There are some curious distinctions in the core values of reality.
For example, being or the sense of existence.
We first may recognize this as a sense of I Am.
As we progress spiritually, we can settle into values of pure consciousness beyond the I-sense. There we find a sense of Amness, of our existence without personal identification.
And still deeper, we can come to universal consciousness where the sense is of Isness, an impersonal but universal existence.
That sense first arises when consciousness becomes aware of itself, it becomes aware of its own existence.
“When existence becomes conscious, intelligence becomes intelligent.” as Maharishi Mahesh Yogi famously said (SCI tape 8).
However, when we transcend consciousness into Brahman, even the subtle dualities of conscious / not-conscious and existence / non-existence fall away. It is beyond form and qualities. There is no sense of being there.
However, because it contains the Divine quality of alertness, Brahman can be conscious of itself. Not as consciousness, but as simple alertness.
As we go still deeper, we discover the core, pure Divinity. As it is pure, She is without qualities or distinctions. And yet simultaneously, She is the source of all qualities. She brings us alertness, liveliness, love, intelligence, power, and so much more.
And yes, the Divine has a sense of She, of the Divine Mother from which all is born and have their being.
As the source, she has an unmanifest quality of being. Not overt being as in consciousness but as a subtle Isness. She Is beyond conception.