It is less of an experience and more of a a pure state of being. Each moment is sacred, whether the saint is brushing her teeth or sweeping his floor. Being in samadhi doesn’t mean you have to sit for hours in painful positions. It means being in the present moment at all times and not being dragged away from it by the fears, likes, and dislikes of the ego-mind’s drama.
In the state of samadhi, the saint sees only oneness in all occurrences of life and finds deep peace therein. The enlightened being does not pay homage to worry or fear. She does not feel anxiety because she knows there are no barriers between her needs and their fulfillment. But usually the saint does not have many needs because he is happy within himself and is not seeking for something outside him to complete his picture of bliss.
In this bliss of samadhi, all suffering disappears. Samadhi is not the same thing as fun moments at the amusement park or at a party. That sort of happiness is fleeting. Samadhi is a remembrance of our own divinity. It is the feeling of being in the presence of Diving Source of the Universe and being at one with this Divine Source at the same time.