I'm a firm believer that brevity is the essence of communication. If you are being misunderstood, perhaps it's time to peel back the circuitous ornamentation and extra words and get to the nuts and bolts of what it is you are trying to convey.
"The world as it appears to common sense consists of an indefinite number of successive and presumably causally connected events, involving an indefinite number of separate, individual things, lives and thoughts, the whole constituting a presumably orderly cosmos. It is in order to describe, discuss and manage this common-sense universe that human languages have been developed.
"Whenever, for any reason, we wish to think of the world, not as it appears to common sense, but as a continuum, we find that our traditional syntax and vocabulary are quite inadequate. Mathematicians have therefore been compelled to invent radically new symbol-systems for this express purpose. But the divine Ground of all existence is not merely a continuum, it is also out of time, and different, not merely in degree, but in kind from the worlds to which traditional language and the languages of mathematics are adequate. Hence, in all expositions of the Perennial Philosophy, the frequency of paradox, or verbal extravagance, sometimes even of seeming blasphemy. Nobody has yet invented a Spiritual Calculus, in terms of which we may talk coherently about the divine Ground and of the world conceived as its manifestation. For the present, therefore, we must be patient with the linguistic eccentricities of those who are compelled to describe one order of experience in terms of a symbol-system, whose relevance is to the facts of another and quite different order.
"So far, then as a fully adequate expression of the Perennial Philosophy is concerned, there exists a problem in semantics that is finally insoluble. The fact is one which must be steadily borne in mind by all who read its formulations. Only in this way shall we be able to understand even remotely what is being talked about."
- Aldous Huxley, The Perennial Philosophy
Your first paragraph tells me: Human languages have been developed for the 3D (illusion) world we find ourselves in.
Your second paragraph tells me: These languages are not suitable for describing the unseen, underlying reality and we must resort to symbolism and metaphor in an attempt to give some idea of it.
Your third paragraph tells me: This substitution can only ever be partially successful and we should bear that in mind at all times.
Seriously Ambrosius, This is the 'nuts and bolts' of it. This is all you needed to say. I already know this a long time, so I learn nothing new. All the rest of it (which I'm sure you believe would give me fuller understanding... if only I would study all of it carefully), is the ornamentation.
I tried. I studied your words until my eyes watered. Sorry, but I see only elementary information all decorated up, like a wedding cake.