Dale Borglum is the founder and Executive Director of Living/Dying Project. He is a pioneer in the conscious dying movement and has worked directly with thousands of people with life-threatening illness and their families for over 30 years. In 1981, Dale founded the first residential facility for people who wished to die consciously in the United States, The Dying Center.
When we have faith, there is no fear. When fear or anxiety overwhelm our faith, can this be the inspiration to deepen our faith? Can we investigate where our fear is stronger than our faith? Can we have compassion [Read More]
In our previous post we explored faith as an antidote to fear. Faith usually develops gradually. What can we do in the moment when her fear is stronger than our faith. Working with fear in the body can immediately [Read More]
Great anxiety and grief have been awakened in the world during the pandemic. The image that comes to my mind is an iceberg, an iceberg made out of fear and anxiety and grief. Before the pandemic only 1/10 was [Read More]
We are two-fold beings, at once human and divine, finite and infinite, dualistic and non-dualistic. On one hand we have a body and a personality that change, that age, that experience happiness and pain, that eventually die. We also [Read More]
Motivation This post will be the first of an ongoing blog that will explore working with fear, cultivating compassion for self and others, creating an awareness that is embodied, that is grounded and centered and what happens when we die. [Read More]