NONDUALITY is relatively easy to grasp conceptually. There can be an immediate recognition of the actuality of what is being pointed to, and a sense that one has arrived at the understanding. Yet, the understanding is not a destination. There is no final state. Peter and Kalyani offer a respectful yet rigorous inquiry into what is being pointed to.
Assumptions held about identity and being are uncovered, revealing that any notion of separation is only thought-based and has no actuality. The unexamined assumption, the space from where the looking is taking place is thoroughly investigated.
The inquiry focuses on undercutting the mind-net of the thinking machinery, revealing blind spots and faulty reasoning, pointing directly to what is being alluded to,and facilitating moving from conceptual to direct understanding.
There is no peddling of enlightenment experiences or conceptual understanding. There is simply the end of needing to search and an end to the psychological baggage accompanying that need.