But then you don’t have to finish everything at one time, just focus in the one singular syllable. And if focusing on one single syllable is challenging, then you should focus into an actual statue that you put in front of you, and you look at that, with your mind combined together, not thinking anything beyond that, anything before that, simply that.
And then after that, you try to meditate with sound. When I say sound, it doesn’t mean music. It means the echo of the sound. And then you simply listen to the echo of the sound, not the sound, music, instrument, not the lyrics, but rather the echo of sound, and listen to the echo of the sound as it is, no imagination from it, or before that. So just simply witnessing the echoing of the sound.
And then slowly when people are talking, or in the large gathering, and then just simply listening to that echo of the sound. And then that’s how you develop the sense of awareness. And then slowly you can transform that state of awareness and that strength of your mind, into an actual visualization of the six-syllable, or one single syllable, and Avalokiteshvara, and the transmission of all radiance and colors and liberating all the sentient beings and completing with a dedication.
So that’s that.
Facebook livestream – 15 November 2020