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I am Christian, is Meditating Chakras against my religion?

I am a Christian and I have getting into Chakra Meditation and all that.

I am wondering if this religion is against my religion.

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  • In very interested in this topic. I am a mother of a young 21 yr daughter that has introduced this chakra topic. As I read through the comments this scripture came to me. Matthew 7: 13-14. His Words are written on my heart. They come to me in time if need.

  • Who cares what freakin Hindu believes. Chakra isn’t just apart of Hindu. The methodology is the methodology period – some cultures like Native Americans call it energy points. Chakra balancing is an energy flow issue. That’s merely scientific and spiritual. We are spiritual and energy beings. That’s like saying Hindus eat garlic to cure ailments so Christians shouldn’t…. A process is a process. “Taking different aspects from religion” what does that mean? Certain aspects of life DONT BELONG to a group of people and their religion. Certain aspects are things God designed. They are God’s creations and process not ours to begin with! Everything God made has a purpose and function: garlic, lemon, sage, lavender, crystals, chakra balancing, whatever! The whole “that’s not Christian” is extremely retarded and close minded.

  • The light of the body is the eye: if therefore thine eye be single, thy whole body shall be full of light. But if thine eye be evil, thy whole body shall be full of darkness. (Matt 6:22-23, KJV)
    Jesus was speaking of the “single eye” as the “third eye” or inner eye of enlightenment. when humans were first created perfect, they were enlightened by this third eye, but after the fall, it is now only reached through meditation. 2
    There is nothing that I know of in Christianity that would forbid meditation in the sense of clearing the mind – in fact that is positively encouraged.

  • Christian is so vague but in general I would say if you believe in the God of Abraham, then yes it is against your religion. Right in the Bible it says your God is a jealous God and you should have no other gods before Him. Chakras are part of the Hindu religion. Not the Christian religion.

    • Who cares what freakin Hindu believes. Chakra isn’t just apart of Hindu. The methodology is the methodology period – Some cultures like native Americans call it energy points. Chakra balancing is an energy flow issue. That’s merely scientific and spiritual. We are spiritual and energy beings. That’s like saying Hindus eat garlic to cure ailments so Christians shouldn’t…. A process is a process. Everything God made has a purpose and function: garlic, lemon, sage, lavender, crystals, chakra balancing etc. “The whole that’s not Christian” is extremely retarded and close minded.

  • that God exists, and everything is HIM. I agree with all the ideas of religion, except to be bound by one. I agree with taking each (important) morality and using it with your unique ability to walk through life. When we die (in my belief) we would immediately understand that only one God does exist, and that he will take us to the judgement, only to let us be the judge whilst he is there to listen and allow us to feel remourceful. I and many others cannot be sure though that anything like that happens until we die. I also don’t understand why religion puts fear among their followers, such as “Oh, you will be cast to hell, and you’re going to hell for not following this religion!” To me, that is just a mechanism to keep the belief of the religion going, and to gain more followers, when we should all just come to our own conclusion to live comfortably knowing that God truly exists through every way except for Satanism. I have only scratched the surface on my beliefs because It’s far too much for any imput.

  • Hello, my comment on all of the great responses is this:
    I’ve been doing research recently on alot of things regarding occult beliefs, being spiritual but not religious, and many other forms of explaining the same thing; but I can’t seem to put my strong (original) beliefs in words. I will try though.
    My initial belief is that one must not follow any systematic or organized way of thinking because that allows for a closed minded perception of the ideas manifested by all the other ways of looking at the same thing.
    See, many people that I know (in my family) generally tell me I’m wrong because they are Roman Catholic or Christian.
    Now, my interesting view point of all things spiritual, and even not spiritual is the FACT that there is only one true creator, that everything is in essence connected to God by virtue of his blueprint (if you will) on the human race. He allows us to get caught in a variety of ideas only to eventually understand that the root cause of any different belief is going to boil down to

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