Category Archives: Interviews

Interview on Caregiving with Dale

What does it mean to heal? Healing is the movement into the experience of wholeness, the wholeness of living fully without resistance to the human world of opposites-wellness/illness, life/death, happiness/sadness, beyond the compulsion to help, while at the same time resting in the timeless Presence that includes all opposites. Healing can apply to our entire […]

Life and Death

Pacific Sun Interview: A Matter of Life and Death by Steve McNamara This interview appeared in the March 2, 1990, edition of Pacific Sun. Death is not a light-weight subject. Says Dale Borglum; “I’ll go to a party and people will say, ‘What do you do?’ and I’ll start talking and half the people will […]

Living with the Dying

An Interview with Dale Borglum by Howard Jay Rubin Sun Magazine, January 1983 Asked about dreaming, Baba Hari Dass once responded, “Life is also a dream and death is the end of that dream. After death another dream starts.” If so, how convincing a dream! Each of us has a fear, deep or shallow, of […]

Mystery Engaged

Volunteer Profile — Engaged by the Mystery Sandy Scull has been volunteering with our Open Circle program for 8 years. He is a Vietnam veteran, a retired licensed psychotherapist, but still an active investor— endeavoring to become less active in order to pursue interests with more heart and soul. He has an artist/therapist wife, a […]

Life After Diagnosis

There is Life After Diagnosis I had the pleasure of meeting Suzanne Leider R.N., founder of Sarcoma Alliance, early this year. I was immediately drawn toward Suzanne. She was present, open, and genuine. During our first meeting I learned a lot about Sarcoma Alliance, a non-profit whose mission is to guide, educate, and support people […]