I like the overall delivery of what you're saying, however I see the purpose of the light, not to just expose the sin, but to purge and remove it. The thing about sin is . . .it "is" darkness so when light enters in, not only is darkness removed, but so is the sin due to the fact that the reason light enters in at all, is because the individual invited it in, thus, the process of cleansing manifests.
The judgment of God is not a bad or negative thing. The only reason it would become a struggle or even uncomfortable is because our carnality wants to resist the light.
Which, for me, is why the shame piece kind of sticks out because truth doesn't invoke shame, there seems to be a grace and mercy lacking in some of this. But overall, I thought the description is really well thought out.