Translation of soul-searching in Spanish:

soul-searching

introspección, n.

Pronunciation /ˈsəʊlsəːtʃɪŋ//ˈsoʊl ˌsərtʃɪŋ/

noun

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    introspección feminine
    after a great deal of soul-searching después de un profundo examen de conciencia
    • With prayer and much soul-searching, Hobson examined his state before God and his motives for seeking office as a minister in the church.
    • These people need to do some serious soul-searching.
    • There's something about lording over personal servants that lends itself to deep soul-searching.
    • I've been doing a lot of thinking and soul-searching lately, and I'm not sure I like what I'm discovering.
    • Much soul-searching, tactical strategising and ideological debates have been taking place within the activist community.
    • Obviously, in Britain and elsewhere, it has lead to a certain amount of soul-searching about whether multiculturalism has worked.
    • After much consideration and soul-searching, it was clear that I no longer had any feelings for my ex-wife.
    • Basically, what I'm trying to say, is, after careful deliberation and soul-searching, I work alone.
    • They did a lot of soul-searching after the deal fell apart and concluded that they had to expand their horizons.
    • It took a great deal of meticulous soul-searching for Franklin to conclude that he was sick of being part of the establishment.
    • We are, very simply, unprepared for dealing with pangs of shame or for undertaking spiritual soul-searchings.
    • After a divorce, a person may be in the process of healing or deep soul-searching.
    • And for me at a personal level, it caused I think a deep desire to do soul-searching, like it did for a lot of people.
    • As he began what at first looked like typical adolescent soul-searching, his parents stayed lovingly supportive.
    • I have a lot of thinking to do, a lot of soul-searching to find my motives for wanting to do this and for why I haven't already.
    • After a great deal of soul-searching, I finally arrived at a conclusion.
    • The planning of any home begins with a great deal of soul-searching.
    • The experience was a time of deep reflection and soul-searching.
    • Last night, in a room full of poets, I found their endless raw emotionalism and soul-searching really irksome.
    • There is a great deal of soul-searching, it seems, but not to the detriment of the listeners' enjoyment, for the music is far from downbeat.