I assumed this would go under religion, couldnt post there though.
I've gone through my entire life being completely non-spiritual. I went my first 15 years of life thinking all who believed in any form of deity or creationist theory were completely ignorant and uneducated. In the past year or two, I've gone far away from that, largely due to massive intake of psychedelics and what some would call pseudo-spiritual experiences (what I would call real interaction with the spiritual realm). My belief now is there is a God, a loving father figure, who answers prayers, who loves you and can have a personal relationship with yuo. Because we are seperated from him on this world, it is difficult to make that tangable. I think certain substances (i.e. MDMA, mescaline, LSD) dissolve that seperation and help you get closer to God than normally possible. I think God is tied down, and is viewed as this good-evil guy that judges you and casts you out unless you live by this horribly strict set of standards, because of modern-day religions. He is nothing like that. He loves unconditionally. All he wants is to be able to convict you of things, and to have a relationship with you; romance you, if you will.
I believe all religions are the same. I believe God relieved himself to every different religion in a different form, Jesus to Christians, Mohammad to Islam, etc. All prophets and Messiahs are a form of God meant to guide that specific culture. Each and every religion (the real ones, not scientology and other evil cults) has one of these, that teach very similar base foundation and morals. I think each one of these took it horribly wrong and corrupted it to the point of thinking every other religion is wrong and sinners. I think they are all right. In almost every one of these religions in their holy books it says something about in "end times", there will be one world religion. They all take that as something bad, when some cult comes up and corrupt all of society, or something as ridiculous as that. I think that will be when God reveals to them all that they are all the same.