Buddha of self-enjoyment ［自受用身］ ( jijuyūshin): One of the four bodies of a Buddha. These four bodies correspond to the three bodies. They are (1) the self-nature body, which corresponds to the Dharma body; (2) the body of self-enjoyment, which corresponds to the reward body; (3) the body of beneficence, which also corresponds to the reward body; and (4) the transformation body, which is similar to the manifested body. A Buddha of self-enjoyment is one who enjoys the benefits of enlightenment he attained as a result of his past meritorious achievements, such as Shakyamuni when he attained enlightenment under the bodhi tree. This concept of Buddha is contrasted with that of a Buddha of beneficence who responds to the people’s desire and benefits them through the various teachings that they hope to hear. See also Buddha of limitless joy.