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September 30, 2013

Author Irene Kendig
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Our guest this morning isIrene Kendig, author of an award-winning book titled Conversations with Jerry and Other People I Thought Were Dead. In this remarkable collection of interviews with seven people who've died, Irene , with the help of a gifted medium, explores what happens when we transition from physical to non-physical reality.
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NDE Radio: Irene Kendig

Irene's book is for anyone has ever wondered whether there is a Heaven or a Hell, a Judgment Day, or a reunion with loved ones. It will illuminate and inspire your heart and mind whether you believe in an afterlife or not. We explore these themes in today's conversation.
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Irene Kendig
Irene Kendig is a bestselling author, speaker, workshop facilitator and soul-centered coach, whose mission is to inspire conscious, joyous living. She is a certified NLP Practitioner and Alchemical Hypnotherapist, with a B.A. cum laude in Psychology from UCLA and an M.A. in Spiritual Psychology from the University of Santa Monica (USM).

Irene honed her presentation and group facilitation skills as senior corporate trainer for an international management-consulting firm. Over the span of a decade, Irene delivered customer satisfaction, team-building, and problem-solving programs to a vast array of companies, including AAA, Avis, American Express, Lufthansa, Marriott, Oracle, and Tumi—with satisfaction ratings consistently over ninety-five percent. Irene also provided extensive coaching to middle managers in Corporate America though Train the Trainer Programs, designed to provide in-house trainers with outstanding presentation skills.

As a certified instructor for Parent Effectiveness Training (PET), Irene has also taught communication and conflict resolution courses to parents in the U.S. as well as in Latin America, in both English and Spanish.

Irene’s soul-centered coaching begins with the premise that we don’t have souls; we are souls. We are souls who have bodies. We are divine and eternal souls having a temporary human experience, with the ability to live moment-by-moment from a place of unconditional love, joy, peace and compassion, which is our true essence. She facilitates clients from around the world in becoming aware of themselves as divine souls, not as a theory, but as a moment-by-moment reality. The result: the ability to live heaven on earth now.

Dedicated to living and sharing the gifts of Spiritual Psychology, Irene is part of a team of graduate volunteers from the University of Santa Monica who have been bringing these principles and experiential practices to women inmates at one of the largest maximum-security women’s prisons in the world, Valley State Prison for Women (VSPW). The program has been nominated for a national award that recognizes excellence in prison reform programs. “Freedom to Choose,” a moving, 22-minute documentary that conveys the power of this work, was a winner in the Emerging Filmmaker Showcase at the 2009 Cannes Film Festival. You can watch the film here.

One of Irene's favorite quotes comes from Victor Frankl, a Jewish psychiatrist who chronicles his experiences as a concentration camp inmate in his best-selling book, Man's Search for Meaning, in which he describes how he found meaning and a reason for living in the most challenging of circumstances: "Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom."

The proud mother of two adult sons, David and Josh, Irene currently resides in northern Virginia with her husband Charles and their dog Scooter.


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