The Unasked Question by Cheryl Marlene

The Unasked Question

However, there is one question which cannot be answered within the Akashic Records. The unasked question. If the Receiver doesn’t ask the question, then there is no way to respond and remain in integrity with the process of the Akashic Record Reading. Just as you must wait to be asked to provide a Reading, it …

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Welcome to this Dance We Call Life

  An excerpt from Cheryl’s Book: The New Akashic RecordsStrand Forty-Four Welcome to this dance we call life. A waltz, a tango, a polka, the two-step. Misstep here, slide and twirl there, turning forever into the next step, the next dance, in this life. Dancing alone, with a partner, following, leading. Melded to a music …

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Headshot of Cheryl Marlene, Spiritual Guide in the Akashic Records

I am Cheryl Marlene

I am Cheryl Marlene! Sometimes the simple shifts in life bring the most profound change. This was the case for me with my name. During divorce, it was the huge task of shifting all my published books into a new name which held me back from a name change. But as time wore on, I …

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She Pauses

Everything is Energy. Energy is always in motion. The flow of receiving in. The flow of giving out. The eternal flow in and out. And within the in and the out, there is a pause, a moment of stillness which is neither in nor out. Yet filled with the infinite and the eternal. In this …

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Brick Wall

I feel like I keep hitting my head on a brick wall. I show up. I smile, I lean in. I ask questions. I listen. I respond. I share. I ask more questions. I laugh. I tease. I am genuinely interested in knowing more, uncovering those unique bits of life experience which make him him. …

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HIking is Heaven by Cheryl Marlene

Hiking Is Heaven

Hiking is Heaven! The beginning, somewhat at odds with the rest of the day, is a concrete parking structure, third floor on the left. We all assemble with excited anticipation. A few known to each other but mostly all strangers, newly assembled with the goal of enjoying a hike. For me, I have joined other …

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Dating Rumi in the Kitchen by Cheryl Marlene

Dating Rumi in the Kitchen

I?ve recently had a change of location from the dance floor to the kitchen. Which is to say that I have changed my approach to this motion in my life called online dating. Why? Well ?.. new energy in me seeks a new metaphor for this my sacred search.

For much of the last 18 months I?ve done the online dating routine seeing myself engaged in a dance of sorts. The swaying rhythm of this back and forth motion has always had the feeling of dance: lead, follow, step, step, quick step, slow. Sometimes wallflower, though occasionally he and I make it to the dance floor for a slow waltz — even a couple of sizzling hot Salsas.

Road Friends

There are some things you figure out early about yourself and others take a while to work out. I know, as I look back, in high school I felt separated from, a little different than my friends and fellow students. At the time I couldn’t pinpoint the source and often felt the tug to figure …

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Creeping White Lies

Have you ever had a profound moment of clarity squeeze through in just one heart beat? The kind of instant awareness in which something gnawing at you breaks free and springs into your consciousness without warning? You catch your breath realizing, “Oh! My goodness! Of course!” Clarity emerges. In that one heartbeat, you feel yourself …

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Vulnerable Absorption by Cheryl Marlene

Vulnerable Absorption

Perfectionism is often the opposite of vulnerability. Why do I say this? Let me be blunt: I have often been accused of being a perfectionist. Notice that this is an accusation, rather than a compliment, pointing towards the general feeling that perfectionism is not an attribute that one should strive for. Often portrayed as relentlessly …

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