"[T]he important point is that in the Nondual traditions, you take a vow, a very sacred vow, which is the foundation of all of your training, and the vow is that you will not disappear into cessation - you will not hide out in nirvana, you will not evaporate in nirodh, you will not abandon the world by tucking yourself into nirvikalpa. Rather you promise to ride out the surf of samsara until all beings caught in the surf can see that it is just a manifestation of Emptiness. Your vow is to pass through cessation and into Nonduality as quickly as possible, so you can help all beings recognize the Unborn in the very midst of their born existence." (Ken Wilber, A Brief History of Everything, Realms of the Superconscious, Part 2, p. 360).
These are - you could say - the ethics of enlightenment (as well as the ethics of addiction).