"To explain pure eyes, I need to first talk about the five kinds of eyes a buddha has: physical eyes, divine eyes, dharma eyes, wisdom eyes, and buddha eyes..."
"He manifested such great transcendent power to let all attendees of the dharma ceremony back then witness the suns, the moons, the stars, the celestial palaces, the dragon palaces, all the palaces, all the heavens and their lords, all the buddhaverses, and all the buddhas of the ten directions to appear within the precious parasol."
"In ancient India, a great dharma teacher or a mahasiddha would always have a parasol above their head while giving dharma teachings... This symbolizes their attainments or accomplishments."
"...there were many elders, who were elderly, wealthy, with outstanding moral character, like the bodhisattvas..."
"A bhiksu or bhiksuni begs for buddhadharma above and food and clothing below... Upasakas and upasikas are the male and female lay Buddhists who take refuge in the Three Jewels and abide by the five precepts. They all came to attend the grand ceremony of Sakyamuni Buddha."