looking within

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It was evident that her eyes did not see Princess Mary but were looking within.
There's only a little of the powder left," announced Tip, looking within the box.
The maids served without noise; and to avoid looking at his wife and looking within himself, he followed with his eyes first one and then the other without being able to distinguish between them.
It is commonly thought that by looking within we can observe all sorts of things that are radically different from the constituents of the physical world, e.
the speaker of "Persona" asks on one page of Looking Within / Mirar Adentro and, on the page opposite, "Which of these women is me?
As Juanamaria Cordones-Cook comments in her introduction to Looking Within / Mirar Adentro, the speaker's "fluctuation between complicity and resistance .
The second reason for which I have stressed "Persona" is the poem's position in Looking Within / Mirar Adentro.
In the initiate, this looking within can set in motion a spiritual transformation.
In sum, whereas Thomas encourages the idea that what matters most is what you are, that is, how spiritually evolved you are, not what you believe (hence, Pagels' title), and that one can evolve spiritually by looking within, John encourages the idea that what matters most is what you believe, not what you are, and that the crucial beliefs are beyond self-discovery and must be revealed.
Looking Within explains in serious but nonspecialized language how X-ray, fluoroscopic CT, MRI, positron emission tomography (PET), ultrasound, and other medical pictures are created and it explores the essential roles they play in the diagnosis and treatment of patients.
If you haven't attended, the memoirs provided by Dowd and Smith-Passariello offer an inside look at what can be gained by looking within to create a stronger, happier you.