[From] Day Until Night [Be] Mindful [Of The] Buddha
[When] aloud reciting, then can [there be] reciting [of the] six words (Námó Āmítuófó).
[When with the] mind within silently reciting, [as with] words many [is it] difficult [to] recite, [it is] suitable [to] recite [the] four words (Āmítuófó).
From day until night, [when] falling asleep then allowing that [to] be, [when] waking up immediately continue [to] recite.
With reciting [of the] Buddha[‘s name] as one’s life’s original destiny [for realising self-nature], definitely not [for] a short time letting [it] go, hopefully can [there be] transcending [of the] ordinary [to] enter [the] noble, [to] liberate [from the cycle of] birth [and] death, [with] rebirth [in the] Western [Pure Land Of Ultimate Bliss].
Pure Land Tradition’s 13th Patriarch Great Master Yìnguāng
Dharma Master Yìnguāng’s Collected Writings (Second Compilation): Reply Letter [To] Tāng Huìzhèn;
Record [Of] Great Master Yìnguāng’s Collected Writings’ Essence (59th Short Section): 3rd [Chapter]: Guidance [On] Practice Methods: First, Guidance [On] Mindfulness [Of] Buddha’s Methods (7th Short Section)
[Ref: #59 / 3.1.7]
Namo Amituofo : Translation by Shen Shi’an
Record Of Great Master Yìnguāng’s Collected Writings’ Essence
Please be mindful of your speech, Amituofo!