Messages about resolutions

Cheryl Richardson

Cheryl Richardson > What Could I Do To Love Myself More in 2016?

“What could I do to love myself more in 2016?” I asked my husband and a few close friends this question given what they know about me and how I live my life.

Alan Cohen

Alan Cohen > Keeping Your New Year’s Evolutions

This year forget about your New Year’s resolutions and pay more attention to your New Year’s evolutions.

Ann Albers

Ann Albers > Align With Love

If resolutions are important to you we will assist, but what we care about more than anything else, is assisting you in experiencing and sharing Love in your daily lives.

Cheryl Richardson

Rather than set new goals or make resolutions, I decided to build on what’s working already. Here are some of the guidelines I want to use in 2015.

Cheryl Richardson

It's a snowy day here in New England and I'm sitting in my livingroom watching Poupon run from window to window trying to catch the big, fluffy snowflakes falling outside just beyond his reach. He's determined to keep at it despite the fact that he never gets the prize. Poor dear...

Wayne W. Dyer

Wayne W. Dyer > Resolve to Get Real

Forget about those New Year’s resolutions in which you decide on the first day of January how you will be conducting your life in September, some nine months later. 

Cheryl Richardson

Happy New Year! I know it’s the time of year when we make resolutions, set goals, and focus on how we need to grow and change and evolve in the coming year.  But, here’s what I’m thinking…

Lee Harris

The theme of Trust will run through the month of February. As you build not only greater but new trust in yourself, the world and life itself, the past will rear it's head from time to time so that you can move forward once more. Many of you will revisit past places and relationships where the expansion of trust was challenged for you, rather than nurtured.

Cheryl Richardson

What if the only resolution you made was to love yourself more? This idea cuts right to the heart of everything I teach (and study myself). And this week, I plan to use this year-end down time to explore what it means to love myself more in 2016.