Sunday Larson’s creative and spiritual life flourished under the guidance of Freda Cubera, Annie Pack, Yokki-keeper of the keys, Dolores LaChapelle, Americo Yabar, Maria Ricard; alchemist Dr. Albert Reidel of the Paracelsus Research Society. Most significant to her growth was an encounter with a bolt of trickster lightening that upended her life and sent her back to the garden for a reclamation decade, of woman and place. There she developed an edenesque residential community, the setting for her installation artworks. She earned a Bachelor of University Studies from the University of Utah, concentrating on the disciplines of women’s literature, art history and semiotics. Her jewelry designs captured the attention of an international clientele, 1977-1983, including two years as a staff designer with Tiffany and Co. She’s a Reiki Master/Teacher in the Usui, Holy Fire II Ryoho lineage, reader of the Tarot, and a practitioner of Andean and Yaqui energy healing. Trained and mentored by Eric Maisel, she’s also certified through the Creativity Coaches of America.
Her book publications include The Spinning Game: A Sedona Love Story; Secret of the Missing Crown: A Pilgrimage of Change, a fable published 2012. The Little Book of Questions and May the Mews Be With You, 2015.
It’s true, for Sunday Larson the muse never sleeps. After all, she shares her January 27th birth date with Lewis Carroll.
She lives in Sedona, Arizona with her husband and two rescue cats: Opal Diva and Friar Toodleyumps.
Charms on a Bracelet Accumulate Over Time, as do the Charms of a Woman. Presentation for Sedona Women.