Dharma-Kaya of the Trikaya 3 Buddha Bodies – Dharmakāya – 法身 Fǎshēn – Japanese Hosshin – Vietnamese Pháp thân

Dharma-Kaya (Sanskrit: dharmakāya; 法身 Cn: fǎshēn; Jp: hosshin; Vi: pháp thân)

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Sambhoga-Kaya of the Trikaya – Saṃbhogakāya – Tibetan longs-spyod rdzogs-pa’i sku – 報身 Bàoshēn – Japanese hōshin – Vietnamese Báo thân

Sambhoga-Kaya – Saṃbhogakāya – Tibetan longs-spyod rdzogs-pa’i sku – 報身 Bàoshēn – Japanese hōshin – Vietnamese Báo thân

Sambhoga-Kaya (Sanskrit: saṃbhogakāya; 報身 Cn: bàoshēn; Jp: hōshin; Vi: báo thân)

  1. According to the Sutras, the network of subtle forms, which make full use of the Mahayana teachings, and in which a Buddha appears in order to teach Arya Bodhisattvas.
  2. According to non-Kalachakra anuttarayoga tantra, the network of all the speech of a Buddha.
  3. According to Kalachakra Buddhist Tantra, the network of both the subtle forms and the speech of a Buddha.

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! Template for Buddhist Gods

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God Shakra Śakra – Indra Devanam – 帝釋

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Maitreya Bodhisattva – Honored Future Buddha – 彌勒《菩薩》

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Nirmanakaya of the Trikaya – Nirmana-Kaya Nirmāṇakāya – 應身,化身,応身 Yìngshēn

Nirmanakaya – Nirmana-kaya (Sanskrit: nirmāṇakāya; 應身,化身,応身 Cn: yìngshēn; Jp: ōjin; Vi: ứng thân)

  • Nirmana-kaya (Sanskrit: nirmāṇakāya; 應身,化身,応身 Cn: yìngshēn; Jp: ōjin; Vi: ứng thân)
  • 三身

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Three Bodies of a Buddha – Three Types of Buddha Bodies – Trikaya – Nirmanakaya – Sambhogakaya – Dharmakaya – 佛之三身

Compare and Contrast the Trikaya: Nirmana-Kaya, Sambhoga-Kaya, and Dharma-Kaya.

Three Bodies of a Buddha – Three Types of Buddha Bodies – Trikaya – Nirmanakaya – Sambhogakaya – Dharmakaya – 佛之三身

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! Template for Buddhist Pure Land

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  • Buddha Land – Buddhaland – Buddha Field – Buddha Kshetra – Buddhakṣetra – 佛土
  • A Pure Land (Tibetan dag-zhing) of a Buddha.

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Pure Land – Tibetan dag-zhing – 淨土

Buddha Land – Buddhaland – Buddha Field – Buddha Kshetra – Buddhakṣetra – 佛土

A Pure Land (Tibetan dag-zhing) of a Buddha.

“A pure land is the celestial realm or pure abode of a Buddha or Bodhisattva  in Mahayana Buddhism. The term “Pure Land” is particular to East Asian Buddhism (Chinese: 淨土; pinyin: Jìngtǔ) and related traditions; in Sanskrit the equivalent concept is called a “Buddha-Field” (Sanskrit Buddhakṣetra). The various traditions that focus on pure lands have been given the nomenclature Pure Land Buddhism. Pure lands are also evident in the literature and traditions of Taoism and Bon.” Fair Use Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pure_land

Other Languages: Deutsch: Reines land, Русский: Чистая земля, Tiếng Việt: Tịnh độ.

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Anuttara-Samyak-Saṃbodhi – Enlightenment of a Buddha – 阿耨多羅三藐三菩提

anuttara-samyak-saṃbodhi 阿耨多羅三藐三菩提

Contrast with Nirvana – Liberation – Release from Samsara – Beyond Sorrow-Suffering 涅槃 of an Arhat or Pratyekabuddha.

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