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three buddha bodies, three kayas trikaya [IW]

three buddha bodies, three kayas trikaya [The body of reality chos sku or dharmakaya, the body of perfect rapture longs spyod rdzogs pa'i sku or sambhogakaya, and the emanational body sprul pa'i sku or nirmanakaya. [gd] (IW)

three Bodies [thd]

three kayas. (RB)

three kayas. chos sku (dharmakaya), longs spyod rdzogs pa'i sku (sambhogakaya), and sprul pa'i sku (nirmanakaya). trikaya, the three bodies of the buddha. (RY)

trikaya, 3 bodies, 3 dimensions of existence, focal points of authentic existence, patterns or norms in which the aspirant becomes aware of oneself, 3 existential value-experience which are principles of interpretation and not metaphysical principles -- three kayas (chos sku, longs sku, sprul sku), Three Bodies of a buddha. (JV)

Three Kayas. Dharmakaya, sambhogakaya and nirmanakaya. The three kayas as ground are 'essence, nature, and capacity'; as path they are 'bliss, clarity and nonthought,' and as fruition they are the 'three kayas of buddhahood.' The three kayas of buddhahood are the dharmakaya, which is free from elaborate constructs and endowed with the 'twenty-one sets of enlightened qualities;' the sambhogakaya, which is of the nature of light and endowed with the perfect major and minor marks perceptible only to bodhisattvas; and the nirmanakaya, which manifests in forms perceptible to both pure and impure beings. See also kaya or sku. (RY)