In this ten and half minute video, Gary guides retreatants in trespasso--the first in this cycle of gazing practices. 

A distinctive feature of trespasso is that it is one of the few meditative practices that is done with a partner. (Gary often employs it in doing transpersonal couples counseling, for it gives couples—and quite literally—another way of looking at each other). 

Like all forms of shamatha practice, trespasso calms and stabilizes the mind. But trespasso seems notable in that it seems to give even relative beginners to meditation some initial access to non-dual states.

Other meditation videos

Meditation with an Object: Looks Like Me
In this video of the second gazing practice, retreatants rest their gaze upon an object.

Mirror Gazing: Narcissus Unveiled
In this video, retreatants use a mirror as their gazing object.