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Kevin Quiles

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



(770) 337-8226



We are more than our brains. The Mind, which has no past, present, or future, has long been understood as existing beyond our two little ears. 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.

But along with these intriguing expeditions comes a most sobering existential thought. We will age, be hit with chronic and, yes, a terminal illness, and eventually breathe our last. You can't talk about ongoing Consciousness without entertaining what will happen in this life in our physical temple.

Two rather strange combinations that are only odd because we have made them so. Avoiding deep conversations around near death experiences, deathbed visions, after death communication, and even UFOs, all of which imply the brevity of this one life we are in today, will not help us in the long run. We must face the music. And that is what I do to help people facing turbulence from such experiences within the context of physical bodies that will run their course. Originally from Arecibo, Puerto Rico, a place renowned for its monumental satellite dish and the heritage of the Taino Indians, I soon found my path leading me to New York. In the Big Apple, my family and I embraced the myriad challenges that lay before us. It was only after completing high school and relocating to Miami, Florida, that I found myself drawn towards the church and the prospect of becoming a minister. This new direction led me to graduate from Southeastern College of the Assemblies of God in the late 80s, followed by earning a Master of Divinity degree in 1995. My training continued as I took up chaplaincy, initially in a psychiatric residential facility and subsequently in a major hospital in South Carolina. Over those transformative years, I was blessed with exceptional mentors who adeptly combined psychological theories with spiritual understanding, significantly influencing my approach to helping others.

However, my professional journey took a turn towards hospice care rather than traditional church ministry. Spending 15 years assisting adults at the threshold of life and death profoundly changed me and my theological views, leading me away from conservative doctrines towards a more expansive understanding of spirituality and end-of-life issues. Despite the challenges and at times resistance from peers, I was driven to create a dialogue around death through a program I developed named Conversing with Death, aiming to gently introduce this daunting topic.

After concluding my hospice career and experiencing a military deployment, I ventured back into academia, earning a Master of Arts in Community Counseling in 2011. I embarked on a private practice as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), dedicating nearly a decade to aiding adults navigate through trauma, depression, and anxiety. During this period, my ancestral spiritual roots led me towards mysticism and the esoteric, further enriched by two transformative journeys to India - a meditation retreat in Varanasi and a Kundalini Yoga training in Rishikesh - reinforcing my belief in the vastness beyond our physical existence.

My career has also been marked by an exploration into the phenomena of ongoing consciousness, including deathbed visions, after-death communications, near-death experiences, and UFO encounters. These areas, often shunned due to fear or ignorance, became a focal point of my work, aiming to support and defend those who have had such profound experiences.

Education and specialized training have been pillars in my journey, including degrees from Southeastern College, Reformed Theological Seminary, and Argosy University, along with specialized training in Vedic studies, yoga, clairvoyance, and parapsychology, equipping me to blend the spiritual with the psychological in my practice.

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