Spiritual Individualism

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Spiritual Individualism is a form of spiritual thinking that emphasizes the individual to the exclusion of all other considerations. Spiritual individualists believe that they are solely responsible for their own reality, that a consideration of the impact of their thoughts and actions on others is unnecessary, and that they are not responsible for any aspect of this creation outside their own little bubble of creation. Spiritual individualism arises as a result either of a failure to apprehend the interconnected and collective way in which reality is manifested, or is the result of dogmatic impositions designed to prevent understanding. Owing to the nature of the Fabric of Consciousness, which is as a collected set of individualized (i.e., "intensified" but profoundly connected nodes), putting aside spiritual individualism is a necessary pre-requisite of awakening.