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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It is the self-realization of the Spirit or Geist into flesh.
Coming to the conclusion of his presentation she affirms "that the author successfully deals with a singular challenge: to combine a classic concept like that of pedagogy as a science of self-realization possibilities with the contemporary aspiration" (p.
Embarking on a journey toward restorative self-realization, free enterprise, and giving back to the community is not always an easy one.
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She talked to the audience about Iqbal's vision and faith that inculcated a sense of motivation and self-realization among the Muslim masses and youth of the sub-continent who then started a movement to get an independent country.
This is especially true of his appreciation of the natural world of created life and being, as well as of the self-realization of real humanness, to which all persons are destined to mature.
Through a series of detailed lessons, pictorial diagrams, specially designed worksheets, meditation videos, journals, and many other useful resources, the psychic course is all about helping members to self-realization and achieve a great learning experience that will alter the course of their life.
And while in a figurative sense the unnamed narrator of this short tale may be said to burrow into the mystery with which he is presented at the start, tunneling his way toward self-realization, actual moles do figure in the narrative as clever creatures who represent more than their first appearance may suggest.
The aim of ISKCON is to acquaint people of the world with the universal principles of self-realization and God consciousness so that they may derive the highest benefit of spiritual understanding, unity and peace.
Creagh notes that the individualist anarchist communities were noteworthy not only for their economic innovations, but also for their absence of dogmatism and their dedication to personal self-realization.
He argues that Du Bois promoted a "politics of expressive self-realization" that contrasts with 1) his contemporary Booker T.
Christianity has to bill itself as very good for your self-realization, and that's killing us because we're not very good for your Self-realization.