Does anybody consider themselves a spiritual naturalist?
By spiritual naturalism, I mean a type of spirituality that denies the supernatural conceptions of God but accepts spiritual experiences as valid psychological states. This would be more in line with the sort of Einsteinian belief in scientific pantheism rather than a traditional religious belief.

The naturalism website has a series of articles dedicated to spiritual naturalism:

I'd like your opinions on this. How exactly would one practice such a naturalistic spirituality? Is it merely looking at the world through rose coloured glasses, when reality is often gray, or is there more to it? How does one create subjective and private 'spiritual' sensations based on objective facts and understanding?

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