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The Inspired Life: How Connection and Contribution Create Power, Passion, and Joy Paperback – October 1, 2010
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This is a practical, down-to-earth manual on how to live a heavenly life in these seismically shifting times--and make a positive impact in the world as we go. --Joseph Dispenza
"Randy Siegel's book is like Randy himself -- the perfect blend of clarity, insight, & breathtaking compassion. "
--Raphael Cushnir, author of The One Thing Holding You Back and Surfing Your Inner Sea.
"...this book is a homing beacon to help us find our way back to ourselves, and forwad to what we each have to contribute to the world."
--Gregg Lavoy, author of Callings: Finding and Following an Authentic Life.
From the Author
My primary objective in writing The Inspired Life was to shine a light on a silver lining in the dark cloud of these uncertain times: we are being called to live a life that matters by focusing on what matters most.
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The author lists some of the benefits of spiritual intelligence, such as seeing the beauty in life, finding meaning in events, increasing harmony around oneself and having "an authentic life" by which I suppose he means living honestly and true to oneself--not being a fraud.
People who can develop their SQ have better marriages, better health and even sleep better. They tend to have more stable marriages, and feel stress and depression a lot less.
The book takes you through steps to gain purpose and authenticity. So, this is a spiritual book sans God, but it could be your first step towards God, because a quiet mind hears God's voice. Or if you choose to be atheist or agnostic, you can still take a spiritual journey that will lead you someplace new. If you feel purposeless, rootless, and worthless, this book may be a turning point or at least provide some clarity to developing your life. I don't think a life can be lived without absolutes in terms of values, and I personally believe that comes from a Divine author (a compass outside of Man) so for me, I would have to fill in the gaps in this book as it is carefully without designating any kind of God, faith or external spiritual compass.