Be your own clairvoyant classes come to Sidmouth

PUBLISHED: 16:30 30 September 2018

Tom Stephens. Picture: Tom Stephens.

Tom Stephens. Picture: Tom Stephens.

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A course on clairvoyancy, which looks to teach people how to predict romance, travel and family or job prospects as well as much more, is being run in Sidmouth.

Tom Stephens, who is the author of The Psychic You: Be Your Own Fortune Teller, will be running the classes at Kennaway House.

The course, which seeks to enable people to place more informed bets on the game of life, will start on Wednesday (October 3).

The number of weeks the course will be run depends on ability, numbers and the commitment of students.

The class seeks to look into health, best places to holiday, the right location for you and the best way forward, among other things.

Tom said: “The course enables you to place your intuition on the outside of you and then to refine your insights into a usable form.”

Those wanting to attend have been asked to bring their own pendulum. It is £10 per session.

Contact Tom on 07790 760643 or email tom@fortunetelling.me.uk for more information.

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