According to philosopher Danah Zohar, who coined the idea of spiritual intelligence, we live in a "spiritually dumb" culture. How can we find meaning from meaninglessness, hope from despair, reconciliation from alienation, and wholeness from fragmentation? In this book, Brian Draper asks how ordinary people-whether religious or not-can nudge themselves (or be gently nudged) to live on a daily basis with increasing integrity, wholeness, and well-being-in other words, to become more spiritually intelligent. The book is split into four main sections: "awakening," "seeing your world afresh," "living the change," and "passing it on." The narrative style is contemplative, reflective, and engaging.