Vijnana Bhairava Tantra
- 136: All the doors of perception produce pain and pleasure through contact with the senses. Thus, casting aside (the sensory objects) and withdrawing (the senses) within, one abides in one’s own self.
- 137: Knowledge reveals all and the self of all is the revealer (knower). One should contemplate on the knowledge and the knower as being one and the same.
- 138: O dear one, when the mind, awareness, energy and individual self, this set of four dissolves, then the state of bhairava manifests.
- 139: O Goddess, I have briefly told you more than one hundred and twelve ways whereby the mind (is rendered still) without any surge of thought, knowing which people become wise.
- 140: One attains the state of bhairava, if established even in one of these 112 dharanas and by his speech he confers blessings or curses.