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“Contemplative Meditation”
by Art Sadlier   
November 14th, 2016

Ray Yungen has written a book entitled “For Many Shall Come in My Name”. This book is a primer on the New Age Movement. I recommend this book if you wish to learn the basics of the New Age Movement.

Millions of Americans are having deep mystical experiences. As a result, the fields of Teaching, Healing and Counseling are being profoundly affected. The very fabric of American life is being slowly transformed. This is NOT a fad! This is a Society-Changing movement. Every person needs to know what is taking place in their own town, their own school, their own church and their own family.

Some quotations of New Age Teachers which are found in the book:

  • “Meditation is the doorway between worlds … the pathway between dimensions …”
  • “Meditation is the key – the indispensable key – to the highest states of awareness …”
  • “Meditation is a key ingredient to metaphysics, as it is the single most important act in a believer’s life”
  • “What exactly is meditation? The meditation many of us are familiar with involves a deep, continuous thinking about something. But New Age meditation does just the opposite. It involves ridding oneself of all thoughts in order to ‘still’ the mind by putting it in pause or neutral.”
  • ’Getting in touch with Your Inner Guide.’ says, ‘in this exercise, you meet your wisdom-keeper or spirit guide – an inner person who can be with you in life, someone to whom you can turn for guidance.’ The way one contacts these beings is by breathing or mantra meditation. A blank state of mind is all that is necessary for contact to occur.”

In the context of Christianity, this means that those meditating will think that they have contacted God, when in reality they have connected up with spirits who are more than willing to impersonate whomever the individual wishes to reach so long as they link with them. (see 2 Cor 11:13-15)

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