Vijnana Bhairava Tantra
96: Having observed a desire that has sprung up, the aspirant should put an end to it immediately. It will be absorbed in that very place from where it arose.
97: When desire or knowledge has not arisen in me, then what am I in that condition? In verity, I am that Reality itself. Therefore the aspirant should always contemplate I am consciousness bliss. Thus, he will be absorbed in that Reality and will become identified with it.
98: When a desire or knowledge appears, the aspirant should, with the mind withdrawn from all objects of desire, knowledge, etc. fix his mind on it as the very Self, then he will have the realization of the essential Reality.
99: All knowledge is without cause, without base and deceptive. From the point of view of absolute Reality, this knowledge does not belong to any person. When one is given wholly to this contemplation, then, O dear one, one becomes Siva.
100: The same Self characterized by consciousness is present in all the bodies; there is no difference in it anywhere. Therefore, a person realizing that everything in essence is the same consciousness, triumphantly rises above transmigratory existence.