Chapter 4, Verse 37
I am without contemplation and without the absence of contemplation. I am without anything upon which to contemplate. Such a one am I. I am fuller than the full. I am perfectly full. I am all fullness. Such a one am I.
Chapter 4, Verse 42
I am ever of the nature of Conciousness alone. I am the real and the unreal and full of Conciousness. Of whatever I am devoid, nothing in the least has been grasped by me.
Chapter 4, Verse 46
I am of the nature of the undivided; I am the undivided nature. I am the mind of the world of beings; I am without any world of beings.
Chapter 5, Verse 1
Ribhu: I shall tell you about the world being void. It has been equated to the horns of a hare. This knowledge is rare in all the worlds. Listen with an attentive mind.
Chapter 5, Verse 7
The gross body, the subtle body, the cause and the effect, and what little there is of the seen and the seeing are all like the horns of a hare.
Chapter 5, Verse 15
All bondage, all "liberation," all "knowledge," Isvara, all time, and all instruction are all like the horns of a hare.
Chapter 5, Verse 20
Whatever is brought out by words, whatever is explained by words, and whatever is sensed by all the sense organs are all like the horns of a hare.
Chapter 5, Verse 27
This explanation---"like the horns of a hare"---has been told to you. Whoever hears this secret becomes himself Brahman.
Chapter 5, Verse 30
The phenomenal world does not exist. It never was created, nor does it ever exist by itself. This has been called the world-picture; it is ever unreal.