Cindy Wigglesworth

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Narrated By: Cindy Wigglesworth

Duration: 8 hours and 10 minutes

What to expect

According to author Cindy Wigglesworth, Spiritual Intelligence is “the ability to behave with wisdom and compassion while maintaining inner and outer peace regardless of the situation.” In her bestselling, award-winning book, SQ21: The Twenty-One Skills of Spiritual Intelligence, Cindy helps us understand how spiritual intelligence is analogous to such concepts as IQ and emotional intelligence (EQ). Using clear, practical language, she defines the “twenty-one skills” that comprise spiritual intelligence and in doing so, teaches you the steps to begin developing your own spiritual intelligence.

Cindy refers to her method as “spiritual weightlifting”—a process whereby we work to develop our “muscles” to shift away from thinking with our self-focused ego to behaving from our more loving and peaceful Higher Self. Her model is both faith-friendly and faith-neutral, and SQ21 offers a way for atheists, people of faith, and those who are “spiritual but not religious” to understand each other and discuss our universal concerns. These skills are especially crucial for those in positions of leadership, since they help us to make decisions on a higher level while in the midst of stress, complexity, and high rates of change. If you want more peace, wisdom, and compassion in your life, SQ21 is the book for you.


Spiritualism, Chakras, auras and spiritual energy

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“Finally, an intelligent book on Spiritual Intelligence.”

Patricia Aburdene, author of Megatrends 2010

“Wigglesworth has ventured to pioneer new ground in our relationship to larger forces—our spiritual selves. This book is a must-read for anyone on a quest to find new meaning in life and work.”

Richard Boyatzis, PhD, coauthor of Primal Leadership

“This is the next step beyond emotional intelligence.”

Lance Secretan, author of Reclaiming Higher Ground

“An excellent overview of the process of general spiritual intelligence itself, including developmental variables—and thus one I can highly recommend!”