The Bijak is the source text of Kabir's essential spiritual teachings. The main focus of the book is mystical, emphasizing the connection of the soul with God and how to realize that connection through an inner journey under the guidance of a qualified master. It discusses the pitfall aspirants need to avoid, especially the influence of false teachers, and the delusion that Kabir identifies as Maya. Maya is what deludes us into thinking we know reality, when, in fact, we are being led into traps of ignorance. Kabir fearlessly uses such metaphors and employs challenging language when he observes hypocrisy perpetrated in the name of religion. His goal is for us to realize God's omnipresence and the essential truth in religion and spirituality so we can obtain liberation in this life.