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Stages of Human History

*Age of the Senses
*Age of Reason
*Age of Contemplation

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*Man’s first appearance on the surface of the earth
*Man’s early civilizations (Assyrians, Egyptians, etc.)
*Man’s hope for immortality through mummification
*Man’s idea of sacred world from Animism, Polytheism to Monotheism

Age of Senses

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is known as the forefather of the Jewish, Christian and Islamic monotheist faith.

Abraham

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The 17th century established empirical truth while paving the way for religion based on the good, beautiful and true in nature and life.

Age of Reason

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UNESCO has stressed the need for transcendental consciousness in the 21st century through spiritual reflection and meditation in education.

It is through the transcendental plane wherein man can experience illumination, peace and happiness.

Age of Contemplation

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Model of 4 Intelligences

SPIRITUAL INTELLIGENCE

EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE

COGNITIVE INTELLIGENCE

PHYSICAL INTELLIGENCE

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is defined as an innate human need to connect to something larger than our self/ego which we find sacred and divine.

SPIRITUALITY

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One way to meet that innate need for something larger than our self.

Religion

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Inner and Outer PEACE, Acting with WISDOM and COMPASSION

SPIRITUAL INTELLIGENCE

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Recognizing own and other’s feelings, managing ourselves and our relationships well

EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE

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Math and Verbal Intelligence

COGNITIVE INTELLIGENCE

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Body awareness and skilful use

PHYSICAL INTELLIGENCE

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Origin of Spiritual Quotient (SQ)

Psychology
Philosophy
World Religion
Science

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One should treat others as one would like others to treat oneself.

GOLDEN RULE

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defines by Andy Wigglesworth as the ability to BEHAVE with WISDOM (Head) and COMPASSION (Heart) while maintaining inner and outer PEACE (*) regardless of the situation.

Spiritual intelligence
EQUANIMITY

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SPIRITUAL INTELLIGENCE
The word “(*)” is important because it reflects the outer demonstration of inner development. (*) are capitalized to emphasize the connection with the Divine.

*behave
**Wisdom and Compassion

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SPIRITUAL INTELLIGENCE
In the east, (*) is often defined as a bird with two wings: wisdom and compassion. Without either wing the “bird” cannot fly.

*LOVE

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is the ability to behave with divinely inspired Love.

SPIRITUAL INTELLIGENCE

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is demonstrated both by the inner state of the person and their outer behaviors and presence (right quadrants).

Peace

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SPIRITUAL INTELLIGENCE
“Regardless of the circumstances” reflects what we most admire in our spiritual exemplars – they stayed true to their highest selves even in trying times. In other words, their stage development is (*)

advanced and stable

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Being Human & Survival = (*)

EGO

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Witness Self
Higher Self

Ego

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One who looks outside, dreams;
One who looks inside, awakes.

CARL JUNG

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observes the actions within yourself and interaction with others

WITNESS SELF

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Stepping into the (*) helps you STOP and see the CHOICES.

Witness Self

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The best self you can be - your higher consciousness.

The Higher Self or Unique Self

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The part of you that lives your life purpose – connected to all that is.

The Higher Self or Unique Self

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Feeling another person’s suffering and spontaneously desiring to help relieve that suffering.

COMPASSION

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is knowing what the pain feels like without needing to have the experience of that pain in the present moment and wanting to help alleviate the other person’s suffering.

Compassion

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Knowing from deep insight and experience and selects highest and best course of action for this situation guided by compassion.

WISDOM