Church Teaching on New Age Healing Techniques

K writes: “Hoping you can point me in the direction of some good resources. I have some family members who are rather deeply involved with acupuncture, applied kinesiology and a chiropractor who practices both. My own personal discernment and the advice of my spiritual director is to avoid both, but my family is unwilling to listen to any possibility that these things might be bad. I know that you have spoken against these on your blog, and I have read Jesus Christ the Bearer of the Water of Life but was wondering if you could point me in the direction of some more specific Catholic resources about the link to these particular therapies and the New Age.”

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Holographic Chips

EB writes: “I have a friend who is getting involved in direct sales for a company called CieAura.  Specifically, my friend is going to be representing the CieAura Transparent Holographic Chips™, which the company is touting as a  “revolutionary new technology combining holographic data storage and sophisticated homeopathic processes with Chinese medicinal practices devised over the past 3000 years. . . . This all sounds very ‘New Age’ to me.  Can you confirm or deny?  I’d like to warn my friend to stay away from this company if my suspicions are correct.”

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Superbrain Yoga

NOTE: This blog was updated in June, 2020.

Jackie sent us a link about SuperbrainYoga®  “I know you have spoken on your broadcast before about how dangerous yoga is and how all the positions reflect some sort of praise to a false god. Does that include this Superbrain Yoga®? Or are they just calling this yoga, but it’s really just an exercise for the brain. I would love to try it, because I have a lot of trouble with my memory and focusing, but I don’t want to try it if it is only a gate into spiritual darkness.”

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