To know a true spirituality you must go against the world. That is why all forms of spirituality that fall into line with the world and adopt its ways fail.
The world always tries to coerce and co-opt the spiritual and bend it to its own aims and ambitions, but if you are serious about truth you must reject the world. I don't mean you must abandon the world and become a monk but you must reject the 'wisdom' of the world. This was never more true than it is today when practically all forms of spirituality and religion have, in one way or another, allowed themselves to be heavily influenced, if not corrupted, by the world. This makes life easier for them but it also means they fail in their function of offering a valid path to spiritual truth. How can they when they have been absorbed by that which is the enemy from which they are trying to escape?
This doesn't mean that everything in the world is wrong but it is the world that should conform to spiritual truth not vice versa as is all too often the case now. Nor does it mean there is nothing good that can come from the world but when it concerns truths about reality, about the meaning of life and the facts of human nature, then the world must always conform to the teachings of religion and to spiritual insight.
It might seem from this that I am recommending a religious fundamentalism but not at all. I see that as the opposite extreme to worldliness and no answer to the question of how to attain a real spiritual sensibility. Fundamentalism is too concerned with the letter of religion and not enough with its heart or essence. It focuses too much on the outer aspects of religion and therefore, in its own way, is worldly even if it is religious. The true rejection of the world goes beyond the world. It does not just react to it.
If Albion is ever to awaken from its spiritual paralysis caused by the E.U. and the U.K. and all the politics and culture and science and art of contemporary civilisation, it must open its eyes, wipe away the grime that has overlaid its vision and shake off the slavery of the worldly mind. Wake up! Ultimately the spiritual and the material, God and the world, are both part of the same oneness but that can only be known when the whole is seen from the top down, when all is seen in the light of the spiritual. Now we have the reverse of that and the spiritual is seen, if it is seen at all, in the light of the material which kills it. And that is why we must reject the world.