"This experience of flipping our consciousness can happen with the simplest method. The method must be immediate. If it is complicated, we may be carried away by what we are trying to resolve before we free ourselves from the entanglement.
The radical master Tilopa said, "Inquire into the mind using the mind itself. All concepts will cease and you will see what the nature of mind is." Just like that, the method that Tilopa taught is also central to many of the nondogmatic teachings of the Buddhist Masters. What he is saying is that if you just take a moment to stop the mind from constantly perpetuating habitual patterns, you will enjoy witnessing the highest form of freedom in that moment.
Mind's habit stops in that inquiry without anything further to be done. This inquiry has no esoteric meaning. It is a sudden entering into your own nonconceptual awareness. This is a method of flipping the consciousness from the side of confusion to the side of clarity."