Scientific Evidence Proves Human Physical Body Can Be Transformed Into Light


Have you heard that in Tibet and India alone,
there are more than 160,000 documented cases of people, who after many years of spiritual
preparation, manage to transform their physical body into a body of pure light? Transforming the human body into Rainbow Light
and ascending at the time of death. Today we discuss this amazing phenomena which
has been fully documented by the Tibetans for thousands of years. This is happening right now and has continued
in an unbroken line that we can trace since the first Buddha of the Bon Tradition, according
to tradition close to 10,000 years prior. This has nothing to do with Sakyamuni Buddha
who became well known 2500 years ago and whose tradition is not known to produce this phenomenon. Hang on tight as we delve into this subject
which is one of the most interesting areas of research. WHAT IS THE RAINBOW BODY? This will sound like a movie but here it is. The Rainbow Body is the transformation of
the physical body into light. In other words, is a fully enlightened person
(a jivan mukti) who also liberates the body into light. Now there are 3 levels of the Rainbow body:
1. The Rainbow body
2. The Rainbow body of light
and 3. The Rainbow body of great transference The most common level is the normal Rainbow
body that occurs only after body death. Every 5 years or so a Buddhist from Tibet
enters into this state. There are no physical signs indicating the
start of the process before death and once physical death occurs it takes on average
7 days for the body to shrink and dissolve into light and most of the time a small child
size body remains behind and in more advanced yogi’s only hair and nails. In the ancient times this phenomenon was know
very well. In Sufism — or Tasawwuf which is often defined
as “Islamic mysticism”, “the inward dimension of Islam”,—it is called “the
most sacred body” and the “supra celestial body.” Taoists refer to it as “the diamond body,”
and those who have attained it are named “the immortals” and “the cloud walkers.” Yogic schools and Tantric teachings call it
“the divine body,” while in Kriya yoga it is referred to as “the body of bliss.” In Vedanta, “the superconductive body,”
while the ancient Egyptians called it “the luminous body or being” (akh) or the karast. In the Mithraic liturgy, it was dubbed as
“the perfect body.” In the Hermetic Corpus, it is referred to
as “the immortal body,” while in the alchemical tradition, the Emerald Tablet calls it “the
golden body.” In order to attain a “Rainbow Body”, a
person has to be able to liberate their body into light by having only loving thoughts,
among other things of course. It is believed that every five years on average,
an advanced Buddhist monk enters into this enlightened state. This process is extremely powerful and it
is said that weeks before being able to achieve this transformation, some Buddhist monks can
engrave their hand or foot onto a wall. Many historical occurrences are well documented. The great thing about the Nyningmapa which
are the Red Hats – One of the four main Tibetan Buddhist Traditions, oldest and closest
to the Ancient Tradition and the Bon which is the The Ancient Tradition which predates
Nyingmapa according to some by 10,000 years, is that they are excellent record keepers. They both also have in common a method of
practice called Dzogchen (The Great Perfection). This is a real gift to mankind. It has it’s own identity and is free of
deities and religious overtones. It is simplicity itself for the prepared student. Dzogchen is known as the practice which brings
about the Rainbow Body phenomena. According to Tibetan Buddhism and Bön, Dzogchen
is the natural, primordial state or natural condition of a human being and the practice
of Dzogchen is a body of teachings and meditations aimed at realizing that condition. According to Dzogchen literature, Dzogchen
is the highest and most definitive path to enlightenment. From the perspective of Dzogchen, the ultimate
nature of all sentient beings is said to be pure, all-encompassing, primordial clarity
or naturally occurring timeless clarity. This intrinsic clarity has no form of its
own and yet is capable of perceiving, experiencing, reflecting, or expressing all form. It does so without being affected by those
forms in any ultimate, permanent way. The analogy given by Dzogchen masters is that
one’s nature is like a mirror which reflects with complete openness but is not affected
by the reflections, or like a crystal ball that takes on the color of the material on
which it is placed without itself being changed. If you hadn’t thought of it already, in
the movie Star Wars, it’s what happened to Obi Wan Kenobi when he allowed himself
to be struck down by Darth Vader. His body immediately dissolves into space,
however he merged with the force and continues to guide and mentor Luke on his path to Jedi
enlightenment. Star Wars may be just a movie, but it is a
pop culture example that millions are familiar with, and yet another idea that George Lucas
borrowed from Eastern Mysticism. There are many tales and legends of the great
beings who attain the rainbow body within Tibetan culture. While it is understood that only highly realized
beings reach that state, the many individuals whose storied deaths left the signs and traces
that they had attained the body of light are people from peasants and farmers all the way
up to the highest lamas and rinpoches. Certain famous historical figures in Tibetan
history, including Padmasambhava and Milarepa, are often depicted in paintings in rainbow
body form. However, not only do teachers in the modern
day recount incidents of the rainbow body from their memories from Tibet, but contemporary
masters have attained the rainbow body themselves. Now, lets look some evidence that all point
towards the Rainbow Body being a very real thing and not at all part of religious history
but something that continues to occur right up to the present day. WHERE IS THE EVIDENCE? Ordained Catholic priest Francis Tiso documented
the case of Khenpo Achö, a Gelugpa Monk of Kham, Tibet, who died in 1998 and how he managed
to transform his body into a body of light. David Steindl-Rast, a Benedictine monk proposed
in 2002 a scientific investigation with the Institute of Noetic Sciences to study the
so-called Body of Light, or Rainbow Body, saying that; “If we can establish as an
anthropological fact that what is described in the resurrection of Jesus has not only
happened to others but is happening today, it would put our view of human potential in
a completely different light” Eventually, David Steindl-Rast contacted Father
Francis Tiso who was known for frequently traveling to Tibet, and asked him to look
into this incredible phenomenon. The Case of Khenpo Achö In this photo we see a frail but happy Khenpo
A-Chos a few weeks before his transformation looking happy. Witnesses report that only a few days before
his death a Rainbow was seen over his small hut. Apparently he was of the opinion that this
transformation was very possible while still alive. At the time of death he was reciting the six
syllable mantra Om Mani Padme Hung on his right side. Then his breath stopped and his flesh became
pinking or brilliant white dependent on the witness. He was then wrapped as is tradition on the
recommendation of his friend Lama A-Chos. Throughout this process those present said
they could notice he was getting smaller, not just the flesh but the length of the bones. Other signs (mentioned in the old texts) were
noticed in this period such as perfume, beautiful music and more Rainbow Light. This continued for seven days (the body once
wrapped is left alone) when they then went to unwrap the body only to find he had gone! There was no more body apart from some hair
and nails. Witnesses including Lama Norta came forward
saying that Khenpo A-Chos had appeared to them in dreams and visions. (This is well documented in other cases whereby
final instructions were given to students). The event was well-recorded by local press
who gave specific accounts of what had occurred and “The Rainbow Body,” appeared in an
Institute of Noetic Sciences Review 59 (March–May 2002). Curiously, the rainbow body of Khenpo Achö
was also mentioned by Matthew T. Kapstein in The Presence of Light: Divine Radiance
and Religious Experience (University of Chicago Press, 2004). Tulku Pema Rigtsal, a Nepalese Monk recounts
Achö’s transfiguration: “Recently, on August 29, 1998, at Dome Khamngak
in Azi Rong in Tibet, Khenpo Achö, eighty years of age, attained physical dissolution. One day at noon, lying in bed, without having
suffered any recent illness, while in the posture of a sleeping lion and reciting the
six-syllable mantra, he attained Buddha in the primordial basic matrix of alpha-purity,
his heart of clear light reality perfected beyond the intellect. As his body dissolved into light, his wrinkles
vanishing, he seemed like an eight-year-old child with a beautiful complexion. After a week had passed, when people came
to know of his death, they performed his death puja secretly in order to deceive the authorities,
and at that time, rainbows appeared inside and outside, and a pleasant aroma pervaded
the place. His body gradually diminished in size, and
at the end, he attained Buddha; not even his nails and hair were left behind. It was just like a bird flying from a rock—
people nearby have no idea where it might have gone’. The Case of Lama Thubser on 2016 Lama Thubser achieved the lesser transformation. Meaning his body did not transform entirely
into light and instead significantly shrunk. Enough that he could be fit inside a small
box! The pictures speak a thousand words. Here is one of descriptions from Naldjor for
the following pictures: These photos show the small rainbow body or
Jalü Chung (‘ja’ lus chung) after seven days of continuous practice folloing the final
outer breath, ordinarily called death. He was a Dzogchen practitioner affiliated
with Kathog monastery, Kham, Eastern Tibet. He studied with the great Kathog Situ Rinpocheas
well as with Adzom Rinpoche’s son Adzom Gyalse. Moreover he received teachings from Jamyang
Khyentse Lodrö and Nyoshul Khen Rinpoche. Naldjor There was another one recorded occurrence
in 2016! A practitioner that also achieved this transformation. Her name was Tasha Lamo This is another incredible transformation
in moderin times. Again it was a small transformation meaning
the body shrank. Tasha Lamo was the mother of Lokgar Rinpoche
which is one of the Tulku in Nyingma Katok Monastery. In the photo see her in life and then we can
see a significant shrinkage of the body. So much so that she fits into a small box. This quite graphic picture really brings home
the reality of this. It is happening! The last transformation with photographic
evidence, is the one of Lama Achuk Rinpoche photography that seems to show up some strange
phenomena. Rigorous research is still required but also
there is more than enough physical evidence and reliable witnesses to merit more academic
research into this subject. This great Rinpoche achieved the Rainbow Body
at the age of 84. Having inspired his disciples in life his
greatest lesson was in death. His body shrunk from 1.8 meters to approximately
3cm tall. A clear sign of achieving the small transformation,
almost the full transformation. Apparently the picture showing the Rainbow
light was manifest by this Lama. The Lotus was according to witnesses only
visible in the picture, make your own mind up on that one. Buddhist master H.E. Dzogchen Khenpo Choga Rinpoche writes of his
teacher’s passing into a body of light: “. . . my precious teacher Dzogchen Lama
Karma Rinpoche passed away on the 11th of November, 2013. Yesterday I received extraordinary news from
my Dharma friends in the holy Dzogchen area of Tibet that the sacred body of my kind teacher
Lama Karma has obviously and dramatically shrunk in size. Lama Karma’s body was about 175cm (approx. 5’9”) tall, but two weeks after he passed
away, his seated body has now shrunk to about 20cm (approx. 8”), which means his body, including his
skeleton, shrank nearly 80%. According to Dzogchen tantra, this kind of
miraculous display shows he has attained the Small Rainbow Body, which is a sign that he
has attained the supreme accomplishment of Buddha in this very life. Please deeply rejoice in his devoted practice
and realization of Dzogchen. In doing so, you accumulate immeasurable merit. If his body continues to shrink and totally
disappears, then this miracle will be categorized as Light Body or Atomless Body…” We’re entering a very unique period in time
where many esoteric texts believe that we will become light bodies as we complete the
cycle of the Precession of the Equinoxes, which is a cycle of 25,772 years. These years are broken down into 12 ages as
we are currently exiting the Age of Pisces and are entering the Age of Aquarius. Many believe that these are the days of physical
and spiritual transformation. But what does all these evidence really mean
for us right now in our lifes? I think whatever you want it to! Our perception is highly influenced by our
subconscious programming. In fact a lot of the preparation training
in these traditions though given exotic names (Ngondro – usually 100,000 repetitions of
four foundation practices will be completed before even the Vajrayana Path can be started
and Dzogchen is usually started after Vajrayana) is in fact dealing with these subconscious
patterns before we can even arrive at something like Dzogchen or any other means of attaining
Rainbow Body. But is absolutely achievable and more people
than we realize are achieving it. I really hope you have enjoyed this brief
look at the amazing phenomena known as Rainbow Body. Let me know your thoughts in
the comments below.

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