Cosmic Humanism. As secular humanism is the belief solely in the physical world, cosmic humanism is the belief solely in the spiritual world. Perhaps not necessarily denying the physical world, some cosmic humanists see the physical world as an illusion, others simply believe it is not the ultimate reality.
Buddhism, Seekhism, Hinduism, Spiritualism, Animism, ancestoral worship, etc. These are all examples of religions that could be grouped into this blanket phrase of Cosmic Humanism. Ultimately the contributing factor is these groups do not necessarily believe in a higher deity, merely a higher plane of existence. Though Hinduism and Buddhism could be said to believe in gods, through enlightenment you yourself can become a god.
Cosmic Humanists tend to focus on inner peace, meditation, illusion of pain, self-actualization (to know oneself), detachment, and spiritualism. Spirits, magic, dreamcatchers, prayers, many things can be incapsulated into spiritualism, many different beliefs can be combined with Cosmic Humanism. Contradictions are not necessary in some beliefs systems - for the physical world is an illusion, two things that look mutually exclusive may simply be part of the illusion. You could exist and not exist at the same time, your beliefs could be right at the same time as mine though they contradict each other. There are many paths to the top of the mountain.
The famous example of how this works is the blind men who approach an elephant. Six blind men feel different parts of an elephant’s body to see what an elephant is like. The blind man feels it’s leg and says it is like a pillar. One feels the tail and says its like a rope. One feels the tusk and says its like a tree branch. One feels an ear and says its like a hand fan, one feels the belly and says its like a wall, and one feels the tusk says its like a solid pipe. Then a Prince who can see explains to them that “All of you are right. The reason every one of you is telling it differently is because each one of you touched the different part of the elephant. So, actually the elephant has all the features you mentioned.” In application, they say you all have a part of the truth, just different aspects of it. The problem is, the blind men still do not have any comprehension of what an elephant is. Also, the man who can see in the story is typically representative of the cosmic humanist - implying they see the picture clearly.
Theology - Pantheism (god is part-and-parcel to everything - god is everything)
Philosophy - Non-Naturalism (physical is illusory)
Ethics - Relativism (good and evil are illusory ideas)
Biology - Darwinian/Punctuated Evolution
Psychology - Collective Consciousness (attainment of higher plain of existence)
Sociology - Non-Traditional Home, Church and State (varies)
Law - Self-Law (you can be a god)
Politics - New Age Order (global unity)
Economy - Universal Enlightened Production (universal good, thus economy is not based upon money but need)
History - Evolutionary Godhead (history is leading us toward evolving back into god)
Who is God? All is god.
Who is man? Divine.
How did we get here? We evolved from a cosmic force.
What is man’s purpose? To reintegrate ourselves back into that cosmic force from whence we came.
(Caveat - Not all mentioned fit perfectly into this description, Cosmic Humanism is complex and diverse and it can be quite confusing for that reason.)