inner being

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Jan Windglows, beloved enchantress is releasing her new music album reflective of her beliefs and inner being
This disc includes many songs that are reflective of her beliefs in magic and are used to allow people to relax and concentrate on the effects of magic and to get in touch with one's inner being.
Some people reverse the emphasis, putting all their emphasis on the inner being of a person and not on outer action.
The only time I've seen these kind of places was on Eurotrash, where people named Sven and Gunter simulate tantric sex while some brash American woman tells them to communicate with their inner beings.
Before feminism and women finding their true inner beings through the self-help boom, much of social life was about what not to say, rather than emotionally hanging it all out.
But those they adopted into their tribes, even for relatively short periods, found themselves forever changed, becoming Indian in ways permanently embedded in their inner beings.
Here is the proof of punk's pudding - an overlong, indulgent display of empty macho careering made all the more ridiculous by the inclusion of some unintentionally hilarious 'fantasy sequences' in which each band member and girthsome manager Peter Grant show their inner beings, proving them to be the last sort of person you'd want to find on Celebrity Big Brother.
I predict that we will be noticeably more concerned with the subjective half of life--the development of our inner beings, not just our bodies and economic comfort--within a mere 20 years.
Stories and testimonials from Hot Spring Spa owners over the years recount moments not just of relaxation, but of connection to family, friends, nature and their own inner beings.