The message is that there is nothing that needs to be done and nobody that could do it anyway. The message is that this is already it. The idea that those (apparent people) who “saw” or “see” it don’t need to talk (or don’t talk) about this subject is just a story; and it’s clearly not true (assuming that there are individuals). But the idea that someone saw, or sees, or could talk about it is also incorrect; nobody sees, nobody talks, nobody writes. The absolute appears as all kinds of things, including people writing and talking about non-duality. It’s absolutely free.
Nothing that anybody does strengthens or weakens the self (that has “fantasies”) because it doesn’t exist. It’s totally illusory. Apparent people seem to seek until they don’t. That’s just how it is. There’s nothing wrong or right about it.
Yes, brahman won’t be found not because it can’t be found. But’s it’s only unfindable because it’s all there is. It’s not possible to find something that can never be lost.
It’s true, what I write does sound similar to what Jim Newman and Tony Parsons write and speak. Thanks for pointing that out.