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Ed Sattizahn

A memory of Shunryu Suzuki by Ed

Rinso Ed Sattizahn (Abiding Abbot, City Center)

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from Ed Sattisahn page on SFZC.org

After meeting Suzuki Roshi in 1970, Ed Sattizahn lived at Tassajara from 1973 to 1977. He spent the next five years at City Center, serving as Zen Center's vice president and president. From 1983 to 2000 Ed held various executive positions in the microcomputer software industry and developed familiarity with how the world works. In 2003, he was shuso at Green Gulch Farm, and in the same year co-founded Vimala Sangha in Mill Valley with Lew Richmond. Vimala Sangha is named after Vimalakirti, the famous householder disciple of the Buddha, and is dedicated to the practice of householder Zen in the tradition of Suzuki Roshi. Ed received lay entrustment in 2005, was ordained as a priest in 2010, and received dharma transmission in 2012, all from Lew Richmond. Ed previously served on the Zen Center Board for six years (2006–2011) and as board chair for three years (2009–2011). In March 2014, Ed became abiding abbot at City Center, while remaining the guiding teacher at Vimala Sangha Mill Valley.

 

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