Messages & Channelings

It was 10:30 when the oppressive summer heat finally gave way to cool night air that kept the mosquitoes at bay. I plopped down on a zero gravity chair in the middle of our deck, pushed back on the arms, and came face-to-face with a stunning, cloudless sky.

Cheryl Richardson > What You Gain When You Lose

These days I feel like I’m getting a Masters degree in dealing with grief and loss, and I hope I’m not depressing you. It’s just that right now I can’t pretend that everything’s okay. Because it’s not.

Cheryl Richardson > How God Works In Mysterious Ways

This morning I went to church for the first time in years.

I’d been thinking about going to celebrate Easter and a last-minute invitation from a friend who wanted company sealed the deal.

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.

Cheryl Richardson > Be Excessively Gentle with Yourself.

I’m sitting here in my office, bathed in the cool light of winter. The winds are howling outside, lifting the powdery snow high in the air. Now and then I swear I see a dancing, white fairy, but she quickly disappears with the next strong gust.

It’s late January and our Christmas tree is still standing proud. This year, because of a delayed family party, the tree stayed up after the holidays and this week I’ve decided to keep it up indefinitely.

Cheryl Richardson > In Praise of The Ordinary

The New Year is off to an ordinary start in our house. Lounging in pajamas. Drinking tea. Staring out the window. Cleaning junk drawers. Taking long walks. Watching movies.

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 > Here’s The Sign You’ve Been Waiting For

There are some days when I need a reminder that there’s a grand design to life. That, in spite of pain and suffering and hardship, there’s a force for good at work in our lives.

Cheryl Richardson > How to see Resentment as an Invitation

Last week, while listening to a program about self-care coping strategies, I heard a therapist talk about what she recommends to clients who feel resentful – a harmful, debilitating state of mind.

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