|“This remarkable book by Irene Kendig offers deep comfort and gentle peace to anyone grieving the death of a loved one.”
-Neale Donald Walsch, N.Y. Times Bestselling Author, Conversations with God
|“Irene Kendig has written a very important book. Many of our beliefs about death are based on superstition and myth; the truth is so much more empowering.”
--Mary Morrissey, International Speaker, Visionary, and Bestselling Author
|“This book speaks truth. Consciousness is immortal and distinct from the body.”
-Bernie Siegel, M.D., NY Times Bestselling Author of 365 Prescriptions For the Soul and Faith, Hope & Healing
|“This wonderful book, filled with love and wisdom, provides many answers about our 'deceased' loved ones. Highly recommended.”
-Robert Schwartz, author of Your Soul's Plan and Your Soul's Gift
|"This life-affirming book diminishes death anxiety. I intend to use it to facilitate my grieving and dying clients."
-Peg Armstrong, M.A., LPC Psychotherapist, How to Be with Someone who is Dying DVD: www.beingnotdoing.com
|" . . . delightful . . . chock full of wisdom and healing . . . one of those rare books that is hard to stop reading. Highly recommended!"
-David H. Paul, M.D., Ph.D. Co-director, University of Santa Monica Prison Project
|“This amazing book will be intriguing to skeptics, fascinating to the curious, and enthralling to believers in reincarnation.”
-Jim Barnes, Editor, Independent Publisher Online
|"Powerful . . . courageous . . . enlightening. Irene opens our hearts and minds to a deeper understanding of the journey of our soul.”
-Harold W. Becker, author and founder, The Love Foundation
HAVE YOU EXPERIENCED A SIGNIFICANT LOSS?
Loss of . . . a loved one . . . a marriage . . . health . . . work . . . a pregnancy . . . hope . . . trust . . . dream(s) . . . self esteem . . . purpose and meaning?
As painful as it can be, loss is a powerful catalyst for change.
Our tendency is to think of loss as "bad." But, what if it's not? What if the loss you've experienced is in service to your growth?
What would you, as a Divine and Eternal Soul, have wanted to learn?
If you're ready to explore further . . .
It was an honor to be among the twenty-four speakers chosen to present at TEDx Charlottesville Open Mic Night on October 13, 2014. With four minutes to share my message, here's what I said:
"Death. It's inevitable. There's not a single person in this theater or on this planet who isn't going to die. We all assume this to be true. But, what if it's not?
My exploration of death officially began in October 2006 when a friend…Continue
Posted by Irene Kendig on October 17, 2014 at 3:30pm
I remember the moment I committed to a life of joy. It was when Jerry, of Conversations with Jerry and Other People I Thought Were Dead, says that, in the spirit world, he flows from one joyous experience to the next, guided by wisdom. I was inspired to do the same in the physical world.
While not an easy path, a life of joy is certainly a worthy one. I've had to give up complaining, which has resulted in more energy and better health. Rather than indulging in problems,…Continue
I've discovered the ultimate freedom.
No, it's not the freedom to do whatever I want, whenever I want—although that's what I believed when I was younger. I'm in my sixties now, and the upside of growing older is growing wiser.
Let me take you back to September 2005, when I spent two weeks holding and caring for babies at a Romanian orphanage as part of a Global Volunteer Program. I cared for eight infants, newborn through nine months of age. In service to the…Continue
I was reflecting recently on my dog Ringo, who died after being hit by a car. I was fifteen. As I ran to his side, he acknowledged my presence with one last wag of his tail. I was devastated. I blamed myself for his death. I also blamed my mom, who was at work. I believed that, if she'd been home, this never would have happened. I thought Ringo shouldn't have died when he did.
We are spiritual beings having a human experience rather than humans with spirits. This is no small…Continue