Looking at the different nondual teachers, some of their approaches seem a little onesided.
Some emphasize awakening to the Absolute, and don’t say much about integration.
Some emphasize integration, and not the awakening.
Others emphasize the perfection of it all, as it is, and don’t emphasize the awakening.
Some emphasize the need to awaken, and not the perfection of it all, as it already is.
And I am sure there are other ways to be onesided about it as well.
Ramana Maharshi seems to fall into the first category. Tony Parsons in the third. And many fall into the fourth category.