(Quotations from Vasishtha)

Paraphrased: This universe is nothing but the self-experiencing of the infinite.
(p. 329)

It is the infinite potencies of the one infinite consciousness that appear here as the infinite objects of creation.
(p. 682)

The whole universe is filled with this infinite and undivided consciousness.
(p. 494)

Even as in a collection of a thousand pots there is space within and outside of all the pots, undivided and indivisible, even so the self exists pervading all beings in the three worlds.
(p. 400)

Because the substratum (the infinite consciousness) is real, all that is based on it acquires reality, though the reality is of the substratum alone... To me you are real, and to you I am real; even so the others are real to you or to me. And, this relative reality is like the reality of dream-objects.
(p. 71)

He sees the truth who sees that he is the omnipresent infinite consciousness which encompasses within itself all that takes place everywhere at all times.

He sees the truth who knows that the self, which is as subtle as the millionth part of the tip of a hair divided a million times, pervades everything.

He sees the truth who sees that there is no division at all between the self and the other, and that the one infinite light of consciousness exists as the sole reality.

He sees the truth who sees that the non-dual consciousness which indwells all beings is omnipotent and omnipresent.
(p. 163)

Lord Vishnu in fact dwells as the innermost being of all: they are surely the worse among men who, abandoning the indweller, seek Vishnu outside. The Lord's primary dwelling is the heart-cave of all beings: that is his eternal body.
(p. 257)