Everything exists as a dependent designation, in relationship between a basis for something and its name. Nothing stands alone on its own. This relationship also exists when we talk about the final result of Buddhahood. The Buddha’s Form Body and the Buddha’s Truth or Wisdom Body are also dependent on each other as dependent designations. Neither exists on its own. This presentation of the two truths or realities taught by the Buddha is not found in other traditions, although some do talk about two truths, what they mean by it is not the same. Once we have a little intellectual understanding, we deepen our understanding through repeated meditation. The meditation begins with analysis using concepts. When some taste is experienced, then the concepts are dropped.