What is the equivalent to the 3 Marks of Existence in Vajrayana or Mahayana Buddhism? I heard a version of the Buddha's enlightenment¹, where the Buddha didn't realize impermanence, dukkha and no-self but in place of that he realized the past, the present and the future. That sounded a bit odd to me, is that a popular Vajrayana version of the Buddha's enlightenment?
¹ Here is how the Buddha's enlightenment is narrated in the movie "Kundun":
"Then, at the time of midnight, the Bodhisattva saw a clear light. Then he saw in a single instant the three states of existence,
and the future
purified by the clear light. Then, sitting at the Tree of Enlightenment, he conquered all the devils."