Vail Symposium experts discuss cosmic design
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Lecture Who: Neil and Elizabeth Carman, Ph.D.
What: Pre-birth communication and the existence of pure soul.
When: Wednesday, beginning with 6:30 p.m. reception followed by 7 p.m. presentation.
Where: Antlers at Vail.
Cost: $35 general admission; $10 students, teachers, VVYPA members.
Who: Elizabeth Carman, Ph.D.
What: Yoga Nidra Meditation.
When: Thursday from 10 a.m. to noon.
Where: Betty Ford Alpine Gardens, Vail
How much: $35 general admission.
Call 970-476-0954 or visit www.VailSymposium.org to preregister.
VAIL — Sharing a compilation of stories that investigates pre-birth memory and spiritual amnesia, Neil Carman, Ph.D., and Elizabeth Carman, Ph.D., explore how the soul in the human body is only part of its experience in a multidimensional universe.
On Wednesday in Vail, The two will share stories from those who recall a state of being, not just before birth but before identifying with a human body — an existence as pure soul — and how this increased awareness can fill a life with gratitude, purpose and comfort. It is the final program of the Vail Symposium’s Summer Consciousness Series.
On Thursday, Elizabeth Carman will lead a yoga nidra meditation workshop. In yoga nidra, or yogic sleep, the body goes into the deepest sleep possible while the mind enters a deep meditative state of oneness. The experience rejuvenates the body, mind and spirit. There is no effort, suggestion or hypnosis — relaxation happens by itself.
The Carmans are the authors of “Cosmic Cradle.” Their research links together spiritual wisdom from diverse cultural perspectives, elucidating the pre-birth experience of consciousness and the soul’s journey to earth.
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