Yōgi school (Chin., Yang-chʾi-tsung/pʾai; Jap., Yōgi-shu). School of Chʾan/Zen Buddhism, originating with Yang-chʾi Fang-hui. In the phrase ‘five houses and seven schools’ (goke-shichishu), the latter indicates a twofold derivation from Lin-chi, Yōgi and Ōryū, the two lines of Rinzai. Its best-known representative was Wu-men Hui-kʾai.
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