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ZOOM Readings with Medium and Medical Intuitive Heather Carlucci

Sponsored by Pat Garrity of The Corcoran Group

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 27 | 7 PM EST

All Reading participant spots have been reserved.

FREE to observe and take part in a Q&A

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*Note: Readings will be conducted with discretion and privacy in mind. Attendees who have registered to have readings will be prompted to ask a question relating to what they would like Heather to focus on, and by registering to be read, understand that the information shared will be public.

YOU ARE A LEADER. AN ENTREPRENEUR. A CEO. A CREATIVE. A THINKER.

You know who you are. You also know what else you can be. Maybe you need a forecast for a sense of what is truly possible. Or perhaps you also need to understand the mind/body connection. Even better, all of the above. Through the gift of mediumship Heather Carlucci helps those in transition who feel blocked and are looking for insight. Her other gift as a medical intuitive can bring to light a clear way to view current health issues and needed lifestyle changes. Join us for this special Zoom group session where Heather will work with 6 audience members and take questions at the end.

PSYCHIC MEDIUM AND MEDICAL INTUITIVE

In her work Heather combines the 8 clair senses and mediumship to deliver messages and insight to her clients. As a medical intuitive, she understands the impact stress has on the body, channeling information in the language of science to provide a physical report and a plan for healing.

A Message from Heather

As long as I could remember, I could see the energies and spirits that many around me could not. It made for some odd times as a child. As a teenager, I started to clearly see, hear and feel what ailments people had. People on the subway, strangers in an elevator, people passing by. I discovered I was a medical intuitive. It all made sense.

By my early twenties, I was booking sessions to help those afflicted in their recoveries and then with doctors to work on difficult diagnoses. In time, my intuition brought me clearer communications and I realized that I have been seeing, hearing and feeling spirits my entire life. Life experience brought me to work within businesses, with leaders and culturally powerful people. I believe that all messages are sent with love.

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Zoom

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Southampton Arts Center
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