If you have enough belief in your practice, then everything is beautiful, peaceful, and quiet
Lamasang always wanted you beside him and close to him and not stretched too far away. This student-teacher commitment is called samaya. If one’s samaya is not pure, there will be no results, even though one runs around the world millions of times.
Actually, dharma practice is simple if you keep it simple, but you can make it complicated due to your desire and then just see it as good entertainment, a show. If you have enough belief in your practice, then everything is beautiful, peaceful, and quiet. Not only Lamasang and I say this, but all the masters. They require strong, genuine, and unchangeable faith in the guru, practice, and the lineage. Therefore, you all should stay calm, stable, and focused on the homework given to you by Lamasang.
Hungkar Dorje Rinpoche, “Our Samaya with Lamasang”