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費隠通容 Feiyin Tongrong (1593-1661)

(Rōmaji:) Hiin Tsūyō


Feiyin Tongrong. (J. Hiin Tsūyō; K. Piŭn T’ongyong 費隱通容) (1593–1661).
Chinese CHAN master in the LINJI ZONG, who lived at the end of the Ming
dynasty. Feiyin was a native of Min Prefecture in present-day Fujian province.
After losing his father at age six and his mother at eleven, Feiyin entered the
monastery two years later and became the student of a certain Huishan (d.u.) of
Sanbaosi. Feiyin subsequently studied under the renowned Chan masters
ZHANRAN YUANDENG, Wuming Huijing, and Wuyi Yuanlai. In 1622, he
departed Jiangxi province for Mt. Tiantai, where he continued his studies under
MIYUN YUANWU. Feiyin eventually became Miyun’s disciple and inherited
his lineage. In 1633, Feiyin served as abbot of Wanfusi on Mt. Huangbo. He
subsequently resided at such monasteries as Tianningsi and WANSHOUSI
in Zhejiang province. His disciple YINYUAN LONGQI edited Feiyin’s teachings
together in the Feiyin chanshi yulu. Feiyin himself composed several texts
including the Chan primer ZUTING QIANCHUI LU and the Chan history
Wudeng yantong.

The Princeton Dictionary of Buddhism (2014)


費隱通容 Feiyin Tongrong

PDF: Enlightenment in Dispute: The Reinvention of Chan Buddhism in Seventeenth-Century China
by Jiang Wu
New York: Oxford University Press, 2008, 480 p.


Portrait of Feiyin Tongrong by Zhang Qi; Inscription by Feiyin; color on silk,
Manpuku-ji Temple, Kyoto