Vijnana Bhairava Tantra
- 61: One should think of two objects, and in the event of such knowledge being matured, then cast both aside and dwell on the gap or space in the middle. Having meditated in the middle, the experience of the essence arises.
- 62: When the mind is restrained to one object of awareness, casting all others aside and not allowing movement to take place from one to another, then inside that perception the awareness blossoms.
- 63: One should concentrate with an unwavering mind on all existence, the body and even the universe simultaneously as nothing but consciousness, then the supreme consciousness arises.
- 64: From the fusion of both vayus (prana and apana) inside or outside (the body), the yogi attains equilibrium and becomes fit for the proper manifestation of consciousness.
- 65: One should contemplate simultaneously on the entire universe or on one’s own body filled with the bliss of the self. Then through one’s own nectar, one becomes alive with the supreme bliss.