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Date postedJanuary 31, 2012
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CategoriesReligious/Spiritual, Personal Traits, Coping Strategies, Surveys/Scales

Description

Background:
The Spiritual Intuition Inventory is a measure that was constructed on the theoretical foundation of Wilber (Wilber, 2000), Marion (2000) and Judith (2003). Different (e.g., higher) levels of spirituality have been known to trigger levels of the conscious that allow for deeper understanding, awareness, and focus (Marion, 2000; Helminski, 1992). This measure uses an integral approach (Wilber, 2000) to understand how people make meaning of experiences and wisdom traditions by assessing their spiritual beliefs and practices. The inventory provides a multi-faith perspective on spirituality by using the spiritual development models from Christianity (Marion, 2000) and other faith traditions (Wilber, 1995) and the Chakra systems (Judith, 2003). The SII was found to be a reliable and valid measure, and it is recommended that the SII be employed for predictive studies. A three-factor solution was selected using exploratory factor analysis and direct oblimin rotation.

Developers:
Suzanne L. Slocum, Ph.D, UCLA NPI
Susan James, Ph.D, UBC

Copyright:
2005

References:
Slocum, S.L. and James, S. (2004). Spiritual Intuition Inventory: A multi-faith approach. Under review

Reliability:
Cronbach alpha was 0.88 with university sample (James & Slocum, 2005).

Protective:
Coping