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Yoga, Martial Arts and the Force

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YOGA, MARTIAL ARTS &The FORCE 
Leporati also highlights the sobering fact that Bodhidharma’s “uniquely yogic approach” and “contribution to Shaolin Temple Boxing” which came to be known as Kung Fu, also “raises levels of internal bodily energy (kundalini Shakti).” This is otherwise known as Serpent Power, or the Star Wars Force (Ki), as explained in Part 1. Leporati documented Kung Fu's relationship to Yoga:

The Sinew Change and 18 Monks Boxing sets attributed to Bodhidharma confer strength and flexibility on the body. The Marrow Washing set raises levels of internal bodily energy (kundalini shakti) and strengthens and elongates the spine, thereby tonifying the nervous system. Although methods of physical conditioning were also well-known in China prior to the appearance of Bodhidharma, it is in this uniquely yogic approach that Bodhidharma’s contribution to Shaolin Temple Boxing shows itself to be a profound step towards achieving what the old Tai Chi proverb encapsul…

Martial Arts are NOT for Christians

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Martial arts have occult origins and ties, and are not for Christians. This article is re-blogged from the source noted below, in the hope that believers will awaken, discern and separate from that which is dishonoring to God.
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Part 4 – Syncretizing the Force

Read Part 1: Star Wars Awakens
Read Part 2: Merchandi$ing the Force

Read Part 3: Manipulating the Force


For though we walk in the flesh,
we do not war according to the flesh,
for the weapons of our warfare are not of the flesh,
but divinely powerful for the destruction of fortresses.”

(2 Cor. 10:3-4)
The martial arts is a philosophy that is pretty much the principles in the Bible. Even though we can’t talk about Jesus, we can talk about what Jesus talks about in the Bible – love, loving your neighbor, being good people. Even though we can’t quote Scripture, we can say what Jesus says in the Bible or what the Apostle Paul says or what St. Pe…

Syncretism and Psychoheresy

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Syncretism is defined as "the combination of different forms of belief or practice." Syncretism is one of Satan's most deceptive and appealing techniques devised to destroy the true faith and undermine the Christian's confidence in God's Word and dependence on Christ.
    One of our concerns is with the syncretism of psychotherapy and its underlying psychologies with Christianity. As we demonstrate in our writings, psychotherapy and its underlying psychologies are actually religious in nature and practice. The euphemism for this kind of syncretism is "integration," which occurs when two or more ideas or systems are combined. However, those who attempt to combine psychotherapeutic beliefs with Scripture cannot truly integrate them. They are as different as oil and water! One works with the old man of the flesh (carnal); the other works with the new man in Christ (spiritual). They are at enmity with each other, just as the flesh and the …