Is the path to hell paved with Yoga? This is the subject of a recent debate going on over at CT magazine.
Laurette Willis cays "yes, it is."
Then Agnieszka Tennant says "no, it is not."
And Holly Robaina defends her buddy Laurette, saying "oh yes, it is!"
Holly Robaina subtitles her rebuttal "How can I support a practice that is targeting the young and the weak?"
As a FMS sufferer I have been targeted. It happened in Physical Therapy. My PT said, "Kim, I'm going to teach you some basic Yoga that you can do at home to help with your pain and range of motion." I said "okay Frances, sounds good to me." I learned the moves and I now I do them several times a week. Watch out, or the same thing could happen to you!
Okay, I'll be serious for a moment. Is it possible that a Christian can be lured into apostasy by Yoga? My answer is that we all have a tendency to seek out false idols, but one man's false idol is another man's...whatever. We should examine ourselves, know our weaknesses and walk accordingly.