I had thought that spirituality was simply being in touch with your own spirit
(though I guess religion would have it 'the spirit')
From that perspective, all are spiritual to one degree or other,
because it is necessary to life itself.
We see knowledge reflected in language when people say 'that's the spirit',
or 'where's the team spirit', or any other use of the word in relation to people.
U raise some interesting points, Vic.
For what it may be worth:
During recent decades, medical science has accomplished
great advances, not least among them: the defibrillator,
which has succeeded in restoral of competent cadiac functioning.
Some of the 1000s of people who have been brought back from
apparently lifeless conditions, with flat lines on EKG, EEG and
no respiration, have reported finding that thay observed, intuited,
that life is unitary (i.e., the same life
, in all M.D.s, nurses,
the flowers in the room and the dog barking across the street)
and that the diversity of life is an illusion.
By way of analogy,
once in Las Vegas, in the ante-chamber of my bathroom
in the Tropicana Hotel, I saw 2 his and her sinks and water faucit
emplacements, facing opposite to one another.
Each had a mirror in front, with 2 side mirrors,
set at possibly 45 degree angles (forming an approximate hexagon)
6 mirrors total. I counted myself in 47 different places at once
from the reflections, but there was really only ONE
( A lot of people on this forum believe that even THAT
is too many.)