- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of transmute.
“45 Note the use of the alchemical term transmutes, which is usually taken to refer to the foolish and futile preoccupation with trying to turn lead into gold.”
“The love which is thus denied its biological expression transmutes itself into many forms.”
“This shadow transmutes into wisdom by letting go of your paranoia to reveal a keenness for action that is without ego.”
“Your shadow transmutes into wisdom as you let go of your anxiety and relax in your natural objectivity.”
“This shadow transmutes into wisdom by letting go of indiscriminate grasping, and reengaging your discerning powers.”
“This shadow transmutes into wisdom by letting go of your self-importance and experiencing the enriching depth, expansiveness, and abundance of all life with equanimity.”
“The shadow transmutes back into wisdom by letting go of this grasping and stepping through the fear to go beyond what we think we know.”
“This assault should not be considered unexpected from someone who can sit so deep in the crease – behind it even when he goes outside off-stump – and bludgeon over the leg-side so that the game almost transmutes into baseball.”
“It transmutes language into something that is visibly beheld.”
“The Name dwells in us as its temple and there the divine presence transmutes and Christifies us.”
Looking for tweets for transmutes.