In Greek mythology, Narcissus drowns because he's fixated on the beauty of his own reflection in a pool of water.
That's why we call arrogant, selfish people narcissists.
I recently discovered a similar word: narcigesis.
To understand narcigesis, we must first understand exegesis.
Exegesis is the preferred method of Bible teaching. It means explaining Scripture after careful study of the words, the context, and the Bible as a whole.
Narcigesis is quite different and quite popular.
It explains a passage of Scripture with the focus on man, not God. Blending Scripture with cultural errors, narcigesis promises health, wealth and carefree living. Passages on personal responsibility and personal sin are ignored or "reinterpreted."
Narcigesis is one reason Colossians 2:8 says, "Don't let anyone capture you with empty philosophies and high-sounding nonsense that come from human thinking and from the spiritual powers of this world, rather than from Christ." NLT