3 Magic Words Brought to You by the New Age Movement

April 1, 2014 at 10:17 AM 2 comments

3magicwords3 Magic Words. That’s one of the advertising gimmicks used to highlight a movie that had a limited release in theaters and also went to DVD. I realized as soon as I received the first email notification of it (no idea how or why I received it), that it was not going to be biblically based, but that doesn’t surprise me anymore.

I wanted to watch it to see what it was all about, but at the same time, I really did not want to take an hour and eleven minutes of my life and dedicate it to viewing this movie, documentary, or whatever they wanted to call it. Yet, in the end, there was no other choice.

The entire movie is a conglomeration of one talking head after another in fairly quick succession. While the individuals say different things, a common thread unites all of them in one purpose. I should also mention that this film was inspired by the book THREE MAGIC WORDS by Uell S. Anderson.

The movie is filled with platitudes primarily, statements designed to make you believe something about yourself, others, and the world. To find out what the three magic words are, the viewer needs to wait until the end of the movie, but you may be way ahead of me by now anyway. For those who aren’t, before I divulge that little secret, let me make some observations about the film and the concept itself.

Here is a list that I came up with while watching the movie. Remember, these are mainly pullout quotes because that’s often how they are presented. Sometimes, the camera will linger on one individual for a bit so they can say a few paragraphs, but in general, it seemed like it was almost a sort of brainwashing with a quick succession of people and their talking points.

  1. universe is mysterious and profound
  2. it contains all that ever was or ever will be
  3. illuminated minds
  4. who am I?
  5. who are we?
  6. fields of energy
  7. matter doesn’t exist
  8. it’s all just energy
  9. you’re in a sea of energy
  10. daoists found a way to tap into energy
  11. Fi ratio is everywhere
  12. golden mean or ratio
  13. Fibonacci sequence
  14. we are nature
  15. multi-dimensional reality
  16. all energy never ceases to exist
  17. namaste “the divinity in me bows to the divinity to you “
  18. once you come to realize that there is something to be realized, you’re realization has begun
  19. access the inner divine being
  20. the door or sky eye
  21. you see divine truth by experience, which is the best way
  22. the source = God
  23. if anything, God would be a woman
  24. God is a huge energy source
  25. Brahman is universal soul
  26. Atman is the individual soul
  27. for all the people in the world there is one ego of which we are all part

As you look over the above list, some of the comments seem almost comical, while others seem totally absurd. I’m amazed at how many people will simply accept these types of comments as reality when there is absolutely nothing to back any of this up. The practitioners would say that one must have “faith” to believe. But what does a person end up believing? We’ll get there.

A few were enlightening to me. For instance, number 17 tells us that the greeting “Namaste” means “the divinity in me bows to the divinity to you.” You’ll notice when people greet each other like this, they will normally put their hands together in front of them, chest high, as if in prayer, then intone “Namaste” as they bow to the other person. Now you know so if you’re a Christian and you’ve done this, you need to stop.

Number 23 tells us that God would most likely be a woman. I don’t recall the movie telling us why, but when you consider that we refer to Mother Nature, Gaia (female), goddess, etc., it becomes understood why many within the New Age would this to be so.

It’s also interesting to note that according to the movie, matter does not exist at all, but energy never ceases to exist. Beyond this, there are multi-dimensional realms all around us. People like to travel in and through those rather than simply hang out here on earth, in three dimensions (four, if you count time).

Of course, we are told that “God” is the Source, but we aren’t ever really told who God is from the movie. Actually, we are told and ultimately, it ties in with those 3 Magic Words: “I am god.” It’s important to note that this does not mean that each person, as an individual is god. It means that all people together form god. We are all part of the divine and since Peter says that in the New Testament (2 Peter 1:4), New Agers take that to mean exactly what is proposed in the movie. It doesn’t mean that at all though. Peter is simply commenting on the fact that as authentic Christians, we are baptized into the Body of Christ. We are born again or born from above (John 3). This means that we can rely on God and His power to work in and through us to accomplish His purposes and to avoid sin.

3 Magic Words is a movie wrapped in New Age gobbledygook from start to finish. There are several individuals who are recognized as being “Christians,” like Neal Donald Walsh (“Conversations with God”). However, they are truly New Age proponents and as such, we should avoid their teachings. They teach a false Christ and a false Gospel.

Satan’s lies are overtaking this world. Will you be wise to them and resist, or will you, for lack of knowledge succumb? I pray you will see the difference between Satan’s lies in “3 MAGIC WORDS” and the truth of Scripture.

 

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2 Comments

  • 1. Lester  |  April 1, 2014 at 5:29 PM

    Just another book coming from the mind of Adam. Newagers always trying to come up by another way, not entering in at the gate and the narrow way(Jesus). Man as god, the oldagers. 1 is very good and profound, 7 and 8 are nonsensical, matter is energy in a solid form. energy we know is from God. Namaste has been a real problem in all real Christian circles as it says “I am god” a statement of the Adamic man. 27 speaks of the collective consciousness or soul and mind of corporate Adam. They cannot see that there is a corporate Christ a collective mind of Christ that we must put on as Christians. If only they could be enlightened by the true gospel and turn from the earthy way. One day they will!

    • 2. modres  |  April 1, 2014 at 6:10 PM

      Good words, Lester. Thank you.


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