Sufism or Sufi
The most well known Jewish mystical sect is known as Kabbalah. The sect started some time in the twelfth century, and translates into 'received tradition.' Kabbalists believe they are charged with revealing the mystical elements within the Torah. The main book of Kabbalah is known as the Zohar.
Neither Orthodox Sunnis nor Orthodox Shiites are terribly mystical. The mystical form of Islam is best known as Sufism. Most Sufis are considered Sunni Muslims, but live and act in a way quite different than the Orthodox Sunnis.
Islam tradition is reading quran and pray and do what prophet mohammed (PBUH) did
Sufi is a word associated with the Muslim religion. It is defined by its adherents as the inner mystical dimension of Islam. It acts as a science through which one can only know how to travel into the presence of the divine.
Sufism is mainly practiced by the Muslims. But the Hindus, the Buddhists and the Christians also practice Sufism.
Kabbalistic writings are contained in the Zohar.