First off, doing good for ourselves and others is not a choice living Brahman. However, how is this even possible, doing good, with all the choices made on a daily basis, big and small? Depth, clarity, and experience solve the problem – all ways.
Living Brahman, we continuously have access to the three worlds, and this is a great practical advantage in living a smoother, more successful life. Prior to this, we may always have a sense, a conscience about what is good or bad, but more clarity on this can only help. Rather than try to solve any problem solely by reason, by others, book study, or mental gymnastics, all we need to do is recognize our Divinity and move towards it, towards expansion, truth, and light.
The process begins with establishing ourselves in Being, a foundation of Infinite Potential, of innocent connection with all life. Once this Being clarifies and purifies itself into Divinity within, we now have a compass to choose good over bad. Good serves Divinity, and bad doesn’t. Simple.
Depth is needed for the awareness to be Cosmic, clarity is needed to see what is really there, and experience is needed to refine the discrimination over time. An added bonus is that whatever karma we generate is positive too. Some say that due to non-attachment there is no karma generated, but the body vehicle continues on the earth, and for such a practical purpose the individual karma does return in Infinite good measure. Otherwise, relative progress would be impossible.
This being the case, with Divinity established within, and sailing us forward in the world, doing good becomes a joy. Why wouldn’t it be? It is devoid of beliefs or expectations, and yet provides a rich source of confidence and fulfillment, to endlessly serve. The world is seen subjectively as a different place, as a place of opportunity and large dreams.
We can begin to reach deep within to our lifetimes of soul desires, and take them on. The world now serves as the stage for our fulfillment, not simply rationalized in analogous terms or for a fleeting series of moments, but permanently, infinitely. This is because as servants of the Divine, as we clearly and deeply recognize the active value in doing good, we are given more and more tools to achieve this, until the very reins of time and space are proffered, and we accept them in all humility, responsibility, strength, and dignity.
The difference between doing good in the context of Totality, and the humble supplications of the past, is the strength of Brahman. Seeing the three worlds always with eyes open, always in complete surrender to the Grand Creation, neutral, yet always innocently favoring the good, doing good, allowing Divinity to be expressed.
There is no doubt or weakness acting in this way, as all thought and action is sure of its direction and its success, under any and all circumstances found on this planet, and in this Cosmos. Totality knows itself, and it is by definition and existence, unstoppable.
Brahman chooses good on the background of Totality, and by making a conscious choice, an active choice, brings Heaven on Earth.