The readings that I offer via email are uniquely professional, not to mention insightful and practical. But there are times when a client would prefer to have my impressions live instead of in a written format. For them, I offer my Telephone Readings.
In my Telephone Readings, I am happy to answer any question or provide my intuitive impressions into any area, such as work, home, money, love, relationships and spiritual development.
I begin my Telephone Readings by asking my client to say their name a couple of times. This allows me to connect to and hone in on their energy. I then share what I immediately perceive intuitively. This generally consists of what I see and sense as to where they are headed in life, the lessons coming up for them and what they should be doing to reach their fullest potential. But I always leave plenty of time for the client to ask questions.
If you would like to have a recording of your reading, I can record it for you at no extra cost. After the reading, I will email you a secure link via which you can download an mp3 recording of your reading so that you can listen to your reading again and again on your iPod or computer.
For all Telephone Readings, you have to ring me at the agreed time on either of the following two numbers. It doesn't matter which number you ring as both will connect you to me:
And finally, with the purchase of this reading, you'll become a current client which entitles you to a year's full access to all of Alan's articles.
Here's how to book a Telephone Reading with me:
“Through sharing your gift you’ve given me a gift!” JH
Year Ahead Readings
Medical Intuitive Readings
Intuitive Life Coaching Sessions
Intuitive Development Training
What a surprising - and to some even shocking - year 2016 turned out to be. Perhaps most significantly, it was the year the British people chose Brexit and the year the American people elected Trump. These were two outcomes precious few saw coming. Pundits, pollsters and even psychics told us that it wouldn't happen - that it couldn't happen. Yet, in the end, it did happen... Continue reading »
This past week I received an email from an old friend. It was terse and straight to the point - "I've done it - I'm giving up booze for Lent." If you knew her, then you would know that this is going to be quite a challenge. It's not that she has a problem with alcohol but cocktail parties are de rigueur in her job as a big-city, high-powered lobbyist. So, her self-imposed sacrifice will be quite testing. But what happened next is what really caught my attention... Continue reading »