some possible approaches to spirituality that may be holistic but not inclusive could include:
Exclusive religious or spiritual traditions, which may place a high emphasis on the correctness or superiority of their own beliefs and practices, and may not necessarily recognize the validity of other spiritual paths or traditions.
- Cult-like or authoritarian spiritual groups, which may place a strong emphasis on obedience to a leader or doctrine, and may not allow for individual exploration or questioning of their beliefs and practices.
- Spiritual elitism, which may view certain spiritual practices or traditions as being more advanced or evolved than others, and may not recognize the value or validity of more “basic” or “primitive” spiritual paths.
- Spiritual fundamentalism, which may rigidly adhere to a specific set of beliefs and practices, and may not allow for flexibility or adaptation to changing circumstances or new insights.