It’s hard to describe Brahman as words use comparison and qualities to give meaning. Brahman itself is well beyond that. While we might have some idea about it, even based on inner experiences of emptiness or similar, Brahman can only be known by itself. It isn’t known through our usual way of experiencing, consciousness.
(We do come to know Brahman in the world but as with Self Realization, we usually unfold it “within” first.)
Brahman is also radically inclusive in ways experiencing doesn’t give us. For example, Brahman is nothing and yet inclusive of everything. Brahman is both being and non-being, conscious and not conscious.
From a Brahman perspective, the world was never created. And yet the world is here. Everything happened at the same time, never happened, and is unfolding through time. All become simultaneously true in Brahman.
Prior to Brahman stage, there’s becoming Self Realized, then God Consciousness (potentially), and then Unity. Each stage is exclusive of the others and it’s hard to remember what the prior was like as it’s no longer our reality. Post-Brahman, we become inclusive of all stages.
Consciousness wakes up to itself. Brahman is ever awake and ever asleep.
Because of this inclusiveness, Brahman can’t be groked by the mind. The mind doesn’t work this way. But we can know it when we know ourselves to be it.
With Refined Brahman, intensely bright light arises and very subtle qualities of Divinity begin to be noticed. This sets the stage for Pure Divinity.