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'''[[Vajra]] body''' (Skt. ''kāyavajra''; [[Wyl.]] ''sku'i rdo rje'') is the physical body in the [[tantra]]s. It is so called because, according to [[Marpa]] Rinpoche for example, it is made of bliss and [[emptiness]], and has the [[five manifestations of enlightenment]]. Other teachers say this is because it is already made of the [[enlightened qualities]].
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'''[[Vajra]] body''' (Skt. ''kāyavajra''; Tib. སྐུའི་རྡོ་རྗེ་,  Wyl. ''sku'i rdo rje'') is the physical body in the [[tantra]]s. It is so called because, according to [[Marpa]] Rinpoche for example, it is made of bliss and [[emptiness]], and has the [[five manifestations of enlightenment]]. Other teachers say this is because it is already made of the [[enlightened qualities]].
  
 
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Latest revision as of 18:00, 16 March 2017

Vajra body (Skt. kāyavajra; Tib. སྐུའི་རྡོ་རྗེ་, Wyl. sku'i rdo rje) is the physical body in the tantras. It is so called because, according to Marpa Rinpoche for example, it is made of bliss and emptiness, and has the five manifestations of enlightenment. Other teachers say this is because it is already made of the enlightened qualities.