Messages & Channelings

Cheryl Richardson > Finding Certainty in Uncertain Times

This morning I woke up feeling like I’m stuck in the movie, Groundhog Day, repeating the same routines over and over again. I fed the cats, cleaned their litter boxes, refreshed their water, then went into the kitchen to make a cup of tea.

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 > Stay Connected to the Sky

The best decision I made in 2020 was to meditate every day starting on January 1st. I kept a small journal by my bed and before going to sleep, I placed an “M” next to the date with a checkmark.

A winter period in life is a time when we’re invited to stop and pull inward (regardless of the actual season).  Like a plant that goes dormant in the cold and darkness, there are times when we, too, need to go dark for a while in order to grow.

Cheryl Richardson > The Great Opening

This afternoon, after doing a bit of work and making pesto from basil in the garden, I was washing up at the kitchen sink when a wave of anxiety hit. I felt myself brace at the familiar, unpleasant feeling.

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. I love expecting things to be easy, to be fun, to happen exactly when they should and in the best possible way.

I woke at sunrise to find mist floating above the reservoir behind our home. Translucent clouds drifting over steel gray water, slowly vanishing in the rising light.

Cheryl Richardson > How to Be a Good Human

As the pandemic picks up steam in some parts of the country and we continue with restrictions, it seems we’re being invited to make a relationship with uncertainty whether we want to or not.

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 > 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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