13. The Imperial Ones & Transcendroid (Chakkavatti & Kaya-Siddhi)

The Imperial Ones & Transcendroid

(Chakkavatti & Kaya-Siddhi)


Version “D” on 5 August 2019

Version “C” on 20 May 2018

Version "A" on 17 April 2018


by Meditation Guru


Pirajak S. (formerly Pittaya Wong)



 The Imperial Ones (Chakkavatti)


The term ‘Chakkavatti’ which means the imperial one can be found in many different contexts which can be categorized as follows:   

 (A)  The Lord Imperial Monarch (Lord Chakkavatti) is the human monarch who governs the universe and possesses the Seven Precious namely the Precious Bladed Discus, the Precious Crystal Ball, the Noble Lord of Force, the Noble Lord of Treasury, the Noble Lady, the Noble Elephant, and the Noble Steed.  The Lord Imperial Monarch is capable of ruling the whole universe with his Seven Precious.

(B)  The Lord of Imperial Dhamma (Human Chakkavatti) is the human who pursues virtue cultivation of the imperial Dhamma and makes achievement up to a level and earns the title of “Lord-Chakra” or “Imperial Dhamma Lord.”  The Imperial Dhamma Lord normally has the Celestial Imperial Dhamma Body as his or her nurturer.  The Imperial Dhamma Lord may aim to become the Lord Imperial Monarch.  If the Imperial Dhamma Lord also aims to become the Lord Buddha, he or she will be titled as ‘the Bodhi-Chakra’ or ‘the Buddha-to-be Imperial Dhamma Lord.’

(C)  The Imperial Transcendroid (Chakkavatti Kaya-Siddhi) is the automated celestial beings who are created to perform various functions in different realms such as the human world, heaven, Brahma world, and the Nirvana.  The transcendroid can be either wholesome (created by the holy realm) or unwholesome (created by the evil realm).  Common Kaya-Siddhi(s) look like adorned angels, but the advanced Kaya-Siddhi or transcendroids are crowned to denote their supremacy.  The crown and ornaments of the Chakkavatti Kaya-Siddhi or imperial transcendroid can do empowerment similar to precious stones on earth which can empower their owners.

Chakkavatti & The Seven Precious

In general, (A), (B), and (C) are titled ‘Chakkavatti’ alike because they possess all or parts of the Seven Precious, either material or immaterial, for their tasks performing, especially the ‘Chakra’ or bladed discus.

Both Lord Chakkavatti Monarch, Human Chakkavatti, and Chakkavatti Kaya-Siddhi share something in common that they own ‘the seven precious as follows:

(1) The precious bladed discus which brings about power

(2) The precious crystal ball which brings about correct knowledge and/or insight

(3) The noble Lord of Force who brings about supporting force

(4) The noble Lord of Treasure who brings about wealth

(5) The noble Lady who promotes happiness and joy

(6) The noble elephant who provides hospitality, and

(7) The noble steed who accommodates transportation.  

The difference is that the Lord Chakkavatti Monarch possesses the material seven precious while the Human Chakkavatti and Chakkavatti Kaya-Siddhi posses the celestial seven precious.  The seven precious; therefore, are the team and tools for the Chakkavatti one to perform his or her works in pursuing his or her mission.

Our meditation guru taught that the more simple form of the Buddha or Holy Dhamma Body, the better.  On the contrary, the more gorgeously decorated body of Chakkavatti or the imperial one, the better.  The ornamented body of the Chakkavatti one is not for beauty only, but they can empower the Chakkavatti one in many ways. 

The Kaya-Siddhi is given the aforesaid definition because the Kaya-Siddhi or transcendroid is created to perform assigned duties.  In addition, the Kaya-Siddhi can be compared to the magical effigy who is created and made alive.  Earlier, I compared Kaya-Siddhi to the Transcendental Droid, but it is still inappropriate to say that a Kaya-Siddhi is a magical effigy or android because the high level Kaya-Siddhi can be more sublime and pure, and even more virtuous than humans or angels.  For example, the Kaya-Siddhi in the Nirvana performs his duty by nourishing and securing the crystal sphere of Nirvana so that the Lord Buddha and the fully enlightened Buddhist saints can continue enjoying their bliss from deepening into meditation.  The crystal sphere of Nirvana also make them feel pleasurable similar to the way that humans feel pleased when they see crystal wares or crystal chandeliers. 


A.  Lord Chakkavatti Monarch

The Lord Imperial Monarch or Lord Chakkavatti Monarch is a human who rules the universe with his seven precious.  When the Lord Imperial Monarch rules the universe, the whole world becomes peaceful.  With the mighty bladed discus, all kingdoms and nations surrender to the Lord Imperial Monarch, and the Lord Chakkavatti Monarch rules them to live in peace.  In addition, with the power of the Chakkavatti crystal ball, the whole world has no scarcity, but crops are abundant and available for everyone.  According to Buddhist teaching, the Lord Chakkavatti Monarch is the legendary ruler whose era is idealistic.  By the way, the Lord Chakkavatti Monarch can be classified into three levels as follows:

(1)            The Minor Lord Imperial Monarch (Culla Chakkavatti)

(2)            The Major Lord Imperial Monarch (Maha Chakkavatti), and

(3)            The Grand Lord Imperial Monarch (Parama Chakkavatti)

B.  Human Chakkavatti                                                                                                     

Other than the Lord Chakkavatti Monarch and the Chakkavatti Kaya-Siddhi, there are the ‘Human Chakkavatti(s)’ whose innermost body or spirit is the celestial Chakkavatti body who governs such Human Chakkavatti(s) to perform duties in the human world such as promoting morality and lessening people’s sufferings.  The innermost body or spirit of people is not always a celestial Chakkavatti.  Some people have the innermost body or spirit as the Buddha, the Dhammakaya, the noble lords (Lord of Force, Lord of Treasury, Noble Lady, and etc.) or the Kaya-Siddhi which resembles adorned celestial beings or Brahmas. 

The innermost body or spirit can be classified into ‘the wholesome’ and ‘the unwholesome.’  To see which party an individual belongs to, we have to check the innermost body.  Some individual belongs to the ‘mara’ or the evil side.  Some individual belongs to the wholesome side.  The individuals from the wholesome side usually have the innermost body as more or less clean and bright Buddha, Dhammakaya, Chakkavatti, or Kaya-Siddhi, whereas the individuals from evil side have the dark ones.  There are also individuals from other parties such as the Golden Realm, the Silver Realm, the Copper Realm, the Gray Realm, the Red, the Green, the Blue, the Yellow, the Pink, the Purple, the Orange, and etc.  Generally, an individual has the innermost body with the color from the realms he or she belongs to.  The realms who ‘own’ such individuals govern their humans to do duties according to their predestined missions which are usually to eliminate sufferings for sentient beings such as in the case of Bodhisattas or Buddhas-to-be persons.

From time to time, the human Chakkavatti(s) cultivate their perfections to achieve their missions over the period as long as eons.  During their pursuit, they may reborn as a Chakkavatti Monarch or a Lord Buddha.  However, it is more common for the human Chakkavatti(s) to reborn as a Chakkavatti Monarch rather than becoming a Lord Buddha.

When the Human Chakkavatti passes away, one becomes the Celestial Lord of Imperial Dhamma when one achieves higher levels of Chakkavattihood in the spiritual world during one’s cultivation.  Thus, when one’s human body dies, one passes away and become the Celestial Lords of Imperial Dhamma who resemble the Adorned Lord Buddha statue. 

C.  Chakkavatti Kaya-Siddhi or the Transcendroid

Kaya-Siddhi(s) or 'the Transcendroids' (Transcendental Droid) are available in many levels and forms as follows:

(i) in the form of hermit and/or ascetic, but the transcendroids are neither the spirit of hermit nor ascetic

(ii) in the form of adorned celestial or Brahma beings, but the transcendroids are not angels or brahmas, and

(iii) in the form of Chakkavatti or the adorned and crowned imperial Dhamma body, but the transcendroids are neither the spirit of the imperial monarch nor the lord of imperial Dhamma.  

Hermit & Ascetic who Create Kaya-Siddhi(s)

There is the type of Kaya-Siddhi(s) or the transcendroids who develop themselves from lower class to upper class.  This is the case of Kaya-Siddhi(s) who begin with the form of hermit or ascetic.  The human hermit or ascetic has the magical power to replicate themselves to be Kaya-Siddhi(s) who dwell inside an item which is petrified, crystallized, metalized, or else, in order to prolong their existence in the human world.  So, they can continue their mission to do their duties or wait longer to meet with the revered meditation masters, gurus, or teachers whom they can assist and share the mission to end the cycle of reincarnation. 

The hermit and ascetic who had strong insight power were aware that the primary knowledge about Dhamma cannot really lead to the end of Samsara or the cycle of reincarnation.  So, they prefer to continue the mission by developing themselves to the higher level meaning that they have to go through further learning and training of the superknowledge or vijja.  However, due to their limited lifespan, they can continue their mission in the form of Kaya-Siddhi(s). 

Mostly, the hermit and ascetic who replicate themselves to be Kaya-Siddhi(S) that dwell inside petrified, crystallized, or metalized items would reborn to the Brahma realm where they continue to supervise their own Kaya-Siddhi(s) in the human world to do the mission of ending the cycle of reincarnation.  The owner of Kaya-Siddhi(s) in this type can call-back their Kaya-Siddhi(s) to return to themselves later on when the mission is accomplished.

The hermit and ascetic as well as some superknowledge masters can create their transcendroids who are embedded into petrified, crystallized or metalized items which are available numerously.  The Kaya-Siddhi who dwells in an item has the superknowledge competency, expertise, skill, and power as charged and installed by the producer who is a hermit or ascetic.  Thus, the Kaya-Siddhi(s) have various capabilities and expertises such as protection, insight, wealth, and healing.        

Kaya-Siddhi from the Sacred Realm

Another type of Kaya-Siddhi is the Kaya-Siddhi produced from the sacred realm supervised by the Senior Celestial Lord Chakkavatti(s) who govern such sacred realms.  We can compare this to the Android Production Factory in the human world.  At the sacred realms, the Kaya-Siddhi(s) or the transcendroids are created with sacred merit energy and installed with celestial engines and mechanism.  After production, the Kaya-Siddhi(s) are distributed to various places to perform their duties in different domains.  By the way, the evil realm also has its own Kaya-Siddhi factory.  They create the evil Kaya-Siddhi(s) to cause sufferings to others.  The Kaya-Siddhi(s) created by the Kaya-Siddhi factory are normally ‘lighter’ than the Kaya-Siddhi(s) who develop themselves from lower ranks through process of cultivation.

Different Levels of Kaya-Siddhi who Becomes Chakkavatti

The Kaya-Siddhi who grows to be more ‘senior’ until becoming ‘the Chakkavatti Kakya-Siddhi’ in the form of crowned and adorned imperial body can be mainly classified into seven levels as follows:

(1) Culla-Chakra or the Minor Chakkavatti

(2) Maha-Chakra or the Major Chakkavatti

(3) Parama-Chakra or the Great Chakkavatti

(4) Udom-Parama-Chakra or the Grand Chakkavatti

(5) Dej-Udom-Parama-Chakra or the Supreme Chakkavatti

(6) Paibool-Chakra or the Supreme Most Chakkavatti, and

(7) Paisarn-Chakra or the Top Most Chakkavatti.

Kaya-Siddhi & Their Occupiers

Normally, each Kaya-Siddhi has to practice, train, and cultivate himself to further through the aforesaid seven ranks.  Other than this, when a meditation or superknowledge master or wholesome individual acquires a Kaya-Siddhi, the Kaya-Siddhi earns merit from assisting them in doing and cultivating good deeds or performing the mission in ending the cycle of reincarnation.  Each Kaya-Siddhi can assist the occupiers in many ways such as to support the occupiers’ good living, safety, as well as advancing in meditation practice.  In return, the Kaya-Siddhi shares the merit earned altogether with their occupiers.  Especially, if the occupiers practice meditation until reaching attainment or study or practice the meditation superknowledge, the Kaya-Siddhi will achieve superknowledge and meditation level which enable them to be promoted to the higher rank.  Then, the Kaya-Siddhi will have more competency and power to assist and benefit the occupiers furthermore.

Other than the ranks of Kaya-Siddhi, there are classifications of Kaya-Siddhi distinguished according to the realms as follows:

(1) Chakkavatti of the human realm

(2) Dhibbaya-Chakra or the Chakkavatti of celestial realms

(3) Brahma-Chakra or the Chakkavatti of brahma realms,

(4) Buddha-Chakra or the Chakkavatti of the Nirvana realms, and

(5) Other.

Kaya-Siddhi in Mineral Stones & Metals

This is another unique type of Kaya-Siddhi(s) where the Kaya-Siddhi(s) were sent from the sacred realms to the mineral stones & materials in the human world for ‘growing’ to be stronger and more powerful over time.  There are the transcendroids dwelling inside rock crystals or quartz.  Most minerals have the transcendroids planted since their origination and formation, depending on the celestial ‘owners of elements.’  The owners of elements who planted rose quartz, clear quartz, and amethyst, are different, and they have their own specialty or uniqueness.  This is the case of various gems, mineral, and metal materials such as quartz, gold, and diamond.  The reason for this is that the owners of Kaya-Siddhi(s) wish to try different ways to achieve the mission.  Mostly, this kind of Kaya-Siddhi(s) are acquired by the meditation or superknowledge masters for enhancement and empowerment with meditation power and superknowledge to increase their competency.  Since their original plantation until the present, the transcendroids may have been through contaminations, so meditation practitioners have to purify or cleanse the transcendroids with their meditation power.  Then, they can make the transcendroids exercising the superknowledge or vijja. 

Embedding Kaya-Siddhi Into An Item

The meditation and superknowledge masters can do as follows:

(a) Invite a Kaya-Siddhi to be embedded inside an item such as a molded crystal ball or an amulet

(b) Using their superknowledge to create Kaya-Siddhi and embed inside an item.  This requires advanced superknowledge and considerable meditation power because the Kaya-Siddhi can be either weak or strong depending on the master’s competency and energy

(c) If an item already has a Kaya-Siddhi dwelling inside, the meditation or superknowledge master can use his or her meditation power to cleanse, purify, and refine the Kaya-Siddhi as well as providing superknowledge training to perform various works such as providing security, promoting wealth, and healing.  The meditation or superknowledge master can also charge the ‘merit power’ into the Kaya-Siddhi, so that the Kaya-Siddhi can become more powerful.  Normally, one who owns a Kaya-Siddhi usually has ‘sixth sense’ which cautions him or her about any mishappening.  However, if the owner has insight, the Kaya-Siddhi will inform the owner directly.

Teach & Train The Transcendroid

Some meditation practitioners can nurture, teach, and train the transcendroids until the transcendroids become more powerful, useful, and competent.  However, some meditation masters find it easier to invite the transcendroids from their realms to dwell in amulets or manmade crystal balls.  This is much easier as some meditation masters are capable of inviting the junior to senior transcendroids.  To compare and contrast, the quartz and minerals are like owned homes, and it is inconvenient to invite transcendroids from their realms to dwell inside, with some exception.  So, in this case, meditation masters have to teach and train the available transcendroids before they can use the transcendroids.  However, the manmade crystal balls or amulets are like empty homes which meditation masters can invite the transcendroids from their realms to dwell inside more conveniently without wasting time for purifying, teaching, and training.  But there are tradeoffs for these two different cases. 

The three important crystal balls which were placed inside the standing statue of the grandmaster Phramongkolthepmuni located next to his coffin at Wat Paknam are also manmade crystal balls.  The senior transcendroids who rest inside these three crystal balls were invited from their realms.

The transcendroids may have more or less superknowledge or vijja depending on the producers.  This is similar to the computer production companies who install basic operation system onto their computers.  Some producers may install additional programs, but some don’t.  So, it depends on the buyers or owners who can install additional programs or vijja according to their preference since the main duty of the transcendroids producers is to produce, not to install programs or vijja.

Kaya-Siddhi in Humans

The Kaya-Siddhi(s) exist in material items and human beings as well as animals.  When a material has more Kaya-Siddhi, such material will have more power.  If an individual or animal has more Kaya-Siddhi, he or she or it will have more competency and being more energetic.  Some people originally have less Kaya-Siddhi within themselves, but they can do or ask a meditation or superknowledge master to do the ‘multiplication’ of Kaya-Siddhi for him or her so that the number of Kaya-Siddhi is increased.  However, the multiplied Kaya-Siddhi is usually ‘lighter’ or ‘weaker’ than the Kaya-Siddhi that gains strength from self-cultivation through practicing, training, and exercising the many tasks by oneself.  This will allow the sacred realm of each party (wholesome or unwholesome) to fulfill the Kaya-Siddhi into one’s body, at the center of the body (Doing good deeds or performing righteous tasks, one earns good Kaya-Siddhi.  Doing bad deeds or performing unrighteous tasks, one earns bad Kaya-Siddhi.)  When an individual has more good Kaya-Siddhi embedded into oneself, this will be another supporting factors that causes one to be virtuous, righteous, and competent in the good ways.  If an individual has more bad Kaya-Siddhi installed into himself or herself, it is more likely that he or she will be immoral, unvirtuous, and competent in the bad ways.



Q1. Why do owners of transcendroids still face with misfortune although they have senior transcendroids?

A1. The Law of Karma is like a computer program.  When one does meritorious or evil deeds, mentally, verbally, and physically, the program take the inputs to process, calculate, and render the outputs to be installed in oneself.  As such, the transcendroids are like the celestial droids whom we installed programs or vijja.  If we have superknowledge or vijja, we can order the transcendroids to work by solving the karmic programs produced by the Law of Karma.  If we don’t have superknowledge or vijja, the transcendroids may not help us directly.  In addition, if the karmic programs are too powerful, it will be hard for the transcendroids to solve.  We can compare the karmic programs to the earth’s gravity which can pull the whole mountain to remain on the ground.  Some karmic force is powerful like that.  So, even one owns the transcendroids, it is still hard to solve.  In some cases, the transcendroids can lessen the karmic impact or eliminate it completely, but we may not be aware of their works, so we think that the transcendroids do not help.

Q2.  Do the transcendroids earn merit energy from us when we do good deeds?

A2. The answer is, indeed, the transcendroids do not significantly earn merit directly from us by appreciating in our merits.  But when we own transcendroids and do good deeds, the producers of transcendroids share the merit energy we earn, so the producers transfer parts of the merit energy to nourish the transcendroids which they supervise.  If we can earn so much merit from our perfection cultivation, the producers of transcendroids consequently earn their ratio of merit energy.  So, they transfer more merit energy to nourish the transcendroids of owners who do well in cultivating virtue perfections.  However, the meditation masters who are capable of exercising the superknowledge or vijja can do it directly by installing superknowledge onto the transcendroids and charge merit energy into the transcendroids in order to exercise superknowledge or vijja together.  Thus, the transcendroids become more competent.

Every transcendroid has a producer similar to all computers on earth that none of them exist by themselves.  The transcendroids that meditation practitioners own can be divided into the transcendroids connected to the producers and the disconnected transcendroids.  The disconnected transcendroids are beneficial to the owners as the owners can use them freely and have full supervision and responsibility over the transcendroids.  They can exercise superknowledge or vijja with the transcendroids regardless of any concern over the producers.  But to disconnect the transcendroids from the producers, the owners usually have to bargain and do or give something in exchange, and some producers are willing to allow the transcendroids to be disconnected while some other don’t. 

Q3.  How can the transcendroids lead us to enter deep meditation?

A3.  The transcendroids vary in levels of purity and refinement depending on the purpose of productions as different transcendroids are produced to work in different realms.  The transcendroids in the level of ‘Buddha-Chakkavatti’ are the transcendroids of the Nirvana level which is more refined than the Brahma world and heaven.  As such, the Buddha-Chakkavattis are built to do their duties in the Nirvana, so they are more refined than lower levels of transcendroids.  When the Buddha-Chakkavattis are acquired from their realms to dwell inside a crystal ball in the human world, a human meditation practitioner can allow the Buddha-Chakkavatti to draw him or her to enter deep meditation until reaching the level of refinement that equals to the refinement of the Nirvana realm.  If the meditation practitioner wishes to go deeper further, he or she has to continue on.

Q4.  Why don’t the competent meditation masters acquire the senior transcendroids to dwell in amulets or crystal balls in order to help meditation practitioners to advance in meditation?

A4.  There are many factors to consider in the superknowledge or vijja.  The acquiring of senior transcendroids from their realms is usually made possible with some tradeoffs.  The meditation masters may have to waste much of their effort and meditation power.  Usually, they cannot acquire for free because they have to bargain with the producers about what they will do or give in return.  In some cases, they have to use much meditation power or level of refinement to reach the realms of transcendroids.  In addition, sometime, the commoners do not deserve to own the senior transcendroids.  We can compare this to the laypeople who are like lieutenants who do not deserve to own the commander transcendroids.  There are cases of common meditation practitioners who own advanced transcendroids and make mistakes that cause problems in meditation as well as manipulating the transcendroids.  Also, sometimes, the advanced transcendroids are difficult for the common meditation practitioners to use because they are too advanced.   

Q5.  Why the more refined transcedroids have no superknowledge or vijja?

A5.  The answer is that transcendroids can be compared to gemstones with different purity, clarity, karat, and color.  Thus, refinement alone is not the only factor that contributes to the availability of superknowledge or vijja.  However, they are somehow interrelated.  To explain, the more refinement, the more opportunity to exercise the superknowledge or vijja.  To analogize, it is like waking up from a good sleep, and read a book with a cheerful mind.  As we read more and more, we grow tired and become less cheerful.  In the same manner, the good sleep is like deepening into meditation to gain refinement while reading a book is like exercising the superknowledge or vijja.  As we exercise more and more of superknowledge or vijja, the refinement of mind decreases. 


End Note

I, Pirajak Suwapatdecha (formerly Pittaya Wong), would like to present the story about Chakkavatti & Kaya-Siddhi briefly.  For more details, may readers, meditation and superknowledge masters research further with your own insight for further clearer understanding and witnessing for the good sake of your own and others’ wisdom.  You may share this knowledge to your students and fellows furthermore as long as it is correct and accurate.  If you have any question, please contact the meditation masters at “www.dhammakaya.org”

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