5 Questions: Tyler Henry

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To purchase tickets to see Tyler perform at the Lynn Auditorium, on April 8, 2018, visit www.lynnauditorium.com

Growing up in a small town in central California, Tyler began receiving intuitive mental images
when he was only 10 years old with the foretelling of his grandmother’s death. Intimate
communication with a deceased loved one evolved into “reading” classmates, and Tyler soon
found himself the victim of schoolyard bullying. He eventually sought the guidance of a
renowned medium who immediately recognized his gift. Between speaking to the dead and
predicting people’s futures, and juggling math homework and gym class, life for a teenage
medium in a small town became anything but easy.

After a series of life- changing events – including a near- death experience – Tyler recognized that his passion, calling and life purpose was to bring clarity and closure to those he was privileged to read. Tyler continues to work on managing his often     – overwhelming gift.

 

SD: How did you discover your gift?

TH: It started back in April of 2006 at the age of 10 years old.  One night, I woke up and had a feeling that my grandmother was going to die. While I was explaining it to my mom, the phone rang and my mom was told that my grandmother had passed away. 

SD: How do you prepare yourself for a reading?

TH: Since I am the conduit and need to stay unbiased, I clear my head of all thoughts and make room for mental space. I also do a little mediation to help. 

SD: How do you handle criticisms or skeptics that don’t believe in your ability?

TH: It is all about being open minded and bringing validation to a person. There are always going to be skeptics out there no matter what we do. I have a gift that I use to help people and that is what I love doing. 

SD: Your show is in its third season. How do you keep it fresh?

TH: I have performed over a 175 readings, and you can never plan for what is going to happen. Each reading is a mystery and surprising. I have definitely grown more confident in myself as both a person and a medium.

SD: What can fans expect at your show?

TH: The live show is performed in two parts. In the first half, I share my experiences and what I have learned from being a medium. The second half is a Q&A. Interacting with the audience is fun and very exciting. 

 

For more information about Tyler, visit www.tylerhenryhollywoodmedium.com. To purchase tickets to see Tyler perform at the Lynn Auditorium, on April 8, 2018, visit www.lynnauditorium.com


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