If we accept the age-old premise that we are fragments of a divine entity that purposefully forgot its omnipotence so it could experience the joy of rediscovering itself, and that every duality we see is a game we’ve created to experience the joy of struggle/victory/another lesson learned, then there is no such thing as spirituality; we are all “spiritual” by default (as we are all divine by default). Either everything is spiritual or nothing is, and the game of “the spiritual path” is one we festoon with rituals and rites, simply to rediscover that we’re all already divine. I understand that if one enjoys the idea of a “spiritual path,” then it may be fun to be meticulous about it, it may even be fun to approach it with grave earnestness…but why the hell would you ever let it stress you out? Why would you be righteous about it? I guess if, as a fragment of the divine, you thought it would add to the fun, then those stances make sense.
But from my perspective, those stances seems less like fun and more like a chore.