Metaphysical meaning of Junias (mbd)
Junias (A. V., Junia), ju'-ni-as (Gk.)--youthful; a youth.
A "kinsman" of Paul's, at Rome, whom Paul saluted along with Andronicus (Rom. 16:7). Junias was not only a "kinsman" of Paul's, but his fellow prisoner also, a man of note among the disciples, and one whom Paul mentioned as having been "in Christ before me."
Meta. The inner, ever renewing vital force of the subjective mind. This vital force, along with the word of Truth (Paul), is held in bondage and is kept from doing its perfect renewing, vitalizing work in the organism of man, when man lets his spiritually unawakened intellect rule in consciousness instead of being open to and guided by the inspiration and understanding of the Christ.