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Cognitive Mechanics – The effect of Emotion upon Intelligence

Here is a post that is always relevant to human living. It is about how emotion effects upon intelligence. Firstly, lets recap intelligence. Intelligence is the extent of the expanse of awareness divided by the degree of fineness to which one … Continue reading

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Intelligence, Consciousness, Soul – the same enitity, part 2

The soul is consciousness and intelligence, and there is no difference between these two, except as terms of reference to be used as different angles by which to view the soul. That is, to view and understand the soul as … Continue reading

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Intelligence, Consciousness, Soul – the same entity

So far when I use the terms consciousness and soul I am referring to the same thing. In other words by consciousness I also mean soul, and by soul I also mean consciousness. Also, by use of the word intelligence I … Continue reading

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Intelligence and initiative

There is an ability which works with intelligence; it is initiative. Initiative is the ability to “do“, to initiate something, anything. Intelligence is of consciousness. Consciousness in its rarefied state is soul. Consciousness (soul) has three attributes: awareness, freewill and force.                         … Continue reading

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Animal Intelligence

Human intelligence is freewilled and based upon a prime distinction of light and darkness in the furthest extent and meaning of the words, which gives humans a potentially unlimited range of perception and discernment, with ability to develop an unlimited intellect and potential to comprehend … Continue reading

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The dividing of intelligence

Above diagram shows human intelligence with its black and white prime distinction, actually the distinction between light and darkness. It divides further for every distinction within a distinction that we perceive, and wider with the widening of our awareness. The particular contrasting polarities … Continue reading

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Structures of reality, intelligence and knowledge correlate

Facts are units of truth, units of reality, and facts do not stand alone but contact and support each other throughout reality. All facts can divide into further smaller facts, offshoots of their parent fact, and all facts add to … Continue reading

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Human intelligence and its prime distinction

  Intelligence has and is a prime distinction. There exists a prime distinction at the source of the individual’s intelligence, of which the nature but not the degree of the individual’s intelligence is an extension. The individual’s intelligence is the … Continue reading

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Primeval Intelligence

It was circa 1992. I was in the car outside the public swimming pool waiting for my wife. For some time I had been musing on the nature of intelligence. I did not understand it, and I wanted to. I centered myself in … Continue reading

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Emotional Intelligence

For a while now, coming out of certain quarters of the social sciences has been a push to disparage IQ and exalt EQ (emotional intelligence). This push claims that EQ is different from IQ, that EQ is one’s ability to manage one’s emotions, … Continue reading

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Measuring intelligence – IQ testing

Standardised IQ tests are our most accurate current method of measuring intelligence. IQ tests are not tests designed to measure particular aptitudes, personality inclinations, or educational levels. IQ tests aim to measure the most innate component of intelligence. This innate … Continue reading

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Intelligence – some commonly used definitions and descriptions

“…an inborn or innate quality, as distinct from abilities acquired through individual experience…”    Encyclopaedia Britannica “…capacity to act purposefully, think rationally and deal purposefully with the environment”  D Welsher “Innate general cognitive ability” Cyril Burt “ …an innate quality, as … Continue reading

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Intelligence – width and degree of fineness

Intelligence, whether it be passive, active or creative, possesses a range and a degree of fineness, or in other words, a width of scope and degree of focus. The width of an individual intelligence is dependent upon the width or scope of the … Continue reading

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Three types of intelligence

The word intelligence comes from the Latin inter, meaning between; and from legere, meaning to choose; therefore: to choose between. Intelligence is the ability to choose between one thing and another. The ability to choose between one thing and another follows … Continue reading

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Faculties of Consciousness 4 – some distinctions

Here are some distinctions that can help us be more conscious of what we are doing with our mind: Honesty is the ability to see things as they are. It is transparency of mind; the absence of superimpositions over reality. It … Continue reading

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