Vijnana Bhairava Tantra
- 101: When lust, anger, greed, delusion, arrogance and jealousy are seen (within), having fixed the mind completely (on these), the underlying tattwa, or essence, alone remains.
- 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: O Goddess,the mind should not dwell on pain or pleasure, but the essence that remains in the middle (in between the opposites) should be known.
- 104: Abandoning consideration for one’s own body, one should contemplate with a firm mind that, I am everywhere. When this is seen (by means of concentrated insight) one does not see another and thus becomes happy.
- 105: Contemplating on that special knowledge, for example, the analogy of the jar, or that the desires, etc. exist not only within me but everywhere, one thus becomes all-pervasive.