A TREATISE ON THE ENLIGHTENMENT TEACHINGS OF
A critical but balanced commentary on the Enlightenment I teachings of Massoro, the good and the bad. Excellent choice to experientially understand some aspects of Ramana Maharshi's and Nisargadatta's Advaita, but not other aspects.
A great deal of his text's value rests on his convincing you of the properties of presence-energy, which is always and ever available. You have to find this in yourself, or create this experience in yourself to be able to use his methodology.
But he gets better when talking about awareness, always and ever available and aware--even when it is not. He gives an experiential feel for the Advaita terms, and is rather convincing that you have to believe his story that connects all the threads.