I have shared many times that direct Revelation of Truth is indescribable. Truth is so wholly unlike the relative experience of perception that I can no more describe It than I could describe a color to a blind person. There is nothing to which to compare It because it is All-That-is.
What I do say is that Truth is Wholeness beyond any experience of wholeness at the relative level because at the relative level wholeness is always experienced in relation to lack. It corrects lack. But Truth does not occur in relation to anything else. Also, Truth is beyond experience.
The highest level of awareness (consciousness; perception) that one can attain at the relative level of perception is the Awareness of Truth (Holy Spirit). The effect of this is an experience of Oneness. And, truly, this, too, cannot be adequately described, though many of us have tried!
At the level of perception, where all is relative, Oneness “bleeds through” into duality as an experience of “One with” what or whomever is appearing before you or in your mind. This is a startling experience for a mind that is used to feeling apart from a world it experiences as outside of it! A Course in Miracles uses the word “extension” for this experience and it is a very accurate word for the experience because your sense of being extends. You are no longer “contained” by a body. It is a joyous experience, of course, because it’s the truth!
The more you have the experience of extension the less startling it is. And, in time, you understand the “with” is not necessary to describe Oneness. With what would What is everywhere be? Oneness is simply the Content of the moment. And there is nothing more to say.
As a teacher, I seek to describe experiences as accurately as possible. But with Oneness, as with Revelation, I have to accept I cannot. I can get closer with Oneness than with Revelation, but the hammer still glances off that nail. I can’t quite land it; I simply cannot capture Oneness in words.
If you have not experienced Oneness you will recognize the experience when you do. And then you will say that so-and-so A doesn’t come close to describing It but so-and-so B does…but only close. Everyone seeks for the right words and/or metaphors, but can get only so close.