The Dharmakāya (धर्मकाय; धम्मकय, lit. `truth body` or `reality body`) is one of the three bodies (trikaya) of the Buddha in Mahayana Buddhism. Dharmakāya constitutes the unmanifested, `inconceivable` (acintya) aspect of a Buddha, out of which Buddhas arise and to which they return after their dissolution. Buddhas ...
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the 'glorified spiritual body' developed by every Buddha; the body of the law, not as a collection of laws but as a body or vehicle obtained by practice of the precepts through countless incarnations.
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