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Wisdom, Compassion & Non-clinging Awareness with Tarchin Hearn
Feb 12 @ 5:00 pm – Feb 25 @ 2:00 pm
*** Please note – this retreat is now fully booked ***
If you wish to go on a waitlist , please contact the Course Manager: Mark Schrader – email@example.com
Wisdom, Compassion & Non-clinging Awareness
A retreat with Tarchin Hearn
Friday Feb 12 @ 5:00 pm – Thursday Feb 25 @ 2:00 pm
Meaningful living begins with an intuition,
life, as vast-mystery-unfolding,
birthing the deeply compelling question;
how to live well in the midst of this dancing of everything and everyone.
Clarifying this natural state of being,
radical interconnectivity, creative and constantly dynamic.
Cultivating skills in primordial contemplation,
complete attunement and skilful engagement.
Discovering no-name sanity.
The ancients might have called this Primordial Dharma.
Continuously transient, extravagantly creative,
competently and confidently home.
The retreat will be a precious opportunity to pause and refresh and re-evaluate everything. Day by day, inviting a flow of contemplation, meditation, discussion and movement while living with, and on the land, we will explore the meeting point of mindfulness and deep ecology and our place in the world.
Teacher, author and artist, Tarchin draws on the fruits of a life-long involvement with Buddhist philosophy and practice, and a passion for contemplative ecological science. Further information about Tarchin is on this website wangapeka.org/tarchin-hearn and more details about his work can be found at www.greendharmatreasury.org
Costs – this includes accommodation, food, cooks fee, and a resource fee
Accommodation in huts or units
Member: NZ$ 1,118.00 (plus *dana)
Non Member: NZ$ 1,248.00 (plus *dana)
Member: NZ$ 949.00 (plus *dana)
Non Member: NZ$ 988.00 (plus *dana)
If you wish to camp, you will need to bring your own camping equipment. Please also write “Camping” on the registration form when you register – thanks.
*Dana for Tarchin
In the Buddhist spirit of dana, or the practice of generosity Tarchin offers these teachings freely. He relies entirely on the generosity of people who feel this work is worth supporting therefore you are welcome to offer dana as an appreciation of the gift of this teaching. A ‘dana box’ will be available in the main hall in Wangapeka. Generosity begets generosity.
For further information contact the Course Manager: Mark Schrader – firstname.lastname@example.org
To register please fill out our online registration form
If using Paypal please add 5% of the total cost and include with your payment to cover Paypal’s fees – many thanks.
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