There seem to be broadly two kinds of human intelligence. One is imitative intelligence, which is represented by the status quo and taught in schools and universities as well as adhered to by mainstream society. The other is creative intelligence, which is insightfully questioning, contemplative and is generally non-separative with a coherent world view and beyond. This more coherent view, is surely the direction for a viable future for humanity.
A relatively simple action can dramatically increase our innate intelligence, which also has the added benefit of making us more humane… When we look beyond our judgments to consider other options about what we believe, see or experience, then instantly our awareness enlarges, our compassion grows, and our intelligence increases. The opposite of course is also true, if we continue to habitually look with judgmentalness.Solutions
The intelligence of wisdom is naturally embraced because it feels somehow innate; somehow already deeply known. Whereas the tedious, often life-denying efforts required to learn standardised knowledge is of an intelligence that does not feel innate at all. If we are to evolve to a more wisdom-based planet, surely our current and historically-based education system needs to be reborn and made more sapien-centred.Solutions