Self-proclaimed Christian influencer Yasmin Suri is under fire after she made bizarre claims of children suffering after getting exposure to yoga barbie. Many people took to the comments section of the original post to share their shock over the claims and pointed out how important it is to treat mental health conditions.
Christian Influencer Warns 'Yoga Barbie' Will Possess Children With Demons
Christian influencer Yasmeen Suri is being mocked on the social media platform Facebook after making bizarre claims that Yog Barbie — the latest in a long line of the iconic dolls by Mattel–will lead children to be "possessed by demons."
Suri, who was born in India and claims on her website her encounter with Jesus Christ caused her to be "delivered from many New Age beliefs and false religious doctrines," suggested yoga is Satanic because it is "Hinduism" and yoga poses are "designed to invoke a Hindu deity in the spirit realm."
Reading the bizarre claims, the internet made sure to teach Suri a lesson on importance of treating mental health.
Accompanied by a photo of the doll, Suri wrote:
"Yoga Barbie" is at Target on the shelf. Satan always comes as appearing innocent. He will never come with horns and a pitchfork."
"This Barbie has 5 guided meditations. Remember, Yoga IS Hinduism. You cannot separate the poses from the religion."
"Each pose is designed to invoke a Hindu deity in the spirit realm."
Suri said that she has "seen children get possessed by demons." Moreover, Satan is after young children because he "wants to use them and indoctrinate them for his glory" only to then "destroy them."
She added Yoga Barbie is an affront to Christianity because the Bible forbids "all practices of Eastern religion":
"As your kids grow, they will get rebellious, depressed and many will be suicidal. You won't understand what's happening as a parent."
"God forbids all practices of eastern religion as a Christian. You must remove all toys and clean your children's room of all demonic attachments."
The Christian influencer concluded her post by citing a chapter and several verses from the Book of Deuteronomy that cautions Christians against sacrificing their children "in the fire, who practices divination or sorcery, interprets omens, engages in witchcraft, or casts spells, or who is a medium or spiritist or who consults the dead."