Chanted and visualized very beautifully (you will have to click on the link that says “Watch On YouTube”):
And a nice explanation:
A translation (found here: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beopseongge):
The Nature of the Dharma embraces everything; there is nothing besides this,
Hence the manifestations of the Mind are unmoving and so, fundamentally quiet.
There is neither name nor form, everything is cut;
Without experiencing enlightenment you cannot know.
Original Nature is unfathomable and sublime;
It never remains the same, but manifests according to affinities.
In the One there is the Many; Many is included in the One,
One is the Many; Many is the One.
A speck of dust swallows the universe;
Each and every speck of dust is also like this.
Countless kalpas are one thought;
One thought is countless kalpas.
The Nine Periods, the Ten Periods are like one
But remaining distinct. This is mysterious and sublime.
The first thought is enlightenment,
Samsara and Nirvana are not two,
The material world, the spiritual world is Just-like-this, without discrimination.
The ten Buddhas and Samantabhadra Bodhisattva always dwell in this great state of the Mahayana.
From the Hae-in Samadhi(Sāgaramudrā-samādhi) of Buddha
Unimaginable abilities come forth at will,
The Dharma, akin to precious treasures, rains upon sentient beings
Then depending on the vessel the individual receives the Dharma accordingly.
So if anyone wants to relish the original state
Without letting go of delusions, they will never succeed.
Free from past karmic ties, saints use wise expedients,
They make each and everyone content in their Original Home.
Bodhisattvas use this Dhāraṇī like a bottomless treasure chest
To decorate and glorify Dharmadhātu, the palace of the Mind.
Sit down in your Original Place and see
That everything is as it is, like Buddha of old.