One can Buddha imagine in the form of three kayas. Together they are known as the ‘trikaya’, a Sanskrit meaning ‘three bodies’. These three bodies are different manifestations of the enlightened mind.
The Dharmakāya, represents pure being, the Absolute, emptiness.
The Saṃbhogakāya represents the enjoyment (bliss) body.
The Nirmāṇakāya represents the transforming physical appearance of the Buddha in this world.
More to come.