You know the type. They say they are "spiritual but not religious" and say that "Beliefs determine reality". I was having a conversation with one who always goes on about how Christianity is all about hellfire and damnation and on the subject of death I said that while I accepted the reality of it I didn't see anything at all positive about it and they told me that I would probably have a miserable afterlife because of that belief! How is that any different from Christians preaching about fire and brimstone?
Incidentally there is also a lot of hand-waving. When I point out instances of reality being unexpected they say it is because of the "collective consciousness" or because of beliefs I am "unaware of". These New-Agey types have a great deal more in common with Christians than they realize.