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Vail Symposium consciousness series returns with host Nancy Clark, Ph.D.

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Nancy Clark has presented worldwide on topics relating to consciousness and specializes in energy healing. She visits Vail this week for a lecture on Friday afternoon and workshop on Saturday.

EDWARDS — Nancy Clark, Ph.D., teaches nearly 20 subjects incorporating the body, mind and 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 and lessen the impact of stress during periods of global change.

Clark's work has been presented at the Adlerian Summer Conferences in the Czech Republic, the European Psychologists Conference in Finland and the 40th Anniversary Congress of European Dowsers in England, as well as the International Peace Conference in Turkey with 1,000 attendees. She has been invited three times to speak at the United Nations in New York.

Details of the visit

"This greater understanding offers a deeper meaning to physical life, as well as being able to access a higher spiritual perspective," Clark said. "One of the many benefits is providing an expanded tolerance for all humanity."

She visits Vail to challenge and stretch the consciousness of her audience in a lecture hosted by the Vail Symposium at Colorado Mountain College in Edwards on Friday at 6:30 p.m. and a subsequent workshop on Saturday, also at CMC, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Clark's programs, like the rest of the Vail Symposium's consciousness series, are curated by local resident Gary Gilman.

Alternate realities

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As the world moves into a unique period of history, Clark will explain why people are beginning to experience multiple realities and simultaneous existences and how others are learning how to rewrite the past in order 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 and getting rid of guilt and negativity.

"The lecture provides suggestions on how to deal with many areas of life where the population is struggling," Clark said. "It also explains experiences that some are having that cause fear, like a sudden out-of-body event. The information helps people understand that they are not alone and that more and more of humanity are having similar incidents. The goal is to inform and uplift the audience."

Her workshop on the following day is titled "A Mini Course in Self and Distance Healing." Here, Clark will explain how noninvasive energy treatments are the medical model for the future and how China is already experiencing great success with "medicine-less hospitals" and how those hospitals verify their success using ultrasound.

Energy treatments

"The workshop is on the subject of energy healing. This is certainly another area of expanded consciousness," Clark said. "Having taught this subject around the world for 25 years, I am really aware of the benefits and that most people in the West feel their only recourse is allopathic medicine. Learning basic techniques of energy medicine empowers the individual to take responsibility for improving health."

The workshop will specifically teach participants how to identify imbalances in the organs and glands of the body. Clark will then teach how restoring the flow of energy to damaged areas can transform old injuries and surgeries back to perfection.

"Most of the population is only aware of their five senses," she said. "As people become alert to their suprasensory abilities, a whole new wonderful world expands. They see, feel and hear in frequencies that were unavailable earlier. Life is fuller and richer with so much more to explore."

If you go …

What: “Inner and Outer Time: Navigating the Future,” with Nancy Clark, Ph.D.

When: Friday, Sept. 16; 6:30 p.m. reception, 7-8:30 p.m. program with Q-and-A.

Where: Colorado Mountain College, 150 Miller Ranch Road, Edwards.

Cost: $25 general admission online, $35 at the door, $10 students and teachers.

What: “A Mini-Course in Self and Distance Healing,” with Nancy Clark, Ph.D.

When: Saturday, Sept. 17; 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. with a one-hour break for lunch at 1 p.m.

Where: Colorado Mountain College, 150 Miller Ranch Road, Edwards.

Cost: $90

More information: Visit http://www.VailSymposium.org to register for the lecture and/or the workshop.