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In Mahayana Buddhism, the “Dharma Realm” is the ultimate, empty reality as perceived by buddhas, also known as emptiness. The dharmadhatu encompasses all phenomena and is often described as a space where all things appear, abide, and dissolve. It is also synonymous with the nature of the awakened mind. Mandalas that represent the Dharmadhatu are found in Yoga tantras.