“Perception” means notions, reflections and thoughts. It changes over time and space. Therefore, there is no need to be attached to it.
Volition, in one sense, means the constant change and shifting of our thoughts in time. It marks the Buddhist idea of impermanence and teaches us not to become attached.
The sixth consciousness, or the consciousness of the mind, functions either independently or along with the five sensory organs, and is constantly changing and in flux.
The practice of Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara, or Guanyin Bodhisattva, includes the method of Perfect Penetration through the Faculty of Hearing, which benefits the self, as well as the relieving of suffering to benefit others.
The practice of Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara, or Guanyin Bodhisattva, includes seven methods, of which Perfect Penetration Through the Faculty of Hearing and Perceiving the Five Aggregates as Empty are the two main methods.
Reciting the name of Guanyin Bodhisattva or the Six Syllable Mantra is also a method of Guanyin's practice.
Reciting the Dharani of the White-robed Bodhisattva can help reduce our karmic obstacles. But the most important is that we come to study and learn the Dharma ourselves.
Guyanyin Bodhisattva listens to calls for help and relieves suffering by manifesting in different forms.