Messages & Channelings

Cheryl Richardson > You Are Not Who You Think You Are

I’ve grown to believe that we spend the first half of our lives assembling a personality – an ego – that allows us to function in the world, to set and achieve goals, to live amongst family, friends, and the greater community...

Cheryl Richardson > The Elder Wisdom of Women

It was clear that with age comes the courage to stop fooling around. Because life has an expiration date, you care less about keeping the peace and more about honoring what’s true.

Cheryl Richardson > The Great Mother

I write about nature a lot because Mother Nature has become my mother, my church, and my playground. In this contemplative period of life, I find peace and clarity in the outdoors.

Cheryl Richardson > Souvenirs of Love

I have a little wooden sign on my bathroom counter that’s painted to look like the sun. It reads: “If you have good thoughts they will shine out of your face like sunbeams and you will always look lovely.”

Cheryl Richardson > Living an Unlived Life

Who is this woman slicing lemons and placing them in a fancy water pitcher as she prepares for a dinner party with colleagues and their spouses? I laughed out loud as I set the table, adjusted the lighting...

When I was a little girl my dad used to call me Sarah Heartburn - a funny twist on the French movie actress Sarah Bernhardt - because I tended to be a bit dramatic when things didn't go my way.

Cheryl Richardson > You Can Steal This

Every now and then, when I’m facing a situation that challenges my ability to maintain a calm, peaceful state, I turn to love notes I’ve written to myself that help me get back on track.

Cheryl Richardson > Tiny Treasures Waiting for You

He followed me around like a pigeon in a park waiting for a treat. Little Berty, our ginger tabby, kept meowing in the way cats do when they want something and it’s your job to figure out what it is.

Cheryl Richardson > A Story of Hope and New Beginnings

Spring has arrived here in the northeast and the birds are bustling as they start work on their new summer homes. Organic cotton globes have been hung to assist them in finding good quality construction materials...

Cheryl Richardson > The Wonder Years

It was a gray day crowned by a milky white sky that gave way to shafts of muted sunlight now and then. We were walking in the woods, the three of us, chatting about the latest documentaries we’d seen...

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