Three Approaches to Feeling
Focusing one-pointedly on the feeling as such belongs to "intensive recollection of feeling," which is a practice of the shrāvakayāna.
Intensive recollection of feeling is also practiced in the mahāyāna, but there the focus of attention is directed towards the feeling's lack of a substantial nature.
Resting naturally in the essence of the feeling is mahāmudrā meditation.
Composed by Khenpo Tsultrim Gyamtso Rinpoche, at Rocky Mountain Dharma Center, in the summer of 1991. Commentary on Ocean of True Meaning.
Translated by Jim Scott.