The dissolution of such conflict comes in recognizing the truth which nonduality suggests. The I-thought can disassemble into the source of its Being. Then the outcome of any choice, being made by this particular manifestation of the Source of all activity (this “person”), is seen to ultimately make no difference. “Clinging” to (the importance of) choices, ceases. One observes the choices that are being made, and their outcome, without concern, without feelings of conflict.
This is what is called “choiceless awareness.” – Robert Wolfe

Quote is from the book: Robert Wolfe – Abiding in Nondual Awareness: exploring the further implications of living nonduality