The Teal Scott Syndrome

Lets keep it simple:
1) Teal Scott, just like many others, goes through traumas when she is little..
2) Teal Scott, just like many others, develops the question “why did it happen to me and not just in a movie?”
3) Teal Scott, just like many others, develops the idea “I must be special” and find such specialty out (that’s why it happened to me).. otherwise I’m not able to handle this condition happened to me, as well, without “specialism” I won’t be able to handle my mind in the future..
4) Teal Scott, just like many others, develops the idea of having a “mission” .. so she calls herself “meant to be”, “chosen” and so on..
5) Teal Scott, just like many others, develops the need to follow such mission so to justify the suffering she had..
6) Teal Scott, just like many others, develops the idea to be a psychic.. someone special ..
7) Teal Scott, just like many others, requires consensus to be on the path aimed to accomplish her mission.. ’cause she knows that “special” can only exist when in dependence of other people.. (wondering how exactly her self-proclaimed “psychics powers” can be helpful psychologically if she finds herself alone in a lost island with no people around and no youtube account)..
8 ) Teal Scott, just like few others, realizes that she can use her body as a model.. for professional purposes of course.. but also to preserve the status of speciality she needs to not collapse mentally..
9) Teal Scott, just like few others, realizes that she cannot be a model forever so she also realizes that in order to preserve a “never enough” level of consensus so to nourish her need to be special .. she must become a so called “spiritual preacher” ..
10 ) Teal Scott, just like many others, claims to be this and that and be able to “heal” so to get the consensus she requires to survive psychologically…

That’s the game!

Is there an intelligent possibility to realize that he who claims to be in a spiritual position of some kind (in her case “spirituality 2.0” whatsoever) is actually telling him/herself and the followers: “look at me: I’m special: you are not here yet”?

Is there an intelligent possibility to realize that this whole spiritual circus is in truth separative and delusional (then they say: we are all one)?

Is there an intelligent possibility to realize what reality is?