I know myself better than others. I am the only one familiar with the intimate connection I have as Soul and my mind. This familiarity expressed as self-awareness helps me decide how best to spend my time.
Only I know how to achieve a balance between my mind and my heart. Others can give me welcome advice; however, they are outside of me and away from the truth center within me.
I make decisions based on what I know to be right for me. At professional crossroads, I reach for the balance between common sense and emotional gratification.
I know the value in each for my ultimate fulfillment.
By listening to the quiet voice inside, I can choose which relationship to continue and which to end. I understand the significance of nourishing relationships that reflect me and my beliefs.
Self-awareness makes the walk of life easier. It simplifies challenging decisions by moving away from that which compromises my beliefs.
My instincts connected to the vast reservoir of subconscious knowledge helps me connect that knowledge to my conscious decision making.
Today, I know who I am and know that my knowledge of myself will grow. Outside stimulus provides a side view mirror look at what is within me. It provides an expanded view of the inner voice.
- How do I redirect the voice of doubt as it emerges?
- How do I know when the external advice is empowered from the voice within?
- How do I detach, see and judge someone’s intentions for me?