There is a fundamental difference between organized religion and spirituality (Taylor, 2001). The most characteristic difference between the two is that organized religion is viewed as a set of custom practices enacted by the people with significant symbolist meanings and spirituality essentially is about the mind. This concept of organized religion is seen in many of the religions of the world. It is usually a set of customs practices enacted by the people. It is believed that spirituality is the concept of becoming embedded with nature and the natural elements of the nature. There are no significant symbolist rituals enacted by spiritualism. There are also some negative reviews done on spiritualism by people who do not understand the inherent nature of spirituality. Attachment with the environment is also a form of spirituality. Researchers say that deep ecological preservation and spirituality in nature is actually the amalgamation of mind with the environment. People really do experience a transformative sense on being exposed to the concepts of earth ecology (Pepper, 2002). Since there are people who misuse these concepts for their selfish gains it is viewed as dangerous path by people who have been exploited. The real truth actually cause true liberation of the mind and brings a sense of belonging to the environmental networks that exist. The author has given a comprehensive viewpoint of the different religions and even mentioned the irony of some religious practices. In the context of deep ecology, this is as much depth that one might get too as this penetrates the very ideology of men.