It depends on how you define ‘save you’?
You cannot be more than what you are. You are here in the now – being saved implies the need for something in the future, anticipating a fear-based construct.
Spiritualism is not something that you can purchase to ‘save’ you. It is not something that you can ‘get’ to give you a preferred edge to life. It will however change your perspectives, broaden your outlook and give you more peace and happiness. If this is your idea of being ‘saved’ then it will provide it.
There is nothing to be saved from. Everything takes place perfectly at the pace that you want it to be, as you are the creator of your reality. You were born in this physicality to have experiences, to learn lessons, and evolve your eternal spirit. Everything is therefore welcome to facilitate your growth, expansion and learning.
Everything works out the way it is supposed to, whether or not you think it so. There is no need to perceive a need to be ‘saved’. There is nothing to be ‘saved’ from.