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Divine body, aka: Deity body; 2 Definition(s)

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A subtle body arising from the mounted wind of ultimate example clear light or meaning clear light. See also Deity body:. See Tantric Grounds and Paths.
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When a practitioner attains an illusory body, he or she attains an actual divine body, or Deity body, but not a DeityaE s body. A DeityaE s body is necessarily a body of a Tantric enlightened being. See also Divine body. See Tantric Grounds and Paths.

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