Words like spirituality or awakening should not be abused to describe quasi-psychotic states. Genuine spirituality means seeing yourself and everything from the cosmic perspective, as if in the creator's view. Giordano Bruno, Albert Einstein, Olaf Stapledon and Carl Sagan were spiritual people in this sense, and they were more sane than the average Joe.
Then, hardcore practitioners of Eastern and New Age "spirituality" shows some signs of schizotypal disorder:
-strange beliefs or magical thinking
-abnormal perceptual experiences (often happen during meditation)
-strange thinking and speech (they often use illogical phrases which are supposed to be "profound" and "wise")
-lack of interest in pleasure-oriented activities
I don't call them spiritual or wise, I call them magical thinkers because that's what they are.