Therefore, how would one know he is transcending goodness and badness unless he is somewhat in a vegetative state (or unconscious state)? And what is so beneficial about that? Further, if they are relative and subjective terms to the individual or outsiders, then there is no use calling someone good or bad. Because there is no standard other than one's own.
There's nothing like unconsciousness.
We can say that the surface or frontal consciousness recedes or ascends as say during trance, stasis, sleep or coma into the subliminal depths or that it sinks into the subconscient or merges with the higher planes of consciousness that lie within the force fields of the body or in planes of consciousness above the head with each plane having its own degree of frequency and innate phenomena/laws.
Obviously, you've neither the understanding nor the direct experience of the yogic states of consciousness.
That is entering into yoga and the states of consciousness and the awareness, knowledge and power that're acquired on account of merging in each subtle plane...
I won't go into this profound subject. I've written pages on this discipline and yet the subject matter remains incomplete.