The Buddhist Sutra says that "troubles are Bodhi." How do we turn trouble into Bodhi? Supreme Master Ching Hai points out that we can easily find our Buddha nature with good methods of spiritual practice; there's no need to change anything. We just look for Bodhi and leave trouble behind; of course trouble still exists, but it is no longer our concern. Just like when we are focused on our work, we do not feel hungry. For example, on a road full of thorns and stones, as long as we put on a pair of boots big enough, we can easily pass through without having to clear the thorns and stones as we walk.
Similarly, if we have a good method such as the Quan Yin Method, we won't concern our troubles even though we can still have them. A good method makes us feel very happy and at ease, and by communicating daily with the higher power to taste a little bit of inner experience every day, making us feel contented, and that way we're able to bear this painful world.