Our experience is truly without borders, edges or separation.
Therefore, the notion that the world is made up of divisions between self and other, good and bad, here and there, past and future, does not make sense.
We only seem to experience these divisions. These divisions do not really exist, so we do not really experience them.
Nondualism, it is argued, can correct the misinterpretation of our experience and restore our original wholeness.
from: Nondualism in Western Philosophy (2007)