New age spirituality dating
Individual practitioners may or may not believe themselves to be of a higher "spirituality", but their general views and belief in magical thinking leaves them open to woomeisters who sell spirituality to anyone willing to pay.
It is not a rejection of yourself, but a getting to know yourself in the most intimate way possible.
It is actually possible, though not proven, that these biological experiences and the near-death experience may be part of the seed of religion.
Various scholars, including Carl Sagan and Sam Harris, emphasize spiritual experiences as potentially positive, transforming experiences.
Of course, they usually charge a fee for their incalculably valuable services, which has let some of them become filthy stinking rich.
"Spiritual but not religious" is a concept that one believes "something", but that they have rejected organized religion's attempts to explain, define, or confine it. Since religion can impact a person's choice of mate, dating sites usually try to get some data about members' religious background or views.