When the mind is silently and automatically walking without thoughts into the on-coming future, then one is the Self as one's true nature. Everything else that human beings do are the result of brain-conditioned reflexes. The Self is where stillness lies. It is the supreme treasure attaied through truth, the path of satya-advaita yoga. There is no sense of joy as ananda for ananda means attachment to conscious actions and considerations, and so belongs to the ego of the body-brain-mind complex.The mind has to be separated from it to find the Self.
Thus whilst God is a real entity it is not the destination. Realising one's true nature, the Self, is the destination. This goes beyond Smadhi with its paramarthika dharma. as it is full liberation, or moksha.
Existence is most fruitful if one discovers one's true nature and then being that Self: that is liberation (moksha).
And that true nature is universal, the same for everyone as the one and only Self: Hindus know it as Brahman. The mind has lost all attachments as atman and become Brahman the Self. This is why it is said thet 'tat tvam asi", or Thou art That. and Brahmavid Brahmaiva Bhavati meaning He who knows Brahma verily becomes Brahma.
Advaita in its various conceptions cannot be separated from dharma, which is counterproductive to Self-realisation, the ultimate goal.
Once one is Self-realised there are no truths left to discover so satya-advaita yoga has reached its climactic end.