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.

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I was talking with a man recently who’d been caring for his dying father. “I left him to take care of some personal business,” he said. “I knew I shouldn’t have gone because something inside told me not to go. But I didn’t listen. My father died while I was gone.” Regret. The word originates from Old French— regreter, which means “bewail (the dead), feel sad, repentant, or disappointed over (something that has happened or been done, esp. a loss or missed opportunity.” “If only I’d been a better sister, brother, wife, husband, mother, father, daughter, son, or friend…

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