Since the premiere of E!’s new series Hollywood Medium With Tyler Henry (Sundays at 10pmET on E!), a lot of fans have been asking how to contact Tyler Henry. The star of the series had quite a following prior to the start of his show, so he already has a waiting list.
“As far as getting or booking a reading, I do have a manager who takes appointments, and so I have a website —[updated: www.tylerhenryhollywoodmedium.com] — where people can reach me and book a reading,” he tells us. “But I currently have a waiting list, about six months, that we’re working with, but I definitely am looking forward to new clients, so I’m open to it.”
Henry, who turned 20 last month, has been finessing his gift for some time, and although he has plenty of fans, he does deal with skeptics as well.
“I remember when I was first starting, around 16, I had a woman who came to see me who was very skeptical, and I told her that she had a susceptibility to an intestinal hemorrhage that I, I saw was a rupture, and hemorrhage,” Henry explains. “And she was a little cynical and she laughed, and then I was contacted by her a couple weeks later, and she told me that she was hospitalized because she dealt with an intestinal rupture very shortly after meeting, and so that was really a wake up call for her.”
When pressed to explain how exactly he saw that coming, he explains the process as being more of a visualization and his body’s own physical feelings.
“Medical intuition goes around a couple different subjects. So, it’s clairvoyant in the sense that I receive information about people’s health through visions that I get, and there’s also a very strong physical component where I really click on the physical attributes of the illness. So, for example a chest pain or a head pain. But in this particular case I was just given an intense stomach pain, and then had a visual image of an intestine rupturing.”
Clearly it’s not easy to deliver any troubling news about a person’s health, but Henry has learned to work through that.
“I would say that there are for sure subjects that come up in readings that can definitely be really heavy, sensitive; and me being a complete stranger to these clients, and meeting them for the first time, it’s a little tough sometimes to say, ‘Oh, you know, I have to now tell you about a very personal aspect of your life.’”
I would think most people would appreciate the heads up so they can look for symptoms and would maybe be more readily willing to get help. What do you think?