It’s like a bad game of Jenga – if one piece is out of place, the whole thing is off balance, and the spiritual narcissist descends into spiritual madness.
This is usually a result of their inflated sense of self and their need to be the centre of attention.
They often act out in bizarre ways and become obsessed with their spiritual journey – sometimes going to extraordinary lengths to ensure everyone notices their spiritual progress.
They become so bogged down in their own spiritual exploration that they lose sight of the bigger picture and often start to act irrationally.
As their game of Jenga unravels, the spiritual narcissist can become increasingly unhinged, to the point where they may confuse their own spiritual progress.
With the progress of their Jenga tower, many on their spiritual path forget the most important lesson: the more pieces they remove, the more likely the tower is to come crashing down.
If a person neglects their whole self and needs, they will inevitably collapse.
This is why taking care of all areas of your health, not just the spiritual, as you make your journey is essential, or you will become blinkered and out of balance which can turn the spiritual ego into a narcissist
The psychological, emotional, and physical aspects of your being must all be taken care of.
Think of it this way: if the Jenga tower is your life, the pieces are each area of your health.
You have to make sure that each piece is strong and sturdy, so that you can build a tall tower.
If one of the pieces is weak or not working properly, it can easily topple the entire tower.
So make sure you take care of every area of your life, from the physical to the spiritual like you’re playing a life-sized game of Jenga.