"If you do not trust the nature of your impulses, then you do not trust the nature of your life, the nature of the universe, or the nature of your own being. Any animal knows better than to distrust the nature of its own life, and so does any infant. Nature exists by virtue of faith. The squirrels gather nuts in the faith that they will have provisions, in the faith that the next season will come, and that spring will follow winter. Your impulses are immersed in the quality called faith, for they urge you into action in the faith [that] the moment for action exists.
Your beliefs must interact with your impulses, however, and often they can erode that great natural beneficial spontaneity that impulses can provide. (Pause.) When I speak of impulses, many of you will automatically think of impulses that appear contradictory or dangerous or “evil” — and that is because you are so convinced of the basic unworthiness of your being. You have every right to question your impulses, to choose among them, to assess them, but you must be aware of them, acknowledge their existence, for they will lead you to your own true nature."
Roberts, Jane (2012-04-26). The Individual and the Nature of Mass Events (A Seth Book) (Kindle Locations 5933-5934). Amber-Allen Publishing. Kindle Edition.