Vijnana Bhairava Tantra
- 116: Wherever the mind moves, whether outwards or inwards, there the all-pervasive state of shiva will go.
- 117: Wherever the consciousness leads through the channel of the eyes, by contemplation on that object alone being of the same nature as that of the supreme, absorption of mind and the state of poornatva are experienced.
- 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, that state is the external existence of Brahma.
- 119: Leave the mind aside when memorable objects of the past, such as one’s country or land arise, making one’s body supportless; then the omnipresent and mighty Lord manifests.
- 120: O Goddess, momentarily casting the gaze on some object and slowly withdrawing it with the knowledge and impression of that object, one becomes the abode of the void.