When you contemplate the Buddha in your mind, it is your mind that possesses the thirty-two prominent features and the eighty secondary attributes. Your mind becomes the Buddha; your mind is the Buddha. The wisdom of the Buddha —true, universal, and deep— arises in your mind.
Therefore, you should single-mindedly fix your thoughts and contemplate the Buddha, Well Gone and Well Come, Noble, and Perfectly Enlightened.
—Buddha Shakyamuni, Contemplation Sutra