No , we acknowledge that everyone has experiences. If they are hysical, and are experienced via the senses, then we can observe in some way ourselves and agree that such experiences have taken place. Every experience is recorded in the brain so every experience has a spiritual aspect to it.Quote
nearly everyone reports spiritual experiences. do we call them "faith beliefs", or do we call those that don't report spiritual experiences "spiritually blind"?
If they are spoken of as 'spiritual' by the person concerned, then, unless they are in some way independently observable by another person, they are subjective, whatever the person's definition of spiritual is.
To consider that all the experiences I have had in my life cannot be labelled 'spiritual' because you think your definition is the valid one and must have a totally faith belief in something entirely subjective is blinkered to say the least, and close-minded to broaden the issue.
Who is anyone to call another spiritually blind, or having spiritual blindness? What authority can you cite for yourself to do such a thing?