Dharmadhatu also referred to as ‘womb of knowledge’ jnanagarbha by Vajrayana literature has combination of two Sanskrit words dharma and dhatu. Here dharma doesn’t mean religion as it is generally understood. It refers to ‘phenomena’ and dhatu refers to ‘the expanse’. Thus dharmadhatu together means “the expanse of phenomena” which is ‘emptiness’ or Sunyata in Sanskrit.
In dependence on eye and form Unstained appearances appearSince these neitherIt is also the nature of mind which lies beyond arising, dwelling and ceasing therefore it is synonym of PEACE according to Buddhist epistemology. Whoever has attained Buddhahood, Dharmadhatu is also referred to as the Dharmakaya, literally "body of dharmas," of that being. READ MORE ABOUT DHARMA DHATU And More Detail Picture .
arise nor cease They are the dharmadhatu, though they Are imagined to be
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