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temples or churches that have sections for all the main religions of the world-a Hindu
window, Christian window, Islamic, Buddhist sections and so on. They tell Muslims that it
is fine to be a Muslim, Christian that it is fine to be a Christian, Hindus that it is
fine to be a Hindu and so forth, that all are equally great and valid religions, almost
regardless of whatever sect or branch of the religion the person may belong to Hindu or
Yoga group having this view may tell people that by following their teachings a Christian
will become a better Christian, a Muslim a better Muslim, and so on.
They tell people that one need not change one's religion in order to
practice Yoga but that Yoga will make one better at one's religion, what ever it is.
Sometimes if Christians come to a Hindu espousing this ecumenical spirit and ask how to
find God or Truth, they will be told to return to their own religion and try to become
They will be discouraged from becoming Hindu or adapting
more specific Hindu practices. Those holding this view try to avoid criticism of other
beliefs and give the impression that all regions, however diverse and contrary they
appear, are right. They make it seem that whether one visits Kailas, Mecca or Rome,
whether one prays, fasts or practices meditations, it is all part of the same great and
true human aspiration for the Divine and none of these approaches are necessarily better
than the others.