The title of this article is invalid. It’s designed to point to one of the paradoxes of Brahman. Brahman is a total unification that is inclusive of everything, including such subtle dualities as consciousness and existence. And yet it is nothing. There is nothing to experience in pure Brahman.
In Unity, the subject and object of perception in the self-referral dynamics of consciousness collapse together, leaving only experiencing. In Brahman, even experiencing is merged leaving only knowing. Brahman is the knower of Brahman.
Some people like myself have a path that includes Karma Yoga, the path of of perception. That can serve us very well through awakening and Unity.
But when we move beyond Unity into Brahman, there has to be a reset. Brahman is known by Brahman, not by experiencing.
This includes the world. The world is Brahman. This means the world is not its appearance – the reality is Brahman. It is known rather than experienced.
(This is not the same as world as illusion, an effect of the guna of transformation.)
Noticing this can be a key aspect of the shift from Brahman into Refined Brahman. For the refined aspects of Unity to return into the new context of Brahman, there has to be that shift from expecting experiencing to knowing. Otherwise, Brahman remains flat.