World accommodating nrm
However, some world-affirming cults are more organised and have greater demands on their members, such as Scientology.
World Accommodating NRM World-accommodating NRMs separate life into spiritual and worldly spheres, focusing on the spiritual.
Personal identity is submerged into the collective identity of the community which always takes priority over the individual, and which encourages the sharing of possessions and affection.
World accommodating movements tend to emphasize the importance of individual religious experience.
Evangelical church groups are typical, where collective celebrations of faith are the vehicle for feelings of intense personal involvement with the spiritual and sacred realms addressed in acts of worship.
Brian Wilson argued that many religious and spiritual organisations operating in contemporary society do not fit into categories such as churches and sects.
This has led to the development of typologies of cults and other New Religious Movements.