We cannot think about transcendence. We cannot talk about it. We can only experience it-- without attempting to say what we experienced. Without saying anything about it. Leading Heinrich Zimmer to observe, "The best things cannot be said, the second-best things create confusion (By trying to discuss/explain the best things), leaving us to talk about the third-best things (News, weather, sports, opinion and gossip)." Emptiness, stillness and silence are avenues to transcendence, art, music and nature are portals to transcendence, but the experience of transcendence can occur anywhere at any time. Serendipity, coincidence, synchronicity, miracle and mystery are all contact points with transcendence. Being alert to it and aware of it transport us into it, and enable us to recognize it as the ground of life and being. It is holy ground, sacred space. It is where we come from, where we are going, and where we are-- all of which we know once we see with eyes that see. It takes a lot of looking to be able to see.