Tonya Dawn Recla, Executive Director of Super Power Experts, joins Laura Greco on the debut show of SuperPower Mommas. Tonya spends her days convincing people Super Powers are real and recruiting other powerful mutants. During her career as a government Special Agent, she explored the human psyche and honed her Super Powers. Tonya continues as a lifelong student of energy manipulation, transmutation, clair senses, and intentional molecular creation. She believes everyone has the power to create a multidimensional existence and master the human experience. And along with all of this, she is also a momma. Listen in as Tonya and Laura share a discussion that explores what it is to be a conscious momma, raising a daughter while pursuing her purpose.
Welcome, everyone. This is Laura Greco and I’m so excited to have you here. I’m one of the SuperPower Up! hosts, and today’s topic is, SuperPower Mommas. So sit back and relax. We’re going to have some fun here. In fact, if you have found your way here, that tells me that you are a mama who is simply called in her heart to sharpen up her superpowers and expand in your way of parenting.
I’m so excited today, because we have Tonya Dawn Recla here. She is my very first guest, and this is my very first podcast. Welcome everyone, for that. I’m delighted to tell you a little bit more about Tonya. She specializes in multi-dimensional mastery, and embodiment of abstract frequency. She attunes clients to their highest frequency and holds them accountable to a total self-dominion. She works exclusively with change agents, who are committed to exemplifying high, vibrational living as a possibility for all.
On a personal note, though, I’d like to share with you what really drew me to Tonya, and that is her vibration of love and her amazing enthusiasm and sense of adventure. She has a most interesting history and continues to build on this as she parents her daughter. I continue to be intrigued with her, “think outside the box style,” and I enjoy observing the results. So without further ado, please join me in welcoming Tonya. Welcome Tonya.
Awesome. Well thank you so much. I’m so honored to be here, and I’m so incredibly excited about this show!
Yay! Me too! Me too. Well to start you off, we’re going to do our traditional question. I’m so excited to hear what you have to say here. So Tonya, what are your superpowers? Your momma superpowers, that is?
Beautiful. Well, I love this nuance of this question, because you know, I talk about Neva all the time and my relationship in parenting her, but it’s always typically in conjunction with other things, and so the idea of being able to focus on that mom role is a unique one for me. The momma superpower that I feel plays the most critical role in how we rear her, in how I rear her, and then how Justin and I parent her together, is just being able to allow her to be, you know? Having my own self-dominion, my own self-actualization to the extent that it creates inherent freedom within our relationship so that she can explore that on her own and become her own person. I think there’s always a degree of programming. There’s always a degree from passing on, and I’m in full awareness of a lot of the ways that we are programming her, but the self-identity piece of me being able to stand in my own and allowing her to figure out what that looks like for her, I think has played a huge role in my life, as well as hers.
And you know, it just spoke to me when you were sharing that Tonya, is you are displaying trust. Trust in her and her ability to be the person that she is and develop that trust in herself.
I’m telling you, really beautiful. So how do you see these powers as assisting your child as she grows up? Maybe you want to expand on that a little more. You already shared some of that.
Yeah, I think maybe it’s trajectory, so interesting. You know, it’s unique in the sense that I only really catch a glimpse of it through reflection in others, because we call ourselves kind of a 24/7 family, so the three of us are really in-meshed in everything from business to her learning, to just lives in general. For me, who she is and how she moves through the world is very normalized. And I don’t really see it in comparison until for whatever reason, I see it reflected or we get feedback from other people. And I say all of that, because I think it’s important to acknowledge that that flavors my perspective. From my vantage point, she’s her own kind of living, breathing, whole entity. She came in, in my opinion, in utero she was that way.
I always had the sense that there were aspects of her that were far wiser than I am. I can’t just see her as a child, certainly she has those components, and she also has this wisdom and this innate connection to the Divine, that is undeniable. So it’s like, how do you parent somebody with that sort of a juxtaposition happening? You have to kind of speak to both, right? On one hand, you have to be willing to say, “I get it,” and be the student, and on the other hand, you really have to be the parent of the pieces of her that are the child aspect. I really credit my own awareness, my own journey, my own willingness to kind of step into that for my ability to be in all of the complexity of it, it you will. I think that that comes from … I’m not sure you can do that unless you’ve done a large amount of your own journeying and practice into stepping into your own self-dominion, because otherwise, I think it’s too threatening.
Mm-hmm (affirmative). Mm-hmm (affirmative). Yeah, and I always say that our children are really, they’re a great mirror for us, right? We see ourselves even differently just through looking through their eyes.
Well early on, actually I’ll add that really quickly. That was really our secret sauce. I think early on, Justin and I established this understanding that she was barometer of us. Especially as an infant. If she was off, if she was cranky, if something was going on, looking at her first as a receiver of energy and looking to ourselves and the environment to see what might be throwing her off, versus making it about her first. And so it allowed us to check-in and be like, “Oh wow. We’re kind of off here. Let’s attend to that,” and then we can see her more clearly. I think that that was just a powerful exercise for him and I to agree to do together.
Beautiful. I love, love, love, that you brought that out, because that is really helpful, I’m sure for our listeners too, to think about that when they’re seeing the energy of the room. Maybe the children aren’t listening, or they’re not getting ready on time. Like, what’s really going behind the scenes that it’s creating this environment in the first place? Thank you for sharing that.
We’re going to take a quick break Tonya, but before we do, I’d like to ask you to let our listeners know how they can find out.
Oh, absolutely. So they can go to superpowerexperts.com, and we have a really cool quiz on the homepage where you can do a little assessment and find one of your predisposed superpowers. It’s fun, so come play with us. But that’s a great place to go. SuperPowerExperts.com.
Yeah, and that quiz is fun. We’ve been talking with Tonya Dawn Recla of SuperPowers and exploring the topic of superpower mommas, so stick with us, and we’ll be right back.