Laurel Clark

Laurel Clark“Look at the person who’s smiling, the person who’s nodding, the person who seems to get it and you don’t look at one person for an entire 40-minute talk. You look at that person, then you move your gaze to another person and then to another person. So it’s just like having a one-on-one conversation with somebody. And if you’re at ease talking to a friend or talking to someone who you know well one-on-one, you can do the same thing with any size group of people.”
– Laurel Clark
   from Public Speaking Super Powers

Laurel Clark, D.M., D.D., is the National President of the School of Metaphysics, a 501(c)(3) educational organization headquartered in Missouri with 15 branches in nine states. Laurel is a teacher, intuitive counselor, interfaith minister, and author. She has spoken to educational, civic, professional, and business groups around the United States since 1979.

She was one of ten speakers featured on the Women’s Health Empowerment Telesummit and a speaker for IBM’s International Superwomen Group. She is also a presenter for the International Association for the Study of Dreams, the National Association of Social Workers, and WIN University. Laurel has appeared on radio programs around the world and was recently interviewed on ABC in Chicago about dreams.

She teaches people to develop essential life skills such as self-respect, undivided attention, concentration, listening, memory, imagination, reasoning, and intuition. Laurel has developed a seminar called The Power of Personal Connection, teaching practical methods for communicating, resolving conflict, and cooperating with others in personal and professional relationships. She is also an expert on dreams and meditation, aiding people to live more purposeful and fulfilled lives.

Laurel’s most recent book is The Law of Attraction and Other Secrets of Visualization. She is currently writing a book on the Law of Abundance and has written books on Concentration, Karmic Healing and Dharma: Finding Your Soul’s Purpose.

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