Non-violent Communication, Prayer and More: A Conversation with Kalliste Arienne


Sometimes, all it takes is one life-changing moment to turn everything around, either for better or for worse. Thankfully, for Kalliste Arienne, it was the former. Today, she will be telling us why effective communication and prayers can help you reclaim your life from alcohol and find your true self from within.

In this episode, Kalliste Arienne shares how using alcohol as a coping mechanism disconnected her from reality. She also talks about how one accident changed her life forever.  Finally, she shares the things she learned along the way that helped her open up and form meaningful relationships.

Tune in and be inspired by Kalliste Arienne’s experiences and insights.

Here are three reasons why you should listen to the full episode



BECOME inspired by how Kalliste transformed her life from complete isolation to her spiritual awakening.


LEARN the power of prayer and how it can impact your life.


LEARN about non-violent communication and its importance in overcoming addiction.

Episode Highlights 

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"Who’s to say there’s one way? And where does that belief come from — that there’s one way to achieve something? What works for you doesn’t work for me. What works for him doesn’t work for you. So why are we to believe that there is one way?’".

"It’s a lifelong journey of discovering self as love. We can intellectualise it and get it on a level, but to really embody it is a journey we take until our last breath. And I'm a big believer in that—in that we can do a large degree of healing to rid ourselves of codependent patterns".

"Even through your misinterpretations and judgments, if you're seeking truth, that is part of the quest. And part of the journey, I think, is to come up and see everything that is standing in your way — all of the judgments and the thoughts and the beliefs that you have".

"If you have overcome an addiction, you have done some of the deepest spiritual work than anyone else on this planet. I believe addiction is deeply spiritual work. To be in your authenticity, to be in your ownership, to be who you are — that is being rooted in the spirit".

"‘Until you get a hold of your words, you cannot get a hold of your life. And that's exactly what I have found is that by being able to have language and tools and strategies for any situation, I have been able to tap back into the life within myself. And that's been very, very empowering for me".

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About the Guest


Kalliste Arienne studied International Relations at University of California, San Diego. She went to the Center for Nonviolent Communication (CNVC), learning about cognitive behavioural therapy, transactional analysis and androgynous semantic realignment, and studied with Dr Pat Allen.

Now, Kalliste is a global mentor for life enhancement and empowerment. Hoping to inspire more people, she is an educator of effective communication strategies and a spiritual life coach.

You may reach her through her email. You can also connect with her on Facebook and LinkedIn.

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