The words in italics are channeling in answer to a question for which we were asked to channel a response:
I am a Buddhist. Is Buddhahood and God the same thing?
‘Buddhahood’ is an aspect of Divine Source (or God), an aspect which is in everyone, but which needs attention to encourage it to burgeon forth into the lives you lead.
What you know as ‘Buddhahood’ is a name for the higher vibrational ways of being of wisdom, courage and compassion. An individual who has attained a loving way of being will express these virtues in their life.
‘Buddhahood’ is therefore the expression of higher vibrational ways of being, which someone linked to Divine Source would also do.
There is much muddiness and blurring of boundaries concerning these things.
Each person has their own perception of it all, so there is no right or wrong. If the chosen method of raising one’s vibration feels comfortable and achieves the desired result, there is no need to make such distinctions.
Once attained, a higher vibration needs maintenance. This may require a total change of focus from what has been useful up to that point. If one is truly aligned with Divine Source, this change will not have any feelings of guilt or inappropriateness attached to it – it will flow seamlessly and allow continuum.
‘Buddhahood’ is not the same as ‘God’, which is the question you ask, for ‘God’, or ‘Divine Source’, is All that Is and Buddhahood is an expression of high vibrational virtues.
Do not worry about definitions. To aim to live in a loving manner, is positive and extremely helpful for both yourself as an individual and for humanity and the world.