For some thousand years, mystical practices have been a small but vital part of Christian, Jewish, Islamic, Hindu, and other faiths and native traditions.
Yet those following the mystical path have often been persecuted, being perceived as threatening to the power of the established religious orthodoxy.
It has often been said that true mystics can have more in common with each other than with the more scripture-based adherents from within their own religions.
In an inspiring example of inter-faith dialogue, a Benedictine monk, a Sufi and a Rabbi discuss direct experiences of the Divine from the ancient Jewish Kabbalah, Islamic Sufi practices and monastic contemplation.
Watch the interview at: www.newpilgrimpath.ie.