Vijnana Bhairava Tantra
106: The subject-object consciousness is common to everybody. Yogis, however, are mindful of this relationship.
107: One should, leaving aside the need of his own body, contemplate that the same consciousness is present in other bodies as in his own. Thus he will become all-pervasive in a few days.
108: O gazelle-eyed one, having freed the mind of all supports, one should refrain from all the Vikalpas (thoughts/counterthoughts). Then, the self becomes one with the supreme Sell in the state of bhairava.
109: The Highest Lord is Omniscient, omnipotent, and omnipresent. Since I have the attributes of Siva, I am the same as the Highest Lord. With this firm conviction, one becomes Siva.
110: Just as waves arise from water, flames from fire and light rays from the sun, similarly the waves of the universe have arisen in differentiated forms from me i.e. Bhairava.