C.J. ( Jai ) Marks

The Displaced Cajun with C.J. ( Jai ) Marks from Sedona Talk Radio

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C.J. ( Jai ) Marks is a student of life of Cajun descent who has been traveling the U.S. and Canada in search of a sustainable way to remain in good health. His area of study includes permaculture, edible landscape, and organic growing styles. Blending love for all things natural, holistic lifestyles and applied spiritual living from his time as a therapeutic massage practitioner, his focus is learning so that he may teach. C.J. taught vegan organic farming for the Tree of Life Rejuvenation Center in Patagonia, AZ. His love for knowledge has led him to continue raising consciousness so we may all live in the NOW.

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C.J. (Jai) Marks talks about health in the body and how to accomplish that aim. Living in the NOW informs and enlightens listeners with talks on health, nutrition, and organic lifestyles. Allowing listeners to write in questions or topics they are... more

C.J. (Jai) Marks talks about health in the body and how to accomplish that aim. Living in the NOW informs and enlightens listeners with talks on health, nutrition, and organic lifestyles. Allowing listeners to write in questions or topics they are... more
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