The Buddhist-tradition talks about a threefold structure of the universe as the 3 Kayas: Dharmakaya, Sambhogakaya and Nirmanakaya, which are three phases of all processes happening in our entire world. These three are connected inseparablyand therefore called the Tikaya. The Dharmakaya is the source, where everything is not-manifested potential still. From that source manifestations of lively energies will appear flash-like within the phase of Sambhogakaya and bring about manifestations of form within the phase of Nirmanakaya. In this graphic the Dharmakaya is depicted symbolically as area below the four blue arrows, the Sambhogakaya as colored arrows, the Nirmanakaya as green dots and space as white dots surrounded by a light-blue area, which extends limitless from the white dots. The white dots of space and the green dots of form share the same place. Here the white dots are depicted a bit left to show, that space flashes first and form follows.
The graphic shows, that communication is happening with the Dharmakaya as the source in the form of 3Kaya-processes, which bring about the material world (light and body) and our experienced world as well. All processes are similar, follow cyclical patterns, but flash with different frequencies: Lightprocesses i.e. are flashing Trillions of time per second* and processes of awareness 360 times** in a finger-snap. In all processes the Budhha-families are active, depicted here as colored arrows: blue-Vajra, yellow-Radna and red-Padma, which bring about manifestations of form and space, depicted here as green dots-Karma for form and as white dots-Buddha for space. The four blue arrows above the blue-dotted line symbolize, that knowing flashes continuously from the wisdom of the Dharmakaya. Therefore space and all relative appearances of form are permeated by it fresh moment by moment. Whatever arises from the Dharmakaya leaps back into it immediately, which means, that the Dharmakaya stays unchanged.
* What is light? http://lumido.eu/html/big_bang.html
The logic of Nagarjuna is explained in a short video:
That´s logical, isn´t it? http://lumido.eu/html/videos.html
** Sakyong Mipham: Ruling your wold
THE SHAMBHALA PRINCIPLE: "In Shambhala, goodness is not only communication between humans; it is also communication with the elements and all living beings. This is known as drala, the natural communication that is always happening in our environment. The tides changing, the birds singing, and people kissing are living signs of the innate wish to communicate that percolates in all relationship. It is this warmth that binds us. The dance between the elements and our perceptions is a dance between the masculine and feminine principles: Our senses are always engaging with our environment. This, too, is enlightened society - the pure, clean communication of the living world."