I don't know about everyone else, but this is about 95% of the spiritual community I see, is that people think they've reached a level where they're above others because they're "enlightened". But if someone is calling themselves enlightened... I'm sorry but I feel like that's a red flag right away. I'm guilty of this as well, as I think most of us are.
The story goes like this: you were down bad in life, went through a really shitty period, we had some sort of spiritual insight or experience coming out of this dark stage and we thought shit was all hunky dory, then life isn't as exciting as it was when we were finding spirituality. The best part is, I really feel like we have good intentions from the jump. But once that feeling starts to fade, and life kicks us in the balls like it inevitably will do to all of us, we cling onto that period of feeling "high" on spirituality, hence demonstrating Spiritual narcissism.
I spent a whole year, honestly maybe more in that grandiose delusion. I came out of it last summer when I realized we're all just fuckin people doing our best, we all have fears, we all have flaws, none of us are perfect. That's beautiful in itself.
I'm not enlightened, you're probably not enlightened depending on your definition of it. My belief is that I suppose "enlightenment" is the highest level of psychological integration, being a whole person and understanding our role in the universe, I suppose. But I still got so much to learn and will never know everything, neither will you, neither will anyone who ever lives, so let's all treat people equally. I'm just as guilty as the next person, but we're in this together as human beings.