I'm Jewish by culture and upbringing but SO not into the Big Guy with the Beard in the Sky.
I'm an avid herbalist, and I've been making my family's first aid and minor illness cures for years. Oddly enough for a mainstream-trained physician, I don't believe in using herbs as isolated preparations, like concentrated St. John's Wort for depression, so much as the Old Ways of using the whole plant. I feel very much in tune with plant energy in that way.
I also, over the years, have had profound experiences that lead me to appreciate energies. (If anyone is interested, I almost killed someone by saying the wrong thing---and my resident saved the patient by saying the right thing after I almost killed her. I'll tell the story on request.) If that's not a spell, I don't know what is.
That experience (from when I was a medical student) and many others over the years, have made me sort of pagan by default.
I enjoy reading the literature about goddess worship in Canaan, and its influence on the early Hebrews as a way of understanding how the Jews lost their Goddess.
And finally, as a disciplined meditator, I have a growing awareness of how all things are interconnected, that shimmering web of being within which we are all embedded.
I actually have a hunger for a 'tribe' of my own, and I consider myself as one who is seeking a spiritual community, tribe, and 'home.'