When one reads things like "Miraculous Awareness", one might get caught. These words are true, but I think it's a habit, for some, to make them more than what they are. For instance, one might think it's something big. It's not. It's not amazing or all knowing. It's not anything really. Just what it is.
What I'm trying to say is just , sometimes, one might focus on the words more than one focuses on the practice. The words express the practice, but are just words. They are a guide only, or an expression.
From when we were wee little tots we've associated certain ideas and meanings with words. Our vocabulary expanded with time and we started asking more questions, a vocabulary arose that added further meaning to new ideas.
When we were kids we said: "No. Yucky. Boo boo." etc.. As we got older we say Enlightenment, Awareness, solitude, matrimony, non-thinking, Guru, wise, inexpressible, truth, and so on. The words are not action. They are an idea (A lot of the time, a presumption).
How can we possibly know what Enlightenment is? We might have this idea that it's something...what?... great? etc. etc.. But that's an idea. One who is "Enlightened" doesn't talk about "Enlightenment", or have a view of what it is . So, we read the word Enlightenment, and think that "it must be something great". But seriously, how could you even begin to understand that word?
So, words like Awareness, and Oneness are not the experience or idea of "Awareness" or "Oneness". They are only a guide to express this practice.