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The four kayas ([[Wyl.]] ''sku bzhi'', Tib. ''ku shyi'') are  
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The '''four [[kaya]]s''' (Skt. ''catuḥkāya''; Tib. སྐུ་བཞི་,  ''ku shyi''; [[Wyl.]] ''sku bzhi'') are the
  
# svabhavikakaya (Wyl. ''ngo ba nyid kyi sku'')
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# [[dharmakaya]] (Wyl. ''chos kyi sku''),
# dharmakaya (Wyl. ''chos kyi sku'')
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# [[sambhogakaya]] (Wyl. ''longs spyod rdzogs pa’i sku''),
# sambhogakaya (Wyl. ''longs spyod rdzogs pa’i sku'')  
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# [[nirmanakaya]] (Wyl. ''sprul pa’i sku''), and
# nirmanakaya (Wyl. ''sprul pa’i sku'')
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# [[svabhavikakaya]] (Wyl. ''ngo bo nyid kyi sku'').
  
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==Further Reading==
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*[[Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche]], ''Enlightened Courage—An Explanation of Atisha's Seven Point Mind Training'', Padmakara Translation Group (Snow Lion Publications, 2006), pages 51-52.
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Latest revision as of 20:11, 28 April 2018

The four kayas (Skt. catuḥkāya; Tib. སྐུ་བཞི་, ku shyi; Wyl. sku bzhi) are the

  1. dharmakaya (Wyl. chos kyi sku),
  2. sambhogakaya (Wyl. longs spyod rdzogs pa’i sku),
  3. nirmanakaya (Wyl. sprul pa’i sku), and
  4. svabhavikakaya (Wyl. ngo bo nyid kyi sku).

Further Reading

  • Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche, Enlightened Courage—An Explanation of Atisha's Seven Point Mind Training, Padmakara Translation Group (Snow Lion Publications, 2006), pages 51-52.