The Trijwikavijbaptikarika written by Vasubandhu was a refined but pivotal work in Yogacara Buddhism, and the Vijbaptimatratasiddhi-wastra of Dharmapala was its sophisticated and comprehensive commentary. Both treatises laid significant emphasis on the alaya-vijbana, or storehouse of consciousness. In the stndies of these two important works, the author achieved three main points. First, the vijbana or consciousness is deeply psychological and soteriological in nature, rather than cognitive as commonly known. Second, the vijbana also works in the cosmological dimension in the form of changing or seeming appearing Dharmapala’s delineations on this point should draw our intention in particular, which far more exceeded those of his predecessors. Third, Dharmapala most positively spoke of the potentiality of all things in terms of bija or seeds which reside in the alaya-vijbana. When all conditions are fulfilled, the seeds will mature and appear as phenomena. Fourth, the alaya-vijbana functions on the dimension of salvation. It is the basis of spiritual transformation, the delusive vijbana being changed into the pure and taintless jbana or wisdom.when the transformation reaches profound maturity, complete enlightenment of sentient beings will be attained.