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Craig Junjulas

Craig Junjulas is a metaphysical teacher, clairvoyant, author, and lecturer who lives in Sedona, Arizona. He is a psychic consultant, hypnotherapist, and spiritual counselor who teaches seminars around the globe.

As a public speaker, he has been a presenter for over 35 years for metaphysical centers, private groups, high school and college continuing education programs, conferences, hypnotherapy conventions, retreats, cruise ships, and more.

Craig has hosted his own talk-radio programs in New York and Arizona. He has composed and produced powerful recordings of guided meditations, ambient music, popular songs, and instructional videos.

He is the author of Psychic Tarot, with over 100,000 copies sold.  He co-created the Inspirational Mandala Oracle Cards in collaboration with the Japanese artist, Mineo Akiyama.

Craig has a background in Medical Technology, chemistry, and microbiology. He entered the metaphysical field in 1981 after spending seven years in scientific research and development for a Fortune 500 company.

As a teacher to those who are serious about their personal, psychic, and spiritual growth, Craig’s approach brings a fresh perspective to advanced students and professionals in the field, while providing down-to-earth basics for beginners.

Craig helps his students to help themselves by stimulating their own higher natures, thus leading naturally to Higher Self Discovery. This strong but gentle man is a teacher’s teacher who recognizes that the greater purpose of expanding the mind is to open the heart and apply this increased awareness to helping others in need.

“In researching personal growth, psychic development, and spirituality in many different systems, I’ve looked at: sciences; psychologies; religions; philosophies; metaphysical teaching systems; healing modalities; and altered states—always with an eye on ancient history, the mystery schools, sacred texts, and shamanic practices, too.”