About

Photo By: Steve Gaudin

Cara Hope Clark was born into the world in on full lunar eclipse in Providence Rhode Island. At a young age she knew she was more sensitive than most. As she grew into adulthood in her twenties she began to find her way to various healers who would guide her to discovering her life purpose and pursue her calling to help others in the healing arts. She chose to move to Santa Fe, New Mexico during that time to receive her massage therapy, Reiki and energy work training. Five years later in 1989 she moved to San Francisco and studied at the Academy of Intuition Medicine in Mill Valley, California. She had a private practice for fifteen years as a massage therapist and intuitive energy healer before becoming a full-time mom in 1998. She has been involved with personal and spiritual growth for over forty years.

She has a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Rhode Island. As her son grew older, her interest in the visual arts eventually brought her to creating a body of work of abstract paintings. These paintings reflected her connection to Spirit that allowed the healing energy to flow on to the canvas.

Her husband’s suicide in 2012 brought her yet to another calling, sharing her story of grief and transformation, ultimately leading her to write Widow’s Moon. This has been another form of creative expression and energy transmissions from the Divine.

She currently resides in Boulder, Colorado with her son Noah and their beloved dog Lyra. Photography, writing, painting, gardening, cooking, music, spending time with loved ones and being out in nature bring her joy and solace.

Her life purpose continues to be a guiding light for others.