johnny Burke: Welcome to Closer to Venus. I’m Johnny Burke, and today’s guest is Tania Davies, @tania.a.davies. She is a clinical hypnotherapist, psychotherapist, and founder of the Mindful Impact Wellness Hub. This episode we’ll talk about Tanya’s personal and clinical insights as a regression specialist and her work as the success slow coach. Tanya, welcome to the show.
Tania Davies: Thank you so much, johnny. Nice to be here.
johnny Burke: Excellent. Success slow coach. I’m dying to know what that means, but first of all, I see that you’re a regression specialist in both past lives and life between lives. Correct?
Tania Davies: Absolutely. I do use those terms quite loosely actually.
We’ll get into the conversation, I’m sure about it very soon.
johnny Burke: No doubt. Speaking of your work, how did you find yourself on this path?
Tania Davies: Oh, way back when I was younger, probably somewhere in my twenties, things started to be quite interesting for me in terms of, I lost a very close family member to me, and like probably most of your listeners, that starts to unravel your life and you go through that process of grief, et cetera. It became quite interesting for the fact that I started to hear and see and feel a whole lot more than I had ever done before. And to put that into context, at that stage in my life, I was pretending to be an atheist. I was doing the corporate world thing. I was doing everything that everyone had told me was the right thing to do, and it just started to unravel for me. And that was a really uncomfortable thing for a bit of a control freak perfectionist at the time.
It was probably my mom who started to make me more comfortable with the ideas of what I was seeing and what I was hearing. I think both of us have actually gone on that bit of a spiritual journey together to be honest. One would go further and then the other one would catch up, et cetera.
But for me it wasn’t until I actually went to- would you believe of all things an N L P training course? And we delved into the idea of what’s called timeline therapy modality. And the very first timeline therapy I did, the practitioner was working on me. Oh, hell broke loose. Literally. I went so deep, so clear to the point where I almost didn’t want to come out of the experience. And so it took a couple of practitioners to coax me out of being so deep in trance at the time, because that’s what we are dealing with. It was like the entire universe melted away. I was so fully present in that past life experience for the very first time, that I was almost addicted to it. Once I came out of it and went, ‘I’ve got to look into this more.’ In all reality now I realize I’ve actually had past life experiences, flashes coming at me my whole life.
johnny Burke: And this began with an N L P- neurolinguistic programming, I believe. Actually, that does kind of make sense because I can just imagine the training where it’s almost like being under hypnosis, isn’t it?
Tania Davies: It absolutely is. The entire training process itself is set up for you to be in trance for the seven days that you are doing it. It’s intense. And I went and did one with a very skilled trainer that was sort of a live-in experience. So we were all very heightened and ready to go for the entire seven days. But the moment we started doing the timeline therapy, this particular modality- your listeners can Google it. At the end of the day, it’s a regression and it’s a regression based on locating an emotion. And boy did I go hard and did I go fast. It was almost a slightly violent experience too because I was not used to being in another place and at another time with all the emotions and the feeling, the tactile sensations and everything.
So yeah, it was a bit overwhelming, but again, it was a bit addictive after that, when I knew that understood the power of it very quickly. Things started to change for me in my life and I could start to unpack all the stuff that I’d wanted to unpack for a long time. That definitely hurdled me down a very much more spiritual path through sheer curiosity.
johnny Burke: So can you tell us about some of the past life memories, like what era it was, and did you change sexes? Were you a man, were you a different race? And it sounds like there were several. There was more than one, right?
Tania Davies: From what I’ve counted so far of the years that I’ve been doing it now of probably 80, at least, if not more. Some of them are from this time and space. In other words, sort of the earth time space, others beyond. That may surprise a few people, but my clients also go into those spaces. I’m fully prepared for that experience. But for me, I’ll give you a random sample of a few of them.
I was the daughter of an Indian elder, and I’m talking the actual country, India. I’ve also been Native American Indian. I have lived a lot of lives as poor, homeless on the streets in many different locations. London is the one that comes to mind at the moment. Had some very hard times there. One of the most horrific ones is where I lost a whole heap of children at once. That was extraordinarily traumatic. And I’ve been in many wars, if we talk about the masculine feminine balance, I am still carrying more of the masculine in the feminine body this time around. It’s something that I work on constantly because I still have that very extreme warrior- fighter within me, and I know where it’s come from. Many, many have experiences in too many battles, and they’re very intense when I do go into them. But yeah, I’ve been everything and then some, quite a number of them in Egypt. That’s probably quite typical for a lot of people, but that was the very first one that drew me in.
johnny Burke: Ancient Egypt, like the time of the Pharaohs or before the time of the Pharaohs.?
Tania Davies: No during the time of the Pharaohs, and obviously ancient Egypt is quite expansive, but I’ve had at least four that I can recall within that era of the three, 4,000 years within that space. The reason I experienced them so deeply is because a lot of those are ones where I have actually found soul connections to other people who are. have come back with me this time within that life. So they tend to stick through their sheer uniqueness.
johnny Burke: With all the past lives that you’ve had, what is the absolute farthest that you think you might have gone back?
Tania Davies: yeah. One of them, I couldn’t put a date on it because it was so primitive, but we are literally talking about, caves, we’re talking living very seasonal off the land. No agriculture. We’re not even close to agriculture at that point. even language, extraordinarily primitive.
But even before that, I’ve been off planet a number of times. Call that what you will. But I’ve had one experience of just being a light being. And for me that feels like that is probably one of the, if we are talking Newtonian linear time, that’s probably the, the furthest away from this reality for me.
johnny Burke: Light being. Okay. The off-earth experience, I heard about it a long time ago, but I’m hearing it a lot these days, this year. I don’t know why.
It’s beginning to be less of a fantasy and more like a probability, if that makes any sense.
Tania Davies: Yep. For me personally, I haven’t been walking on any other planets as such. So walking, use that loosely. But my clients absolutely are taken quite a number of people through experiences where they’re very spontaneously falling into,’ I have no idea where I am. ‘And then it sort of starts to unravel from there.
But a lot of mine are actually still without what we would call a form. and I’ve had quite a few of those out in the ether somewhere. For me those are quite profound because there’s no physical representation of which to draw on. You’re not masculine, you’re not feminine, there’s no description of body, et cetera. It really is tuning in so deeply to what you are hearing, what you are feeling, as opposed to using your other sensors. So it is a very different experience, and certainly it is for my clients as well.
johnny Burke: What is it to be a light being, if there’s even a way to describe it in earth terms. Can you do that for us?
Tania Davies: Yeah. I’m glad you said that because I’m going to sound completely vague here because that’s pretty much what it feels like as well. For me, I’m very visual. And so when that tends to get taken away from it, it’s a bit of a panic attack occasionally when the visuals don’t really appear the way I expect them to.
I had one experience where, and I do not remember what the emotion was because it was more of the journey that stuck with me than the emotion I was looking for in the first place. But what happened is it felt like I was bungeed all the way out to the outer rim of whatever. Our visual light spectrum could hold for us. It was so significant that I became motion sick and very nauseous because it happened so quickly. When I was out there, I was hearing lots of stuff, but seeing all of a sudden, I could just see galaxies, colors. It was breathtaking, but a very clear understanding and direction that I was to not turn behind me. I was not to experience that because I could sense light from behind me, but I was not to turn otherwise the experience would end. And of course, being the child I am, I was like, ‘yeah, curiosity. ‘And the moment the thought even crossed my mind to turn, I was bungeed straight back again at the same speed. but the experience was euphoric. It was samadhi, it was bliss and that sensation lasted for days.
If that’s some kind of indication as to being able to move through space time like that, the physical form would not have done that. There was no physical,
I was not looking down at a physical form of myself, no gender. It was just my consciousness that was out there just hanging in the outer rim, so to speak.
johnny Burke: Does that lend credence to the theory that consciousness has no end. It’s eternal. Is it forever?
Tania Davies: Yeah, certainly from everything I’ve experienced personally and clinically as well, I can’t at this point say anything other than we go on. We have consciousness already home. People say, ‘oh, what happens when you die?’ And I said,’ well, you just go home and rejoin that your consciousness almost like a slime coming back together and you remerge, with the consciousness that’s behind.’ I hear a lot of people in my office say to me things like,’ well, my loved ones have passed on and then incarnated again, they won’t be there to greet me.’ And I’m like,’ yes, a portion of their soul always remains home to greet everyone’. We can be everywhere at any time. So I think it’s very hard for us as humans to grasp that concept a lot of the time. But I have no doubt at this point from the work that I’ve been doing, that we will go on.
johnny Burke: You know what’s amazing about this is when we get on this particular topic, the accounts that I’ve heard, I’ve lost count. It’s exactly the way you just described it, our consciousness does not die. I think it’s pretty much a no-brainer at this point. It’s beyond amazing. So the other question is, how did you enter the life between life space? Was that during the same first session?
Tania Davies: No, it was completely spontaneous, and it didn’t happen for me first. It happened to a client that I was working with. For me, it actually happened personally quite a bit later, but I’ll depersonalize all my clinical files. But this particular person was going through the work that I do with them and we were releasing some of these really depleting emotions that were weighing them down. They were going in, really good guidance actually. I was just literally facilitating the show, so to speak, and all of a sudden, we were probably a good hour and a half into this. The client sort of changed tone, when we got to the end of one particular life, they just randomly kept going for themselves. So rather than listening to my words at that point, they just kept going. They’re like, ‘I need to go to the light right now.’ Okay? Sure. Client leads the session. Let’s go there.
So we went and we followed the light, typical light that everyone talks about, but for the next 30 minutes for that client, they had no recall at all. Of that portion of the work that we did together, they had a complete recall of all the other work we’d done. But for some reason, as soon as they started moving towards the light, there was no recall at all. And I’m a prolific note taker. I was taking notes like crazy, but it was very interesting because their voice, tonality changed, pace of their voice changed, everything started to change, and then all of a sudden it definitely felt like I was speaking to someone completely different. And I thought, okay, so they’re either channeling where are we going with this.
In hindsight now, I know they were actually channeling a master. What do I mean by that? Ironically, the work that we were doing at that moment was not for the poor client. It was actually for me as the, the guide, the practitioner. because I was at a point in my career where curiosity was out of control, and it was almost as though they decided to use this particular client to get me some answers to what had been going on with my research and my clinical work recently. So I noted all this down, not knowing at the time that this was for me, but the answers were quite profound. And I was following along assuming that these were for the client. That the client understood what was going on. They were participating in it, but as soon as the client came out afterwards, the last record they had was at the last regression. They don’t remember the death scene. They didn’t remember any of it moving towards the light. And so I got really curious at that point. So I started reading back to them some of the content. They had no recall of any of it. Nothing.
johnny Burke: Isn’t that consistent with someone who’s in a deep trance? They don’t remember anything.
Tania Davies: Yeah. It depends how deep they’re going. Yeah. So for myself, I go somnambulistic. When I go deep, I go extraordinarily deep. And some context around that is that, back when it wasn’t cool and trendy to do something called, you know, hypnobirthing. My mom actually brought me into the world quite some time ago through hypnobirthing and my entire life. I’ve used hypnosis or trance to move through difficult situations in my life. Bullying. I’ve had many operations where I’ve used hypnosis rather than pain medication, and I did not know that other people didn’t do this. It wasn’t until, much later in my career, I started to cotton onto the fact that, hang on a minute, how is nobody else using this super tool in their toolbox every day to overcome even just road rage? How are people not using this? So obviously that was a massive push for my career as well, but you don’t know what you don’t know. Now I understand the depths of the trance that I can go into. I have a lot of fun when my clients also very easily move into that space as well.
So this life between life experience that they had, the commonality after I’d noticed quite a number of them happening was that the client would get to a certain point and then there would be a very commanding voice that would literally say,’ No further, that’s it. We’re done. ‘Then they would naturally start to bring themselves out of trance. I’d, I’d love to know who that person is.
johnny Burke: You had mentioned the word master just a moment ago, were you referring to an ascended master or is that something different?
Tania Davies: So I picked up that term from two different people, and I’ll put it into context. Psychic medium, John Edward would come to where I am, Adelaide, south Australia every year. And I had the opportunity to ask him about this particular topic and he said to me, ‘well, clearly the messages weren’t for the client, they were for you. And you knew that instinctively. ‘And I said afterwards, ‘yeah. I probably did’. Instinct was probably a case of, in hindsight, yes, I knew the messages were for me, but then I also went and trained with Dr. Brian Weiss in New York and past life regression expert, obviously. I asked him without much context what this experience would represent to him. And both John and Brian said, it’s clearly from the Masters and it’s for you. Synchronicities- one didn’t have a conversation with the other one. You start to go, alright, who are these masters? And then, as I was educating myself more in my career, I started to realize, okay, so there’s this another level called Masters. And my instinct is that this one for me was Saint Germain, and tends to swoop in and guide me when I absolutely need that level of guidance. So for me personally, within that context, it would be Saint Germain.
johnny Burke: Question about Saint Germain; this actually came up a few nights ago. Have you heard of this story where Saint Germain turns up in different points in history in the same body? Seriously? Wow.
Tania Davies: Yes.
johnny Burke: incredible.
Tania Davies: obviously.
johnny Burke: Right, does he look the same, or
Tania Davies: Well, that’d be a good question. Who’s writing this level of history to be able to verify whether they looked the same, et cetera? So I have heard that they did look the same as well, but again, every now and then you see on television or social media, people putting up images of people from different time spans saying, it’s them. I’m not so sure about that. I don’t think I’ve ever looked at one of myself in a mirror during any of my regressions and gone,’ I look like that now.’ So I can’t quite verify that for myself, but I have absolutely heard that. So, yeah.
johnny Burke: That is the first time I’ve heard of a regression specialist or any kind of hypnotherapist for that matter that the session was almost like hijacked in a way.
Tania Davies: Yeah, it’s happened twice.
johnny Burke: By an entity but for a good purpose, not for anything nefarious or dark. That’s really, really interesting. So, let’s talk a little bit about the practice, right? What motivates a client to come for, let’s start with past lives. What are the things that you hear the most?
Tania Davies: First and foremost, it’s most a lot of the time as I’m just curious” I don’t work with, “I’m just curious. “I work with ” we need to shift something”. Something is stopping you, blocking you, and most of the time it’s a depleting emotion. Sometimes it’s a belief system that they’ve got that they don’t understand why they haven’t. The majority of the time it may be just, ” I’m angry all the time and I have no idea why”. Or ” when I meet this particular person, there’s something that comes up with me.” It’s lust, it’s not love. It’s beyond that. I’ve had some quite unique experiences with people coming to me and I call it the sort of hook that gets them into the conversation. But we always have a very long conversation before we do any of this work because I absolutely need to know what it is they’re really looking for. Because most of the time what they come to me for is not where we are going to go. And so I do need to establish with them, what are these emotions, what context is around them?
I had one particular person that came to see me who wanted to know whether a person who was significantly different in age to them was their soulmate, and I had to explain the entire concept about soulmates and that a soulmate could come into your life for 10 minutes. Not every soulmate is here for you to marry and grow old with and have children with. A soulmate can make a significant impact within a very short period of your time.
They come through as a soulmate and you can have a number of soulmates within one existence. I know beyond a shadow of a doubt that my current husband is actually one of my soulmates. We’ve met many a time before, but does that mean we are destined to be together forever? I’d like to think so, but I’m not in control of that.
johnny Burke: That is really interesting that. You won’t deal with someone who’s just curious. You would rather have a client who is coming to you for a reason. Let’s say for instance, I really want to know who I was in a past life. I just have to know this. Does that qualify?
Tania Davies: No because there’ll be something under that. And that’s the art of questioning, isn’t it? The deep questioning that needs to go on beforehand. And the reason I do that is because I need a buy-in from the person. I need them to absolutely be committed to the process and not just a general curiosity, because generally speaking, I’ve had people who think it’s a parlor trick, that kind of thing. I won’t waste my time on that – it’s a large energy exchange between myself and the client and it can be four hours potentially that we might be under together. When I say under together, they go into trance before they go into trance before they even walk into my clinic. Because I need to be in that space for it to allow to just flow as opposed to it being very structured and mechanical. It won’t work for me otherwise. For me, I don’t think curiosity at its surface level is enough of a commitment. I want an emotional attachment to this situation. Cuz after all, that’s what I’m going to be fishing for is the emotional link.
johnny Burke: What if somebody were to come to you and say, ” I want to know that we don’t just die at the end of this life. I want to know that we are eternal, and I want to once and for all discover if I’ve had a past life or several.” When someone says they’re curious, there’s a reason behind it. They want to know something. Because from my limited experience, when people ask questions around that, they want to know, do we just die or do we go on?
Tania Davies: Yeah. And generally speaking, is that coming from a place of fear? Does that come from a place of needing to know that there’s going to be a second opportunity, second chance. That they’re not going to leave their loved ones? And again, what’s the emotion behind that? Generally? A lot of the time it’s fear unfortunately. There can be a lot of sadness and depression. Clients have an amazing time with this work when I do this work with them, because that sense of hopelessness tends to shift through the work we do together. I do believe with a lot of my depressed clients that come to see me; I very much frame it as that you are doing depression. You do not have depression. It’s not something to own. So if we can isolate it as something that you are doing and it’s a behavior, we can go and find the cause of that behavior, let’s go
johnny Burke: Whether it’s in this life or in a past one?
Tania Davies: Yeah, absolutely. Yep. What’s the trigger? Yeah.
johnny Burke: Tell us about the success Slow coach. How’d you coin the term?
Tania Davies: Yeah, so like a lot of people that are probably very fast paced in this universe, I’ve been told it to slow down my entire life. Slow down with my speaking, slow down with my thinking, et cetera, and so almost like the little rebellion within me has gone. I don’t need to slow down until the universe decided on multiple occasions going, ‘you are going to slow down whether you like it or not. ‘ And the profound thing that crossed me once was that I have had the most significant growth in my existence when I’ve been forced to slow down. And then it came to a point where it was actually not just about slowing your entire life down from a place of weakness, or not being able to keep up with everybody else. It was about strategically slowing down elements of your life so that you can truly hear, see, and feel for things that matter in the moment that are going to give you the best return on investment, for those times that you have to absolutely slow down.
So the work that I do with clients, there’s no way we can do it fast. It’s a fast process in itself. It’s not 20 years to talk therapy. I think the longest I’ve probably worked on a deep process with a client might be three months, but at the same time, when you are in my office, we slow time down. And this is one of the byproducts of trance really working this space, is that time distortion happens. And so the successes that I get with my clients are coming because we are slowing down to a point where their autonomic nervous system has no choice but to play along, because we can’t go into trance when our autonomic nervous system is still trying to fight or flight. It’s a very slow process, but at the same time, boy, it’s fast. That’s why I say to a lot of people, it’s a fast process, but we can only do it by slowing down. So, yeah, hence the Success Slow Coach.
johnny Burke: Because in order to go under hypnosis or into a deep trance state, obviously it would make sense that you have to slow down your breathing and everything else, right?
Tania Davies: Yeah, you don’t need to necessarily be relaxed, and this is a bit of a misnomer. You don’t need to necessarily do that because even people that are suffering from high anxiety, they’re actually still in trance. It’s just not a very particularly productive trance for them. But they’ve managed to put themselves into a certain type of trance and like to think that anyone with anxiety is a great candidate for clinical hypnotherapy.
johnny Burke: Well that’s definitely good to know. That’s about half the planet
Tania Davies: Yeah, absolutely.
johnny Burke: It does seem like that. Now with your sessions, you do record them, or you don’t?
Tania Davies: Well, I definitely don’t record on video. I respect the person’s privacy in that way
johnny Burke: Audio?
Tania Davies: Yeah, typically audio. But there’s a difference between, for me, if somebody comes to me and they want to do past life regression or life between lives, I don’t take somebody that comes to me just for life between lives because I find a lot of the L B L work that happens is quite spontaneous. So if I feel the client’s deep enough and we’re in the right space and there’s the right motivation and they need it, we may just naturally move to that space. And it does very much depend on their depth of trance a lot of the time.
To put this into context, when I work with people, I create an entire breakthrough package for them. So we will do regression work where it’s needed, but if somebody comes to me specifically for past life regression, it’ll be based generally on a big emotion or a big topic for them. And that could be one or two sessions, sometimes four hours at a time, depending on what we need to get for it. And they might go into 3, 4, 5 different lives during that time, depending on how comfortable they are with the process.
johnny Burke: These sessions where they go into different lives in the in between space also, is it like you’re watching a movie or they’re watching a movie, or is it as they’re interacting with other people the past- if that makes any sense in real time?
Tania Davies: It’s actually both. So for example, I teach them to be able to watch it from a safety perspective. So imagine that you are looking for the root cause of something significant like grief, and you go right into this experience, and you are immersed right into your body. I need to be able to train that client to be able to remove themselves from that body and watch it. So that we can observe and take what we need from instead of being so deep in the emotion that they’re stuck in it. Because you can imagine how intense it would be.
I say this personally because when I did a regression on myself for grief, I was alone. I did it myself and I was in there for a long time and experiencing a lot of grief, which is why it took me so long because I was doing it on my own and I wouldn’t want that for somebody else. I want them to be able to have that level of protection from a practitioner that can hold them in the right space. And when the practitioner is ready and knows instinctively now’s the time to be immersed within the body, they can do that. So a really skilled practitioner can both allow the person to be completely immersed in the body or watching it, like you said, from almost like a movie or from an aerial perspective. That for me, is the difference between somebody just playing in the space and being really well-guided because, I wouldn’t want to just delve straight into sadness or anger, et cetera without having some context or warning behind what am I about to move straight into. It’s pretty intense.
johnny Burke: Yeah. Well, it sounds like it.
Tania Davies: And just for context, you’re never going to be given the good stuff first. Rarely does anybody go, ‘ it was all picnics and rainbows or lollipops’.
No, I’m sorry. But you are given what you need to heal, and that’s why I’m very cautious. I don’t want somebody to have to relive something.
johnny Burke: Okay ,when this topic comes up and we start talking about time, sometimes going into a space where there is no time, where it’s all happening at once. Have you experienced the same thing, or have your clients experienced that?
Tania Davies: I’m very science-based, very evidence-based in the work I do. And being married to a scientist, it certainly helps because I can run my theories past someone, and we can break it down. And so from the experiences I’ve had, what my brain wanted to do was go, ‘hang on a minute, these timelines don’t work.’ I’ve been this and this time I’ve been this and this one. And I started to go, ‘that can’t be right because we’re overlapping here. What’s going on?’ And so the place that I’ve landed at with this, certainly at this point is obviously I’m working in different times and spaces all at the same time. And to make that even slightly more complicated, because it’s not complicated enough . There’s a bit of a joke that goes around in this industry that everybody wants to be famous.
So I started doing some regressions where I’m going,’ hang on a minute, I’ve now had an experience of Galileo. Mary, Queen of Scots’, et cetera. The list goes on and I’m going, ‘I’m starting to become a one of those that just is seeking out the famous’, but it wasn’t until I stepped back from it and went, I didn’t know about any of their history or even Mary Queen of Scots at all before I went there. I was given little bits of information till it all came together for me in that existence, except I noticed something very significant. The feeling was quite different. When I felt as though my soul was experiencing this firsthand, it was extraordinarily intense emotions that were coming through. But when I was almost observing other past lives, almost like dipping into the akashic records and picking up somebody’s experience and what witnessing what was going on, the emotion wasn’t as strong. I could recognize the emotion that the person that I was witnessing going through, could feel the clothes on their skin, et cetera. But I wasn’t in it the way I was in it when my soul was really on my own. And I started to go,’ hang on a minute I must be also observing other times and places and spaces. ‘And that’s where I start to think, the bit of the joke about accessing famous people. I think the more you know about them, the more of the connection you have to them through reading history or literature. You can probably tap into their time space that they had in that moment. Does that mean you were them? No, I don’t believe it does, but I did not know anything about Mary Queen of Scots, but I heard, Edinburgh. I heard the year, and then I started to see the scene unfolding in front of me, and the thing that caught my attention the most was that she had the exact same hair color as my daughter. I did not know who she was, but her dress, the colors, her hair, where she was, the environment I picked up on all of it.
And then later I just sort of let it to rest. I did what I normally do. I write it all down. What are the learnings? What do we need to move through? What’s relevant to me is one of the questions I always ask, why have I come here now into this?
Because that was actually a spontaneous one for me. So it was just shown to me. Uh, sometimes when I’m doing the dishes or I’ve got my hands in the water, I just get them shown to me in my mind’s eye. And so I sat, and I wrote it all down. And in hindsight, I thought, there’s got to be something to this because I’ve now dipped into Galileo on a couple of others- what’s going on?
And that’s where I started to form that theory for myself that we do have the ability to tap into other times and spaces, but there’s always seems to be a connection. And so for me, when I was in Venice, I had a very strong connection to Venice when I was there. And so I linked through to Galileo from that experience. And I think the reason I connected to Mary Queen of Scotts was purely -sounds very vain, but the color of my daughter’s hair, which is extraordinary, was the same. And my grandmother was called Mary, and we have these connections. I hope that explains it in some way that yes, it’s all happening at all at the same time, but there’s so many things we can try and tap into depending on our intent.
johnny Burke: And by the way, I’ve heard that many, many times- It’s all happening at once, which, you’re right, it’s quite complicated. In the life in between life space, have you or your clients seen things like life reviews or evidence of soul family members and things like that?
Tania Davies: Yes. I don’t like putting labels on things, but there is definitely a group of beings that act as a council in a way, no maliciousness behind it whatsoever. It is literally a statement of sort of fact that this has happened.
These are the consequences. And almost like the ability to show the web and complexity of everything that’s connected.
And so to take any form of blame or guilt or shame away from anything that’s happened within that person’s existence, you are shown in a way this particular thing needed to happen, whether it was good, bad, or in between, so that this could happen. I think that that awareness and that realization is cathartic in so many ways, but also at a certain sense of being able to see the tapestry of connections at a soul level is quite extraordinary. So for me to try and write all this down as people are doing it and understand it, as much as the human mind can understand what’s going on in that space.
There is definitely a place at which after they’ve met with family members, soul group members that come to welcome them, they are taken to a space where they are literally reviewing the contract that they kind of signed before they came down to Earth to live that life. How much of it have we met? How many boxes have been ticked? What had we learned? What sort of karmic connections are still left? Do you want to go back again? that kind of stuff is a lot of conversation in that space.
johnny Burke: So did you or any of your clients recognize any of the members of this Soul family, or the Soul group?
Tania Davies: Absolutely. And boy did the tears flow, which you can understand really. Because at the end of the day, a particular person that came for sort of the second experience, they went into L B L for about 45 minutes, which is quite a long time. But we took it very, very slowly. I guess they had a fear of going to hell in a way. For whatever reason, the universe went, ‘they need to do this right now’. They went to the in between space where they started to learn that the only form of hell is their projection of what they believe is going to happen on the other side. So when we melted all that away, purely through the guidance of who they were talking to, nothing to do with me, they were literally channeling these concepts of going,’ if I can form a version of hell for myself, I can undo a version of hell for myself.’ So they went through that whole process of unraveling at all.
They helped some relatives that were also stuck; sort of in between states as they were, so we don’t just move straight to the light, so to speak, but they kind of paused in between. There was one particular relative that was stuck in that state. They helped guide them to the light with them. That was absolutely beautiful. But once they sort of moved into that light space, for lack of a better word, when they were there, they could see, sense, feel, just know the different connections between different soul groups and themselves and the interplay that was occurring. And so yes, grandfather is there, but at the same time, grandfather is not grandfather. Grandfather is just a soul within the soul group.
johnny Burke: Was that a role he was playing?
Tania Davies: it’s a role we’re all playing. For example, one of my daughters has been my wife before and she’s been my daughter-in-law. And so there’s many different roles that we tend to play.
johnny Burke: I’ve heard that many times. Really, really interesting stuff. Is there anything else- I’m really opening up a can of worms here. Is there anything else that we should know, or could there possibly be a part two to this discussion?
Tania Davies: I’d love a part two, but I think the thing I would say first and foremost is stop labeling things. Stop expecting them to fit within a box because that’s literally testing the universe to just mess with your mind. Just allow yourself the grace for information to flow, because when you are really open-minded about it all and you stop trying to label things and put them in categories, that’s where you start to really take on the lessons that they’re trying to teach us. And that for me, being the kind of person who’s addicted to knowledge and wisdom and books, too many books, I was in the past always going, ‘well, where does this fit in with things? ‘And now I’m just allowing, and in that allowing, I get better results for my clients, but also for myself, it’s quite profound changes that occur within my life as well. So, yeah, just be open-minded enough to just allow.
johnny Burke: Tanya, thanks so much for joining us today. How can our listeners find you online?
Tania Davies: Yeah, they can definitely just jump onto my website, which is taniadavies.com and that’s Tanya with an I.