Here are a few things to consider about spirituality:
Meditation is wonderful, but it's not what makes someone spiritual. It's what supports a balanced life, can help open your mind, and just support a happy lifestyle. Don't forget to go outside and smell the roses and say hello to your neighbor. It's just as important as meditating on your chakras and all that other jazz. There are people who meditate and reach deep places of cosmic wisdom but miss out on this beautiful world. They start being afraid of experiences that deviate from what they get in meditation. Meditation is not the end result. It's more of a tool to assist you on your journey.
Sometimes people treat meditation, prayer and spirituality the same way they do everything else - like it's a competition. Always listen to yourself and trust you know what's right for you.
The more serious you make it all the further your'e actually getting from so called spirituality. The lighter you feel and the more you focus on laughter and joy, the closer you're getting.
It's possible to never meditate, pray or talk about God and be the most spiritual person ever. If someone is always laughing and happy, they're spiritual. Period. There are people who live entire lives of deep spirituality who will never meditate, pray or light a single stick of incense. These people are just out their living, soaking up the entire reason they came into this world. They aren't afraid of so called negative experiences. They aren't afraid of being angry or sad sometimes. They aren't afraid to live. Which brings us to the conclusion:
If you're alive, you're spiritual. I know this seems confusing, because seem people do things that seem very un-spiritual. But the truth is, life IS the spiritual experience. If you're breathing, you're spiritual.