About Christianity and Yoga (Maelinhon)
A post about something that’s been bothering me.
Do you know that Christians are not allowed to engage in yoga and similar practices? This is an official position of the church: any spiritual and physical practices outside the dogma of Christianity and (especially) with other pantheons are considered a sin. And sin is not just a diary entry, which has no impact. It’s a quite legally justified blow right to your face.
Why? What would happen if? Let me explain, gladly. I’ve dedicated many years to studying this topic.
The thing is, Christian religion (similar to Islam and Judaism) is built on quite specific theses, dogmas, and rules. It’s very clearly outlined how you should live if you consider yourself a follower of these religions.
For those unfamiliar, let me refresh your memory:
– There is only one singular god who decides absolutely everything in the world. All matters fall under his jurisdiction. There are no other gods, goddesses, or forces; they either don’t exist or are also under his control.
– You are not an independent entity but his servant (they use this term themselves), meaning you have NO freedom to make decisions about your life; you are not the driving force in it. All decisions are made by God or his official representative, who must give you approval (or not). Everything in your life is given to you by God, either as punishment to endure or as a reward. You must accept both humbly. You have no right to look ahead, speculate, or explore anything on a subtle plane because that challenges complete trust in lord Yahweh. Analyzing and doubting his actions are also forbidden.
Because your life here is a trial, and the true life awaits you after death, which is the ultimate goal. In their version, after death, you go to heaven, and that’s the purpose.
– Accordingly: You cannot be interested in any practices outside your religion; you are not allowed to turn to any other forces, read this site, or make decisions in the realm of other gods and teachings. You can only turn to Yahweh, his son, and their pantheon. Anything else is punishable, quite literally — you will be punished. If your prayers are not answered or if you are not helped, it means you must endure the trials sent to you and not complain because your God knows better what to do with your life.
If you delve deeper into the ideology, you also do not have the right to treat your illnesses, wear glasses, undergo surgical operations, and other heresies. I’ll remind you that the primary tenets of Christianity are based on the glorification of suffering and martyrdom. So, if you fall ill, it’s a punishment or a trial given by God, and you must endure it humbly. There is no talk of any treatment because then you immediately violate almost all points and cheat: you are tested with pain, and you toss in painkillers. A servant does not have such options by default.
Yoga and other Eastern practices involve working with Eastern pantheons, their philosophy, and embracing the laws and rules there. I remind you that these practices are focused on self-awareness and finding one’s place in a world full of gods, goddesses, and various forces. In other words, engaging in these practices violates all points at once because you interfere with your destiny, alleviate illnesses given to you (and yoga is beneficial for health), and worse yet, you also come into contact with external forces. That’s a sin x10.
And 4. You have a full-fledged legal contract where it’s plainly written in Aramaic that you are familiar with these rules and are obligated to follow them. All of this is outlined in the rules of baptism and initiation into this religion and its satellites. This also applies to Islam. The fact that guardians signed the contract on your behalf is not the company’s problem, legally speaking; everything is correct.
Baptism is roughly like a contract with a mobile operator; you are given a “chip” (baptismal seal) that ensures your connection with the company. The company provides you with some benefits in return for compliance with its rules. If you violate the rules, you receive penalties (health and otherwise), violate them again, and the penalty is doubled. If you violate more than 10 times, your kidney (figuratively speaking) drops off.
Everything is very simple and clear.
What I’m getting at… I’m not judging anyone, not urging anything. I believe that everyone has their own head on their shoulders and can and should choose what they think and do, and where they belong. There are people who like such dogma, find it convenient, and it completely aligns with their views. No complaints, as long as you feel good.
All I’m calling for is to take religion SERIOUSLY and synchronize your real views with where and in what “subscriptions” you are. Accept the fact that there are more religions and spiritual teachings than just one or two, and each has its own rules and doctrines. You need to sit down and think about your life goals and how spiritual practice can help you with that, and only then make a choice.
There’s this thing called logic and cause-and-effect relationships. In simpler terms, there is a certain regularity in your movements in the space where you think something, speak accordingly, and then do something. And normally, these three points should operate within one logical framework:
I think this way —> I speak the way I think —-> I act the way I speak.
Any other variant will bring a lot of problems, both to the individual and their surroundings, because if you think one thing, speak another, and do whatever suits you at the moment, chaos will ensue. And I’m not talking about an elemental one.
In simpler terms, if you don’t agree with the postulates described above, if you want to practice yoga, pray to Odin or Vishnu, read Archaic, open your vision, and other things (or if you don’t want to engage in any of this and identify as an atheist), then you shouldn’t be part of this community. You also shouldn’t have their seals. Therefore, if you are a member but fundamentally think and act differently, the legal contract stipulates penalties that will grow exponentially with each new violation. For those without the seal, the rules mentioned above do not apply, and they also lack the means for delivering slaps.
Religion should not be treated as a “it can’t get worse than this” situation. It can. And it can get much worse! If a clear list of actions (esoterics, heightened perception, polytheism, yoga, atheism, meddling with one’s destiny, etc.) has been forbidden, it is precisely NOT ALLOWED. At all. Absolutely not. Not a “well, technically not allowed, but I’ll take a peek, no big deal.”
I’ve listed the dogmas and positions for you. Simple question: are you okay with them? Do they align with your tastes, views, and spiritual needs? And more importantly, are you sure they align with those of your children, whom you are signing up for all of this without their consent or knowledge? Do they align? If yes, no questions. But if not, the second question: why stay in a structure that doesn’t align with your views and endlessly pay them penalties?
Do you ever synchronize your views, thoughts, and actions? Maybe it’s time to sort out the mess in this sphere? Because 90% of people seem to be in some endless dance on rakes. They have seals, they seem to be Christians, but at the same time, they read what they shouldn’t, do what they shouldn’t, and think against what’s prescribed, repeatedly hitting their foreheads and not drawing any conclusions. This particularly applies to “esotericists” who boldly engage in practices without removing the CE (Christian Egregore) seal, getting hit on the head again and again, and making interesting conclusions about hexes but not looking at the root of the problem. In other words, they get hit by the egregore, but blame mythical enemies. They look at these enemies in tarot, thereby breaking the rules again, get hit on the head again, pull out tarot again… And in a circle. For years!
Just decide: Either you are there or you are here. You need to make one decision and act accordingly. Either you are in CE and follow the rules, or you are NOT in CE and belong to some other movement with different rules of life and views. Then you can do yoga, tarot, astrology, other pantheons, and everything else not prohibited by the rules of your new cult. But then you lose the perks according to the CE version. Whether you need these perks is up to you, maybe someone does, I don’t know. You have two options, and they don’t intersect.
A couple more important points.
Firstly, there is a common misconception that removing baptismal seals is as simple as taking off a cross. If that were the case, what’s the purpose of the ritual? Just wear a pendant, and you’re good to go! However, it doesn’t work that way. The cross is indeed a seal; it genuinely influences your perception. Over the last twenty years, the rules for “leaving the sandbox” have changed. While in the past, all that was needed was a refusal and payment of “fines,” now this option doesn’t exist at all. They rapidly lose their audience, so they cling to anyone who has ever been in their database. They won’t let you go so easily.
Therefore, as of 2023 and beyond, removing monotheistic seals looks like this:
— Remove the seals yourself (it’s not difficult).
— Remove disputes from the seals; these are measures to safeguard against removal. This step is impossible to complete independently and/or without subtle vision.
— Within a month, adopt any other seals of polytheism of your choice.
In any other order or variation of actions, the seals will be back on you within six months, and you’ll receive another fine.
Secondly, all monotheistic structures operate at high and ultra-high frequencies of energy. They are practically monopolists in this sector because all others are on a lower spectrum. Accordingly, it’s a common situation when someone joins a magical school, cult, or follows a guru, and although it may seem not to be СE, in essence, it’s still there. They work with the same structures, at the same frequencies, in the same sandbox. Various practices such as reiki, practitioners of various forms of Satanism, “Western” Krishna devotees, often Wiccans, any mishmash with a vague refrain about love for all living things, forgiveness and humility, peace, and good deeds — it’s all СE. Under a different flag and sauce, but it’s still HE. In a separate category, there’s a spectrum of schools and teachings with the dogma of the cosmic, higher-intelligent-galactic, universal vibrations, cosmic stuff, and other obscure concepts, where Lovecraft is on steroids. All of this is СE. All monotheisms where there is only one god — it’s all the same sandbox. A person leaves one sandbox, goes around in a circle, and comes back to a sandbox because, in essence, their views haven’t changed, and they are still looking for a “chief” who would make decisions for them and take responsibility. And that is СE on all fronts.
Third and final point. The most fundamental question you must ask yourself is, “Am I ready to take control of my own life?” If the answer is yes, then what is your goal, and in which direction are you steering? If you have at least these answers, you have already distanced yourself enough from the dogma outlined above. Consider looking into Taoism or Buddhism. Alternatively, choose a spiritual path according to your taste; there are many, each with its own rules and perks. Therefore, the question is only for you — do you need everything I described, does it align with your worldview and desires? It’s all very simple.
And remember, you are not a tree; you have the right to stand up and leave if something doesn’t suit you. The key is to periodically review your subscriptions, carefully read contracts, and align your life with the chosen direction.
Wishing clarity and harmony to all.
(c) Mylene Maelinhon / material from the Marginal Metaphysics Project