hindu gods. Yoga postures really are; they are offerings to the gods. If you do these postures and you do this breathing technique and this meditation, then you will be accepted by a god, little “g.” That’s the real danger.

In India, people are often seen in the streets doing yoga poses in front of the statues of the gods.

Romans 12:1-2 says we are to offer our bodies as a living sacrifice to God. Here they are doing something very similar with these postures to their 330 million gods, and it is scary. So we abstain from things offered to idols — Acts 15:29.

In yoga they do what they call pranayama breathing. Prana is the Hindu word for life force, the same concept as the word chi in some martial arts. Yoga breathing attempts to manipulate that life energy. That is a dangerous thing, because I think that we are coming out from under the blood of Jesus when we do stuff like that, and we are no match for the enemy in those areas. I think of what Paul said in Ephesians 2:2, that Satan is the prince of the power of the air. We are not talking about oxygen.

A third area of concern in yoga is the concept of emptying the mind, which is contradictory to what Christianity teaches. The Bible says “We are transformed by the renewing of our minds, not the emptying.”

Along with emptying the mind, yoga guides people into astral travel, which is where people actually leave their bodies. As a Christian with the Holy Spirit in there, we are not going to be possessed, I don’t think. But one could easily be oppressed.

Clearly, with this understanding of yoga, Christians should think twice before heading to the local gym for a yoga class. But if you are a Christian who thinks it’s all right to attend yoga classes because you think you are strong enough not to fall prey to the spiritual deception that’s being taught and you enjoy the physical benefits, in all seriousness please consider a younger believer or weaker Christian who is watching your lifestyle. If you go to a yoga class, chances are they might be inspired to go also, and they could fall completely off track in their walk with God.

The ‘Christian Yoga’ Controversy

Can yoga and its religious roots be separated? Some who have been concerned about Eastern influences of yoga have looked to hatha yoga for answers, since hatha yoga is supposed to simply be the flexibility exercises without the spiritual influences. Yoga and Hinduism are inextricably linked, and beyond that, there can be no such thing as Christian yoga.

Christian yoga is an oxymoron. It is like saying someone is a Christian Buddhist or a Christian Hindu. What some people are doing is that they are trying to make yoga Christian. Even Hindus are saying that you cannot do that.