Oh Bhairavi, by focusing one’s awareness on the two voids (at the end) of the internal and external breath, thereby the glorious form of Bhairava is revealed through Bhairavi.
One should meditate on the void in one’s own body on all sides simultaneously. When the mind has become free from thoughts, one experiences everything as the Void.
One should cast one’s gaze on an open (stretch of) land devoid of trees, mountains, walls, etc. When the state of mind is fixed there, then the fluctuating thoughts dissolve (by themselves).
When the awareness has abandoned one object and remains fixed without moving on to another object, then through the state in between (the two) the supreme realisation will unfold.
If one contemplates simultaneously that one’s entire body or the world consists of nothing but Consciousness, then the mind becomes free from thoughts and the supreme awakening occurs.
One should concentrate on the state when sleep has not yet come, but the external awareness has disappeared (between waking and sleep)—there the supreme Goddess reveals herself.
One should meditate on one’s own Self in the form of a vast sky, unlimited in all directions, then the Power of Consciousness is free of any support and reveals her own nature.
Fixing one’s mind on the external space which is eternal, supportless, empty, all pervading and free from limitation, in this way, one will be absorbed in non-space.