Lingpupa wrote: but the space I am in is not the same as the space you are in, otherwise you would be me.
You misunderstand this word 'space'. The context:"there is no individual space for each country. You cannot say there is more than one space, can you?"
The author never heard of territorial sovereign air space! It means that there is no actual dividing line.
in terms of dharmakaya, it means we are all included in the absolute truth of everything.
In some ways, dharmakaya shares the same meaning as dharmata.
It's simply "what is" inclusive of everything. Nothing exists beyond everything.
The best example I have heard describing dharmakaya and personal space, which I have mentioned before,
is the analogy of a massive, endless stream of photons coming from the sun, zooming through a darkness of space.
Think of those uncountable billions of photons as completely filling space, the way granules of salt fill a glass jar.
That's the picture of dharmakaya.
Now, consider that those photons only become visible light when they bounce off something, such as the moon.
When you look to the night sky and see a full moon, you see it against a dark sky.
So, it appears that all around the moon there is nothing.
But this is an illusion. there are just as many photons...more in fact, that you don't see,
than there are bouncing off the moon and appearing as visible light.
So, in this analogy, the moon represents the individual.
Likewise, seeing the individual as separate is also illusion.
the individual in this case is a product of the clinging mind.
If the moon were a cube, you would see a square moon. If it were a triangle you would see a triangle moon.
It is round, so you see a round moon.
This is an analogy to karma.
Depending on your individual karma,
the Dharmakaya appears as this or that, as one thing or another. But that is a finite view.
That isn't really the infinite dharmakaya.
Even contradictory opinions are both absorbed in the context of total "everythingness"