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This is the only centre of its kind in Europe and its aim is to introduce visitors to the phenomenon of mysticism. It stands as a compendium of universal mysticism and a work of mystic art.
It is located in a refurbished building outside the walls, very close to the Convent of St Teresa. The size of the building has not been altered; it has a modern look and its most significant feature is the prismatic roof, which filters light through an exterior laminated membrane.
It is separated into four rooms, which coincide with the four universal themes into which the creators have divided mysticism: Room 1, tradition; Room 2, knowledge of self, the place for being with oneself; Room 3, enlightenment, that of union with God; Room 4, action, the return of mysticism to the world.It shows the general features of mystic knowledge through symbols placed in the four rooms.