Messages & Channelings

Cheryl Richardson > Sensitive Soul: You are never alone

Being sensitive has its good days and bad days, its moving moments and its pain.  Although I wouldn’t change having a sensitive heart for anything, I do struggle to live with it sometimes .

Standing at the kitchen window, I look up to find a coyote peeking out from behind the stone wall that forms a border between the woods and our home.

On September 20th I’ll be releasing my next book, You Can Create an Exceptional Life.  This book is written with Louise Hay and it’s a teaching story that unfolds over the course of a year of traveling together throughout the US and abroad.  I’m excited to share this experience

Cheryl Richardson > Enter the “You’ve Paid Your Dues” stage of life

After my dad died last November, I made a deeper commitment to my own health. Watching him go in and out of hospitals treated by well-intentioned, yet overburdened caregivers, made me vow to do whatever I could to stay out of that system.

Cheryl Richardson > Lose Your Self-Consciousness

The funny thing about being yourself is that you have to lose your self-consciousness – the habit of judging yourself – in order to do it.  You need to become so immersed in the moment and within yourself, that you begin to channel your pure creative spirit.

I stepped outside just before sunset, to add a little birdseed to an empty feeder because I have a raccoon who comes to visit for a late-night snack. As I turned to walk back into the house, I noticed something watching me from the edge of the yard.

Cheryl Richardson > If You’re Feeling Anxious, Please Do This.

On Friday night, my husband Michael and I had dinner with two friends who are healthcare professionals in private practice. During the meal, I asked how their patients were doing given the stressful political climate.

For years I’ve said that the greatest contribution we make to humanity is our commitment to grow and evolve – to raise our level of consciousness.  The more conscious we become, the more we care about each other, the planet, all its inhabitants, and ourselves. 

It's a beautiful, spring-like day here in the Northeast and it feels good to be home enjoying the sun and warmth. Michael and I returned from Paris last week after a business trip that gave us the opportunity to visit places like the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, and the Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Jesus Church. The beauty and grandeur of Paris is beyond words.

Cheryl Richardson > Magic Moments: Notes from the desert

I’ve just returned from a busy week of travel, where I had a chance to spend time with Louise Hay and one hundred women from around the world at Miraval Resort in Arizona.  It was Louise’s first time teaching a workshop in almost twenty years and there were many magic moments.  This week, I thought I’d share a bit of retreat wisdom with you.  Here are a few of m

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