Spiritual priorities

One young man was greatly excited about a newfound technique of yoga. His friend introduced him and was regular for over a year. One day his pastor had a conversation with him. “You have been a follower of Lord Jesus Christ for 12 years, have you developed the discipline of Word of God and prayer? Instead, you can do a technique of physical exercising mixed with some spirituality.” The young man said: “It is easy. It makes me energetic.” For him, physical health was more important than spiritual health. His well-being was a satisfactory experience, which was misunderstood as spiritual experience. In fact, a ritual or exercise became more important than God’s Word.
Deception: Satan uses deception as his strategic weapon. He deceived Eve, by making his words sound authentic and authoritative: “You will not surely die.” (Genesis 3:4) He used the word ‘surely’ to emphasize he was a person with authority and could guarantee what he said. When the Word of God is replaced by any substitute: words or philosophy or mediation technique or any other spirituality, it is certainly a deception.
Deviation: Lord Jesus Christ said: He is the Way. (John 14:6) He is the only SuperHighWay. There are neither alternative ways nor paths or by-lines that would mingle or join the SuperHighWay as the journey proceeds.
Directionless: The young man thought well-being, good health and feeling good were his priorities. There are many ways to obtain these, but they are purposeless pursuits. What is the use of good health without a life purpose?
Dangerous Destination: “There is a way that seems right to a man, but its end is the way to death. (Proverbs 14:12) People think there is only one destination after life. They wish, imagine, and even believe it would be heaven. There are philosophies that state, all roads lead to the same destination. However, the bible teaches that destination after death is determined in this life. Choosing Lord Jesus Christ is Eternal Life in Heaven, rejecting Him is spiritual suicide, leading to hell.
Am I on the right road, with the right priorities?