Turning inward means the absence of the desire to seek experiences through the body and its senses in order “to be” happy. This happens organically after one has exhausted their intent to seek happiness in the manipulation of mind/body conditions. Here, one becomes ripe for the question “What am I in spite of thought and body sensations? Is there anything about me besides this mind and body? I see all troubles happen through these two modes?” The seeker then gathers all the energy they can muster and relentlessly ponders this question while going about their life. Turning inward does not negate the outer; but refocuses the intent of the seeker to pursue grace at the center of things.