Here-Now, Just This: Ever-Present, Ever-changing
Non-dual spirituality as I mean it is a perspective that sees all of life as sacred, i.e. worthy of devotion, full of wonder, inconceivable and ungraspable. This kind of spirituality is about direct experience, not belief or dogma. It is focused on Here-Now, not on some imaginary future. We're not trying to get somewhere or get rid of anything. Everywhere is a sacred space—the traffic jam, the office, the toilet—and everything is the Holy Reality.
This kind of spiritual path is pathless and immediate, awake to direct experiencing and to presence itself. We habitually tend to overlook direct experience in favor of our conceptual maps and beliefs, endlessly trying to nail everything down and get control of the uncontrollable by figuring it all out mentally. Awareness sheds light on these conditioned tendencies to grasp, seek, resist, defend, compare and control. It sees through the thought-sense (and the illusion) of separation, encapsulation, fragmentation and personal autonomy. It reveals that the self we think we are is a mental image, a story.
By simply being the aware presence that we naturally are, it becomes clear that reality is seamless and boundless—undivided. There is no inside and outside, no before and after, no separation, no gap, no self or not-self. Awakening from the dream of separation and encapsulation is a present moment letting go into groundlessness, free-falling into the absolute freedom of everything being just as it is—ever-changing, unresolvable, ungraspable, unavoidable, and always Here-Now.