Coming From the Lighthouse


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In This Issue -

Rick Warren's Small Group Conference Speaker Says Small Groups Lead to "Christ Consciousness"

Washington State Schools Busing Kids to See Dalai Lama

Understand the Times Temporarily Shut Down

Erwin McManus' Awaken 2008 Speaker Promotes Eckhart Tolle

In the Spirit: Church opens doors to yoga

The Great Heretical Idea:...Oprah and Eckhart Do the New Age Shift

What would Jesus think about "the shift" to christ-consciousness?

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What is Contemplative Spirituality?

definition: contemplative spirituality: a belief system that uses ancient mystical practices to induce altered states of consciousness (the silence) and is rooted in mysticism and the occult but often wrapped in Christian terminology; the premise of contemplative spirituality is pantheistic (God is all) and panentheistic (God is in all).


spiritual formation: a movement that has provided a platform and a channel through which contemplative prayer is entering the church. Find spiritual formation being used, and in nearly every case you will find contemplative spirituality. In fact, contemplative spirituality is the heartbeat of the spiritual formation movement.

How Widespread Has Spiritual Formation Become? Read our list of ministries that are promoting it. Please pray for the leaders of these groups that their eyes may be opened.

Rick Warren's Small Group Conference Speaker Says Small Groups Lead to "Christ Consciousness"

 New Age sympathizer Leonard Sweet, who will be training church leaders and pastors at the 2008 Saddleback Small Groups Conference in April, is accepted by Rick Warren as a trustworthy source of Christian leadership. However, Sweet's view of the value of small groups lines up more with the New Age and Alice Bailey than it does with biblical Christianity. In his book, Quantum Spirituality, Sweet states:

The power of small groups is in their ability to develop the discipline to get people "in-phase" with the Christ consciousness and connected with one another.

What Sweet means by "Christ consciousness" can be determined through his book, Quantum Spirituality. For instance, in the Acknowledgements pages Sweet thanks the "New Light leaders" whom he has followed in his spiritual journey. He names interspiritualists/universalists such as Matthew Fox (author of The Coming of the Cosmic Christ), Episcopalian priest/mystic Morton Kelsey, Willis Harman (author of Global Mind Change) and Ken Wilber (one of the major intellectuals in the New Age movement). In the Preface of Sweet's book (p. 3), he (referring to other New Agers such as Gary Zukav) says: "Unfortunately, little of this literature is known or celebrated in the religious community." Zukav's book, The Seat of the Soul, teaches people how to get in touch with their spirit guides.

Since the release of Quantum Spirituality in 1991, Sweet has never renounced the spirituality of the book, and in fact offers a free online edition from his current website. This means he still agrees with its contents.

A key to understanding Sweet's meaning of "Christ consciousness" can be partly found in his reference on page 13 to Thomas Merton, whom he quotes as saying:

We are already one. But we imagine that we are not. And what we have to recover is our original unity.

And also in Sweet's TOE (Theory of Everything) in which he believes that a "unifying principle" binds all things together.

In February, Lighthouse Trails reported that the Saddleback Small Groups Conference would be featuring Leonard Sweet as one of the speakers.1 The report explained that for many years Rick Warren has resonated with Leonard Sweet, which was apparent in a 1994 audio series the two did together, and also in a book written by Sweet (Soul Tsunami), on which Warren wrote a front cover endorsement. Sweet's idea that the power of small groups lies in their ability to develop the Christ consciousness in participants is alarming, especially considering the influence Warren has on hundreds of thousands of churches around the world.

In A Time of Departing, Ray Yungen explains that occultist Alice Bailey, who coined the term New Age, predicted a time would come when new age philosophy would rejuvenate the Christian church:

Bailey eagerly foretold of what she termed "the regeneration of the churches." Her rationale for this was obvious:

The Christian church in its many branches can serve as a St. John the Baptist, as a voice crying in the wilderness [for the New Age], and as a nucleus through which world illumination may be accomplished.

In other words, instead of opposing Christianity, the occult [New Age] would capture and blend itself with Christianity and then use it as its primary vehicle for spreading and instilling New Age consciousness! (ATOD, p. 123)

Someone whom Leonard Sweet has looked to for spiritual guidance is Matthew Fox, author of The Coming of the Cosmic Christ. A brief look at Fox's "cosmic christ," will help sum up why we believe Sweet's teachings to small group leaders and pastors will not give them the biblical Christ but rather a false "christ consciousness." From Matthew Fox:

Divinity is found in all creatures.... The Cosmic Christ is the "I am" in every creature.2

Without mysticism there will be no "deep ecumenism," no unleashing of the power of wisdom from all the world's religious traditions. Without this [mysticism] I am convinced there will never be global peace or justice since the human race needs spiritual depths and disciplines, celebrations and rituals to awaken its better selves.3

We need to become aware of the Cosmic Christ, which means recognizing that every being has within it the light of Christ.4

2. Matthew Fox, The Coming of the Cosmic Christ (New York, NY: Harper Collins Publishers, 1980), p. 154.
3. Ibid., p. 65
4. Steve Turner interviewing Matthew Fox, "Natural Mystic?" Nine O Clock Service, March 1995,


Washington State Schools Busing Kids to See Dalai Lama

On March 30th, Lighthouse Trails reported that emerging church leaders Rob Bell and Doug Pagitt would be speaking with the Dalai Lama at the Seeds of Compassion event in Seattle, Washington on April 11th-15. The following article is a follow up of that report.

"Washington State Schools Busing Kids to See Dalai Lama"

Washington State public schools will be participating in the Seeds of Compassion event taking place in Seattle, Washington in April. Lighthouse Trails spoke with an assistant in the office of OSPI (Washington's Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction), who said that students from all over the state of Washington would participate in the Seeds of Compassion. She told Lighthouse Trails that some people think this is a religious event but she said this was strictly about compassion.

The OSPI office sent Lighthouse Trails a copy of a letter they received from the Seeds of Compassion inviting "16,000 young people and adults to attend Children's Day in Key Arena" on April 14th. The letter also states:

Students, their teachers, support staff, and school and district administrators are invited to attend and be part of this historic day. Thousands more will join us from around the world via the Internet. As a highlight, The Dalai Lama - recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize and the Congressional Gold Medal - and other world leaders and dignitaries will hear from
children and youth through a dialogue on kindness, empathy and compassion.

Lighthouse Trails spoke with someone in the Seeds of Compassion office, who said that most of the public schools would be participating and busing kids to the Children's Day event on the 14th. We asked whether parents would be going along with their children (as young as 5 years old), and we were told only if they were helping to chaperone the children. April 14th is a regular school day (Monday), and students will be participating during school hours. We asked whether the children would see and hear the Dalai Lama, and we were told yes, they would.

The OPSI promoted the Seeds of Compassion in January at the OSPI 2008 January Conference (see page 6 of the conference notes), where educators were encouraged to have students participate in the Seeds of Compassion, What Does Compassion Look Like to YOU? art competition.

Click here to read our March 30th article referenced above.


Understand the Times Temporarily Shut Down

If you have tried to access Understand the Times ministry website this past week, you may have seen a notice from Google saying that Roger Oakland's website may not be safe to visit. After some investigation by Understand the Times, it was discovered that the security of the ministry website has been compromised by sophisticated hackers. Understand the Times has temporarily shut down its entire site and issued the following notice:

Understand The Times regrets to announce that we have taken down our web site from the Internet until further notification. Our site has been compromised due to unauthorized access by individuals and/or organizations who have a plan to discredit the ministry of Understand The Times. The site will reappear once we are confident that our site has been made secure.

In the next day or two, we will have certain resources available. This web content will be hosted on a different server, with a different hosting company. As soon as possible we will have the store online with Roger's commentary, the radio program (transcripts without audio) and the news articles. Our store was not compromised, just our site. You will still be fully secure with your credit card information.

Please pray for this process as well as protection for our website, as it becomes available again. We would also ask you to pray for the ministry of Understand The Times. Understand The Times will continue to be fully functional.

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Erwin McManus' Awaken 2008 Speaker Promotes Eckhart Tolle

Last week, the
Awaken 2008 with Erwin McManus took place at William Carey University in Pasadena, California. Many of the event speakers (called "Thought Leaders") promote contemplative mysticism, but one in particular, Mark Batterson, points readers on his website to Eckhart Tolle, a New Age guru who is currently being heralded by Oprah Winfrey. Batterson says that Tolle's book, Practicing the Power of Now, is "instrumental in the way I think about life." His public reading list includes several other New Agers and mystics: Jack Canfield, Daniel Goleman (The Meditative Mind), Gary Thomas (Sacred Marriage, Sacred Pathways), Leonard Sweet, Tony Jones, Brian McLaren, and several others.

Other "Thought Leaders" at the Awaken 2008 who are contemplative proponents were Willow Creek's Nancy Beach, Bill Hybels, Dan Kimball, Erwin McManus, and Rick McKinley.

For those who do not understand the spirituality behind Eckhart Tolle, please read Warren Smith's four part series and Ray Yungen's book, For Many Shall Come in My Name


In the Spirit: Church opens doors to yoga

By John Sullivan
Times Herald-Record

Out of house article

Washingtonville -  The only light inside St. Anne's Episcopal Church this Monday night is that of a small lamp next to a CD player emitting a composition of flute and electronic keyboard music.

Standing next to the lamp on an exercise mat is Linda Dougherty, instructing her students to bend forward with legs apart and arms outstretched.

"Think: 'Oh God, let me bow down in front of you in honor of you,'" she said.

Such pronouncements pepper the entirety of the 45 to 50-minute session of bending, stretching and meditating that Dougherty teaches at the Washingtonville church each week. It's part of a growing Christian yoga movement that has recently entered our region, joining Eastern techniques in health and spiritual fitness with the West's largest religion.

The rise of the trend in 2005 brought criticism from Christian and Hindu purists, who believed the Indian spiritual roots of yoga were irreconcilable with the West's religion.
Click here to read this entire article.

For more information on "Christian" yoga, see the following resources:

Our research on Yoga

Yoga and the Body of Christ by Dave Hunt

Yoga Uncoiled by Caryl Matrisciana


The Great Heretical Idea:  Oprah and Eckhart Do the New Age Shift

by Warren Smith

"Get ready to be awakened."[1] - Oprah

"The twenty-first century will be the time of awakening, of meeting The Creator Within. Many beings will experience Oneness with God and with all of life. This will be the beginning of the golden age of the New Human, of which it has been written; the time of the universal human, which has been eloquently described by those with deep insight among you.

"There are many such people in the world now - teachers and messengers, Masters and visionaries -who are placing this vision before humankind and offering tools with which to create it. These messengers and visionaries are the heralds of a New Age."[2] - "God" Neale Donald Walsch, Friendship With God

"...[T]his book itself is a transformational device that has come out of the arising new consciousness. The ideas and concepts presented here may be important, but they are secondary. They are no more than signposts pointing toward awakening. As you read, a shift takes place within you."

"This book's main purpose is not to add new information or beliefs to your mind or to try to convince you of anything, but to bring about a shift in consciousness, that is to say, to awaken.... It will change your state of consciousness or it will be meaningless. It can only awaken those who are ready. Not everyone is ready yet, but many are, and with each person who awakens, the momentum in the collective consciousness grows, and it becomes easier for others."[3] - Eckhart Tolle, The New Earth

"Don't get attached to any one word. You can substitute 'Christ' for presence, if that is more meaningful to you. Christ is your God-essence or the Self, as it is sometimes called in the East. The only difference between Christ and presence is that Christ refers to your indwelling divinity regardless of whether you are conscious of it or not, whereas presence means your awakened divinity or God-essence."[4] - Eckhart Tolle, The Power of Now

I stared at the huge stack of books in the Barnes & Noble bookstore. The title of the book was A New Earth: Awakening to Your Life Purpose. The title sounded like a new book by Purpose-Driven pastor Rick Warren, but it was actually the latest selection in Oprah's Book Club. A colorful orange and blue paper band around the book invited the reader to "Join Oprah and Eckhart for a worldwide web event... Every Monday night beginning March 3, 2008 for 10 weeks... Register at" A personal message from Oprah stated: "Get ready to be awakened."

It was clear to me that Oprah was no longer content to just popularize New Age beliefs, she would now teach them. This was a bold move by a woman who was obviously willing to do everything in her power - which is considerable - to convert the world to her New Age worldview.

The Shift

With friend and New Age author Marianne Williamson simultaneously teaching A Course in Miracles daily on Oprah & Friends XM Satellite Radio, Oprah now offers two very public New Age classes. These classes are teaching millions of people that the way to save themselves and the planet is not by accepting Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior, but rather by accepting "the Christ within." For someone who probably has an aversion to traditional proselytizing, Oprah is giving new meaning to the word "proselytize" as she continues to push her New Age beliefs upon the world. But, in defense of her role as a New Age proselytizer, Oprah would probably be the first to tell you - it's all for the good of the world. She would also probably argue that what she is teaching is not New Age, but a "New Spirituality." Curiously, that just happens to be the same term that some emerging church leaders like Brian McLaren are using as they introduce New Age ideas and language into the church.[5]

Oprah can call her New Age teachings whatever she wants, but she and her ever-growing band of New Age colleagues are still teaching that "we are all one" because we are all "God" and "Christ." As Marianne Williamson writes, "We are all one, we are love itself. 'Accepting the Christ' is merely a shift in self-perception."[6]

The "shift" Williamson, Oprah and Tolle describe is "awakening" to the "Christ within" and the "God within." "Shift" is the key word. It means to move from one position to another - as in shifting one's awareness away from the mind and"ego" to the collective "Christ consciousness" or "Christ within." And, as in shifting your belief in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior to a New Age belief in the "Christ within." With her New Age classrooms on satellite radio, and now on the Internet, Oprah apparently feels an urgency to teach everyone how to "awaken" and make this "shift" to the "Christ" within. With her Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN) kicking in next year we can expect to see her New Age views showcased on an even grander scale.

In her first class with Eckhart Tolle, Oprah asked if people had experienced the "shift" while reading Tolle's book, A New Earth. The question reminded me of Werner Erhard's New Age EST program in the 1970s that taught this same idea of shifting one's perception, and then similarly asking - "Did you get IT?" Obviously, there is pressure to "get IT" - to feel the shift: Oprah felt the shift - did you? Are you understanding this new [age] way of looking at yourself and the world? Or, are you being blocked by your mind and your ego from seeing this New Spirituality that can save our planet? Keep logging onto our classes. Keep reading Tolle's book -you'll 'get it.'

Years earlier, when launching the New Age movement publicly with her book The Aquarian Conspiracy, Marilyn Ferguson introduced this concept of the "shift," connecting it to the mystical ideas of Teilhard de Chardin - the father of the New Age movement - "whose new perspective would trigger a critical contagion of change" which would result in the "rapid transformation of the human species, beginning with a vanguard" of emerging leaders. She explained how scientist-philosopher Thomas Kuhn coined the term "paradigm shift" to describe "a distinctly new way of thinking" which entailed accepting new truths. When"the new paradigm gains ascendance" and "a critical number of thinkers has accepted the new idea, a collective paradigm shift has occurred." Ferguson said the "shift" would result in a "new knowing" of the occult world called an"awakening" of "deep inner shifts."[7]

Evolve or Die

Tolle's book A New Earth - like A Course in Miracles and other New Age teachings - exploits the idea that the world is at a crisis point and insists that we must "spiritually evolve" as a species to avoid personal and planetary disaster. According to New Age leaders like Tolle, spiritually evolving means "shifting" or converting to the heretical belief that we are all "God" and that we are all "Christ."

In both his book and his class with Oprah, Tolle reiterated the words that New Age leader Barbara Marx Hubbard was given by her New Age "Christ" - "evolve or die."[8] In other words, don't feel any pressure, but if you don't "shift" your point of view, and "get it" that "we are all one" and that "we are all God," our planet will probably be destroyed and our human species will become extinct.

Tolle and Oprah stayed away from the harsher aspects of this "evolve or die" dictate in that first Internet class. Hubbard, however, has made it clear that in the future, those who refuse to make the "shift" by seeing themselves as "God" will be eliminated by something called "the selection process."[9] Hubbard, who is highly respected by her New Age colleagues, claims that her "Christ" has laid out an Armageddon alternative peace plan to save the planet. This peace plan is predicated on accepting the "shift" in consciousness that Oprah and Tolle (and other New Age leaders) are teaching - the "shift" to the Christ within.

Hubbard's New Age view of the future inspired her to be one of the co-founders of the World Future Society and she is currently listed as a member of its Global Advisory Council.[10] Emergent leader at the "vanguard" of church "transformation," Brian McLaren, has also written about an Armageddon alternative [11] and just happens to be one of the featured speakers at the upcoming World Future Society's annual gathering.

Surprised by the Truth

In describing their New Age/New Spirituality "shift" and the necessity for everyone to spiritually evolve, Eckhart Tolle erroneously states that once you "awaken" to your Christ-consciousness and your own godhood, the shift is "irreversible."[12] What he neglects to take into account is that there are large numbers of us who formerly made the "shift" to these New Age beliefs only to discover - by the grace of God - that we had been greatly deceived by these New Age teachings. The Bible proved itself to be true as it exposed the New Age/New Spirituality for what it was - a lie. It was very humbling for us to realize that the Bible was true after all, and our New Age beliefs were wrong. God was God and we were not. Jesus was the one and only Christ. There was no universal "Christ-consciousness" or "Christ within." We were amazed to discover that there really was a deceptive spirit world and an actual devil; that we really were sinners that needed to be saved by Jesus Christ. What we came to understand was that the whole New Age plan to save the world was part of the very deception that Jesus warned would come at the time of the end (Matthew 24). We were stunned by the truth of the Bible and shocked at our own gullibility to have believed that we were "God" and "Christ." We had been very sincere about our New Age beliefs, but we were sincerely wrong - as are Oprah and Tolle.

The New Age paradigm "shift" is a deceptive device that is being cleverly used by a very real spiritual Adversary who is out to deceive the world. One of the definitions of "shift" in Webster's Dictionary is "a deceitful scheme or method; a trick."[13] The New Age/New Spirituality "shift" advocated by Oprah and Tolle is such a "shift." It is, in every sense of the word, diabolically "shifty."

Part II, Part III, Part IV.)

1. Eckhart Tolle, The New Earth: Awakening to Your Life's Purpose (New York: Plume, 2005), paper band encircling book.
2. Neale Donald Walsch, Friendship with God: an uncommon dialogue (New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1999), p. 295-6.
3. Tolle, The New Earth, p. 6-7.
4. Eckhart Tolle, The Power of Now: A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment (Novato, CA: Namaste, 1999), p. 104.
5. Brian McLaren, quote cited in Faith Undone by Roger Oakland (Silverton, OR: Lighthouse Trails, 2007), p. 11.
6. Marianne Williamson, A Return to Love: Reflections on the Principles of A Course in Miracles (New York: Harper Perennial, 1996), p. 32.
7. Marilyn Ferguson, The Aquarian Conspiracy: Personal and Social Transformation in the 1980s (Los Angeles: J.P. Tarcher, 1980), pp. 25-32.
8. Tolle, A New Earth, p. 21. Barbara Marx Hubbard lecture at Texas A & M University, September 11, 2002, information taken from The Aggie Daily, September 12, 2002. Warren Smith, Reinventing Jesus Christ: The New Gospel (Ravenna, OH: Conscience Press, 2002), pp. 16, 19.
9. Smith, Ibid.
10."WorldFuture 2008: Seeing the Future Through New Eyes," World Future Society conference brochure,
11. Brian McLaren, The Secret Message of Jesus: Uncovering the Truth that Could Change Everything (Nashville, TN: W Publishing Group, 2006), p. 175.
12. Tolle, The New Earth, p. 7.
13. Websters New World Dictionary (New York: Websters New World Dictionaries, 1988).

Warren Smith is the author of Deceived on Purpose: The New Age Implications of the Purpose-Driven Church, The Light that was Dark: From the New Age to Amazing Grace and Reinventing Jesus Christ: The New Gospel

See Part I, Part II, Part III, Part IV.

Originally posted through Discernment Ministries


What would Jesus think about "the shift" to christ-consciousness?

by Pastor Larry DeBruyn


Throughout this inter-advent age--the time between Jesus' Incarnation and Second Coming, or Parousia--Jesus and John warned that false prophets would arise preaching the doctrine of replacement christs (Matthew 24:5, 23-24; 1 John 2:18). As Jesus' coming draws nearer, and as pictured by the image of Messiah's birth pangs, we can expect that oracular announcements of anti-christs by the false prophets will multiply and proliferate. Some of these false messiahs will even work deceptive "signs and wonders" (Mark 13:8, 21-22). During this age Jesus warned: "Then if any man shall say unto you, Lo, here is Christ, or there; believe it not. For there shall arise false Christs, and false prophets, and shall shew great signs and wonders; insomuch that, if it were possible, they shall deceive the very elect. Behold, I have told you before. Wherefore if they shall say unto you, Behold, he is in the desert; go not forth: behold, he is in the secret chambers; believe it not" (Matthew 24:23-26, KJV).

There can be no greater proliferation of the anti-christ doctrine than belief systems which teach everybody's a christ. Among a host of others, Eckhart Tolle, best selling author whose writings Oprah Winfrey highly recommends, teaches that all humanity is indwelt by an immanent christ-spirit. He has stated, "Jesus speaks of the innermost I am, the essence identity of every man and woman . . . Some Christian mystics have called it the Christ within . . ."[1] In an earlier writing, he also stated: "In you, as in each human being, there is a consciousness far deeper than thought. It is the very essence of who you are. . . . it is the Christ within, or your Buddha nature."[2] Statements like Tolle's are all over the Internet. Everybody's a christ--they just haven't realized it. To experience "christness," New Age prophets tell us that a shift in consciousness is needed. So we ask, what would Jesus think (WWJT) about such teaching? Before attending to "WWJT," we should know something of the overall New Testament presentation of Christ.
Click here to read this entire article.


Publishing News

Lighthouse Trails released four new books in 2007: Faith Undone, For Many Shall Come in My Name, The Other Side of the River, and Another Jesus. In addition, we now have a DVD/CD of Anita Dittman telling her Holocaust experience to a live audience. This is one story you will want your family to hear.


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Book Spotlights


Book Spotlights

These two important books expose the truth about contemplative spirituality, spiritual formation, and the new age.
A Time of Departing and For Many Shall Come in My Name

A true story that will change your life and challenge your faith ..

"Will sweep you into 1930s Germany and back with your faith intact ... [Trapped in Hitler's Hell] carries a stark message for today's Western Christian ... will refocus your priorities and recharge your spiritual life."-Leo Hohmann, Read entire review at The Messianic Times   Trapped in Hitler's Hell

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The Other Side of the River The Other Side of the River by Alaskan Kevin Reeves  

When mystical experiences and strange doctrines overtake his church, one man risks all to find the truth ... a true story. Read more about this important book.

Faith Undone by Roger Oakland Find out the truth about the emerging church and the avenues through which it is entering Christianity.

Faith Undone by Roger Oakland

Find out more about the book that tells it like it is.


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