wisdom wrote:Sure, I get that in your mind Dharmakaya and Dharmadhatu are the same.
I have stated that the Dharmadhatu gives more emphasis to the mind, and the Dharmakaya to the body, as the words themselves suggest. Their meanings are subtly different.
If you HAVE the Dharmakaya, you are not the totality of the Dharmadhatu.
No person can "have" the Dharmakaya. It's logically impossible. The Dharmakaya is bigger than the person.
If they were truly the same then your Dharma-Body would BE the Dharma-Realm, which means that everyone elses experience of the Dharma-Realm was nothing more than them experiencing YOUR Dharma-Body.
There is no such thing as "YOUR Dharma-Body", so your whole argument is built on a false premise. There's only one Dharmakaya.
Nagarjuna on the Dharma-kaya:The Bodhisattva even though embodied in the dharma-kaya, still assumes the body of flesh for the purpose of helping people. He is not bound by the deeds of passion, nor to the realms of determinate existence. He has freely taken on the body born of dharmata...
Nagarjuna, commentary on the Prajnaparamita sutra
"Embodied in the dharma-kaya" doesn't mean that his body is the Dharmakaya. A brick is embodied in a building. A bodhisattva is not all bodhisattvas.