There are those who share outright, blatantly, their direct experiences of the transcendent because they are in awe of them and have not processed the depths of meaning and therefore also the boundaries of those depths. These become stories around the campfire.
There are those who share outright, blatantly, or in metaphorical language, because they are in awe of themselves in the situation. From them are born the lines that gurus and other self-annointed special persons repeat, believing to have plumbed the final depths of (un)reality, usually leading to their demise as they tend to act out harmfully in physical and/or psychological ways.
There are those who encode their experiences in parables that become the architecture of cultures through agreed-upon meaning.
There are those who hide meaning in trickster riddles that only a few will decipher properly.
And then there’s you. You with whom one may share everything in its fullness and rightness only to have you hide it and perhaps go neurotic and special with the details.