Seeds are planted in the world of form, and as form, allowing the field of seeing and seen to awaken to its own nature, inherently absent of I anywhere.
And seeds are planted in the world of form inviting the human self to continue to actively heal, mature and develop, before and after this awakening.
The field remains the same in its formless aspect, as emptiness and awareness. It is timeless, untouched by form. Yet, as form, it is not only never the same, it evolves.
And planting a seed in the human self, inviting it to continue to develop even after it is released from any sense of I, allows it to more consciously take part in this evolution. It allows it to continue to play the game, even after the field of seeing and seen has awakened to its absence of I anywhere.
It allows it to be more actively engaged in its own unfolding as an infinitely small aspect of the evolution of the world of form as a whole.