Well… Are non-Christian spiritual people spiritually blind, too? I guess we all are, according to your bigoted, oppressive "this way or the highway" / "one-size-fits-all" religious philosophy, right? Your group is THE only one to be so beautifully, shiningly, perfectly right! And you just so happened to be born into a culture that strongly favored it... How convenient, right?
Personally, I think people like you are FAR more spiritually blind than most atheists. Because most atheists I know, at least, are far more open, loving and accepting than just about any Biblical literalist fundie I've ever met. And I may see the divine as being the utmost, most deeply sacred source of all that beautiful, infinite, unconditional Love! And us ALL as having a spark of that within us, as we are all a part of it.. While atheists don't see it in a spiritual way. But they still know it, and show it, FAR more so than you do! So then does it really matter what they CALL it? Or what they consciously believe in? I think not... And I even believe it was YOUR religion that first said: "by their fruits, you shall know them." Which, ironically enough..? Is one of the best arguments AGAINST current-day Christianity that I have ever freaking heard of. :S
I do often feel like I function on a very different level than hardline materialist skeptics, though.. But I feel no need to look down on them, by telling them that they are "blind", just because I experience something they don't experience.. Quite likely, there are also things certain other people experience, that I do not experience. And there's really no need for anyone to be condescending about that.. Plus more spiritual, or spiritually open atheists, who just so happen not to believe in anything they would call "God", exactly? But they've still had similar experiences to me? I've often been able to relate to, very deeply. So being an atheist, in and on itself..? Does not NECESSARILY mean you've got no sense of anything spiritual, either. Although granted, most atheists on here tend to be total skeptics, as far as ALL spirituality is concerned. Which is totally fine by me. Just as long as we can still get along and respect each other's differences.