Mahāvidyā 7 – Dhūmavatī – The Power of Self Reflection
Perceived as the void, as the dissolved form of consciousness,
when all beings are dissolved in sleep in the supreme Brahmā,
having swallowed the entire universe,
the Seers call her the most glorious and the eldest, Dhūmavatī.
She exists in the forms of sleep, lack of memory, illusion, and dullness, in the creatures immersed in the illusion of the world,
but among the Yōginis she becomes the power
that destroys all thoughts, indeed Samādhi itself.
— Gaṇapati Munī, Umā Sahasrām 38, 13—14