self-realization

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self-realization

(sĕlf′rē′ə-lĭ-zā′shən)
n.
The development or fulfillment of one's potential.
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Over the next four days, I will be once again away from the world, completely cut off from the family and friends to delve into my own inner self and re-discover the spiritual values that define my existence in this world.
You don't see the inside of the installation, because it reflects a person's inner self which is kept secret from other people, and you can see the height of the piece decrease as you get to the end of the word which also signifies the calligrapher running out of ink.
And this is where the aesthetic relevance of Ricci's approach reveals itself: he suggests to the reader that each visual element that drops in the shot, even a simple landscape such as the woods or water areas, or reflecting gazes in a mirror, needs to be "read" not merely as a "silent and passive" participant of the narration, but rather, and mostly, as an alive transcodification of emotional traits--objectifications of the inner self that transcend the scene.
The lecturer focused on the wrong educational methods which contribute in forming a negative inner self, and at the end of the lecture, she highlighted the importance of absorbing the children, the benevolence and love for them, and allowing the children to be independent.
Mary specializes in motivational psychology and the building of an individual's inner self (self-esteem) His website is: www.
The Starships rapper said she had got close to fans using the site, but listened to her inner self and closed her account last Sunday.
On the other hand, destruction of self-esteem occurs because there is "no building of the inner self and of one's inner beauty.
The current Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams (above), is quitting after 10 years wearing a silly hat as he wants to explore his inner self - the bit that wants to drink, gamble and fight.
She said the reason behind indulging in self portraits is driven by the need to explore the inner self.
But if a video of people vomiting touches your inner self and communicates with you on another level, and is a moving experience to reach your own deep instinctive feelings, Mr Frederick, then so be it But as I said in my letter, get real.
I'd like to say it contains spiritual, holistic experiences like trekking in Nepal and getting in touch with my inner self but I'm afraid my inner self will be too busy pouring itself into leather trousers, getting its belly button pierced and making inappropriate pelvic thrusts in the front row of an Aerosmith concert.
This term can be applied to those whose appearance is quite different from their inner self.