What does it cost?

In the Buddhist spirit of dana, or the practice of generosity, Tarchin has never charged for classes or teaching.  He has also never received money for his books.  (All profits from his books go back into publishing or towards supporting various retreat centres, scholarships, and charitable activity.)  He relies entirely on the generosity of people who feel his work is worth supporting. A ‘dana bowl’ is often put out at classes.  Generosity begets generosity.  Beauty flowers further beauty.  May it continue.

On a practical note, if you wish to support Tarchin and his work by making either a one-off, or a small ongoing automatic payment/donation, please contact Mary Jenkins, mtness[at]eol.co[dot]nz and she will send you details of how to do so.