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Hi, I have read in several places on this site and others that the trikaya of Buddhism corresponds to the three sephiroth Kether, Chokmah, and Binah. I've searched for a reference that mentions this in the writings of the Master Samael but I haven't found any yet. I am not doubting this in a negatively critical way but I would like to read what master Samael said about it, if it is available.

thanks in advance
5 years ago
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#13979
Accepted Answer
Of course! Note that the Nirmanakaya body is that which the bodhisattvas adopt in order to work for humanity. That is why the body of Nirmanakaya is called the "body of transformation.” It is a body of perfection. Samael Aun Weor
Transformation (from trans "across, beyond" trans + formare "to form)”

“...proper form and image are not formed until they emerged from בינה Binah and afterwards they were formed and consolidated. The world to come, which is Binah, is also the craftsman of all the creation and is the secret of Elohim that is mentioned there, as it is written: "And Elohim said, 'Let there be light,' and there was light" and also, "And Elohim said, 'Let there be a firmament.'" So Binah is the craftsman, the one who forms, that makes the shape of light, water, and firmament..." - Zohar 11:77

Another thing is the body of the Sambhogakaya or body of joy. The body of enjoyment, really, is beautiful, beautiful; it allows us to enjoy life free in its movement, to feel the happiness of the universe within ourselves. It gives us a state of extraordinary beatitude. Samael Aun Weor

Jesus the great Kabir stated:
Suffer little children and forbid them not, to come unto me; for
of such is the kingdom of heaven. - Matthew 19:14

It is urgent to re-conquer the infancy in the mind, in the heart, and in the sex. To intend such a re-conquest without previously eliminating (Kain) the lunar mental body (demon Hai) would be an absurdity.
Such an intellectual, animal vehicle is a granulated Luciferian fire. It is obvious that the origin of the animal mind was lust.
The most tremendous ordeal was also the decisive one. One given night, my own Innermost God, by placing a crucible filled with Liquid Mercury on the floor, intended to verify an alchemical transmutation, but because there was no fire under the crucible, it is obvious that he failed in his intent.
Then, he made me to understand that he needed to perform such an alchemical operation with the purpose of crystallizing a new, extremely subtle organism. I believed that maybe it was related with the creation of the famous Sambogakaya, that in accordance with some high Initiates, it is stated that
it has three more perfections than the ineffable vehicle of the Nirmanakayas.
Well… I am a Nirmanakaya, and it is clear that by having the possibility of possessing the precious vehicle of the Sambogakayas was something extremely tempting for me.
“I have failed in this operation because of the lack of fire,” said my real Being unto me. Then, he added “Give me a match” (spark, ember or flame). I understood that I should perform a work of Sexual Magic. This left me perplexed, confused, astonished… Yes… Samael Aun Weor


Far beyond the body this kaya of enjoyment, there is the body of the Dharmakaya. The body of the Dharmakaya, in fact really, is the law-body, the body of one who sacrificed himself for humanity, the body of one who in the world could be called “adeptus exemptus,” since that one has settled all their karma, has experienced sunyata, has already escaped the processes of alaya-vijñana (which are merely psychological processes), has gone beyond the psychological to enter the field of the ontological... Samael Aun Weor
The Dharmakaya is the one who fulfills all the Laws and is the one who merges his willpower with the Law.

Weep not: behold, the Lion of the tribe of Judah,
the Root of David, has prevailed to open the book,
and to loose the seven seals thereof. - Revelation 5: 5

5 years ago
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#13968
Samael Aun Weor: Well, obviously, the one who has already arrived... the one who has the body of the Dharmakaya, has incarnated in himself not only the Ain Soph Aur (the divine star that is far beyond the Ancient of Days), but has actually succeeded in returning to the thirteenth aeon with Pistis Sophia. Only the one who has really been immersed in the thirteenth aeon has the Dharmakaya body.


Obviously, the three kayas… for example, the kaya of transformation, as we call the Nirmanakaya, is great, because it allows us to transform ourselves and completely renounce all happiness to dedicate ourselves to service of our fellow beings. There are, for example, great arhats (we cannot deny it), buddhas of contemplation — let us call them “pratyekas” — who are concerned, yes, for their inner perfection, but who are cruel, who do not work for humanity, who do nothing for the world. That is not the path of authentic perfection.
If we work not only within ourselves, but also work as missionaries carrying the teaching from door to door, sacrificing ourselves for humanity, we follow the path of the Nirmanakayas, which is the same of the bodhisattvas of compassion...
Disciple: The one of the Nirmanakayas?
Samael Aun Weor: Of course! Note that the Nirmanakaya body is that which the bodhisattvas adopt in order to work for humanity. That is why the body of Nirmanakaya is called the "body of transformation.” It is a body of perfection.
Another thing is the body of the Sambhogakaya or body of joy. The body of enjoyment, really, is beautiful, beautiful; it allows us to enjoy life free in its movement, to feel the happiness of the universe within ourselves. It gives us a state of extraordinary beatitude.
Far beyond the body this kaya of enjoyment, there is the body of the Dharmakaya. The body of the Dharmakaya, in fact really, is the law-body, the body of one who sacrificed himself for humanity, the body of one who in the world could be called “adeptus exemptus,” since that one has settled all their karma, has experienced sunyata, has already escaped the processes of alaya-vijñana (which are merely psychological processes), has gone beyond the psychological to enter the field of the ontological...


Study this lecture, conscientiously

Weep not: behold, the Lion of the tribe of Judah,
the Root of David, has prevailed to open the book,
and to loose the seven seals thereof. - Revelation 5: 5

5 years ago
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#13969
Lion of Judah,

Thank you for your response.

In the sources you cited, the similarity between the Dharmakaya, Sambhogakaya, Nirmanakaya and Kether, Chokmah, Binah is obvious and undeniable. But in occultism there are so many examples of initiates of the major mysteries who spread mistaken teachings on the Kabbalah based on mistaken application of the law of analogies. If a student like myself, who is only capable of the most limited levels of occult investigation, were to conclude that a concept in two different occult systems are actually one and the same thing, on the basis that the definitions have some similarity, he would certainly conjure up a great many false correspondences and make a mess of the teachings.

I hope I can avoid that by relying on trusted sources of information. Are you aware of any other respected author (such as Blavatsky or H.H. the Dalai Lama) who has written about this? Or have you yourself investigated it in the internal planes? If so, can you share any information about that?
5 years ago
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#13979
Accepted Answer
Of course! Note that the Nirmanakaya body is that which the bodhisattvas adopt in order to work for humanity. That is why the body of Nirmanakaya is called the "body of transformation.” It is a body of perfection. Samael Aun Weor
Transformation (from trans "across, beyond" trans + formare "to form)”

“...proper form and image are not formed until they emerged from בינה Binah and afterwards they were formed and consolidated. The world to come, which is Binah, is also the craftsman of all the creation and is the secret of Elohim that is mentioned there, as it is written: "And Elohim said, 'Let there be light,' and there was light" and also, "And Elohim said, 'Let there be a firmament.'" So Binah is the craftsman, the one who forms, that makes the shape of light, water, and firmament..." - Zohar 11:77

Another thing is the body of the Sambhogakaya or body of joy. The body of enjoyment, really, is beautiful, beautiful; it allows us to enjoy life free in its movement, to feel the happiness of the universe within ourselves. It gives us a state of extraordinary beatitude. Samael Aun Weor

Jesus the great Kabir stated:
Suffer little children and forbid them not, to come unto me; for
of such is the kingdom of heaven. - Matthew 19:14

It is urgent to re-conquer the infancy in the mind, in the heart, and in the sex. To intend such a re-conquest without previously eliminating (Kain) the lunar mental body (demon Hai) would be an absurdity.
Such an intellectual, animal vehicle is a granulated Luciferian fire. It is obvious that the origin of the animal mind was lust.
The most tremendous ordeal was also the decisive one. One given night, my own Innermost God, by placing a crucible filled with Liquid Mercury on the floor, intended to verify an alchemical transmutation, but because there was no fire under the crucible, it is obvious that he failed in his intent.
Then, he made me to understand that he needed to perform such an alchemical operation with the purpose of crystallizing a new, extremely subtle organism. I believed that maybe it was related with the creation of the famous Sambogakaya, that in accordance with some high Initiates, it is stated that
it has three more perfections than the ineffable vehicle of the Nirmanakayas.
Well… I am a Nirmanakaya, and it is clear that by having the possibility of possessing the precious vehicle of the Sambogakayas was something extremely tempting for me.
“I have failed in this operation because of the lack of fire,” said my real Being unto me. Then, he added “Give me a match” (spark, ember or flame). I understood that I should perform a work of Sexual Magic. This left me perplexed, confused, astonished… Yes… Samael Aun Weor


Far beyond the body this kaya of enjoyment, there is the body of the Dharmakaya. The body of the Dharmakaya, in fact really, is the law-body, the body of one who sacrificed himself for humanity, the body of one who in the world could be called “adeptus exemptus,” since that one has settled all their karma, has experienced sunyata, has already escaped the processes of alaya-vijñana (which are merely psychological processes), has gone beyond the psychological to enter the field of the ontological... Samael Aun Weor
The Dharmakaya is the one who fulfills all the Laws and is the one who merges his willpower with the Law.

Weep not: behold, the Lion of the tribe of Judah,
the Root of David, has prevailed to open the book,
and to loose the seven seals thereof. - Revelation 5: 5

5 years ago
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#13982
Thank you.
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