The Dhammakaya of all Buddhas arise from the perfection of all actions and the fruition of all virtues. Encompassing limitless life, there is no birth and death, no more coming and going.
The heart of mantra, the greatest of all mantras. This is the abode of all Buddhas.
The bright light of Buddha is like the rising sun, its radiance fills the world where beings abide in loving-kindness, compassion, appreciative joy and equanimity, ensuring they gain rebirth in the good destinations and practice the three vehicles which carry living beings across samsara.
Realising the four transcendental realities in Nirvana, the peaceful mind of beings are no longer tainted by defilements.
When the great compassionate Maitreya Buddha arrives, the world plagued by the five dreaded calamities of degeneracy would be filled with golden light, transformed into the pure land.
The power and authority of the Buddhist doctrine, with warmth and affection.