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In Memory of Joko Haselwood | Stone Creek Zen Center

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In Memory of Joko Haselwood

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In Memory of Joko Haselwood
Joko Dave Haselwood - Zen priest, teacher at Stone Creek Zen Center and Empty Bowl Sangha, father, publisher of Beat poets, landscape architect - died December 29, 2014.
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Joko Haselwood began practicing Zen with Shunryu Suzuki Roshi in 1963 but remained with him for only one and a half years. Later, he resumed practice with Jakusho Kwong Roshi at Sonoma Mountain Zen Center, and remained with him for fifteen years and was ordained as a Zen priest. He left Sonoma Mountain in 2000 and began studying at Stone Creek Zen Center with Jisho Warner Roshi. He received dharma transmission (permission to teach) from her and became Associate teacher at Stone Creek. He led the Empty Bowl Sangha for many years. He emphasized the practice of "just sitting" (Shikantaza) and the need to reconnect our body and mind in the practice of being present to life as it arises moment by moment.
On Thursday, January 8th, the zendo was open from 9 am to 6 pm for an open sitting with Joko's ashes.
Here is an obituary for Joko prepared by longtime friend Glenn Todd:
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Joko Dave Haselwood, 83, died peacefully in his sleep at his home in Cotati, California, December 30, 2014, after a long illness.
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Joko Dave Haselwood began the practice of Zen in San Francisco with Shunryu Suzuki Roshi in 1963, and studied with him for a year and a half. He resumed practice with Jakusho Kwong Roshi at Sonoma Mountain Zen Center, and after fifteen years he was ordained as a Zen priest by Kwong in October 1996. He left Sonoma Mountain in 2000 to study at Stone Creek Zen Center with Jisho Warner Roshi, and was re-ordained in June 2003. He received dharma transmission (permission to teach) from Jisho Warner in 2007. He remained Associate Teacher at Stone Creek until his death, as well as leader of the Empty Bowl Sangha. His recorded lectures can be heard on line by googling: Joko Dave Haselwood.
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A funeral service for Joko was held on January 31, 20l5, at Stone Creek Zen Center.
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In Memory of Joko Haselwood


Joko Dave Haselwood | Buddhist Biography | Sweeping Zen

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Joko Dave Haselwood Joko Dave Haselwood was a Soto Zen priest and guiding teacher of Empty Bowl Sangha in Cotati, California. A Dharma heir of Jisho Warner, Haselwood began his Zen practice with Shunryu Suzuki-Roshi at Sokoji in San Francisco. He also owned a small printing press which published much of the Beat poetry of the San Francisco Rennaissance known as The Auerhahn Press. Among the poets he published was Philip Whalen, who he had developed a friendship with and would consider among his Zen teachers. After leaving Sokoji he married and raised children, moving to Sonoma County in California while immersing himself in psychoanalysis and the Gurdjieff tradition.

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Haselwood passed away at his home on December 30, 2014 at 83.
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Joko Dave Haselwood


Haselwood, Joko Dave « Sweeping Zen – The Zen Buddhism Database

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Joko Dave Haselwood is a Soto Zen priest and guiding teacher of Empty Bowl Sangha in Cotati, California. A Dharma heir of Jisho Warner, Haselwood began his Zen practice with Shunryu Suzuki-Roshi at Sokoji in San Francisco. He also owned a small printing press which published much of the Beat poetry of the San Francisco Rennaissance known as The Auerhahn Press. Among the poets he published was Philip Whalen, who he had developed a friendship with and would consider among his Zen teachers. After leaving Sokoji he married and raised children, moving to Sonoma County in California while immersing himself in psychoanalysis and the Gurdjieff tradition.

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I called Dave Haselwood, a ...

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I called Dave Haselwood, a Zen priest out here in Sonoma who'd published Philip way back when I was in public school. Dave's wife is ill and he couldn't make it.


The nine pieces that comprise ...

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The nine pieces that comprise "Prolegomena to a study of the Universe" were sent to Dave Haselwood of Auerhahn Press. Haselwood and artist Robert LaVigne hitch-hiked up to Portland, where Whalen was working as a court bailiff to meet him and secure the manuscript which became his first published book of poetry Memoirs of an Interglacial Age.

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