Watch this video for the view that religiosity is mental disorder:
Spiritual psychiatrists, OF COURSE, HAVE A DIFFERENT VIEW: http://www.rcpsych.ac.uk/pdf/SIG%20Annual%20Report%202008.x.pdf
Yes, psychotic episode is spiritual emergency according to the sources at the public body (The Royal College of Psychiatrists, London) that certifies psychiatrists as specialists in diagnosis and treatment of mental disorders. "Just swing that incense burner faster, doctor!" must be one of the voices heard by psychiatrist.
Sure, our government will be delighted to know that there is no need for expensive training of doctors or research in mental illness.
I wonder what kind of people would be coming to train in UK today if they know how advanced the college of psychiatrists is.
I guess, religious fundamentalists would be quite at home at The Royal College of Psychiatrists, while some patients would be looking to sleep on the streets rather than receive the treatment from people they consider not okay. I shall never forget a schizophrenic patient complaining about the religiosity of his psychiatrist (professor, as well) and how he drove away all the good staff from psychology department.
So, clearly some people are able to excercise thoughts in a critical manner, although some cannot be bothered.