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Sunday, February 14, 2016

The More Intelligent & More Successful Lie
Unity Consciousness #589


She or he is more intelligent and more successful than someone else.
This is yet another constantly repeated lie that damages children and adults.

When someone says or thinks they or someone else is more intelligent than others, what is this based on?

Usually the wrong definitions and context for intelligence are being used.
Every person has intelligence in every part of their physical, emotional, mental and spiritual being. The major difference is:
(1) The ways we use this intelligence
(2) How much of it we use
(3) Which spirit is guiding us, the higher self or the lower self.
Despite these things, it does not mean someone is more intelligent, it just means the combination of the three factors either enhance the expression of intelligence or detracts from the expression of intelligence.
All three of the above factors are broad categories consisting of multiple items which have been addressed elsewhere.

(4) The fourth difference that makes us mistakenly think someone is more intelligent is due to improperly comparing the expression of intelligence. For instance, are you more intelligent now than when you were younger? I contend that you are not. You have always had the same amount of intelligence but have learned to use it in different ways, use more of it and make decisions which spirit to follow. What this means is that comparing self now to self at an earlier time in order to state you are more intelligent now is an erroneous comparison. Likewise comparing self to anyone else at any point in time will always be an erroneous comparison as it pertains to being more or less intelligent.
This does not change the fact that our current level of expressing intelligence can be characterized a certain way but that characterization does not change the amount of intelligence we have the capacity and potential to express. As we change the three major factors, we will express more of the intelligence we already possess.

There are plenty of things the supposedly more intelligent can't do that the supposedly less intelligent can do.
In order to even begin to approach the notion of being the most intelligent, not only must a person be able to do everything another person can't do but also must be able to do everything the person can do and do it better. Everything. Not just in a few areas. Name me one person whose expression of intelligence meets this criteria.

We have become humans who continue to start off on the wrong foot with our thinking because we continue to use the wrong context and associated definitions.
We start out with the prevailing popular false notions of society instead of the prevailing truths evident throughout creation and civilization.

More intelligent and more successful is the same lie in a different form. It is simply stated differently.
All of the above also applies to the lie that someone is more successful than someone else. Based on what? What is success? These questions have been answered here and elsewhere.

All that has been said, applies to individuals, as well as nations, and every grouping, designation and institution in between.

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