In Mahāyāna Buddhism they become: (i) insight into dharmakāya (trikāya); (ii) cessation of mental superimpositions; (iii) silence in absorption of dharma; (iv) withdrawal from all actions with karmic consequence; (v) living in a way that dharma neither arises nor ceases; (vi) abandoning all intentionality; (vii) giving up reflection on unprofitable questions; (viii) no reliance on ideas or concepts at all.
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