Journey Into The Light

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I wanted to share a FREE booklet I wrote recently, inspired by visiting Dawn Richerson’s website, MakeYourHealingMatter.com. I really love what this woman is doing with her website, and really relate to her work. In one of her free audios, there were many things that really hit a chord with me.

One memorable quote I wrote down for myself was:

“As you journey the path of healing and connection, you must learn to tell the truth about who you are. You must acknowledge the whole truth of what has been, including your deepest secrets and wounds. You must embrace your unique brilliance and mission.”

I had listened to Dawn’s audio over and over to let her message sink in, and finally I was able to put into words something I’ve never been able to do before. I am so thankful for Dawn’s guidance and inspiration that helped me get to the point of a wonderful flow of writing that streamed almost effortlessly.

Inspired by my own healing process, the booklet I wrote, “Journey Into the Light,” describes the process of climbing out of the pit of darkness in one’s life. I go into describing what each stage feels like as well as what is needed to help people get through this journey (once again, learning and sharing from my own experience – telling my TRUTH).

The stages I describe in this journey are:

1. The Bottom.

2. Grasping for Hope.

3. The Climb.

4. Wonder.

5. Stepping Out.

6. Walking Away From The Pit.

I explain God’s part in your journey, as well as what you actively need to do to keep on your journey upward toward the Light.

Click on the image above or on this link here to download this booklet for free!

What makes this booklet special to me is that it goes into detail about what it feels like to be in BOTH places – the Light AND the Darkness. It felt appropriate to use an old painting from college for the booklet cover, which was painted to express the view from within “the pit.” I hope this booklet brings light and hope to others, which is why I thought it best to offer it for free, to get my message of hope out to as many people as possible.

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