Open Access Review Article

The Secret of Human Existence Homeostasis: Spiritual Intelligence is the Hope of All Humanity

Boshra A Arnout1 and Ahed J Alkhatib2,3*

1Department of psychology, Jordan

2Department of Legal Medicine, Toxicology of Forensic Science and Toxicology, School of Medicine, Jordan University of Science and Technology, Jordan

3International Mariinskaya Academy, department of medicine and critical care, department of philosophy, Academician secretary of department of Sociology, Jordan

Corresponding Author

Received Date: July 16, 2019;  Published Date: July 29, 2019


This study continues our descriptive and experimental studies addressing spiritual intelligence. As Zohar & Marshall pointed out that spiritual intelligence helps us to live life at a deeper level of meaning. We can also use the skills of spiritual intelligence (SQ) to deal with the problems of good and evil, life and death problems, and to help us understanding more deeply the causes of human suffering. Human beings are the only biological beings with spiritual intelligence. It has a capacity for harmony with oneself and others. Scientists believe that neither IQ nor social intelligence can adequately explain the complexity of the broad intelligence of the human mind. From the previous literature and studies about spiritual intelligence and neural basis, it is plausible to argue that through training programs to develop spiritual intelligence skills, we can modify the activity of the autonomic nervous system and increased control over its activities. The central component of any program to relief mental disorders and physical health problems is the development of the spiritual intelligence skills, which may be the hope of alleviating the suffering of patients in hospitals. We recommend the necessity and importance of applying the Biopsychosocial-Spiritual Model in all institutions that provide health care to patients with physical and psychological illnesses.

Keywords: Homeostasis; Spiritual intelligence; Biological basis; Mortality; Pain symptom Manage; Selye stress theory

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