Vijnana Bhairava Tantra
116: Wherever the mind goes whether towards the exterior or towards the interior, everywhere there is the state of Siva. Since Siva is omnipresent, where can the mind go.
117: On every occasion when the consciousness of the Omnipresent Reality is revealed through the sensory organs, one should contemplate over the consciousness appearing through the sensory organs as the pure Universal Consciousness. Thus his mind will be dissolved in the Universal Consciousness. He will then attain the essence of plenitude.
118: At the beginning and end of sneezing, in terror, sorrow or confusion, when fleeing from a battlefield, during (keen) curiosity, or at the onset or appeasement of hunger, the state is like that of Brahma.
119: At the sight of a land, when one lets go all the thought of the remembered objects and concentrates only on the experience which was the basis of that memory and makes his body supportless, then the Lord appears.
120: O Goddess, if one, after casting one's gaze on some object, withdraws it and slowly eliminates the knowledge of that object along with the thought and impression of it, he abides in the void.