I am adherent to no religion though I've been a student of Dzogchen for about 20 years, the atiyoga fitting well with my lifelong lucid dreaming and aptitude about both dream yoga & kundalini yoga. Raised by humanists, non religious of Jewish descent on my father's side for generations and on my mother's since breaking away from "that horse thief", my Zionist great grandfather who was Orthodox Jewish, settling half his family in the USA and half in then Palestine in the 1800s, I was brought up in the Jewish traditions and trained for five years (involving Tue & Thur classes after regular school plus Sunday school plus most Saturday services and some Friday night services) leading up to my Bar Mitzvah in Conservative Judaism.
Even as a skeptical little kid I questioned religion, I suspect motivated then by my sexuality about which I was well aware and which did not concur with all of Torah; and so for five years I challenged my Cantor, charged with my education, so vigorously (annoyingly) that he threatened to deny me my Bar Mitzvah. And so for the last year or so I bit my tongue, though I didn't think that kosher--even if it was then, it certainly isn't any more--and upon accomplishing Bar Mitzvah (my Cantor sung beautifully, hitting all those notes I loved and his face turning purple like I knew it would--I remember teasing him about that), I never again returned to Temple. That was my last day.
I've since taken to study various religions, especially the more esoteric aspects of the major ones and native cultures, particularly including Kabbalah (mystic Judaism), of course, as well as The Rosicrucian Order (mystic Christianity), Sufism (the mysticism of Islam), various Native American spiritualties with an emphasis on Toltec sorcery (the dreaming of Castaneda fame) and Dzogchen (the atiyoga, a somewhat esoteric school of Buddhism).
So how do I feel about religion? Well, to sum up simply, in light of my experience, both my natural dreaming capacities and where I sought answers and explanations (particularly considering that even in just my lifetime, when I was a kid, western science wrongly thought it impossible to be conscious during sleep--so they didn't have those answers I required), I never bought into it but I do see it, mostly in metaphor, as a valid place to explore a store of information and to express experience on a stage for presentation.