Messages & Channelings

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 > Go Gently Into the New Year

I woke just after 7am today to watch the sunrise, a wash of fiery red and orange fading to soft pinks and peaches on her ascent. I’ve grown to appreciate these daily rituals for the reliability and grounding they offer during unsteady times.

Cheryl Richardson > Learning to Live With Questions

Still in process and doing my best to make sense out of a senseless event, I’ve been sitting with the inner storm and its aftermath. I don’t know about you, but I’m tired. Exhausted, actually. And fed up. 

Cheryl Richardson > The Spiritual Skill We All Need To Develop Now

When I remember that I’m a soul, I remember the nature of energy. I recognize the power to magnetize that which I long to experience more of in this world – love, kindness, empathy, and compassion.

"Your sensitivity is your greatest gift. Protect it."

Last night I went to see a movie with a group of friends. I'd heard wonderful things about the story from people whose opinion I respect, and I was so looking forward to enjoying the film. However, within twenty minutes of watching, I made a decision to leave the theater.

Cheryl Richardson > Self-Care Club

I've just arrived home from Omega where I taught a Mother's Day weekend retreat about developing the qualities and habits of an extraordinary mother. We had a terrific group of women and this week I'd like to share ten pieces of wisdom from our time together. Here we go...

In February of this year I gave my husband Michael a special Valentine’s Day gift. I arranged a private salsa lesson with Piotrek, the owner of a local dance studio. Piotrek is a spiritual teacher disguised as a salsa instructor.

Cheryl Richardson > What Would You Dedicate Your Life To?

What does it feel like when your heart is touched by beauty? 

Cheryl Richardson > A Welcomed Softening at Midlife

I spent the morning rummaging through drawers and cabinets looking for something I hid for safekeeping a few weeks ago. Have you done that? Decided to hide something, tell yourself you need to remember where you put it, and then completely forget when the time comes to find it again?

Cheryl Richardson > When a Bicycle Man Goes Viral

Well, winter has finally arrived here in our neck of the woods. Yesterday we had our first Nor’easter, and while the prediction was a foot of snow, we ended up with a couple of inches and I’m happy to enjoy that as a starter.

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