Buddha ~ Choices from the Void


I am the Wayfarer. I am the big Buddha. I have nothing to give you and I want everything. And I want nothing and I give you all. My message to you is that you are the void. You are the nothingness and you are the air. You are the Source and you are the One.

I know there is much fascination upon earth and elsewhere, believe me, about personality. It is not so much getting beyond personality as embracing and understanding that it is simply a manifestation that you choose, a way in which you delight in putting yourself forward in the spectrum of humanity known as space and time, a way in which you experience each other. That is why you take form, it is to be spirit in form. But why, what for? To experience each other.

This is why I always position myself under a tree, or go walking through the villages where there is always a great deal to see. I would suggest you do the same. Even if you choose to be stationary, make sure that you place yourself at an intersection where you are going to encounter a great number of people. You are already the void, so you do not have to go into it. You are already eternity, so you do not need to seek it.

There will be corrections of understandings on many levels on this human place: this issue of salvation, of heaven and hell, good and evil. It is simply energy being directed the way you are choosing. So the question I ask of you is, “how do you choose?” For you are orchestrating this. You are taking the molecules and the atoms, and you are playing with them, allowing them to dance in front of you in various forms. But that play is not the whole of who you are.

I wish to return to the issue of service and to the issue of teaching, for teaching should be playful. Where there is no laughter, there is no Light – it does not matter whether it is a Buddhist monastery or a Catholic nunnery. It does not accomplish anything if there is not laughter. If there is not Light, if you are not part of the Light, the energy of One, then you are “not.”

So, do you choose not to be, to eliminate yourself, or do you choose to expand into the One? It is the choice beyond choice and it is in the embracing of your own being that you embrace whole. Farewell