Spiritual Intelligence

Author: Danah Zohar
Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1408832178
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At the beginning of the twentieth century psychologists discovered ways and means to measure intelligence that developed into an obsession with IQ. In the mid 1990's, Daniel Goleman popularised research into emotional intelligence, EQ, pointing out that EQ is a basic requirement for the appropriate use of IQ. In this century, there is enough collective evidence from psychology, neurology, anthropology and cognitive science to show us that there is a third 'Q', 'SQ' or Spiritual Intelligence. SQ is uniquely human and, the authors argue, the most fundamental intelligence. SQ is what we use to develop our longing and capacity for meaning, vision and value. It allows us to dream and to strive. It underlies the things we believe in, and the role our beliefs and values play in the actions that we take and the way we shape our lives.

Spiritual Intelligence

Author: Brian Draper
Editor: Lion Books
ISBN: 0745959172
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According to the philosopher Danah Zohar (who coined the idea of spiritual intelligence), we live in a 'spiritually dumb' culture, alienated from each other, too busy to take time to reflect, and trying desperately to juggle the myriad pulls and pushes of life without cracking up. How can we find meaning from meaninglessness, hope from despair, reconciliation from alienation and wholeness from fragmentation? In this book, Brian Draper asks how ordinary people, whether religious or not, can nudge themselves (or be gently nudged) to live on a daily basis with increasing integrity, wholeness and well-being - to become more spiritually intelligent. The book is split into 4 main sections: 'awakening', 'seeing your world afresh', 'living the change' and 'passing it on'. The narrative style is contemplative, reflective and engaging.

Practising Spiritual Intelligence For Innovation

Author: Awdhesh Singh
Editor: SCB Distributors
ISBN: 8183283381
Size: 11,29 MB
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Spiritual Intelligence

Author: Alan E. Nelson
Editor: Baker Books
ISBN: 9781441207586
Size: 18,71 MB
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Western culture has long prized the Intelligence Quotient (IQ) as a benchmark of a person's mental abilities. And since the mid-nineties we have known of other forms of intelligence such as emotional and social. Now, prolific author, former pastor, and leadership development specialist Alan E. Nelson introduces "spiritual intelligence"--a person's ability to assimilate faith into everyday life. Churches and individuals are coming to the conclusion that far too many people are active in church their entire lives but never mature, going directly from Pampers to Depends. How can this be? In Spiritual Intelligence, Nelson will help readers take charge of their spiritual growth by helping them incorporate methods Jesus used in teaching his disciples. Readers will assess their own spiritual maturity and learn what steps to take next in their journey of discipleship.

Spiritual Intelligence At Work

Author: Moses L. Pava
Editor: Elsevier
ISBN: 9780762310678
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This volume contains articles and essays from internationally renowned authors and thinkers about the relationship among business, business ethics, religion, and spirituality. The authors included in this book represent multiple perspectives including Christian, Jewish, Hindu, philosophical, and others. This volume will be of interest to both academics and business practitioners who promote a contemporary re-integration of business and religious values and for those concerned about the dangers inherent in this project. In the end, this volume suggests that in a pluralistic and democratic society the only justification for going back home again to traditional religious texts is to help us all move forward together. If the real reason we're invoking religion in the public sphere is to strengthen our own religious communities and our own identities as members of particular religious communities, we are making a fundamental error in judgement. The goal of a legitimate religiously grounded business ethics can and must be the desire to critique, enhance, and strengthen the democratic values and institutions of society including business. These values include noncoercion, transparency, equal rights, pluralism, compromise, individual and communal responsibility, and many others.

Spiritual Intelligence

Author: Raymond F. Paloutzian
Editor: Psychology Press
ISBN: 1135065403
Size: 13,82 MB
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First published in 2000. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Thinking With Your Soul

Author: Richard Wolman
Editor: Richard N. Wolman, PhD
ISBN: 9780609605486
Size: 18,55 MB
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Using the "Psychomatmrix Spiritual Matrix" as a template, the author shows readers how to evaluate their individual spiritual needs and explains how to use one's self-knowledge to strengthen relationships, enhance communication, and live more fully. 30,000 first printing.

Spiritual Intelligence

Author: David M. Dile
Editor: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595417329
Size: 15,91 MB
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What makes a truly successful Christian life? Many people take that all-important step of committing their lives to Christ. But while some flourish in their newfound role, others flounder. How can you thrive in your spiritual role? What are the characteristics you need to become like Christ? Let Spiritual Intelligence: Personality Characteristics that Power a Successful Christian Life redirect your life to a more meaningful and effective Christian walk. Author David M. Dile focuses on several aspects of spiritual maturity-both the spiritual underpinnings and the practical how-to's-as he covers such diverse topics as: · Successful Christian parenting · Christian marriage · Breaking through the poverty mindset · Twelve successful behaviors Jesus identified · And much more! Assimilating the personality of Jesus develops spiritual intelligence, and this is the power behind a truly successful Christian life. People cannot just add Jesus to their life-He must become their life. Spiritual Intelligence helps to navigate the Christian walk and shows how to develop that special relationship with God.

Influence Of Emotional Intelligence And Spiritual Intelligence On Teaching Competency

Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1387320254
Size: 14,88 MB
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Spiritual Intelligence And The Neuroplastic Brain

Author: Charles W. Mark Ph. D.
Editor: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1449043321
Size: 18,55 MB
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Our brains are getting wired differently in the world of digital technology, information revolution, and in the inter-cultural world of global society. Think of the new vocabulary: Global brain, collective intelligence, global village, and cyberspace. That should tell us something about the neural rewiring that is taking place inside of our brains, whether or not we are aware of it. The fact that the human brain changes throughout a person's life in response to intellectual stimulation, physical exercise, exposure to new cultural environments, learning opportunities, and challenges is a revolutionary discovery. Till twenty years ago neuroscientists believed in the conventional theory that the brain's ability at making new neural connections stopped before a child entered adolescence. That is the old dogma. There is a "Second Copernican Revolution" taking place inside of our brains, writes the author, quoting Carl Zimmer. Some experts are suggesting that we are already living in what Richard Restack calls the "neurosociety." Ray Kurzweil, the futurist, is predicting that by 2045 A.D., human beings will be living in an era of "singularity," when non biological machines invented by human brains and human ingenuity are going to outsmart human intelligence billions of times. What is going to be the fate of the human spirit, human spirituality, the feeling of connection to a force and power that is greater than us (God), our ability to use spiritual imagination and our intelligence? Are we progressively moving away from religion and community-based spirituality into the "spirituality of different strokes for different folks?" In his groundbreaking book, Spiritual Intelligence and The Neuroplastic Brain: A Contextual Interpretation of Modern History, Charles W. Mark takes the reader on a journey through modern history and shows the glimpse of what is to come. http: //www.spirituality-intelligence.com