عنوان مقاله [English]
The origin of mystical interpretations, which is somehow related to the school of Islamic mysticism, is one of the important issues in understanding the style and method of mystical interpretation and its basic elements, and especially the exchange effect of this school and the influence of Qur'anic interpretation method from the non-Islamic teachings. This article uses analytical and descriptive methods, while analyzing and re-reading mystical ideas in Judaism and Christianity, seeks to answer the question of the relationship between mystical interpretations and Judeo-Christian mystical schools. The most important result of this study is that the influence of the teachings of mystical schools such as Christian and Jewish mysticism on Islamic mysticism and mystical interpretations has been only in order to complete or enrich the teachings of this school and the method of interpretation. Likewise, the assumption that mysticism and mystical interpretation must inevitably have a non-Islamic origin is unjustified and unacceptable; although, over the years, various philosophical and religious ideas have entered this process.