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Body Mind Metaphor LLC

Kevin Quiles

M.Div., M.A., LPC, RYT-200

Psychotherapist | Mystic | Esoteric




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A psychotherapist who approaches unidentified phenomena

Real Conversations that Matter

Like opening a book on mystery, the pages you're about to turn to contain an underlying message that the human experience is as expansive as the universe. But there's also a down side to human experience that you will learn about as you read. Let me explain.

We are more than our brains. Ongoing Consciousness comes in a variety of packages. Everything from subtle, bodily energy to existence beyond the confines of the material world are scholarly suggestions. Not to mention the possibility of life out there somewhere, as credible and functional men and women have reported through narratives involving UAP encounters, anomalous experiences, and near death experiences, all of which deserve fresh, serious study from the sciences and mental health community.

Such expansiveness invites us to think of our problems and challenges in this life differently. And this includes mental health, which along with its many contributions has also reduced human experience to assumptions of causation about the brain. An honest look at the nature of reality and a fair distribution of epistemological approaches is a must for us to understand the role of humanity.

But Consciousness makes a most intriguing turn, one we cannot ignore. A most sobering existential thought, really. We as human beings will age, develop a terminal illness, and eventually breathe our last. You can't talk about ongoing Consciousness without entertaining what will happen once our physical temples decline. While the predictable phases of physical and mental decline cannot be left out of the equation, Consciousness adds a new twist to existential angst.

This is one of many subtle hints that recur across the whole arc of the close encounters experience, of a connection between the dead and our visitors..." --Whitley Strieber in Them.

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Conversing with Death Podcast

An educational program to help us make the necessary changes when it comes to aging, illness, and the last breath.

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