There are many words to describe reality, but the ultimate reality is one. Whatever our religion or language, whatever word we use to describe God or the ultimate reality, that reality is the same.
In order to understand any religion or mysticism, one must understand the way energy and matter function throughout all the dimensions of the universe. This knowledge is represented in the metaphysics or mathematics of every religion, which all emerge from the same source.
Kabbalah is a Hebrew word that describes what is studied in every religion. The Hebrew word Kabbalah refers to the study of the fundamental laws that support all existence and non-existence.
Although Kabbalah is commonly believed to be exclusively Jewish, study reveals that every religion in the world teaches Kabbalah.
"One is filled with admiration, on penetrating into the Sanctuary of the Kabalah, at seeing a doctrine so logical, so simple, and at the same time so absolute. The necessary union of ideas and signs, the consecration of the most fundamental realities by the primitive characters; the Trinity of Words, Letters, and Numbers; a philosophy simple as the alphabet, profound and infinite as the Word; theorems more complete and luminous than those of Pythagoras; a theology summed up by counting on one's fingers; an Infinite which can be held in the hollow of an infant's hand; ten ciphers and twenty-two letters, a triangle, a square, and a circle,--these are all the elements of the Kabalah. These are the elementary principles of the written Word, reflection of that spoken Word that created the world!" - Albert Pike, quoting from Transcendental Magic by Eliphas Levi
"The most elevated form of thinking is non-thinking. When one achieves the stillness and silence of the mind, the “I” with all its passions, dens, appetites, fears, affections, etc. becomes absent. It is only in the absence of the “I,” in the absence of the mind, that the Buddhata can awaken to unite with the Inner Self and take us to ecstasy."