The philosophy of Self-Realization loosely refers to a "one-ness" of you with everything and with nothing that is realized through experience instead of knowledge. It is related to ideas espoused in several old Eastern religious teachings, but is not actually a religious idea itself in that modern proponents of self-realization such as Gangaji (AKA Merle Antoinette Roberson) and Ramana Maharshi suggest that all things have meaning in that they exist, and through existence you must experience meaning no matter how it is presented to you by reality. Self-Realization as a concept implies that consciousness in some way transcends both reality as we experience it and objectivism as we understand it, meaning that the concept of objective reality is neither wrong nor right, simply meaningless. How does self-realization as a concept interact with the ideas of objectivism, reality, and meaning in the ways we try to convey it to other people, (such as with language, math, science, laws, structure, etc.)? My understanding of self-realization is that attempts to communicate these things using objective structures are not meaningless, it is just impossible for them to contain exact meaning within the context of objective truth. Is self-realization incompatible with objectivism, or simply incompatible with communicated objectivism?