Moving Out of My Own Way
There are five lessons I have learned from the introspection gained from writing about my life in these two books that I want to share with you to create a life worth living. This journal writing and “YouTube” lessons are the inspiration behind my “Inner Light” mirror, reflection, and life journey. These lessons include:
1. Gaining Confidence: The Painful Process of Looking Within
2. Introspection: Evaluating My Strengths and Weaknesses.
3. Recognition: The Freedom of Choice is a Gift from God
4. Self-Awareness: The Journey Through the Tunnel of True Love
5. Keep God first: The Release of anxiety, control, worry, and frustration
My “Inner Light” Impact Points
The impact points within my “inner light” journey are spiritual, practical and contemplative in nature. Most of what I share is testimonial-based, grounded in insight, personal and professional experiences, and some from researched data.
Your challenge is to learn how to consciously create a life worth living. To do this, as mortal human beings, much inner work is required. If you are to remove negative thinking and enhance your positive thoughts, the desire must be there to change your life. If you are interested in “Carole’s Inner Light”, you are either curious about me, my life, my choices, or simply longing to create a life worth
What’s to Come
In preparation for what’s to come, note that I am on a humbling lifelong journey. My goal is to maintain a spiritual path to live the balance of my life with zeal and worth. In other words, I am creating a life worth living! I sincerely hope you will enjoy my skill of life coaching of truth, wisdom, and courage. I also hope you too will learn valuable lessons to spiritually create a worthy life.
A Humbling Journey
This introduction to “Carole’s Inner Light” closes with some spiritual and heartfelt thoughts. After almost two decades of living in the “Bible Belt”, my journey has directed me into a place or time in my life where I am truly “God Centered. This type of feeling could have only occurred when I moved out of my own way! Once I developed a spirit of maintaining my unequivocal faith in God’s commandments, which is not always an easy process, I was lifted up and began to exemplify my Christian spirit through my daily walk. My journey’s end is a spiritual place where I consciously and consistently recognize and acknowledge that I am a child of God who loves me unconditionally.