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Wholeness for your Soul through Balance

Charlotte's Soul

soul /sōl/ noun

Soul is the part of you that lives inside of you made in the image of God. This is the eternal part of you and the important part of you.
Your soul will be living inside of you forever.

Your soul is the real you.

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If you struggle to understand your purpose, where you belong, and how to find your best self doing soul work is for you.

Soul work is identifying your calling, manifesting your gifts and enhancing the lives of others through them.

You are a unique creation designed with a purpose. Soul work is leaning on inspired teachings, learning to trust yourself, and loving the lover of your soul.

Charlotte can help.

She’s done serious soul work.

For years, Charlotte gave away her heart.

She shared, gave generously and found herself empty. While her heart was focused on God, her soul was tucked away, shy, and afraid. In a sea of demands, mixed up priorities, and the enormous responsibility of a marriage and raising four children, Charlotte lost track of her soul.

After many challenges, struggles, and heart breaks, she now finds strength from engaging her soul.

Charlotte has discovered that the heart alone is fragile, easily torn and broken. The heart must be supported, encircled, and rooted in the soul. Over 163 times, the Bible declares that humans must engage both “heart and soul.” She longs to share her life’s lessons with you and help you do your own soul searching.

Wholeness for your Soul through Balance

Charlotte’s messages through her blog, her books, her coaching, and her speaking give you insights into how to navigate life through soul work.

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A Sincere Apology

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I refuse to discriminate against anyone because they are gay. https://charlottessoul.com/apologyYou will not agree with me on everything I have to say about homosexuality.

I find Christians are starving for someone like me to speak up. I know the Word of God. I live a life dedicated to the one who saved me, namely Jesus. I feel prompted to come forward and announce:

“I refuse to discriminate against anyone because they are gay.”

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She Calls Me Rachel

By | Charlotte's Blog, Emotional Abuse | One Comment

after years of being a Leah, I was indeed Rachel.She’s one of the wiser, matriarchs in my new church. Every time I see Linda, she makes a conscious effort to get my name right. But she has a mental block and continually says, “Rachel, right?”

She’s not short on memory, even though I gently remind her each time, “No, my name is Charlotte.” Then I ask, “May I share a story with you?”

We sat down in the pew. I began to tell her what the story of Rachel and Leah, from Genesis 29, has meant to me for years. Linda was familiar with the story. Her eyes filled with tears as soon as she realized how God was using her.

I will take a moment and share for those of you who may not be familiar with the story of Jacob’s two wives. You may find yourself with tears in your eyes, too.

This is how I tell it. Please refer to Genesis 29 for accuracy.

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Desperate Desire to Heal

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I had a desperate desire to heal and leave it all behind me. ~ Charlotte Chaney https://charlottessoul.comTriggers of Pain, Human Response and God’s Grace, Mercy and Promises

I suffered emotional abuse for nearly 28 years.

It is hard for me to fathom today. I am sharing a journal entry written after I fled the toxic environment. I cried out to God for healing and forgiveness of my soul. I see now, less than two years later, how His provision surpassed anything I could have imagined.

The torment associated with loss and rejection was unbearable. I had a desperate desire to heal and leave it all behind me. I look back from a new place, where those feelings and reactions to triggers are a distant memory. I stand in awe of God and what He has done in spite of me. I praise God from my core and believe he keeps His promises.

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Remembering What God has Brought Me Through, Steadies My Feet

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I had to put one foot in front of the other and be thankful for what I had, regardless of my trials.Can you imagine walking through a supernaturally separated river, revealing a path of dry land?

After the trauma of severe plagues, the nation of Israel was on a massive relocation to somewhere completely unknown. Talk about trauma! When forty years of exile ended, it was time to enter the Promised Land, passing by the Red Sea.

You can imagine people experiencing spiritual, emotional, environmental, and physical triggers. Doubt, fear, fatigue and facts set into their minds and separated them from what they knew to be true about God.

Don’t we all fall victim to the same unbalance in our faith journey?

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Love WarriorLove Warrior
by Glenon Doyel Melton

(This author has stirred controversy in the Christian community. I found great healing in this book.)

I am getting immense clarity and emotional healing from this book about how to identify and giving authority to all the voices in your head while identifying your core self.

Gift of ImperfectionThe Gifts of Imperfection This book brings me so much comfort as I a called to be vulnerable. A very healing resource.