The study examines the relationship between conscious experience and cognitive abilities, using the CQ-i and the GMA test. The research sample (N=270) was selected from the students of the Dayalbagh Educational Institute, Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India.
The study aimed at measuring the awareness of the conscious leadership of the Iraqi Petroleum Products Distribution Company. The research was conducted on a random sample of 101 members representing the company’s senior leaders.
This simple way of being together has reliably allowed anyone interested to experience a mirror-like ‘awakeness’ with others inside of 90 minutes.
Give it a try for free and you will see. Experience gradually establishes a habit that becomes your new normal. This can take many years. Still, it is a true path to a pathless Peace and unconditioned Love which is ripe to be shared by All.
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This article looks at the potential of using an online self-completing inventory that measures leadership conscious awareness. The Consciousness Quotient inventory as a method for researching leadership is piloted between a university academic and a primary headteacher in the context of a school-university partnership. Pilot outcomes reveal that the inventory can be used as an evaluation of partnership work and ways of thinking about leadership on two levels: the personal and the partnership.
“I have moments when I feel I am one not with everything but with valuables things”; “Every. Other. Day. I question the absolute lunacy of how I can possibly exist… Oh God, it’s too much for me to handle”; “I used to be that way, but I stopped”; “It was arduous… but the overall experience served as potent metaphysical food”.
We analyzed a preliminary sample of N=1312 people who completed the CQ-i online assessment. For various reasons, we decided to remove some items from the CQ-i v.2016.
A presentation by Valita Jones, Lecturer-Joint Doctoral Program, UCSD – CSU San Marcos, Research Associate – Consciousness Quotient Institute.
@ 2014 CSW UC San Diego Women’s Conference.
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.