To meditate is about seeing the whole thing, everything as a whole; that is to say: where you in self-forgetful openness are allowing the thing to fill you out.
Meditation is a presence of something, which is not hidden.
It is a presence of something evidently, something the individual has a clear understanding of.
It is a presence of something straightforward, a presence in naturalness.
It is a perception where you so to speak become drawn into the thing, and are melting into a unified wholeness, which contains middle, fullness and light.
Usually this happens in a short glimpse, inconspicuous; what you often describe as intuitive cognition.
Suddenly you understand something. There is no causal explanation for it.