[Education for slavery places great emphasis on academic intelligence and filling up your hard drive with useless information.  From reading Emery, Intelligent people (Academic presumably), and good memory people are easy to hypnotise (brainwash).  Also the way to Spirit goes through feelings, there is only a very slight connection via Rational thinking.  There are plenty of intelligent (academic) people who are atheists (eg Dawkins), believe in the pharma hoax (eg Orac Neurodiversity) and that we are living in a democracy.  How dumb is that?]

Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More Than IQ by Daniel Goleman

In my own "theory of multiple intelligences," I argue that human beings have evolved to be able to carry out at least seven separate forms of analysis:
Linguistic intelligence (as in a poet); [Academic intelligence]("word smart"):
Logical-mathematical intelligence (as in a scientist); [Academic intelligence] ("number/reasoning smart")
intelligence (as in a composer); ("music smart")
intelligence (as in a sculptor or airplane pilot); ("picture smart")
Bodily kinesthetic intelligence (as in an athlete or dancer); ("body smart")
Naturalist intelligence ("nature smart")
Interpersonal intelligence (as in a salesman or teacher).  Leadership, the ability to nurture relationships and keep friends, the ability to resolve conflicts, and skill at social analysis. [Personal or emotional intelligence]("people smart")
Intrapersonal intelligence (exhibited by individuals with accurate views of themselves). [Personal or emotional intelligence] ("self smart")"--- Howard Gardner

"Interpersonal intelligence is the ability to understand other people: what motivates them, how they work, how to work cooperatively with them. Successful salespeople, politicians, teachers, clinicians, and religious leaders are all likely to be individuals with high degrees of interpersonal intelligence.  Intrapersonal intelligence ... is a correlative ability, turned inward. It is a capacity to form an accurate, veridical model of oneself and to be able to use that model to operate effectively in life."--Howard Gardner

 “The four "seats of intelligence" loosely described as the intellectual, emotional, moving and instinctive centers are neither harmoniously nor fully developed in the man who exists only in the third state of consciousness. A person may have a brilliant intellectual center and yet be an emotional moron. Or he may be well developed emotionally and yet have a moving center so inept that he can barely tie his own shoelaces. What Sheldon implies in the above quotation and what G. Gurdjieff taught throughout his colorful career is that man does not and cannot attain his full spiritual stature by developing only one kind of intelligence. He must, if he is to grow harmoniously, develop all four.”---Robert S. De Ropp (The Master Game p. 143,4)

True education involves every aspect of man's being, his instinctive, motor, emotional and intellectual functions. What passes for education in our universities and centers of "advanced learning" is a lopsided affair in which all the emphasis is placed on stuffing the intellectual center with facts, in much the same way as a computer is stuffed with information by feeding it "bits" in the form of punched cards which it duly stores in one form or another and can retrieve on demand.

So "fact stuffing" is a travesty of education. Even the more rigorous training in observation, experimentation, analysis of results which the contemporary scientist receives in the laboratory still leaves a man stranger to himself. It does not enable him to understand the laws of his own being, the limitations imposed by his type, the nature of the forces and energies at work within him, the possibilities available to him in the form of other modes of consciousness. To realize these things he needs a very different form of education, one designed to develop all the parts of his being, and not merely to increase his store of "bits" (in the information sense) or to strengthen his purely intellectual capacities.
    William Sheldon, commenting on this subject in The Varieties of Human Temperament, observes that there are several kinds of intelligence. He lists symbolic and intellectual intelligence, so­matic and manipulative intelligence, imaginative intelligence, affectional intelligence, social and sexual intelligence, economic intelligence, aesthetic intelligence, time orientational or religious intelligence, topographical or spatial intelligence.
    The levels of these different kinds of intelligence vary with type and with the way in which the three components of temperament —viscerotonia, somatotonia, cerebrotonia—blend and integrate with one another. "It may be that the most generally intelligent person is he who most successfully carries and integrates a heavy endowment in more than one component, possibly in all three.”---Robert S. De Ropp (The Master Game p. 143,4)

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