A transcendental experience cannot be understood in ordinary ways: meditation detaches our self-reality from our actual reality.
Our actual reality is moments of pure being that gradually become more frequent with practice; our self-reality is the practice of grasping.
Grasping = greedy = excessive desire.
In transcendental moments,
we are almost there and not there.
All we need to do is acknowledge and let go.
Love is acknowledging the transcendental in others.
Wave and they will wave back.
Smile and they will smile back.
That is the transcendent wisdom of understanding.