Well the modern Western sterilized form of Buddhism of course isn't authentic Buddhism, which is not atheistic in any real sense unless one defines atheism as not being oriented in the Abrahamic monotheistic framework. There is an Absolute (Dharmakaya) or what we may conceive as an impersonal God, there is the Absolute element in man (Buddha-Nature, etc.), there are celestial beings who may assist people (Buddhas, Bodhisattvas, gods, etc), nefarious non-human entities (demons, etc.), a materialistic conception of the universe is denied, there are postmortem repercussions for ones actions and way of life, and so on. True yoga and meditation has as its goal seeing the reality that the self is dreamlike, constructed in thought, not worthy of refuge, destined to destruction, etc. and the transcendence of that false conception of self. Though you have described quite accurately the New Age distortion of yoga which is often an egoic focus on "me, me, me." As to charity or activity in the world, both historically and today these exist in Eastern traditions and monasteries, hermits, and pure contemplatives play (or played) a massive role in Christianity, so I don't think the dichotomy of "active Abrahamist vs inactive pagan/Eastern" really works. Check this post out: https://lumineboreali.net/threads/aryan-buddhism.281/page-2#post-10627 Buddhist and Hindu societies historically have been patriarchal, hierarchical, monarchical, the Buddha initially didn't wish to permit women into the sangha, etc. If female bodhisattvas are somehow a mark against the masculine nature of a tradition, then what of the Virgin Mary or female saints and the various devotions to them? Though you are indeed correct about the feminized and female dominated nature of "yoga" in the West (which is really just exercising and breathing with the aim of the reduction of stress and promotion of health, both of which are positive things but of course are not the ultimate objectives of real yoga.) That said it is also the case that modern Christianity is feminized.