Messages & Channelings

Be picky.  Have high standards.  Don’t settle for less.  These are all messages that, when used appropriately, help people to live better lives.  As you start your New Year, I want to invite you to be picky about something in particular – your mind.  If you really want to make this year a year filled with self-love, self-acceptance, forward movement, and success, then decide right now that you’ll do everything in your power to fill that beautiful mind of yours with good stuff – really good stuff. 

Cheryl Richardson > You Time: Goodbye to 2010!

Here we are at the end of 2010 and I hope your last week is just what you want it to be.  I’ve been doing my best to heal from a bad cold, so I’ll keep this newsletter brief. 

Cheryl Richardson > Happy Holidays

As we head into the last days of 2010, I wanted to wish each and every one of you a joyful holiday filled with rest, relaxation, and meaningful experiences.  To support you in creating a beautiful end to 2010, I wanted to remind you of four wishes that will help you to make the most of this special time of year:

Cheryl Richardson > Really Good Self Care: Holiday wisdom from friends

Last week I asked my Facebook community to tell us how they take really, really good care of themselves during the holidays. I thought I’d share some of their ideas with you.  We have such wonderful people with wise advice.  Check it out…

Cheryl Richardson > Stake Your Claim: What if it is this easy?

It was a bright, sunny morning today when my friend, Nancy and I decided to go to the beach for a long walk.  We bundled up in down jackets, fleece gloves and warm hats, and set out to enjoy a low-tide adventure.

Cheryl Richardson > Aging Parents: How to keep the love alive

In the past three weeks I’ve had numerous conversations with people who are taking care of aging parents.  Just this morning I spoke with a friend who’s been in and out of assisted living facilities, doctor’s offices, and hospitals more times than he can count.  Having been a fulltime caregiver for more than three years when my husband Michael was sick, I know how complicated and overwhelming it can be.  And my heart goes out to you if you’re dealing with this situation now.

“Bad times have a scientific value.  These are occasions a good learner would not miss.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson ~ I love the above quote and today, as I was searching for a newsletter to rerun this week while I travel back from LA, I came across this one.  It’s about what I learned from encountering problems while finishing up the building of our home.  So, think about something that’s challenging you right now, sit back and get ready for a new perspective…

Cheryl Richardson > Economy of Thought: How to create new wealth

This morning, I sat on my deck in the sun, thinking about the day and what I would write in this week’s newsletter. After enjoying a period of silence, I picked up one of the “daily inspiration” books that I often read to start the day on the right foot. I closed my eyes, picked a page at random and instantly knew I was meant to share the passage with you.

Cheryl Richardson > Inner Gratefulness: Finding more to love

This week we celebrate Thanksgiving – the holiday of gratitude that invites us to connect with and appreciate the abundance in our lives.  As I took a shower this morning, I thought about some of the things I feel grateful for – hot water, a window in my bathroom with a beautiful view, a cat that makes me smile every single day, and a husband who cares for me with deep and abiding love. 

While going through some old computer files last week, I found an email I sent to a friend – a woman who needed love and compassion while struggling with a tough situation. Today I’m sending it to you…

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