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Understanding IQ, EQ and SQ :                                                                             इस पृष्ठ को हिंदी में देखने के लिए यहाँ क्लिक करें
              Physical Intelligence: Wise nutrition, Consistence balance exercises Proper rest, relaxation, stress management and preventing. Mental intelligent:Continuous, systematic, disciplined study and education Cultivation of self awareness, learning by teaching and doing. Emotional intelligent:Self awareness, Personal motivation, Self regulation, Empathy, Social skill. Spiritual Intelligence: Integrity ( Character building ) ,Meaning ( Purpose of life ),Voice( Self Enlightenment and motivate to other ) . IQ: Intelligence Quotient which measures rational thought abilities, is considered a critical ‘trait’ for leadership. IQ associated learning is step-by-step rule based learning. To be successful, you don’t have to be the smartest guy in the room, but you have to be smart enough. What ‘smart enough’ is depends on what kind of organization that you’re leading. EQ: Emotional intelligence is the ability to assess, access and control your emotions, and those of others. Basically, if you have emotional intelligence, you have the ability to perceive, understand, use, and manage emotions.There are lots of arguments about whether this is “real” intelligence, but most of us know people who are good at this and can see that there is something to it. Again, EQ is considered a requisite for success in leadership. SQ: Social intelligence is the ability to understand, manage, and navigate complex social networks. It is also called ‘interpersonal intelligence.’ Leaders of global organizations and project managers of virtual teams require this SQ to be successful.

              Some assert that autistic children have low social intelligence. As the world has grown more complex, as organizations have grown, changed, evolved, this intelligence has become more important. Perhaps the most controversial of the ‘Q’s', spiritual intelligence is defined as “the adaptive use of spiritual information to facilitate everyday problem solving and goal attainment." 5 components of spiritual intelligence: The capacity to transcend the physical and material. The ability to experience heightened states of consciousness. The ability to sanctify everyday experience. The ability to utilize spiritual resources to solve problems. The capacity to be virtuous.

IQ v/s EQ
Intelligence Quotient v/s Emotional Quotient
The research shows that IQ can help you to be success to the extent of 20 percent only in life.
The rest of 80 percent success depends on your EQ. So EQ is a huge areas to promote our brain.
As shaw upon, our EQ is our right brain. That is why, "SEP" activate the right brain of children.
When "SEP" balanced the (IQ) left and (EQ) right brain, the SQ (Spiritual brain) has been activated automatically.

Intelligence Quotient (IQ)
Emotional Quotient (EQ)
Spritual Quotient (SQ)
             1. Discovery
             2. Explore
             3. Learn
             4. Experiment
             1. Interaction
             2. Communication
             3. Understanding
             4. Acceptance
             1. Sharing
             2. Giving
             3. Leading
             4. Performing
Intelligence Quotient:
One who has developed intelligence has a great capacity to receive information, process it and analyse it. They are able to think in an abstract way, and also learn significant lessons from experience. However, research has shown that intelligence is not sufficient. The most intelligent people are not always the most successful and happy people in the world. Interestingly, they aren’t necessarily the people that change the world either (although some of them have). Psychologists and neuroscientists are increasingly talking about the need for Emotional Quotient (EQ). According to them, EQ is a basic requirement for successful utilization of IQ. Those with high EQ’s are able to effectively handle their own emotions, and simultaneously interact and relate with others successfully. Animals and humans have a tendency to act irrationally when certain emotions arise in their consciousness. In times of stress, anger and anxiety, intelligence is difficult to access. Thus, EQ deals with the human side of life and how we effectively function in the environments surrounding us. To some extent computers have the power of IQ. One could argue that animals have the power of IQ and EQ. So what sets humans apart? This is where the notion of SQ comes in – Spiritual Quotient. IQ and EQ help us in our present situations, but SQ is all about transformation. The spiritualist has the power to question on a deeper level – who am I, what are my needs, what goals should I be pursuing, and what will really make me happy. They may seem like simple questions, but if we analyse ourselves, how many times are we busily engaged in pursuing things without really questioning whether they are necessary, fulfilling and really adding value? Our lives are often centered around asking the question ‘how’, but SQ is all about asking the question ‘why’.

             IQ measures our cognitive ability but academic or cognitive intelligence alone offers little preparation for the emotional challenges we all have to face in the course of our daily lives. Measuring IQ alone is not enough; measuring the whole is more accurate and conclusive, IQ and EQ and SQ - a holistic approach.

Emotional Quotient :
             EQ is a term used to represent other factors that can lead to healthy relationships and the ability to respond appropriately and positively to every day life. It is about recognising emotions and managing them. Emotions without a physical expression are collections of thoughts. Talking about emotions means we have to have an understanding and a language for feelings then we have to be able to articulate our feelings. EQ is about understanding ourselves, how we relate to others and how others perceive us. EQ also helps us to understand how others are feeling and enables us to develop more fulfilling and deeper relationships. All this is essential if we are to be able to manage and resolve conflict as and when it arises as well as functioning collaboratively and collectively in everyday situations.

Spritual Quotient :
             SQ is very difficult to define. But it needs to be clear it is not about organised religion. SQ is about questions more than answers. It lives in stories, poetry, metaphor, uncertainty and paradox. One of the biggest qualities of SQ is wisdom. Ingredients of SQ are values such as courage, integrity, intuition, compassion, empathy and knowing the limits of your knowledge. SQ can also mean unlearning what others have taught you; questioning life issues; thinking laterally or outside the box; seeing situations and issues differently; having a greater understanding of all possibilities. Spirituality is an essential component of a holistic approach to life, its finds expression in creativity and all art forms and is the bit that adheres together our conscious intellect and our intelligent action. Spirituality sustains us from within when all else fails; spirituality allows us to dream, aspire and raise ourselves up.

             Spiritual Intelligence can be seen as an extension of social and emotional intelligence. It is difficult to quantify but the following questionnaire is an attempt to assist us in getting in touch with others, the universe and ourselves. You as parents might want to compete this questionnaire as a starting point for exploring the issues surrounding the understanding of Spiritual Intelligence. Mark your score on a scale of 1-5 where 5 means you completely agree with the statement and 1 means you totally disagree.
             1. My life has a sense of complete and positive purpose to it.
             2. I feel a great connection to and often feel 'at one' with the universe and/or God.
             3. I understand and have a deep knowledge of myself. I do what I say and express this in my being.
             4. I am known for my playful, irrepressible and bubbling sense of humour and childlike (but not childish) view of the world.
             5. I am deeply at peace with myself.
             6. Other life forms generate in me a sense of awe, wonder, love and respect.
             7. I achieve the right balance of appropriate caring for others.
             8. I enjoy serving all people to the best of my ability and at every opportunity.
             9. I am amazed at my capacity

for wonder. Scoring 4's and 5's indicates a high SQ (spiritual quotient) Scoring 1's and 2's indicates a low SQ (spiritual quotient)

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