True Suchness; 1 Definition(s)


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Bhutatathata in Sanskrit word. Bhuta means substance that exists; tathata means suchness, thusness, i.e. such is its nature. It is regarded as the absolute, ultimate source and character of all phenomena. It is the eternal, imperson, unchangeable reality behind all phenomena. Simply speaking, it is ALL. There are many other terms to describe it, e.g. Buddha nature, Self nature Pure Mind, Dharmakaya (Dharma Body), Tathagata garbha (Buddha treasury), Reality (real mark), Dharma Realm, Dharma Nature, the Complete and Perfect real nature, etc.Source: Buddhist Door: Glossary

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