Messages & Channelings

Great expectations. That's the phrase I'm using these days to help me stay aligned with the experiences I most want to enjoy in life.

While shopping for clothes on a quiet afternoon, I encountered a frustrated worker who decided to take her irritation out on me.  As I left a dressing room with clothes on my arm, the young woman yelled - actually yelled - at me for not putting them on a nearby return rack. 

Cheryl Richardson > Self Care During Tumultuous Times

Speaking of self-care. This week I wanted to share a few things I’m doing during this tumultuous time to take good care of myself. Take what works for you.

This newsletter ran in 2006 and touched a nerve with so many readers who wanted to reclaim their lives from dead-end, corporate jobs. I hope it inspires you to open to new possibilities...

I know life requires us to be present to everything – the success and sadness, the peace and pain.  Learning to be with all of our feelings is fertilizer for growth and healing.

Cheryl Richardson > Miraval Magic: Wisdom for a Better Life

I’m heading back to Miraval in a little over a week to teach my last retreat with Louise Hay.  As I was going through my files preparing for our time together, I found notes from our first retreat.  They represent the simple wisdom Louise has lived by – wisdom I’ve been applying to my own life with great success. I hope you’ll use them, too!

Cheryl Richardson > The Power of Perspective: See with new eyes

This morning, I sat on a stool in my bathroom for almost thirty minutes watching my cat, Poupon, study the faucet on our tub. Just before I walked into the room, he somehow managed to turn the knob just enough for the handheld shower to slowly drip, drip, drip water into the tub below. By the time I arrived, he was sitting on the windowsill next to the faucet, trying to figure out where the water was coming from.

Cheryl Richardson > Feel Your Life: The healing power of grief

I’ve just come home from seeing the movie Rabbit Hole with Nicole Kidman and Aaron Eckhart.  It’s a beautiful film that helps to facilitate the healing power of grief.  I highly recommend seeing it, especially if you need a good cleansing cry.

"Deep summer is when laziness finds respectability." Sam Keen

Use your voice. Speak up. Tell your truth. Stop tolerating less than what the wisest part of you knows you deserve. These are some of the messages woven into my next book, The Art of Extreme Self Care: Transform Your Life One Month at a Time. This past week, I had an experience related to these issues that touched me deeply.

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