Bad Math

A belief is a thought you keep thinking. A disbelief is a thought you keep thinking that is contrary to another thought. Limiting beliefs are somewhere in between. You think something is possible, you simply believe it is difficult or requires something specific in order to occur. Here and now, each of us has desires … More Bad Math

A Journey with Dad

On August 18, 2018 at about 2 am in the morning EDT, my dad, Vincent James Tangredi Jr, shed his skin and reemerged with his Higher Self, his inner being, all of his siblings, and many other loved ones. I was lying in bed in the next room at that time. Every summer, I make … More A Journey with Dad

Oz

The Journey of the Fool is always from where you are to where you want to be. It is a yellow brick road. Whether you’re wanting to get to Oz or Kansas, it’ll take you there. Even the Wicked Witch of the West went to Heaven. Dorthy doused her with water. She screamed, “I’m melting!” … More Oz

Circumstances

I used to think that circumstances meant everything. For example, if planning a vacation, I felt that I had to pick the right dates and location, and choose the best hotel and flights, to ensure a good time. When I encountered awesome weather on vacation, I felt lucky. When it rained, I felt defeated and … More Circumstances

Rolling into 2017

One of the age old questions that has yet to be answered is this: which is the proper way to hang a roll of toilet paper? Hold that thought… In the 70s, Jane Roberts channeled a book called The Nature of Personal Reality. In it, Seth stated, in no uncertain terms, that we create our … More Rolling into 2017

Four or Five

Two Abraham-Hicks quotes that I’ve heard recently have been reverberating excitedly within me. “The only reason it hasn’t happened yet is because you keep noticing that it hasn’t happened yet.” It really is that simple; I can feel that to be true. This next one is probably not an exact quote, since I’m just running … More Four or Five