Pictures of thousands of Indian teachers and students performing yoga were all over the Internet last week. They staged the performance not to show off their physical fitness or the perfection of their poses. The aim of the performance was to pray for peace!
DB writes: “I know of people who were inadvertently exposed to the pendulum or ‘the rod’ as it was called. Once it was discovered what this really was…most “got out”. They renounced it and so on…but I know of some who still feel the physical and spiritual effects. How can they receive help?”
MGF writes: “Do you have any information about two workouts named Gyrotonics and Essentrics i.e if they are new age or not?”
A UK-based research team has conducted the largest-ever medical study on the possibility of life after death and has confirmed that there is scientific evidence to suggest that life can continue after death.
AS writes: “Please can you tell me if vega testing is new age…i.e where electrodes are held in hands and imbalances or illness is detected and recorded on machine – supplements prescribed to restore health of body. Also can you tell me if psychotherapy is new age in particular CBT.”
PC writes: “Can you please educate us about the Muslim philosopher Rumi? I have Catholic relatives that quote him all the time on Facebook. My relatives that are outside the church often respond by “liking” these quotes. Something about these Rumi quotes don’t sit well with me but I can’t put my finger on exactly what bothers me about his philosophy. Thank you.”