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Psychic mediums have the ability to connect with loved ones who have passed, as well as to know the names of those who are living that have played or are playing significant roles in an individual’s life. They are also able to pick up on a person’s career, travel plans or current events that may be impacting one’s life. Psychic Library’s psychic medium, Donnie Tash, who is also one of its founders, has often been asked to describe what happens and what it looks like when he communicates with someone’s loved one who has passed. He does not go into a trance, the names and information are just there in his mind, and all he does is relay it back to the person. He prefers to call the process “harnessing their energies.” These energies are the spirits. 

 

IN A PSYCHIC MEDIUM’S OWN WORDS

By Donnie Tash

 

Each of us carries within ourselves the imprints of our past and current experiences, sensitivities and vulnerabilities — what I refer to as invisible tattoos or veiled scars. I have a heightened sensitivity to some people’s imprints. These imprints are vibrations that translate to my mind’s eye as images and past events, most of which relate to people (living or dead) who have been involved in a person’s life or those who are currently playing a role in it. My intuition also plays an important role when I feel that something new or challenging is about to happen in someone’s life.

 

Many people want to know what the Other Side looks like. It’s not like I get a peek into where these people go, or that I have to pass through a lighted white tunnel, as so many people have reported after a near-death experience (NDE). I get pictures in my mind, somewhat clear. Then I see a jigsaw puzzle of facts and thoughts that fit in with those pictures.

 

Think about it, when you put together a real jigsaw puzzle, you start with the pieces on the outer edge to make things easier; then eventually everything connects, and all of those smaller, single pieces fit together. Sometimes though, I am given the center piece of the puzzle and work my way out. However, the person who is getting the reading may not put all the pieces together during a reading because things move at such a rapid pace. It may take a while for all of the pieces to fit and some people might not connect them for even a day or two.

 

People who have passed on are sometimes very clear to me. Those who are ready to come through are at times just standing there. A person may come to a reading in the hopes of contacting a specific individual who has passed; however, sometimes another individual may come through to me with a totally different message. This is something a psychic has no control over. But during that same reading, bits and pieces may be revealed about the initial individual the person wanted to contact. In fact, sometimes people appear just to jar the individual’s memory.

 

When people from the other side speak through me, it’s as if I have a cell phone in my head and I’m receiving an audio text message. Try to envision that you are recalling a conversation you have had with someone. That’s exactly how I hear them. I then start getting a name, and more and more details start to show up. By sitting down and thinking a bit longer, more details do appear. I often get visual snippets of images of either the person or of something that relates to them, for example, something they had owned or a hobby they enjoyed.

 

Names, at times, can be tricky for me. I might only get sounds of single letters that appear in the name, or I might get garbled groups of sounds. For example, note the similarity between the names Barbara and Rebecca. In another example, I might ask: Who’s name contains a strong, dominant sounding letter L? Then I may think of Lilly or Alison. However, sometimes a name or nickname will just come through very clear and precise. I will ask the person receiving the reading: What does this person mean to you? Or Who did you refer to with this name?

 

All in all, remember that psychic readings go very quickly. You may not understand all of the messages during the reading, but give it some time. You will figure it out and it will make sense. As a psychic medium, I do appreciate it when someone who has gotten a reading from me lets me know that they understand the connections made and have fit all of the pieces together.

 

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In a Psychic Medium’s Own Words

Psychic mediums have the ability to connect with loved ones who have passed, as well as to know the names of those who are living that have played or are playing significant roles in an individual’s life. They are also able to pick up on a person’s career, travel plans or current events that may be impacting one’s life. Psychic Library’s psychic medium, Donnie Tash, who is also one of its founders, has often been asked to describe what happens and what it looks like when he communicates with someone’s loved one who has passed. He does not go into a trance, the names and information are just there in his mind, and all he does is relay it back to the person. He prefers to call the process “harnessing their energies.” Sometimes people who have passed on choose to appear to him at a different time in their lives, or during a particularly happy period.

 

 

 

IN A PSYCHIC MEDIUM’S OWN WORDS

By Donnie Tash

 

Each of us carries within ourselves the imprints of our past and current experiences, sensitivities and vulnerabilities — what I refer to as invisible tattoos or veiled scars. I have a heightened sensitivity to some people’s imprints. These imprints are vibrations that translate to my mind’s eye as images and past events, most of which relate to people (living or dead) who have been involved in a person’s life or those who are currently playing a role in it. My intuition also plays an important role when I feel that something new or challenging is about to happen in someone’s life.

 

Many people want to know what the Other Side looks like. It’s not like I get a peek into where these people go, or that I have to pass through a lighted white tunnel, as so many people have reported after a near-death experience (NDE). I get pictures in my mind, somewhat clear. Then I see a jigsaw puzzle of facts and thoughts that fit in with those pictures.

 

Think about it, when you put together a real jigsaw puzzle, you start with the pieces on the outer edge to make things easier; then eventually everything connects, and all of those smaller, single pieces fit together. Sometimes though, I am given the center piece of the puzzle and work my way out. However, the person who is getting the reading may not put all the pieces together during a reading because things move at such a rapid pace. It may take a while for all of the pieces to fit and some people might not connect them for even a day or two.

 

People who have passed on are sometimes very clear to me. Those who are ready to come through are at times just standing there. A person may come to a reading in the hopes of contacting a specific individual who has passed; however, sometimes another individual may come through to me with a totally different message. This is something a psychic has no control over. But during that same reading, bits and pieces may be revealed about the initial individual the person wanted to contact. In fact, sometimes people appear just to jar the individual’s memory.

 

When people from the other side speak through me, it’s as if I have a cell phone in my head and I’m receiving an audio text message. Try to envision that you are recalling a conversation you have had with someone. That’s exactly how I hear them. I then start getting a name, and more and more details start to show up. By sitting down and thinking a bit longer, more details do appear. I often get visual snippets of images of either the person or of something that relates to them, for example, something they had owned or a hobby they enjoyed.

 

Names, at times, can be tricky for me. I might only get sounds of single letters that appear in the name, or I might get garbled groups of sounds. For example, note the similarity between the names Barbara and Rebecca. In another example, I might ask: Who’s name contains a strong, dominant sounding letter L? Then I may think of Lilly or Alison. However, sometimes a name or nickname will just come through very clear and precise. I will ask the person receiving the reading: What does this person mean to you? Or Who did you refer to with this name?

 

All in all, remember that psychic readings go very quickly. You may not understand all of the messages during the reading, but give it some time. You will figure it out and it will make sense. As a psychic medium, I do appreciate it when someone who has gotten a reading from me lets me know that they understand the connections made and have fit all of the pieces together.

 

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The Self Improvement Show
May 10th 2012

Gratitude From The Grave

This is a show you do not want to miss. Take this opportunity to hear what Donnie Tash actually sees and hears when he connects with those who have passed on. If you are skeptical, the broadcast will surely make you think twice.

UNAIRED EXCERPTS FROM
THE READING BY DONNIE

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MAKING SENSE OF IT ALL
AFTER THE SHOW:

Bill, Ducks and a Magazine: The Psychic Medium Blew Me Away By Irene Conlan

May 11, 2012

Donnie Tash, a psychic medium, was my guest on The Self Improvement Show yesterday (May 10) and he blew me away. He said he had a message from my beloved Stephen who died in 2001 of Lou Gehrig’s disease. “He’s very grateful for all you did for him,” Donnie reported. “O.K., … [Read More…]

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A Psychic Medium, Messages and Memories

 

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The Self Improvement Show

Take this opportunity to hear what a psychic medium actually sees and hears when he connects with those who have passed on. If you are skeptical, the broadcast will surely make you think twice. Donnie Tash, co-founder of www.psychiclibrary.com, talks about how he communicates with our loved ones who have departed and how he receives their messages. Technical difficulties during the show did prevent the broadcast of three clips from a prerecorded reading. However, he and Irene do discuss the reading in depth on the program. For further clarification, we have added the recordings here so that you can play them after you listen to the show in its entirety.

 

The host of the Self Improvement Show, Dr. Irene Conlan, had also asked Donnie if he could get any information about her dear friend Stephen, who had passed away years earlier. During the show, she acknowledges the accuracy of the information that Donnie revealed to her, but it was not until after the show that she was, in her own words, “blown away.”

 

So listen to the Self Improvement Show and to the recorded segments from the reading that did not air on the program, and then click on the attached article (below the unaired segments) that Dr. Conlan wrote the day after the show, entitled “Bill, Ducks and a Magazine: The Psychic Medium Blew Me Away.”

 

We guarantee that you will gain a new perspective, given the evidence presented here.

 

Unaired Excerpts from the Reading by Donnie

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Making Sense of It All after the Show

Bill, Ducks and a Magazine: The Psychic Medium Blew Me Away
By Irene Conlan

May 11, 2012

Donnie Tash, a psychic medium, was my guest on The Self Improvement Show yesterday (May 10) and he blew me away. He said he had a message from my beloved Stephen who died in 2001 of Lou Gehrig’s disease. “He’s very grateful for all you did for him,” Donnie reported.

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The Psychic Medium Blew Me Away

Bill, Ducks and a Magazine: The Psychic Medium Blew Me Away

By Irene Conlan

May 11, 2012 

Donnie Tash, a psychic medium, was my guest on The Self Improvement Show yesterday (May 10) and he blew me away. He said he had a message from my beloved Stephen who died in 2001 of Lou Gehrig’s disease. “He’s very grateful for all you did for him,” Donnie reported. “O.K., fine.” I thought. No big deal there. Donnie continued “He talked about how you bossed the doctors around and he talked about something you wrote – about someone named Bill and about ducks.” He continued, “He did well with the disease for a long time and then suddenly got worse.” I could confirm that Donnie was “spot on” about that.

 

I drew a complete blank. Stephen and I didn’t know anyone named Bill and I didn’t know about the ducks. I write a lot of articles and I probably talked about getting “your ducks in a row.”  I couldn’t remember. Donnie insisted I wrote it for a magazine but I’ve never written for a magazine.  Doctors, Bill, ducks, a fast decline and a magazine. What on earth was he talking about?

 

Still blank, I was not able to confirm what he was telling me except for the statement about Stephen’s sudden decline and being bossy.

 

Well, we talked about it again last night and did some Googleing. It took a while but we finally found it. I wrote an article in March of 2009 for The AZNet News – a wonderful holistic newspaper published here in Arizona. I also submitted it to EzineArticles and posted it on this blog. (Notice the “zine” in Ezine as in magazine).

 

The reason I’m telling you this is that I completely forgot about the article, about calling Stephen “Bill” in anything I ever wrote and about the ducks. Donnie certainly didn’t know about any of it. For a Medium to pick up on details as tiny as these but, at the same time as highly significant, is more than awesome and certainly not coincidence.  It is real! He got information!  He didn’t get the information from me so I can only assume Stephen helped. You be the judge.

 

The message? Stephen was grateful that I still cared about what had happened to him and that I wanted to let people know about it. He wanted to say “Thank you.”

 

I have run the article in full below with the passages marked in bold that Donnie Tash talked about and I couldn’t remember:

 

 

The Powerful Effect of Bedside Manner – A True Story For Healthcare Professionals

By Irene Conlan –

This is about bedside manner and it is a true story.

 

He – we’ll call him Bill – had been ill for several months with some strange symptoms, which progressed rapidly. When he finally saw a physician, he was weak on one side of his body, was having trouble swallowing and had twitching muscles all over his body. He was sent immediately to a large neurological center for diagnosis and treatment.

 

After spending all day being examined in the emergency room he was finally admitted to a hospital room late in the day – discouraged, exhausted and frightened. They woke him in the middle of the night for an MRI and a CT scan and he got almost no sleep. The next morning started very early with blood work, more x-rays and a parade of health care professionals. By nighttime he was too tired to eat and sleep would not come. No one seemed to notice.

 

The next day the neurologist, considered one of the best of the best, came in with a retinue of residents trailing behind. Chart in hand he looked at this very ill man and said, “Well, we’re pretty confident that you have ALS – that’s Lou Gehrig’s disease. There’s no known cause, no treatment and no cure.” He spoke in Medicalese to the residents – words that regular people don’t understand – and then turned to Bill and asked, “Do you have any questions?” Everyone was too stunned to ask anything and the specialist and his charges, with no further comments or dialog, left the room.

 

The next day after the last confirming test was done, the neurologist came in again with his parade of residents. After dialoging among themselves, again in Medicalese, the doctor said to Bill, “The last test is in and it is confirmed that you have ALS. There’s no cure. Now don’t go running around spending your moneyon exotic treatments and alternative methods because nothing will help you. You can go on home and come back to the ALS Clinic. Do you have any questions?” Not waiting for an answer, he left the room like a duck with his ducklings trailing behind him.

 

The death sentence had been delivered without so much as a kind word or gesture.

 

The hospital staff came and went quickly like they were just too busy to say anything (and in all likelihood they did not know just what to say to someone who had just been told he was going to die a horrible death soon).

 

Later in his treatment – a month or two later at the Clinic – this brilliant doctor said, “I’m really surprised that you are not deteriorating faster.” Bill obliged him and his decline accelerated. Within a month and a half he died in hospice. (The care at Hospice, by the way, was amazingly supportive, loving and compassionate).

 

The doctor was brilliant. The hospital gave the best physical care that could ever possibly be given. The bedside manner of both the doctors and the hospital staff scored at Zero!

 

“Bedside manner” is really no more than:

o Common Courtesy

o Kindness

o Listening

o Showing interest

o Using understandable language

o Perhaps showing compassion

 

It does not matter if you are a renowned specialist in allopathic medicine, an osteopathic, homeopathic or naturopathic doctor, a dentist, a chiropractor, a reiki master, a spiritual healer or some other form of alternative and complementary medicine practitioner, your patient deserves to be treated like an intelligent, sensitive, competent human being. It is your job to give him information in a language he can understand, give him the bad news without robbing him of all hope and set a stage for his healing or transition.

 

Remember that your patient is more than bones, muscles, organs and skin and that what impinges on him emotionally, spiritually and psychologically impacts his response to medical care and healing work. Your bedside manner can be used as therapeutically as the prescription pad, the adjustment and the energy work. Put yourself in your patient’s shoes and think about what you would need to know and how you would like to be treated – then your bedside manner will most likely be what it should be.

 

There you have it. The magazineBill, the ducks, and, the article doesn’t say so, but, yes, I got bossy.

 

Thank you Donnie, for being so great at what you do and do it with such integrity.

 

Irene Conlan has a masters degree in nursing, a doctoral degree in metaphysics, is a certified hypnotherapist and an ordained minister. She practices holistic hypnotherapy in Scottsdale, AZ and the Phoenix metropolitan area. Irene can be found at http://www.theselfimprovementblog.com.

 

 

 

 

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Gratitude from the Grave

By Donnie Tash
Co-Founder of Psychic Library

 

After a loved one passes away, whether having suffered from a long illness or suddenly, we are totally grief stricken. At this time, we realize that final arrangements for a funeral or memorial service need to be made. During the process of saying goodbye to our loved ones, we try to make the ceremony special and honor their wishes. Many times people do little things, such as placing a personal memento next to the body or talking about and remembering special events that took place while they were alive.

 

I recently gave a reading to a woman who was referred to me by a friend. She was curious to know if she was receiving messages from her recently deceased brother. As I began her reading, many of her deceased loved ones started to communicate with her from the other side. Specific names were revealed to me, so I was sure we had made a connection. Her brother started to come through and he validated things that had taken place and wanted her to know that he was aware of her actions. As the reading began to wind down, I asked her about a blue object that was at the funeral. I asked her “What was the blue all about? Something that was put near him in blue?” She told me that he loved the University of Michigan and Duke University and that he wore Michigan team clothing all the time. I then stated that he was buried in a blue Michigan shirt. She said yes, he was.

 

So, even the smallest things that we do to honor our loved ones do not go unnoticed. Our loved ones from the other side are grateful for everything. Even their belongings that we continue to cherish, such as a piece of jewelry, picture or medal, are reminders that they are still loved and never forgotten and can serve as a link to open a connection with them on the other side.

 

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