In the words of Charles Eisenstein’s Living in the Gift
“The price for this course is up to you? As each participant will decide for themselves what tuition amount feels right, clear, and fair, reflecting their financial condition as well as their feeling of value and gratitude. Zero is welcome as well. In this regard, my team and I are applying a basic principle of gift — one does not specify what the return gift shall be.
We’ll explain more when you register. You may choose to pay what a normal online program of this level of quality costs, or you may choose more, less, or even zero. We cannot really put a number value on it. That is not because we don’t think it is valuable. It is because we don’t know what the value will be, especially given the wide diversity of financial means out there.
Therefore, we offer the course as a gift, trusting the generosity of participants to support us in developing and sustaining in-depth learning journeys like this one. The team and I trust your judgement about what represents a commitment on your part and respects your financial situation.”