Vijnana Bhairava Tantra
- 101: When lust, anger, greed, delusion, arrogance and jealousy are seen within, if one succeeds in immobilizing his mind i.e. in making it one-pointed, then the Reality underlying these states alone subsists.
- 102: Meditating on the manifest world as imagined or illusive, like a magic show or a painting, and seeing all existence as transient, happiness arises.
- 103: Neither should one dwell on suffering nor on pleasure. O Goddess Bhairavi, it should be known that Reality exists in the middle of both opposites.
- 104: Abandoning attachment to one's own body, one should, with firm mind and with a vision which has no consideration for any thing else, contemplate thus, I am everywhere. He will then enjoy supernal happiness.
- 105: Knowledge, desire, etc. do not appear only within me, they appear everywhere in jars and other objects. Contemplating thus, one becomes all-pervasive.