A reasonable, beautiful, thought-out worldview that is grounded in Vedic premises (with Alexander's Space-Time being conceptually akin to Brahman). There's a comprehensive, turnkey quality to this perspective. A wonderful, and, in some ways, very pragmatic extension of Spinoza-style pantheism. Of particular note (to me and hopefully you) is the graded/scaled notion of deity/divinity. In sum, a great example of Western nondual tradition.

https://www.amazon.com/Space-Time-Deity-Lectures-1916-1918/dp/1290122644/ref=sr12?ie=UTF8&qid=1475744071&sr=8-2&keywords=samuel+alexander