Friday, March 20, 2009

Well, well. . . it seems like the people behind Wii (Nintendo) slipped a little New Age technique in with their Wii Fit exercises. Now, why doesn't that surprise me? A little stretching, some yoga, and hey--why not follow it up with a game of "Lotus Focus"?

That's right, Lotus Focus. They want us (and our children) staring into the flame on our off time, centering our inner beings.

And how many families own this?

"So I was surprised to unlock and discover Wii Fit's "Lotus Focus" minigame, which is a meditation game! You sit still on the balance board with legs folded in a lotus position, and watch an onscreen candle in the darkness. Various things try to distract your attention, like moths fluttering about and people creaking about in the night. The longer you can stay still, the better your score. Very cool." --Digital Workout Guru

O-Kay. . . .

Mediation itself isn't the issue--the Bible tells us we should meditate on God's word. It's the things the world attaches to meditation that cause all the problems.

And now, one more thing to keep an eye on. . . .


Blogger JohnD said...

Just more evidence of Christian decay. The waning influence of Christ on the world (not due to Christ but his disobedient followers).

4:49 PM  
Blogger JonathanAHuber said...

I heard about that from a friend and it doesn't surprise me. I hope video games don't become a medium for cultist activity. Manipulation at an early age, just another deceptive tool.

1:08 AM  

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