Kaya-Siddhi, The Celestial Supernormal Replica Body

Kaya-Siddhi

(The Celestial Supernormal Replica Body)

Version B as of 28 Aug 2017

by A Meditation Master & Pittaya Wong

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Kaya-Siddhi are available in many levels and forms such as (i) in the form of hermit and/or ascetic, but Kaya-Siddhi are neither the spirit of hermit nor ascetic (ii) in the form of adorned celestial or brahma beings, but Kaya-Siddhi are not angels or brahmas and (iii) in the form of Chakkavatti or the adorned and crowned imperial Buddha, but Kaya-Siddhi are not the spirit of Buddhas  (the crown and ornaments of Chakkavatti Kaya-Siddhi are for processing and/or empowering Vijja or Superknowledge. 

Chakkavatti & The Seven Precious

However, a Chakkavatti Kaya-Siddhi is not the human imperial monarch (Lord Chakkavatti) who is the king of all other kings.  A Chakkavatti Kaya-Siddhi is celestial.  Both Lord Chakkavatti and Chakkavatti Kaya-Siddhi share something in common that they own ‘the seven precious’ namely (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 which brings about supporting force (4) the noble Lord of Treasure which brings about wealth (5) the noble Lady which brings about happiness (6) the noble elephant which brings about hospitality and (7) the noble steed which brings about promptness and powerfulness. 

The difference is that the Lord Chakkavatti owns the mundane seven precious whereas the Chakkavatti Kaya-Siddhi owns the celestial seven precious.  The seven precious; therefore, are the team and tools for the Chakkavatti(s) to perform their works.

Human Chakkavatti

Other than this, there are the ‘Human Chakkavatti’ whose innermost body or spirit is the celestial Chakkavatti body who governs such Human Chakkavatti 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 Wealth, 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.  This influences an individual to have 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 per their missions which are usually to eliminate sufferings for sentient beings such as in the case of Bodhisattas or Buddhas-to-be persons.

Hermit & Ascetic who Create Kaya-Siddhi

There is the type of Kaya-Siddhi or the Celestial Supernormal Replica Body that develop themselves from lower rank to upper rank.  This is the case of Kaya-Siddhi who begin their beginning appearance as hermit or ascetic.  The human hermit or ascetic has the magical power to replicate themselves to be Kaya-Siddhi which dwell inside an item which is usually a petrified, crystallized or metalized being.  This is 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 have strong insight power usually know that the primary knowledge about Dhamma cannot really lead to the end of Samsara or the cycle of reincarnation.  So, they have to continue the mission by developing themselves to the higher level meaning that they have to go through further training and practice, especially the deeper and stronger meditation as well as superknowledge and mission accomplishment. 

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

The hermit and ascetic as well as some superknowledge masters create their celestial supernormal replica bodies who are charged or installed into a petrified, crystallized or metalized item or being which are numerously available.  The Kaya-Siddhi who dwell in an item has the superknowledge competency, expertise, skill, and power as charged by the owner who is a hermit or ascetic.  Thus, the Kaya-Siddhi have various capability and expertise such as protection, 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 who governs such sacred realm.  We can compare this to the Android Production Factory in the human world where Kaya-Siddhi or the Celestial Supernormal Replica Body are created with sacred merit energy and engines and mechanism are installed.  After production, the Kaya-Siddhi are distributed to various places to perform their duties in causing happiness to humans.  By the way, the evil realm also has its own Kaya-Siddhi factory.  They create the evil Kaya-Siddhi to cause sufferings to sentient beings.  The Kaya-Siddhi created by the Kaya-Siddhi factory are commonly ‘lighter’ than the Kaya-Siddhi 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 appearance of crowned and adorned imperial Buddha body can be classified into seven levels as follows: (1) Culla-Chakra or the Junior Chakkavatti (2) Maha-Chakra or the Medium 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 for ending the cycle of reincarnation.  Each Kaya-Siddhi can assist the occupiers in many ways such as to have a good living, to be safe, as well as progressing 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 where the Kaya-Siddhi were sent from the sacred realms to the mineral stones & materials in the human world for ‘growing’ to be stronger over time.  This is the case of various gems, mineral, and metal stones and materials such as quartz.  The reason for this is that the owners of Kaya-Siddhi wish to try different ways to achieve the mission.  Mostly, this kind of Kaya-Siddhi will be acquired by the meditation or superknowledge masters to enhance and empower their meditation power and superknowledge to be more complete with different qualities.

Embedding Kaya-Siddhi Into An Item

The meditation and superknowledge masters can (a) invite a Kaya-Siddhi to be embedded inside an item such as a molded crystal ball or an amulet (b) using his 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 mishappenings.  However, if the owner has insight, the Kaya-Siddhi will inform the owner directly.

Kaya-Siddhi in Humans

The Kaya-Siddhi 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 capability 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 installs into himself or herself, it is more likely that he or she will be immoral, unvirtuous, and competent in the bad ways.  

I, Pittaya Wong, would like to present the story about Kaya-Siddhi or the Celestial Supernormal Replica Body of the Chakkavatti 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 extend these knowledge to your students and disciples furthermore as long as it is correct and accurate.  If you have any question, please contact www.dhammacenter.org

 

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