This article suggests a simple and literal perspective of Nondualism which is neither spiritual nor therapeutic but rather as a statement of non-separation, which is unachievable. The suggestion is, there is no real separation, no person. Separation is only apparent and the person is illusory. There is no real separation to overcome, there is no wholeness to become. Nondualism is not seen as a positive statement of what should be, nor is it a negative statement of what should not be. But rather a statement without positive or negative charge of “what is” already.