Kathaṃ panāyaṃ uppādetabbāti?
Ñ(XIII,4): But how is this [divine ear element] aroused?
Tena bhikkhunā abhiññāpādakajjhānaṃ samāpajjitvā vuṭṭhāya parikammasamādhicittena paṭhamataraṃ pakatisotapathe dūre oḷāriko araññe sīhādīnaṃ saddo āvajjitabbo.
瑜伽比丘，[PTS 408] 入了神通的基础禅，出定之后，以遍作（准备）定心，最先当念由自然（肉）耳听到的远处森林中的狮子等的粗声，
Ñ: The bhikkhu  should attain jhāna as basis for direct-knowledge and emerge. Then, with the consciousness belonging to the preliminary-work concentration, he should advert first to the gross sounds in the distance normally within range of hearing: the sound in the forest of lions, etc.,
Vihāre ghaṇḍisaddo, bherisaddo, saṅkhasaddo, sāmaṇeradaharabhikkhūnaṃ sabbathāmena sajjhāyantānaṃ sajjhāyanasaddo, pakatikathaṃ kathentānaṃ ‘‘kiṃ bhante, kimāvuso’’tiādisaddo, sakuṇasaddo, vātasaddo, padasaddo, pakkuthitaudakassa cicciṭāyanasaddo, ātape sussamānatālapaṇṇasaddo, kunthakipillikādisaddoti evaṃ sabboḷārikato pabhuti yathākkamena sukhumasaddā āvajjitabbā.
Ñ: or in the monastery the sound of a gong, the sound of a drum, the sound of a conch, the sound of recitation by novices and young bhikkkhus reciting with full vigour, the sound of their ordinary talk such as 'What, venerable sir?', 'What, friend?', etc., the sound of birds, the sound of wind, the sound of footsteps, the fizzing sound of boiling water, the sound of palm leaves drying in the sun, the sound of ants, and so on. Beginning in this way with quite gross sounds, he should successively advert to more and more subtle sounds.
Tena puratthimāya disāya saddānaṃ saddanimittaṃ manasikātabbaṃ. Pacchimāya, uttarāya, dakkhiṇāya, heṭṭhimāya, uparimāya disāya, puratthimāya anudisāya, pacchimāya, uttarāya, dakkhiṇāya anudisāya saddānaṃ saddanimittaṃ manasikātabbaṃ.
Ñ: He should give attention to the sound sign of the sounds in the eastern direction, in the western direction, in the northern direction, in the southern direction, in the upper direction, in the lower direction, in the eastern intermediate direction, in the western intermediate direction, in the northern intermediate direction, and in the southern intermediate direction.
Oḷārikānampi sukhumānampi saddānaṃ saddanimittaṃ manasikātabbaṃ.
Ñ: He should give attention to the sound sign of gross and of subtle sounds.