- June 9, 2018
- 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
California Institute of Integral Studies
1453 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
Why do some people experience wholeness as they approach death while others lose themselves in denial, depression, distraction? Is there some powerful truth about life and about healing that we can receive from the few who, as they go through the process of dying, deeply realize their own wholeness?
Join Dr. Borglum for an exploration of the possibilities for realizing wholeness at the edge of life where illness, grief, loss, addiction, and spiritual yearning arise. Using psychological and spiritual tools, Dr. Borglum guides the investigation of these profound and challenging issues. He offers participants the opportunity to explore the deeper questions surrounding death, healing, and the sacred, so that each of us can better embody an enlivened sense of being.
Continuing Education Credits
Course meets the qualifications for continuing education credit for MFTs, LPCCs, and LCSWs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. 6 CEs available.
Course meets the qualifications for continuing education credit for RNs as required by the California Board of Registered Nursing provider number #02523. 6 CEs available.
Dale Borglum founded and directed the Hanuman Foundation Dying Center in Santa Fe, New Mexico, the first residential facility in the United States to support conscious dying. He has been the Executive Director of the Living/Dying Project in Santa Fe and since 1986 in the San Francisco Bay Area. He is the co-author with Ram Dass, Daniel Goleman and Dwarka Bonner of Journey of Awakening: A Meditator's Guidebook (Bantam Books) and has taught meditation since 1974. Dale lectures and gives workshops on the topics of meditation, healing, spiritual support for those with life-threatening illness, and on caregiving as spiritual practice.He has taught with Ram Dass, Stephen Levine, Joan Halifax, Joanna Macy, Jack Kornfield, Annie Lamott, Jai Uttal and many others.He has a doctorate degree from Stanford University.