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higher self

noun
1.
a person's spiritual self, as the focus of many meditation techniques, as opposed to the physical body
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  • He who is most true to his higher self is truest to the race.

    The Girl Wanted Nixon Waterman
  • The higher self arrests this flow of self-pity and lamentation.

  • You have not as yet cognized your higher self, hence have not perceived ME.

    The Gay Gnani of Gingalee Florence Huntley
  • It is by suffering that we rise to our higher self, said Miss Glover.

    Mrs. Craddock W. Somerset Maugham
  • He could not even protect his own shadow, which was his other and higher self.

    The Way of an Indian Frederic Remington
  • "I am no longer worthy of any man's love," she admitted to her higher self.

    Money Magic Hamlin Garland
  • In the one case the lower self, in the other the higher self, that is to say "I" and "God."

    The Discipline of War John Hasloch Potter
  • In this she finds the vent and the echo for her higher self.

    Woman in the Nineteenth Century Margaret Fuller Ossoli
  • "Gladly and willingly," said the son, born from the old to the higher self.

    Allegories of Life Mrs. J. S. Adams
  • I also have a higher self, though it does not show itself very often.

    Love's Pilgrimage Upton Sinclair

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