As said, free will exists... namely will free of a self..
If there is no-self, it's a bit of a silly question to ask if you have the freedom to choose. You are just a soup of 5 aggregates, body, feeling, perception, volition
, consciousness. The will can be seen as part of the volitions. Therefore you have no will, but you are
At times it may be quite clear that we have no freedom of choice, often we don't even have the power to stop your mind from thinking... See deep and you may see will comes after an action. You do/think something and then afterwards the will kicks in claiming it was voluntary.. which it wasn't.
I personally like this simile:http://media.bswa.org/documents/Brahm60.pdf
Page 39. (for some reason I can't copy/paste it here)
Freedom from will is better than 'free of will'. It's very peaceful to let yourself be taken by the river of life. Also, it makes forgiving yourself and others much more easy.
However, fully embracing this is not so easy, so maybe don't bend your mind too much over this, you may go crazy.
When I once asked a monk, he replied by saying something in the lines of "it does not matter whether there is free will or not, as long as you practice".