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What is the Consciousness Quotient Inventory?
October 5, 2018 9:27 am

The CQ-i is a composite psychological construct based on a list of traits, skills and abilities that describe the conscious experience. The test evaluates the frequency of various behaviours and the usage of conscious skills and abilities, providing a detailed description of the conscious awareness experiences. The CQ-i is composed of seven main dimensions: physical, emotional, cognitive, social-relational, self, inner growth and spiritual. An additional factor, the “conscious presence”, is currently under development.

Yoga asanas and meditation for 20 weeks can increase your Consciousness Quotient
March 11, 2015 3:48 pm

An experimental group was trained one hour per session, 3 days per week for 20 weeks, with a set of yoga exercises that included a brief lecture on yoga, 7 yogasanas (Siddhasan, Sarvangasan, Bhujangasan, Paschimottanasan, Padahastasan, Ardhamatsyendrasan and Shavasan) and a meditation based on sound, as trained in the oriental philosophy of Saints (Radhasoami Faith). The results showed a significant increase in the CQ scores, after the intervention.

Contemplative exercises once a week for 8 weeks didn’t increase the Consciousness Quotient
April 9, 2014 7:58 pm

This study specifically aimed to find out the consciousness quotient and intrapersonal and interpersonal relationship skills of participants prior to and after exposure to transformative consciousness exercises. The intervention was designed using the Transformative Consciousness Modules developed by Stephen Wolinsky. The sessions were conducted for 4,5 hours, once a week, for 8 weeks. The results showed that this type of intervention didn’t produce the necessary impact to increase the Consciousness Quotient.