Vijnana Bhairava Tantra
- 51: By bringing the mind forcibly to dwadashanta again and again, however and wherever possible, the fluctuations of the mind diminish day by day, so that each moment becomes an extraordinary state.
- 52: One should contemplate that one’s own body has been burnt by Kaalagni, arising from the movement of time. Then at last one will experience tranquillity.
- 53: In the same way, having meditated with an unwavering and one-pointed mind on the entire universe being burnt by Kaalagni, that man attains a supreme state of manhood.
- 54: Dharana on those constituents which comprise one’s own body and the whole universe, such as the tattwas and tanmatras, from subtle to subtlest, leads to the source of existence. In this way Paradevi, the supreme goddess is revealed at the end of meditation.
- 55: Having meditated on the gross and weak shakti in the dwadash indriyas, one who enters the heart space and meditates there attains mukti and becomes liberated.