A controversial practice being taught to our children in physical education class is martial arts.In P.E. our children are being taught a form of martial arts called tae-bo.The man who first introduced tae-bo (his mixture of martial arts and boxing)is a Christian who claims to have taken the false spiritual aspect out of his form of martial arts; however, he still uses the yin-yang in his advertisement.It is impossible to separate tae-bo, or any other form of martial arts, from the false spiritual practice that martial arts is based on.The yin and yang are spiritual symbols of martial arts and are based on the false religious principles of Taoism, known as the ‘balance of forces’. Taoism is a false and spiritually dangerous religion.Taoism is a belief in the ‘balance of forces’ in nature, the yin yang principle.Taoism is the principle behind deceptive healing methods such as:electro-acupuncture, magnetic healing, auraic healing, therapeutic touch, and acupuncture/acupressure, etc.Encarta Dictionary defines Taoism as:“a popular Chinese religion that seeks harmony and long life through the philosophy of Taoism combined with pantheism and magical practices”.Pantheism is the belief in all deities, and magic is witchcraft.Though some people appear to be healed using these false religious methods what effect is it having on their mind – and most important their soul/spirit.If the people using these methods are Christians, they may be exchanging an eternity with God for false healing methods.Matthew 16:25-26:For whosoever will save his life shall lose it:and whosoever will lose his life for my sake shall find it.For what is a man profited, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul?Or what shall a man give in exchange for his soul?Not to say that it is bad for a person to desire to be healed, but we must be careful by what means we are seeking to receive a healing, especially as Christians!
Any false religion associated with what is supposed to be the balance of forces in nature, or nature worship (including yoga), or anything that is represented by the yin-yang (including tae-bo) can never be separated from its false spiritual side.Any practice that is rooted in false religion has both an evil spiritual side, and a physical side, which can never be separated – even if we think of it as healing (i.e. acupuncture, acupressure) or as just exercise (i.e. yoga, martial arts, etc) it is still a false religious practice.Teaching our children any false religious techniques or methods in school and asking them to participate will lead them on a false spiritual path – from which they may not return – unless we as Christians and as parents stop allowing this garbage to be taught to our children in school or anywhere else. In tae-bo our children are being taught ‘programmed’ punches via video.With the freeze frame and special strobe effects of some of these tae-bo videos, in combination with the speed of the punches, they are programming our children.The special effects sequence of some tae-bo videos start out with slow punches then it speeds up faster and faster until the person reaches the height of an adrenaline rush, while constantly punching forward as fast as they can.The problem with this is that when a child reaches this same adrenaline rush in a fit of rage they will automatically begin punching without even thinking about it, because they have been ‘programmed’ to respond this way.Satan is after the minds and lives of our children and he is plotting his influence through their subconscious.
We need to get our children away from the indiscriminate use of so many videos and movies; yet videos are regularly being promoted in the public school as teaching tools.Teachers are even encouraging Children to bring movies filled with evil content from home for the class to watch as recreation during free time.They are being shown movies with evil influence in school without notifying parents or allowing parental discretion.Some teachers even play music during the entire class time while the children are trying to do their work.We send them off to school unaware that Satan’s devices are being placed in their lives on a daily basis.Many of these false religious teachings are not only in our public school system, but my own daughter was taught the method of relaxation and mind travel while in a Christian school.Thank the Lord she realized this was the false practice that I had forewarned her about, and through the Holy Spirit’s prompting she heeded the warning and did not participate!Regardless of whether they attend public or private school, if your children are having problems you need to ask them what is going on during class time – you may be surprised!
The supernatural practice of martial arts has long been associated with false religion.Other forms of martial arts are kick-boxing, judo, tae-kwon-do, tae-chi, sumo wrestling, samurai, ninja, karate, etc.As parents, if the false spiritual aspect of martial arts does not alert us that our children should not be taught (or even participate in) martial arts, what about the word ‘martial’.Check your dictionary because it pertains to war!Thinking it is safe, we send our children to school and without our permission they are being taught false religious practices of violence.The supernatural strength that a person possesses when practicing martial arts is the same supernatural strength that a person possessed by evil spirits displays.The same can be said for the supernatural contortions that one develops when participating in the postures of yoga.
Extra Comment:people of Japanese heritage use hemp as part of a false religious and ritualistic belief.They falsely believe hemp can ward off evil spirits.They even use hemp rope inside their temples.In Japanese sumo wresting (possibly one of the oldest martial arts practices) the highest ranking sumo wrestler ritually cleanses the sumo ring before each match while wearing a hemp rope around his belly, along with white zigzag folded paper strips to ward off evil spirits.This folded paper is a Japanese practice called ‘origami’.Sumo wrestlers worship Japanese Shinto gods called ‘kami’ (innumerable gods or spirits).See Shintoism in Japanese history. Sumo wrestling, and Japan’s annual festival called ‘matsuri’, is their way of entertaining their Shinto kami gods.Kami gods are also the same gods kamikaze flyers are named after.These suicidal pilots will give their life for their gods.The total opposite of Christianity where Our God Jesus Christ gave his life for us!‘Shintoism’ is Japan’s native religion.It includes ancestor worship and necromancy.For more information on the false religious practice of Shintoism search the history of Japanese religion.In the case of the ancient Japanese false religion [Shintoism]; or even the ancient Chinese false religion [Taoism], some of the cursed items to remove from your home would be statues and images of any of their false gods, dragons, any martial arts paraphernalia, etc.Also see my document on ‘Geisha’.