Bodhisattva is a term used in Buddhism to refer to an individual who has achieved enlightenment, but delays their own personal nirvana in order to help others achieve it. The bodhisattva ideal is a central tenet in Mahayana Buddhism and is considered a virtuous and noble path for Buddhists to follow.
In the Buddhist tradition, Bodhisattva was the first person who succeeded in waking up to the nature of Buddha. Bodhisattva gives an answer to help wake up to all beings in the Universe by understanding that exists only ONE consciousness.
To wake up the human real “Me”, the person must also wake up every being in the Universe. There are an endless amount of alive beings in the Universe, and I give the sacrifice to wake them all up. My limitations are inexhaustible, and I give my power to create them all. Dharma is unrecognizable, and I make a sacrifice to know her. The road of waking up is unreachable, and I make the sacrifice to reach it!