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essence kaya; Skt. svabhavikakaya. The 'essence body,' sometimes counted as the fourth kaya, and constituting the unity of the three kayas. Jamg�n Kongtr�l defines it as the aspect of dharmakaya which is 'the nature of all phenomena, emptiness devoid of all constructs and endowed with the characteristic of natural purity.' [RY]
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essence kaya; Skt. svabhavikakaya. The 'essence body,' sometimes counted as the fourth kaya, and constituting the unity of the three kayas. [[Jamgon Kongtrul]] defines it as the aspect of dharmakaya which is 'the nature of all phenomena, emptiness devoid of all constructs and endowed with the characteristic of natural purity.' [RY]
  
 
essence body, svabhavika-kaya, [IW]
 
essence body, svabhavika-kaya, [IW]
  
svabhavikakaya, 2 aspects are rang bzhin rnam dag (pure in being itself) and blo bur dri bral (pure as regards removal of incidental stains), dimension of the existence of the union of chos sku, essential kaya [JV]
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[[svabhavikakaya]], 2 aspects are rang bzhin rnam dag (pure in being itself) and blo bur dri bral (pure as regards removal of incidental stains), dimension of the existence of the union of chos sku, essential kaya [JV]
  
svabhavikakaya; dimension/ stratum of the very essence (of being) itself [RB]
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[[svabhavikakaya]]; dimension/ stratum of the very essence (of being) itself [RB]
  
Essence kaya; Skt. svabhavikakaya. The 'essence body.' Sometimes counted as the fourth kaya, the unity of the three kayas [RY]
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Essence kaya; Skt. [[svabhavikakay]]a. The 'essence body.' Sometimes counted as the fourth kaya, the unity of the three kayas [RY]
  
svabhavikakaya; essence body, svabhava-kaya, quintessential body, body of essentiality; essential nature of being itself [RY]
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[[svabhavikakaya]]; essence body, svabhava-kaya, quintessential body, body of essentiality; essential nature of being itself [RY]
  
 
essence body, svabhava-kaya, [quintessential body, the body of their essentiality [Gd mk] [IW]
 
essence body, svabhava-kaya, [quintessential body, the body of their essentiality [Gd mk] [IW]
  
svabhavikakaya, 2 aspects are rang bzhin rnam dag (pure in being itself) and blo bur dri bral (pure as regards removal of incidental stains), dimension of the existence of the union of chos sku, essential kaya, Essence-Kaya [JV]
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[[svabhavikakaya]], 2 aspects are rang bzhin rnam dag (pure in being itself) and blo bur dri bral (pure as regards removal of incidental stains), dimension of the existence of the union of chos sku, essential kaya, Essence-Kaya [JV]
  
 
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Revision as of 22:13, 5 March 2007

essence kaya; Skt. svabhavikakaya. The 'essence body,' sometimes counted as the fourth kaya, and constituting the unity of the three kayas. Jamgon Kongtrul defines it as the aspect of dharmakaya which is 'the nature of all phenomena, emptiness devoid of all constructs and endowed with the characteristic of natural purity.' [RY]

essence body, svabhavika-kaya, [IW]

svabhavikakaya, 2 aspects are rang bzhin rnam dag (pure in being itself) and blo bur dri bral (pure as regards removal of incidental stains), dimension of the existence of the union of chos sku, essential kaya [JV]

svabhavikakaya; dimension/ stratum of the very essence (of being) itself [RB]

Essence kaya; Skt. svabhavikakaya. The 'essence body.' Sometimes counted as the fourth kaya, the unity of the three kayas [RY]

svabhavikakaya; essence body, svabhava-kaya, quintessential body, body of essentiality; essential nature of being itself [RY]

essence body, svabhava-kaya, [quintessential body, the body of their essentiality [Gd mk] [IW]

svabhavikakaya, 2 aspects are rang bzhin rnam dag (pure in being itself) and blo bur dri bral (pure as regards removal of incidental stains), dimension of the existence of the union of chos sku, essential kaya, Essence-Kaya [JV]