When reading , I don't understand this sentence "昔から『勘と運』だけは自覚出来るくらいいい"

Much thanks if anyone can help me understand correctly its meaning. (my guess but not sure : "At least since I was still a kid, I have a good self-aware about my intuition and luck." ??)

Context: Since he was still a kid, MC felt that he's a lucky boy (he had won many lotteries in the past based purely on his luck). Currently his parent is traveling around the world, after he just won a special lottery prize ,which is a world travel trip for 2 persons in 3 months.

But now when he's staying at home and laying down on his bed in the evening, he has a bad feeling/ premonition that something bad/ serious is about to happens. (he's also living with his big sisters at home, so I don't know if he meant "something bad is about to happens" for his big sisters, or for him, or for his parents.)









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    Is it from a published book, and if so, what is the title and/or the author? The larger context and genre might help, and if nothing else, a proper attribution is nice to have. Commented Aug 22, 2022 at 3:26

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Your translation attempt is okay overall, but 自覚できるくらい is an adverbial phrase that modifies いい. See: Postpositional or prepositional くらい


Ever since I was a kid, I have at least good luck and intuition to the point where I can be aware of them.

  • I'm still not quite understand what he wanted to says here ...
    – 4chan user
    Commented Aug 22, 2022 at 9:58
  • @casualreader How about "I am lucky enough to realize I am a lucky man."?
    – naruto
    Commented Aug 22, 2022 at 15:08

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