Nancy Clark, Ph.D., teaches nearly twenty subjects incorporating the body, mind, spirit connection to foster a global perspective. Her goal is to help all ages better understand their experiences so they can live more meaningful lives. That understanding will lessen the impact of stress during this period of global change.
In Vail, Clark will stretch the consciousness of the audience. As the world moves in to a very unique period of history, Clark will explain how people are beginning to experience multiple realities, simultaneous existences and learning how to rewrite the past to change the future. In her lecture, Clark will discuss: becoming aware of alternate realities, the multiple aspects of the self, reasons for limitations, multiple dimensions of seniors, getting rid of guilt and negativity and how to access other dimensions.
Clark’s work has been presented at the Adlerian Summer Conferences (the Czech Republic), the European Psychologists Conference (Finland) and the 40th Anniversary Congress of European Dowsers (England), as well as the International Peace Conference (Turkey with 1,000 attendees). She has been invited three times to speak at the United Nations in New York.
6:30 p.m. reception, 7 p.m. program