O monks, you should focus on four things. What are these four? To focus on the teachings and not focus on the individual; to focus on the meaning and not focus on the words; to focus on timeless awareness and not focus on ordinary consciousness; and to focus on the definitive meaning and not focus on the meaning that guides. These four things are things to be realized; they are not four kinds of spiritual individuals.
From The Treasury of Knowledge: Book Seven and Book Eight, Parts One and Two: Foundations of Buddhist Study and Practice by Jamgön Kongtrul, page 67