Sedona AZ (January 21, 2015) – Although Sedona is a world-renowned destination for spiritual/metaphysical services, many residents know little about what our local experts do and how such processes work.
They will have an opportunity to hear from, and dialogue with, a distinguished community leader in this realm, Craig Junjulas, at the Yavapai College, Osher Lifelong Learning Institute’s (OLLI’s) Keynote Speaker program on Wednesday, January 28, from 1:00 – 2:00 pm. in room 34 of Yavapai College’s Sedona Center (on Cultural Park Place, across Rte 89A from Red Rock High School).
Junjulas is a metaphysical teacher, clairvoyant, psychic consultant, hypnotherapist, spiritual counselor, author, and lecturer, who founded the Sedona Metaphysical Spiritual Association, a Chamber of Commerce affinity group for the metaphysical spiritual practitioners here.
He has been a presenter for over 25 years at metaphysical centers and conferences, as well as a guest on numerous television and radio shows, hosting his own radio programs in New York and Arizona. He offers programs in Sedona, across the USA, and in Japan. He also wrote Psychic Tarot, a psychic development manual and companion book to the popular Aquarian Tarot Deck.
Junjulas has a scientific background in medical technology, chemistry, and microbiology, even spending seven years in scientific research and development for a Fortune 500 company, before entering the metaphysical field in 1981. Therefore, he is well-equipped to answer questions about the essential principles and processes underlying a wide range of metaphysical and spiritual practices.
OLLI’s Lunch & Learn is a town hall for local residents to meet, chat, and interact with speakers doing interesting and important things in town. This enjoyable, informative, weekly community event is free and open to all.
Bring your lunch (or come for complimentary coffee, tea, water, and a little snack) and join the conversation at 12:30, or come from 1:00 – 2:00 to learn more about the Sedona metaphysical and spiritual community from Craig Junjulas.
OLLI is a local, volunteer, peer-to-peer, adult education program, part of Yavapai College, that offers many learning groups and workshops each term for a nominal fee. Its Winter is just beginning, and many learning groups and workshops are available. For more information about OLLI or the Lunch & Learn program, please call: 928-649-4275.