To explain everything I believe and stand for, would take way too much time. Church history reveals that mankind has failed in coming to an agreement of what is apparently right and wrong. Most division in the body of Christ has come about due to man-made theological points-of-view. Other reasons range from political power, to the wiping out of whole nations and/or races!
Its not about traditions, man-made theology and especially not "energy" that you supposedly open up to (that's just new-age theology)! It is whether you accept what God did for you, and who you are because of what He did. If believing exactly what God's Word says to be absolute truth is fanatical, then I'm fanatical! As long as there is this world, there will always be wars and rumors of wars...it's Biblical! The real questions here are
Are you willing to lay aside everything you've been taught in your life to pursue God and find out what He has in store for you? Or, are you willing to walk a "safe path" for the sake of dodging being called a fanatic?
Many early Christian believers were martyred for Christ's sake. They were called fanatics. They were called heretics. They were called blasphemers. Could you handle that kind of ridicule? If not...then maybe you should consider another path. Jesus said, "This day I lay before you life and death, blessing and cursing. Choose life." The choice is yours to make. The line is drawn. Choose this day whom you will serve saith the LORD.