Five Vidya Achievements

The ultimate goals of the teachings of Buddhism are to be proficient in both exoteric and esoteric Buddhism, master all of the Five Vidyas, enlighten oneself and others, and have great compassion as one’s foundation. To be proficient in both exoteric and esoteric Buddhism one must thoroughly understand the Tripitaka (the Buddhist canon) and the esoteric dharma. To master all of the Five Vidyas one must attain penetrating realization in the categories of craftsmanship, sound, healing, causality (logic), and inner realization. Having mastered all Five Vidyas, one has fully enlightened oneself. Only after one has attained enlightenment, can one help to enlighten others. To have great compassion as one’s foundation one must have a mind that has as its basis the benefiting of other people.

The Five Vidyas have been described in the true teachings of Shakyamuni Buddha. During 2006 several exhibitions were held in Los Angeles and San Francisco that displayed some of the individual accomplishments of His Holiness Dorje Chang Buddha III, also known as Buddha Master Wan Ko Yee. Buddha Master Wan Ko Yee has wondrously mastered the Five Vidyas. He has attained remarkable realization in all areas included within the Five Vidyas.


Main Concepts & Principles

2000 International Assembly of Buddhist Recognize H.H. Master Wan Ko Yee as a True Dharma King

Treasure Book: H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III

Museum of Wan Ko Yee-China

2006 March-November Exhibition, San Francisco

2006  February Exhibition, San Francisco

2006 January Exhibition, Los Angeles Area

International Art Museum of America -San Francisco

2014 Opening of H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III Cultural and Art Museum-Covina,