Emotional intelligence, the next most sought-after intelligence.
Emotional intelligence is the ability of the human being to perceive and understand beyond the form and to act with sensitivity towards everything that presents itself to him: situations, events, people, objects, etc., by relying on his memories, conscious and unconscious, and the emotional charges, positive or negative, that they contain.
Thus, when we look at an object, our way of recognizing and evaluating it is codified according to the feelings and emotions we have recorded during our personal experiences with the object in question. Our experience with it can go back to our childhood and beyond.
In order to better understand the interaction of the multidimensional mechanisms according to which our consciousness operates, we can make the analogy with robotics. For example, to recognize a table, a robot will need more than 10,000 pictures of tables of all shapes and colors. In the human being, the activation of his intelligence is similar to that of a robot or a computer, except that he adds, simultaneously, a quantum emotional dynamic linked to a multitude of information recorded throughout his different experiences in relation to this object.
For example, a table may activate sadness in a person who lived in a family where there was no communication, attention and affection in sharing, while for another person, the table may represent a warm place of gathering, extraordinary sharing and family unity. This example shows that we code our emotional intelligence, our reference points and our ability to recognize in a very personal way according to our sensory and multidimensional experience; this explains the different associations and reactions that a group of people can have to the same object.
The number of researches and studies carried out with the aim of decoding the functioning of human consciousness is constantly increasing. At the same time, their progression allows us to see the analogy with the scientific and technological revolution in the field of artificial intelligence (AI).
Currently, studies in this area are growing worldwide and are among the most fascinating and important topics of the 21st century. The UCM Teaching & Research Center is deeply involved in the study of the functioning of consciousness through the teaching of symbolic language and dream interpretation, signs and symbols.
The example of the table shows that a symbol is determined by multiple factors and that only the activation of our emotional intelligence can allow us to understand all its facets.
Today, emerging leaders are sought after and hired not only on the basis of their academic credentials but also on the basis of their people management skills and competencies and their ability to function relationally with a diverse emotional intelligence.
The deep understanding of the human being in all its aspects is the key to the success of a company, and to the success of a life on the individual, relational and family levels. Indeed, practical and intellectual intelligence is not enough to achieve true success.
A Cartesian genius will always be limited if he does not also develop his emotional potential; all the more so since in the world in which we live today, the multi-dimensions of consciousness are becoming more and more tangible thanks to the numerous discoveries and technological inventions that give them palpable, concrete forms, but which risk creating damage on the individual and collective levels if they are not used with the wisdom of the heart.
Emotional intelligence phenomenally increases our lucidity in the face of situations and events that we are led to experience. Indeed, it confers global vision and deep empathy allowing to have a benevolent discernment and to act in knowledge of the strengths and weaknesses of the people concerned by a situation, an event or other.
Until our time, human beings have underestimated or even ignored the reality of multi-dimensions and their ability to perceive them through their innate subtle senses, which, however, are still inactive in most people. Thus, he has simply left this potential aside to focus mainly on Cartesian, logical and very concrete studies.
Yet, although invisible to the naked eye, it is our emotions and feelings added to the intellectual knowledge of life that define the deep and complex understanding of who we are, the choices we make, the way we manifest ourselves, etc.
The curricula and teaching in the schools of tomorrow will not only aim at the intellectual understanding of things but will also teach students how to perceive and feel deeply, that is, how to use and integrate the multi-dimensions of consciousness in the acquisition and application of Knowledge and the development of our multiple faculties.
In today's society, we often hear about the IQ to evaluate a person's overall skills and knowledge. The higher the IQ and the higher the average, the more the person is considered a genius. Certainly, the great geniuses of this world have marked the first steps on the path of intellectual knowledge; they have invented great things and have been able to solve complex physical enigmas. In doing so, they have paved the way to the incredible potential that lies within each of us. We can now imagine what our future will be like and how the new generations of multidimensional geniuses will live through the combination of IQ and EQ.
This script was written by Professors Francis L. Kaya and Anthony Di Benedetto of the UCM Teaching and Research Center.
For more information, we invite you to discover the Dictionary, Dreams-Signs-Symbols, The Source Code of Kaya.
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