Vijnana Bhairava Tantra
- 121: That intuition which emerges from the intense devotion of one who is perfectly detached is known as the shakti of Shankara. By contemplating regularly on that (shakti), Shiva (is revealed) there.
- 122: When one perceives a particular object, vacuity is established regarding all other objects. Contemplating on that (vacuity) verily, even though the particular object is still known or perceived, the mind rests in tranquillity.
- 123: What people of little understanding believe to be purity is neither pure nor impure to one who has experienced shiva. Nirvikalpa, or freedom from vikalpas, is the real purification by which one attains happiness.
- 124: The reality of bhairava dwells everywhere, even in ordinary people. By contemplating thus, There is nothing other than Him, one attains the non-dual state of homogenous awareness.
- 125: One who makes no distinction between friend and foe, honour and dishonour, knowing Brahman to be full in itself (all pervading), becomes supremely happy.