(Sanskrit) Literally, "law body, or truth body." The ultimate nature of a fully awakened being. The Buddha Body of Reality. The highest of the bodies of a Buddha (see Kaya). The Dharmakaya is the archetypal "form" of an awakened being, that part which straddles the boundary between the unmanifested Absolute and manifested things. In Kabbalah, Dharmakaya corresponds to the sephirah Kether ("crown").
"Only those who possess the Dharmakaya body, the Law-body, the body which is Substance-Being, can enter into the temple of the Unmanifested Cosmic Mother... Those who enter into the bosom of the Great Reality possess the glorious body of Dharmakaya. Those who possess the body of Dharmakaya submerge themselves within the joy of life, free in its movement." - Samael Aun Weor, The Gnostic Bible: The Pistis Sophia Unveiled