All true spiritual and religious teaching leads to the same thing.
Some are deeper than others depending on where we are in the desire realm.
The goal is to get us closer to our true nature.
This is new age nonsense, I'm sorry, friend.
The fact that many religions share some similarities, in some cases superficial, doesn't mean they teach the same. They clearly don't.
I'm sure you mean well, but you are not doing a good service to anyone by saying things like that.
"Some are deeper than others"
All spiritual teaching no matter whether it's from Catholic, Baptist, Buddhist, or the original Hebrew text that was used in the Bible has a level of depth to it. Tantra is deeper than Sutra for example.
In Buddhist Tantra it is taught that each of us is born in different realms according to our Karma. If we have a low birth then a teaching will appear high while the same teaching to a high birthed person will determine it as low. This is what I mean by some teachings are deeper than others depending on where we are in the desire realm. This is Buddhism, not something made up.
"The goal is to get us closer to our true nature."
As buddhists this is why we meditate.
For people of other religions they have the same nature as Buddhist. We are all human.
People of other religions strive for Heaven and they get closer to their nature through faith, merit, worship, and devotion (church).
Wisdom is the apparent difference between Buddhists and other religions.
Anyone recognize these practices by the way?
This is new age nonesense.