Forbes Magazine

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“…Intrigued, and fully immersed in the wellness craze that involves crystals and burning sage, I booked a reading, which came with the following description:

"If you value personal growth and could use some guidance, a Crystal Tarot Reading weaves these threads together to answer important questions and move you forward.  Each reading brings you insight on how to navigate challenges and manifest abundance and love, along with a crystal prescription to supercharge your progress."

“The structure of a reading evolves based on what you need,” Reddy told me over the phone. “I can do yes or no questions, but I think it starts deeper, or has a better resonance for the client if we’re working towards something that you really want.”

I immediately ask him about a subject on top of a lot of people’s minds: my financial and career trajectory…”

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Hollywood Reporter

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“Sameer Reddy, a former features editor for Vogue India, treats his clientele (made up of actors and fashion honchos) with what he calls "transformance." This is meant to be particularly helpful for those transitioning from bad relationships. "A current comes down from my heart chakra and transfers into the person," is how he describes his work. Prices are available upon request.”

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W Magazine

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“…Then there’s Sameer Reddy, who had been a journalist in New York and Berlin before developing a healing modality that incorporates tarot, Reiki Tummo, and crystals. “I’d always felt like I should live in L.A.,” he says, noting the city’s cultural openness. Since March, he’s been happily ensconced in Laurel Canyon, where he sees clients in a jewel box–like treatment room on the top floor of his house.”

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Tribeca Herald

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Then I lay supine on the table, and he placed crystals around my body and dripped a liquid on my forehead and under my tongue. As he very gently cradled my head and upper body, I drifted into some neither-asleep-nor-conscious state, awakened rather abruptly by a Tibetan bell being rung in my ear. I felt like I had had a massage—groggy, not particularly ready to speak, and soothed to the point of blissed out. I bid him farewell—I had been there almost two hours—and as I walked home, everyone seemed so uptight, but nothing could touch me. While waiting for a light, the woman next to me said into her phone, “That’s the problem with these fucking people I work with,” and I all I could think was, I choose not to hear you.”

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Artforum

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“With “Tabernacle: A Metamorphic Healing Module,” Sameer Reddy, invites visitors to suspend their disbelief and try, just try, his playful form of personal healing. Exhibited in a gallery adjacent to the museum’s James Lee Byars retrospective, “I Cancel All My Works at Death,” Reddy’s show extends Byars’s spirtualism but eschews the morbidity and heft of his work, while combining central iconography from various faiths with fragments from pop songs and pop culture.”

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W Magazine

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“Reddy uses typical energy-channeling tools—Reiki Tummo, Rising Star, crystal gridding, and gem essences to startling effect. I’ve never been a fan of tarot cards, but when Reddy used them in a technique called Intuitive Encounter, his interpretations were usually spot-on and highly constructive. While he was visiting family in Detroit, Reddy performed a remote healing that dispatched me into a deep trancelike slumber. Throughout our sessions, Reddy has comforted me, helped ease my grief, given me career advice, and made me laugh. He even got me to cook.”

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