Messages & Channelings

Cheryl Richardson > Today I Am Grateful

This month I celebrate the memory of my dad who passed in 2016. When I sat down to write this week’s blog, I recalled a visit with him while in the hospital and was happy to discover that I captured the memory in a blog.

Cheryl Richardson > Finding Certainty in Uncertain Times

These are tough times, especially for those who are sensitive and empathic. War is brutal on all fronts and we need to stay focused on the habits and behaviors that keep us centered and calm. Along with meditation, which I’ve written about extensively...

For six months I was annoyed by the message that kept popping up on my TV: Time to upgrade your equipment, please click here to order.

Cheryl Richardson > Is It Time To Say Goodbye?

Last week I received an email from a longtime reader who wanted me to know she was unsubscribing because of my newsletter about Ruth Bader Ginsburg. She was polite. She expressed appreciation for all the years of support my words had provided.

Cheryl Richardson > Give Me Some Space

Yesterday, when I went downstairs to work out in our basement, I discovered that my husband Michael had moved a large piece of equipment to another part of the room.

Cheryl Richardson > Divine Intervention

I slipped out of the hotel room firmly pulling the door handle behind me to be sure it locked. My husband Michael was sound asleep and I wanted to enjoy a little breakfast...

Cheryl Richardson > Holiday Help: Planning for a Good Time

This week, as we head into the busy holiday season, I want to invite you to think about what brings you joy.  What do you love to do during this time of year?  Who do you love to spend time with?  When the end of the season comes, what do you wish you had done more of?

Cheryl Richardson > The Art of Making Moments

Sitting by the window in the early morning light, I watch geese glide across the inky blue reservoir below. Like shooting stars in the night sky, they leave trails of light in their wake making a moment I know I’ll always remember. 

Last year I adopted a quote from Louise Hay’s daily calendar.  The page read: “I choose to make the rest of my life the best of my life.” As soon as the day was done, I hung that page in my office where I’d see it every day. Doesn’t it sound like the perfect guiding principle for a New Year?

Cheryl Richardson > Which Door Will You Choose?

For more than two years I’ve glanced at an armoire in my office and thought to myself, I have got to clean that thing out. It’s a tall, three-door cabinet from France that I bought as a gift to myself when I decided to...

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