Imagine waking up in a hospital after having your sweet little baby, only you are not in the room you thought you would be in. You wake up in the morgue. Local author, Nancy Clark, didn’t have to imagine it. That’s exactly what happened to her. Proving that lightning does strike twice, she had a second near-death experience while she was delivering a eulogy some time later.
Ms. Clark, a national award winning author, will discuss her near-death experiences at a free lecture Wednesday June 25, 2014 from 7:00 – 9:00pm at Northwest Masonic Temple located at 2436 Rt. 161. She will share in vivid detail what these transcendent experiences were like and how they transformed her life to become a messenger and inspiration to others to remember who we truly are at the core of our being.
Before becoming an author, Ms. Clark worked as a cancer researcher at a major university. Her scientific background matched with her warm spiritual nature make her stories vivid, compelling and real goose bump generators. The intertwining of logic and love create powerful and vivid imagery for her audience members.
Ms. Clark is the founder and facilitator of the Columbus chapter of the International Assoc. Near-Death Studies, (IANDS). She is a member of the Academy for Spiritual and Consciousness Studies and the National League of American PenWomen. She has given numerous presentations around the country as well as being interviewed on radio and television.
Her books which will be available for purchase after the presentation, include Hear His Voice: The Light’s Message for Humanity; Divine Moments: Ordinary People Having Spiritually Transformative Experiences; My Beloved: Messages From God’s Heart to Your Heart; and Stop Trying to Fix Me: I’m Grieving As Fast As I Can.