Can’t I trust the natural wisdom of the body and how it supports life? My breath takes care of itself, gratefully. My ears can hear, eyes can see, organs can take care of the metabolism and biology of being alive. There are so many beautiful and complex things unfolding in the body.
If my body is trustworthy, why should my mind or heart be any different?
The more that I trust myself, the more I can trust other people and relationships with nature. It helps me believe in my confidence and ability to face challenges in life. It empowers me with a powerful stabilizing element embracing security, balance, and openness, which can intuitively guide me and protect me from negativity.
Jon Kabat-Zinn: Somewhere deep within us resides a profoundly healthy and trustworthy core, and that our intuitions, as deep resonances of the actuality of the present moment, are worthy of our trust.
Joseph Campbell: Follow your bliss, and the universe will open doors where there were only walls.
Shakti Gawain: To whatever degree you listen to and follow your intuition, you become a creative channel for the higher power of the universe.
Can I trust myself at this moment? The more that I tune in, listen to and follow through the voice from inside, the more I am allowing my natural intelligence and abundance from inside to emerge, enlightening me with new insights and answers.