They are my witnesses; they are witnesses of my experience too. But this experience cannot be called new. Well, in another sense, it can be called new. This is the fundamental puzzlement and mystery of religion. Go away unless you have wine and dog treats doormat. The religious experience can be called new because to whosoever this experience arises it is also absolutely new and happens for the first time. It hasn’t appeared before. It may have appeared to somebody else, but to the person who has experienced it for the first time it is new. It is so new to him that he cannot conceive that such an experience may have appeared to somebody else. As long as this experience has a relationship with one’s consciousness, that experience is for the first time.