I am familiar with the document and appreciate its care. I think the main take away needs to be summarized to avoid such a facile discounting of what might seem too foreign and threatening to some:
6.2. Practical steps
First of all, it is worth saying once again that not everyone or everything in the broad sweep of New Age is linked to the theories of the movement in the same ways. Likewise, the label itself is often misapplied or extended to phenomena which can be categorised in other ways. The term New Age has even been abused to demonise people and practices. It is essential to see whether phenomena linked to this movement, however loosely, reflect or conflict with a Christian vision of God, the human person and the world. The mere use of the term New Age in itself means little, if anything. The relationship of the person, group, practice or commodity to the central tenets of Christianity is what counts.
The following questions may be the easiest key to evaluating some of the central elements of New Age thought and practice from a Christian standpoint. “New Age” refers to the ideas which circulate about God, the human being and the world, the people with whom Christians may have conversations on religious matters, the publicity material for meditation groups, therapies and the like, explicit statements on religion and so on. Some of these questions applied to people and ideas not explicitly labelled New Age would reveal further unnamed or unacknowledged links with the whole New Age atmosphere.
Is God a being with whom we have a relationship or something to be used or a force to be harnessed?
Is there just one Jesus Christ, or are there thousands of Christs?
The human being: is there one universal being or are there many individuals?
Do we save ourselves or is salvation a free gift from God?
Do we invent truth or do we embrace it?
Prayer and meditation: are we talking to ourselves or to God?
Are we tempted to deny sin or do we accept that there is such a thing?
Are we encouraged to reject or accept suffering and death?
Is social commitment something shirked or positively sought after?
Is our future in the stars or do we help to construct it?