I'm an ENFP. I don't view myself as religious, but I think I am pretty spiritual. I'm just too questioning for religion. I view religion more of an answer to the questions spirituality poses. However, I think that each person has his or her own answer, so large religious groups don't particularly work.
With the supernatural and paranormal... Gah. I don't know. I have a sort of humanist view I guess in that I think we live our own lives. We make our own decisions and react to influences in our lives. There is no set path, no set right or wrong choice, etc. So even though I'm spiritual, I don't really believe in the supernatural or paranormal occuring on Earth. That is... in the connotative sense "paranormal" and "supernatural" present.
Completely understanding something large or small scale for a brief moment, epiphanies, deja vu, happiness, love. I feel like those... are sort of spiritual, supernatural, magical, what have you.
I was raised Catholic until about 7 or 8 years old. When I was twelve or thirteen we "became" born-again Christian types, which looking back on it, really frustrates me. I remember asking my mom why "mass" was called just church now and why the pastor was married. And why we weren't allowed to pray to Mary anymore and all that.
I got really into it during middle school and was baptised and whatnot, but then eventually I realized that I felt brainwashed. I'm not saying anyone born-again is, but I realized that I wasn't making the decisions I was making. I was succumbing to pressure from the pastor's wife, the praise group leader, my "Sunday school" teacher, my aunt, my cousins, even my mom and dad to some extent.
That's just my issue with introducing children to religion. They're just so impressionable that they'll allow you to make the decisions for them on what to believe. I don't know how I will raise my children in regards to a higher being, but I don't want to make choices for them.
My INFP best friend and I had a three hour long conversation about this. I think this was the best, condense sense I could type out, and it still seems a bit confusing.