Because it may be hard in the beginning to identify New Agers, this list of New Age Religion buzz words all pertain to New Age Religion.  When coming across anyone or anything that promotes these terms, be highly discerning and prayerful.

Watchmen Fellowship @ has put together an awesome reference guide to New Age & occult terminology. Please visit  for a point of reference.

New Age Religion Buzz Words

Spiritualism (Spirituality)



Chi Energy




Native American Spirituality


Out-of-Body/Near-Death Experiences


“Healing Powers” of Crystals & Pyramids

Guided Imagery


Positive Thinking

Human potential








Communal Sharing



New World Order

Cosmic Consciousness;




Tarot Cards

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  • bridget

    what’s wrong with positive thinking? I dont understand. I mean obviously we should be thinking positive and know that God’s got our back…

    • James Charles

      There’s nothing wrong with positive thinking when we are aligned and reliant upon the Lord. But New Age positive thinking takes the Lord out, and puts man in place of GOd. Saying that he can control his own destiny by the way he thinks. This is satanically inspired and deceiving.

      • Clarence Harrison

        I remember I was almost recruited by a organization,that call themselves the church of scienitology,I the guy that try to recruit me,I don’t want to join,you are not the true church

    • Eddie

      Remember these are buzz words that Newagers will use , nothing wrong with thinking positive The Bible says new minde having the mind of JESUS .

  • RoberrRobert

    Is it okay to use these terminology in Fictional stories as long as you don’t adhere to them and make sure others don’t believe in them either

    • Lisa Esselman

      You have an honest question here, that deserves a thoughtful and honest answer. Though you are speaking of “fiction”, the religious terms used are “non-fiction”. The New Age Movement is very real, its concepts and dangers are real as well. Promoting these concepts would put you in a position of needing to “justify” the use of them…proven even by your own question…”make sure others don’t believe in them either”. Having this material in writing, puts these very real philosophies and religious doctrines on nearly permanent display and has the possibility to be read by people now and future that you have never met, and cannot explain the difference to. The other danger is Exposure. People are already becoming desensitized to the concepts and terms used for the promotion of the New Age Movement by all sorts of media. Using this in stories that seem innocent enough, quietly indoctrinate people. I, myself have noticed I am victim of misunderstanding the true depth of what the concepts mean as I even navigate the pet store searching for the best “Holistic” food for my dog. These words are used all around us, and we cannot grasp the scope of the dangers of even a t-shirt that says “Believe in Yourself”. Yes, even this is a subtle nod at the New Age belief system. Now, to Biblically affirm my reply, I refer to 1 Thessalonians 5:19-23 – “Don’t quench the Spirit, don’t despise inspired messages. But do Test Everything-hold onto what is good, but Keep Away from Every Form of Evil. May the God of peace make you completely Holy-may your Entire spirit, soul and body be kept blameless for the coming of our Lord, Yeshua the Messiah.” God also tells us to “be holy, for I Am Holy”. 1 Peter 1:14-16 – “As people who obey God, do not let yourselves be shaped by the evil desires you used to have when you were still ignorant. On the contrary, following the Holy One who called you, become holy yourselves in your Entire Way of life, since the Lord says, “You are to be holy because I Am Holy”.
      We should not be “ignorant” any longer…and know this…that once you have an understanding of something in the Lord, you are accountable and responsible for applying it.
      My personal advice would be to err on the very safe side with this…seek the council of the Holy Spirit who will give you the convictions you need. Also, you can talk with a Very Mature Christian if you are still confused. I am aware this reply is lengthy, so thank you for your patience. I hope it helped. I want you to be totally open to God’s Blessing in your life. I would not want there to be Any kind of opposing spiritual influence upon you that could interfere with that blessing.
      May you have true peace in Christ.

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  • Tyrone

    I’m having a hard time understanding what Holistic is. I look it up which is “characterized by comprehension of the parts of something as intimately interconnected and explicable only by reference to the whole.” and I am afraid that I don’t understand this concept at all. Would anyone be able to explain this?

  • Marie

    I’m not sure why Holistic is included, but why is it included?
    If you look at the definition of holistic medicine, this is how it is described in
    “Holistic medicine is a form of healing that considers the whole person — body, mind, spirit, and emotions — in the quest for optimal health and wellness. According to the holistic medicine philosophy, one can achieve optimal health — the primary goal of holistic medicine practice — by gaining proper balance in life.

    Holistic medicine practitioners believe that the whole person is made up of interdependent parts and if one part is not working properly, all the other parts will be affected. In this way, if people have imbalances (physical, emotional, or spiritual) in their lives, it can negatively affect their overall health.”

    Holistic can go under alternative/ natural medicine, too.
    Personally, I don’t see anything wrong with these particularly when it refers to how different factors, such as our lifestyles and diets, can affect our overall health and I don’t see how this can go against Christianity since this focuses on natural ways of treating the person who has certain illness or disease.

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