In the Transcendental State, the Divine Mind is represented by the meditational Deity (archetypal representation) of the Divine Telesmatta. The Divine Telesmatta is a theurgic meditational Deity, representing the total transcendence, embodiment and realization of the Divine Mind and its attributes. The attributes of the Divine Mind are represented by the nine Divine Principles, plus three of the five centers of attention in the human body. By working with the Divine Attributes, we discover the pleroma (Gr) or the totality of the Divine Mind, known in Buddhism as the Darmakaya (Skt). By this experience, we enter into the direct apprehension of the Divine Telesmatta, where we see an actual intensification of Light. Through this embodiment, a unification with the Divine becomes the permanent state of Theosis.