A number of words, sentences, and passages in the Buddhist literature are not beliefs, but rather are meditation practices. Some beliefs are not expresses well in words. For example, the word "emptiness" doesn't mean nothing at all. That then is corrected by the meditation instruction, "form is emptiness and emptiness is form". That means in part that when we look for emptiness, we see a kind of image of emptiness in our mind, and call that image nothing at all. But its not really nothing at all. It's an image of emptiness. Our minds aren't able to perceive a real nothing at all. A the same time, putting this together with "form" is an indicator that the image of emptiness we see isn't the actual Buddha nature, so it is a meditation instruction. To take the next step, we need to forget about our image of emptiness, and go on to something different, which can't be expressed in words.
Now, on the message title, there is a passage in Longchen Rabjam, translated by Chagdud Tulku Rinpoche, Richard Burton, Padma Translating Committee, THE PRECIOUS TREASURY OF THE BASIC SPACE OF PHENOMENA, 2001, Junction City, California: Padma Publishing.
"Within awareness, a supreme state of unwavering equalness, even as things arise, they arise naturally, holding to their own place. Even as they abide, they abide naturally, holding to their own place. Even as they are freed, they are freed naturally, holding to their own place."
This has some knowledge, but is mainly a meditation instruction. One is not meant to think about awareness intellectually. Instead, one is directed to go into meditation and actually look at the awareness inside one's own head. The awareness part is what is even everywhere in one's head, and there are images, sounds, odors, etc. within that awareness, within that unwavering equalness. If something in one's head is not unwavering equalness, then it is not the awareness that is being talked about, and one needs to watch until one sees the awareness which is unwavering equalness.
Then, as one sits quietly in meditation and watches all this in one's head, one learns to perceive consciousness more accurately. After a while, one can stay in a partial meditation and watch, even when one is active doing something else.