Doreen Virtue features weekly with a New Age advice column in Woman’s World. Now a Christian friend of hers claims that she is in a legal battle with her publishers over this. I’m trying to make sense of it all in today’s post.
Doreen Virtue claims to only offer Scriptural teachings these days and to not profit from her New Age teachings any more. So how come she is still selling a Chakra Clearing Certification course on her Italian site?
A review of the book ‘From New Age to Christianity’ by Doreen Virtue et al, based on Q & A sessions in the From New Age to Christianity Recovery group on Facebook.
A couple of catch phrases in the New Age movement are manifesting and abundance, usually accompanied by the sentiment ‘because you’re worth it.’ One of my spiritual friends on Facebook put the question out there: ‘Are you having problems with manifesting and abundance?’
What could make someone embrace a fear-based spiritual path?
Metaphysical musings + a Tarot reading on the breaking down of the New Age and what is coming next…
The New Age movement has pretty much monopolised working with subtle energies. While it is understandable since people lost touch with their tribal roots and most branches of Christianity disowned this side of mysticism, it is also highly regrettable because the lack of context could actually be the very thing that is making people ill.
If all you know about angels is what you have read in a New Age book, chances are you do not know angels at all.
What we need now is faith, not fear. The recent US election has exposed some of the best-known spiritual teachers for the fearmongers they are.
‘Crystal collecting’ has become interchangeable with ‘spiritual practice.’ There is no such thing as ‘enough’ in the world of New Age advertisement, which is often aimed at appealing to the seeker’s greed and sense of entitlement.
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