Is Yoga Compatible With Christianity?

Is Yoga Compatible With Christianity?


Jer 10:2  Thus saith the LORD, Learn not the way of the heathen, and be not dismayed at the signs of heaven; for the heathen are dismayed at them.
The verse above is not speaking only about astrology, but all of the religious practices of all of the pagan religions. It is difficult to adhere to this verse in our modern world because so many little devils have woven so many pagan practices into Judaeo Christian culture.

There can be no doubt that yoga is a religious practice that leads to a specific religion that is counter to Christianity:

To deny that yoga is religion and that this religion is Hinduism/Sanatan Dharma is the perpetuate an illusion. True, we have to fault many of the Hindu yoga teachers for not clearing up this matter years ago. In many cases, this illusion may have been (unconsciously) naively perpetuated, while in other cases, money was, and is, a motivating factor.
If the Hindu-yoga connection is made, then the teacher (not necessarily the student) must be a Hindu. Anyone who so desires can become a Hindu. This represents real commitment. Obviously many non-Hindu "yoga teachers" have made other formal religious commitments which they simply walked away from. Subsequently, not to inform students of the yoga-Hindu connection is to demonstrate a disregard for any previous religious commitments that they  have made. The careless handling of students' psyches (invariably "yoga teachers" present meditation, the Hindu metaphysical study of kundalini, and the chakras, as well as counsel students) has often resulted in more confusion, emotional upheavals and, sometimes, feelings of guilt over the student's previous religious commitments. Yoga Journal May-June 1996 p. 9

It is plainly stated by Yoga Journal that the practice of yoga is part of the Hindu Religion. Many do deny it, some for monetary reasons, as stated above. Some deny it to deliberately lead Christians into apostasy. 

The excerpt above mentions "kundalini":

The concept of Kuṇḍalinī is mentioned in the Upanishads (9th – 7th centuries BCE). The Sanskrit adjective kuṇḍalin means "circular, annular". It is mentioned as a noun for "snake" (in the sense of "coiled") in the 12th-century Rajatarangini chronicle (I.2). Kuṇḍa (a noun meaning "bowl, water-pot" is found as the name of a Nāga (serpent deity) in Mahabharata 1.4828).

Kundalini is a Hindu serpent diety that offers illumination. 

Where have we heard this story before: 

Genesis 3:1 Now the serpent was more subtil than any beast of the field which the LORD God had made. And he said unto the woman, Yea, hath God said, Ye shall not eat of every tree of the garden? 2  And the woman said unto the serpent, We may eat of the fruit of the trees of the garden: 3  But of the fruit of the tree which [is] in the midst of the garden, God hath said, Ye shall not eat of it, neither shall ye touch it, lest ye die. 4  And the serpent said unto the woman, Ye shall not surely die: 5  For God doth know that in the day ye eat thereof, then your eyes shall be opened, and ye shall be as gods, knowing good and evil. 6 ¶  And when the woman saw that the tree [was] good for food, and that it [was] pleasant to the eyes, and a tree to be desired to make [one] wise, she took of the fruit thereof, and did eat, and gave also unto her husband with her; and he did eat.

Does it get any more obvious than this?

Those who experience "kundalini awakening" perceive it as an awakening of the self. They become their own god. 


The son of the late L. Ron Hubbard (founder of Scientology) stated in an interview with Penthouse magazine that his father did not worship Satan, but rather he believed that he had become Satan.

The Scientology process of "going clear" shares a lot of ground with the mystical self actualization of kundalini awakening and tapping into the Akashic record. Hubbard was heavily influenced by Theosophy and likewise, Theosophy draws heavily from Buddhism and Hinduism. It's a circle.

I am not the only one who sees the influence of Theosophy in Maslow's work, as it relates to self actualization and the Hierarchy of Needs. I was taught the Maslow garbage in college. Colleges and universities (12-step programs too) never disclose to students that they are soft initiating you into Theosophy, the O.T.O. or Golden Dawn when they bathe your mind in material that came from PhDs who were adherents to that sewage. What all of these things really add up to is Alice Bailey's hierarchy being externalized. I wonder if you can see where this leads.

The societal boom in kundalini self actualization practices from the late 19th century onward (and before that) fueled the rise of our modern world. 

From the Nazis in the west to the yogis in the east it's all the same Babylon. And they all share the same roots.


The word yogananda means union with god through yoga. As Christians we know that our union with God comes through Jesus Christ restoring us to God through our faith in his death, burial and resurrection and through his blood that was
shed at Calvary for our sin. 

As such, with yoga being thought of as a means of creating union between you and god, yoga is a replacement for Jesus Christ. Understand that this is the very definition of anti-Christ.

Yoga cannot and will not restore you to God. Yoga can and will connect you to the god of this world, Satan. Many self proclaimed Christians are practicing yoga today. Pastors who are ravenous wolves are promoting it to their flocks. 

Many will reject this message because they are vessels fitted to destruction.  

You cannot mix paganism with Christianity and still call the admixture Christianity. It's like this: if I put only a drop or two of raw sewage into your delicious and refreshing iced tea would you still want to drink it? You would probably not even notice if no one told you. But your insides would know it and you would be sick as a dog in not too many hours. It works the same way with mixing pagan practices with Christianity. 

You see, people, all of these diverse practices and religions have their root in the same thing. They all lead you away from Christ and toward Satan.

Now is the time to humble yourself and come out of these deceptions of Babylon...while you still can.

But it is very very difficult for a self actualized, kundalini awakened, "clear" person to humble themselves. For that matter, even Joe the plumber has difficulty doing it...these days.