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Sources used by the Creation Health program. The quotations and statements are not those quoted in the Creation Health material, but this shows the kind of sources Creation Health draws from.

Sources used by the Creation Health program. The quotations and statements are not those quoted in the Creation Health material, but this shows the kind of sources Creation Health draws from.

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  • There is a new health program from Florida Hospital called Creation Health. Notice the man standing on the rock facing the sun with his arms raised and legs apart. This is a pose seen throughout Creation Health materials. We’ll see more about it later. But lets first look at some of the sources where Creation Health draws it’s material.
  • The quotation says, “Siegel believed – and still does – that the power to heal comes from the human mind through the will, determination, and love.” The book described here is one that Creation Health quotes from. Also notice the titles on the page, “Bernie’s New Mantra” and “The Inner Life . . .”
  • “The physical, spiritual and psychological benefits which followed led to his desire to make everyone aware of his or her healing potential. He realized exceptional behavior is what we are all capable of.”
  • A website recommended by Siegel called “Super Consciousness.”
  • Here is the website. It has pantheistic and mystical ideas. “The Spiritual Journey” and “interconnectedness with the whole life” are mystical ideas.
  • “So in my life the thoughts and wisdom come from this inner universal wisdom which creates my dreams and speaks to me at times in images and words. . . The voice speaking to me said . . .”“When your mind becomes like the still pond you will hear and see and connect with the thoughts which can change your life because you are accessing the greater consciousness and can know the future and communicate with animals and more. . . When your mind is still you will see and hear what needs to be seen and heard in your life at that moment.”
  • “I have had many experiences when I have had a voice speak to me. It happens when I am taking a walk or exercising and my mind is quiet. Consciousness is non-local but again it cannot communicate when we are in turmoil. My animal intuitive friend, Amelia Kinkade, while sitting in Los Angeles, told me where to find a lost cat in Connecticut. She also told me that I had to quiet my mind in order to be able to communicate with my animals. It is the same message and it has worked and taught me a great deal.”
  • Jeff Levin is another source used in Creation Health and is endorsed by Larry Dossey whom we will study in a moment. Here’s a quotation from Levin.“Only a loving relationship with the Source of being with in the context of the great faith and wisdom traditions of the world can fully inform and motivate the acts of love, unity, justice, compassion, kindness, and mercy for all beings that are so desperately required to counter the toxic influences of the world.” These “faith and wisdom traditions” are nothing but mysticism.
  • This is a favorite site of Jeff Levin. Notice it promotes the author Dan Brown, author of the Davinci Code.Promoting Mystical ideas.
  • Another of Jeff Levin’s favorite sites. This is an indication of Levin’s mystical leanings.Reiki is a branch of Jewish mysticism.
  • Dossey believes in the power of premonitions.
  • This screenshot from Dossey’s website shows Dossey’smystical leanings. Speaking of the mind dying with the body,“Dossey explores evidence that this is not the case, that some aspect of the human psyche is nonlocal, not confined to points in space (such as a body) or in time (such as the present moment). This evidence further suggests that there is something about us that is omnipresent, infinite, and eternal, something related in Western thinking to the concept of a soul and to the idea of the Absolute.” Dossey also speaks of the “universal mind” and speaks of his discoveries as “supportable truths.”
  • Dossey said he was having premonitions and “was scared to talk about his premonitions because if he dared believe anything he was experiencing was possible – that the future could be known before it happened . . .”
  • Dr. Larry Dossey on the Oprah Winfrey show. Such an endorsement by Oprah should be troubling, knowing the mystical leanings of Ms. Winfrey.
  • The “Something Unknown . . .” movie by Renée Scheltema, recommended by Dossey on his website, is a look into the supernatural. Dr. Dossey recommends this movie about psychic phenomena.
  • Here’s a screenshot from the Creation Health website. They speak of Stephen Halpern as a “contemporary musician” and he is quoted on the Creation Health website. Calling Halpern merely a “contemporary musician” is like calling the devil just “a contemporary religious leader”. Let’s look at Halpern’s site.
  • Notice the “Chakra Suite” and the cover of the CD. Notice the imagery on the cover. The triangles in the circle, the silhouette of a person in a pose from transcendental meditation, the multi colored circles, all are mystical or occult symbols. Not anything a Christian should be listening to. Also notice the “Om Zone” CD mentioned on this page. “Om” is a mantra used to summon demons. Another indication that Halpern is not of God.Halpern is also into training your brainwaves through his music. We know that the alpha brainwave pattern is very important to this spiritualistic form of meditation.
  • EmrikaPadus is an author quoted by Creation Health. The theosophical society, which publishes the site Padus is often quoted on, was established by Madam Blavatsky, a spiritualist. Padus definitely has mystical leanings.
  • Creation Health is authored in part by a man named LynellLaMountain. Lynell is co author of the book “God Encounters” with Alan Martin and Shayna Bailey. The God Encounters book and programs promote contemplative prayer, prayer rooms, spiritual formation, etc.Look what Lynell says on the Advent Source website about one of these God Encounters weekends. “The meeting may have ended, but worship continued into the night in various prayers rooms, including an A-framed lodge which had been transformed into a living, prayer sanctuary, with 10 interactive prayer stations guiding you in your holy encounter with your Father. Tea lights and scented candles flickered throughout the room, as soft music added to the warm ambiance. The first thing I saw was a sign, “Take of your shoes because you are standing on holy ground.” So I did. And then I inhaled – not the proper, image-conscious breaths I take at religious programs, but deep breaths – filling up on God’s crisp, energizing presence.” LaMountain is a promoter of spiritual formation and uses much of the language and symbolism in the above quote.
  • Here we have an electronic device that will aid you in entering the alpha brain wave state. Its called the “emWave system.” Basically it is electronic transcendental meditation. It is recommended in one of the Creation Health books under the website www.heartmath.com. Let’s read the blue highlighted area from the manual for this device.“Many people have personal practices such as meditation, prayer, centering, mindfulness, breathing techniques, practicing presence and so forth. It is easy for the mind to wander while doing any type of personal practice. The emWave system can help you increase coherence with your personal practices, enhancing focus and effectiveness and providing measurable feedback for you to improve. . . Use the emWave system . . . and get into the Zone . . .” Notice the “personal practices” mentioned are those involved in spiritual formation.
  • Here’s some additional information on the emWave device and how it promotes “centering,” a form of mystical meditation that is “helpful for accumulating positive energy . . .” Notice also this site promotes “practicing presence.” These paragraphs are full of new age language and practices.
  • Remember this photo on the first slide of the Creation Health website? This pose is featured throughout the Creation Health program. If it were used only once, I would mark it down to coincidence. But it is used many times. You will also see it in many other places both secular and religious. Do you know what it is? Let me show you.
  • Courtesy of Google Books, we have an explanation of what this pose is. The goddess posture is a pose used in wicca and witchcraft to “draw down the moon,” which we know to be the devil himself. In the description it says, “used to indicate the spirit body double of the physical body, what one might call the astral body.” In other sources, it is said to be an indication that the person has been possessed by a demon. Other occult publications say this pose has variations, but still has the same meaning.Also notice as a sidelight, the god posture is like that of the Oscar statue given out by Hollywood to those involved in movies.
  • Another consideration is that of Leland Kaiser. Kaiser, his son Kevin and daughter Leann, are the founders of Kaiser Consulting and Two Worlds Wisdom School. They teach a mystical message of spiritualism while claiming to be Adventist Christians. Notice their list of clients, especially the “F” and “G” listings. You can go to kaiser.net/client-list and see the whole list for yourself. You might be surprised at what organizations you see there. The Kaiser’s have had extensive connection to the Florida Hospital system which produces Creation Health.
  • The book “8 Secrets of a Health 100” is published by the authors of Creation Health. In the book, they quote from a source that is troubling. The source quoted is “The Living Temple” by J. H. Kellogg. This book was the one that Ellen White said was pantheistic and should not be printed. The Review and Herald building burned because they were going to print the book despite her warning not to do so.Other authors quoted in this book include John Ortberg, Jeff Levin, Philip Yancey and Martin Seligman, all have mystical leanings.

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  • There is a new health program from Florida Hospital called Creation Health. Notice theman standing on the rock facing the sun with his arms raised and legs apart. This is a poseseen throughout Creation Health materials. We’ll see more about it later. But lets first lookat some of the sources where Creation Health draws it’s material. 1
  • The quotation says, “Siegel believed – and still does – that the power to heal comes fromthe human mind through the will, determination, and love.” The book described here isone that Creation Health quotes from. Also notice the titles on the page, “Bernie’s NewMantra” and “The Inner Life . . .” 2
  • “The physical, spiritual and psychological benefits which followed led to his desire to makeeveryone aware of his or her healing potential. He realized exceptional behavior is whatwe are all capable of.” 3
  • A website recommended by Siegel called “Super Consciousness.” 4
  • Here is the website. It has pantheistic and mystical ideas. “The Spiritual Journey” and“interconnectedness with the whole life” are mystical ideas. 5
  • “So in my life the thoughts and wisdom come from this inner universal wisdom whichcreates my dreams and speaks to me at times in images and words. . . The voice speakingto me said . . .”“When your mind becomes like the still pond you will hear and see and connect with thethoughts which can change your life because you are accessing the greater consciousnessand can know the future and communicate with animals and more. . . When your mind isstill you will see and hear what needs to be seen and heard in your life at that moment.” 6
  • “I have had many experiences when I have had a voice speak to me. It happens when I amtaking a walk or exercising and my mind is quiet. Consciousness is non-local but again itcannot communicate when we are in turmoil. My animal intuitive friend, Amelia Kinkade,while sitting in Los Angeles, told me where to find a lost cat in Connecticut. She also toldme that I had to quiet my mind in order to be able to communicate with my animals. It isthe same message and it has worked and taught me a great deal.” 7
  • Levin is endorsed by Larry Dossey whom we will study in a moment.“Only a loving relationship with the Source of being with in the context of the great faithand wisdom traditions of the world can fully inform and motivate the acts of love, unity,justice, compassion, kindness, and mercy for all beings that are so desperately required tocounter the toxic influences of the world.” These “faith and wisdom traditions” are nothingbut mysticism. 8
  • This is a favorite site of Jeff Levin. Notice it promotes the author Dan Brown, author of theDavinci Code.Promoting Mystical ideas. 9
  • Another of Jeff Levin’s favorite sites.Reiki is a branch of Jewish mysticism. 10
  • Dossey believes in the power of premonitions. 11
  • Dossey’s mystical leanings. “Dossey explores evidence that this is not the case, that someaspect of the human psyche is nonlocal, not confined to points in space (such as a body) orin time (such as the present moment). This evidence further suggests that there issomething about us that is omnipresent, infinite, and eternal, something related inWestern thinking to the concept of a soul and to the idea of the Absolute.” Dossey alsospeaks of the “universal mind” and speaks of his discoveries as “supportable truths.” 12
  • Dossey said he was having premonitions and “was scared to talk about his premonitionsbecause if he dared believe anything he was experiencing was possible – that the futurecould be known before it happened . . .” 13
  • Dr. Larry Dossey on the Oprah Winfrey show. Such an endorsement by Oprah should betroubling, knowing the mystical leanings of Ms. Winfrey. 14
  • The “Something Unknown . . .” movie by Renée Scheltema is a look into the supernatural.Dr. Dossey recommends this. 15
  • Here’s a screenshot from the Creation Health website. Notice the “contemporarymusician” quoted here. Calling Halpern merely a “contemporary musician” is like callingthe devil merely “a contemporary religious leader”. Let’s look at Halpern’s site. 16
  • Notice the “Chakra Suite” and the cover of the CD. Notice the imagery on the cover. Notanything a Christian should be listening to. Also notice the “Om Zone” CD. Anotherindication that Halpern is not of God.Halpern is also into training your brainwaves. We know that the alpha brainwave pattern isvery important to this spiritualistic form of meditation. 17
  • Emrika Padus is an author quoted by Creation Health. The theosophical society, whichpublishes the site Padus is often quoted on, was established by Madam Blavatsky, aspiritualist. Padus definitely has mystical leanings. 18
  • Creation Health is authored in part by a man named Lynell LaMountain. Lynell is co authorof the book “God Encounters” with Alan Martin and Shayna Bailey. The God Encountersbook and programs promote contemplative prayer, prayer rooms, spiritual formation, etc.Look what Lynell says on the Advent Source website about one of these God Encountersweekends. “The meeting may have ended, but worship continued into the night in variousprayers rooms, including an A-framed lodge which had been transformed into a living,prayer sanctuary, with 10 interactive prayer stations guiding you in your holy encounterwith your Father. Tea lights and scented candles flickered throughout the room, as softmusic added to the warm ambiance. The first thing I saw was a sign, “Take of your shoesbecause you are standing on holy ground.” So I did. And then I inhaled – not the proper,image-conscious breaths I take at religious programs, but deep breaths – filling up on God’scrisp, energizing presence.” 19
  • Here we have an electronic device that will aid you in entering the alpha brain wave state.Its called the “emWave system.” Basically it is electronic transcendental meditation. It isrecommended in one of the Creation Health books under the websitewww.heartmath.com. Let’s read the blue highlighted area from the manual for this device.“Many people have personal practices such as meditation, prayer, centering, mindfulness,breathing techniques, practicing presence and so forth. It is easy for the mind to wanderwhile doing any type of personal practice. The emWave system can help you increasecoherence with your personal practices, enhancing focus and effectiveness and providingmeasurable feedback for you to improve. . . Use the emWave system . . . and get into theZone . . .” Notice the “personal practices” mentioned are those involved in spiritualformation. 20
  • Here’s some additional information on the emWave device and how it promotes“centering,” a form of mystical meditation that is “helpful for accumulating positive energy .. .” Notice also this site promotes “practicing presence.” These paragraphs are full of newage language and practices. 21
  • Remember this photo on the first slide of the Creation Health website? This pose isfeatured throughout the Creation Health program. If it were used only once, I would markit down to coincidence. But it is used many times. You will also see it in many other placesboth secular and religious. Do you know what it is? Let me show you. 22
  • Courtesy of Google Books, we have an explanation of what this pose is. The goddessposture is a pose used in wicca and witchcraft to “draw down the moon,” which we knowto be the devil himself. In the description it says, “used to indicate the spirit body double ofthe physical body, what one might call the astral body.” In other sources, it is said to be anindication that the person has been possessed by a demon. Other occult publications saythis pose has variations, but still has the same meaning.Also notice as a sidelight, the god posture is like that of the Oscar statue given out byHollywood to those involved in movies. 23
  • Another consideration is that of Leland Kaiser. Kaiser, his son Kevin and daughter Leann,are the founders of Kaiser Consulting and Two Worlds Wisdom School. They teach amystical message of spiritualism while claiming to be Adventist Christians. Notice their listof clients, especially the “F” and “G” listings. You can go to kaiser.net/client-list and see thewhole list for yourself. You might be surprised at what organizations you see there. TheKaiser’s have had extensive connection to the Florida Hospital system which producesCreation Health. 24
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