I pay keen attention to my instincts.

My instincts act as a compass for the direction of my life. I use my intuition to help me navigate through difficult situations.

I give significant credibility to my gut feelings. I am inherently aware of what is acceptable and unacceptable. I know that external factors sometimes cloud my judgment, but I am secure in my decision once I rely on my instincts.

I can tell when my children are being dishonest with me. I rely on my motherly instincts to judge their actions and sentiments. I know that my role of parent and nurturer gives me reliable insight that I can use to help guide my kids in a positive direction.

My instincts help me to make good decisions at work. When two employees are involved in conflict, I carefully assess the situation. I weigh both sides of the story and use my insights to decide on the outcome.

I can tell when my instincts are driving me to make unpopular decisions because I feel a sense of uneasiness inside. I know I have to stick to what my morals dictate, even if it negatively impacts others.

Today, I continue to listen to my instincts. I recognize that it is sometimes difficult, but I remain committed to being true to myself and my beliefs.

Self-Reflection Questions:

1. How do I react when I know a loved one is about to make a grave mistake?
2. When have I allowed my instincts lead me to make a negative decision?
3. What do I do when my morals or instincts cause conflicts with others?