The Church usually doesn’t make a laundry list of forbidden practices because they simply couldn’t keep up and would be impractical.
But there are principles that are fairly easy to apply even though many people work really hard to pretend not to understand them (look at Chastity and the 6th Commandment for example).
One of those principles is that just because one’s subjective intentions are good (or in this case, not bad), that doesn’t I’m free and clear to do things.
One of the things that is highly problematic is taking things and practices with known associations with other religions and pretend to drain it of its religious significance.
I remember one guy who liked Tarot cards and defended it on the grounds that he didn’t use them for divination, he just liked the pretty pictures. He was married, so I suggested an experiment: keep a bunch of pictures of ex-girlfriends around the house. When your wife demands an explanation (hopefully not at the point of a kitchen knife), tell her you have no intention of doing something naughty with them, you just like the pretty pictures.
That’s how it is with God. You don’t get to dance before the golden calf and then say, “Hey, I’m not reveling. I’m just getting some exercise!”