Using Spiritual Intelligence for Innovations

“There is something about creativity that wants you to operate at some levels of spiritual intelligence.”
(L&D•Concepts•009)

The degree of impact you make in this physical world depends on your level of interaction with the supernatural. It is relatively impossible to imagine any kind of beauty or wisdom in this material world that is not in abundance in the supernatural world. That is why a spiritual window is the only magnifying lens to see the real beauty of the world in which we live. Therefore, a real impact maker must be someone who knows where those spiritual windows are located and where they can go to peep into the supernatural realm. Such fellows are the real players who understand how the creativity game interlaces spiritual intelligence in an inventive play that is disguised in some escapist fantasies. Those that have learned to deploy their spiritual intelligence for innovations do often find answers to most questions that have defied the natural wisdom.

Emphatically, a connection with the supernatural would always help to link up your spiritual antenna to the spiritual window thereby making you a clairaudient channel. The word “Clairaudience” has been defined as “a gift where you literally hear messages from the spirit world. . . .

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Utilizing Spiritual Intelligence for Innovations

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Ernest H. Abinokhauno

Ernest has been having an incredible experience researching the most practical ways to teach creativity at the Virtual Concept Laboratory (VCL). At any given time, there's a good chance he's either observing nature at the country side or acting out some creativity games on paper in his Laboratory. Ernest loves playing upon words. He has used this creativity to compose high profile expressions that generate feelings of ecstasy that could make you feel like you're floating in a cloud. This is the game he plays at leisure. If you sometimes like to chill out and get cool creatively in a play upon words, then you could usually be visiting his L&D Concepts which he writes to expand imagination. His interests include motivational, entrepreneurship and inspirational contents.

4 thoughts on “Using Spiritual Intelligence for Innovations”

  1. As I read this, I feel :

    “The very heart of the sun beats in this quote as its circumferent white corona beams on the psyche of the beholder.”

    Wonder, how to inculcate such spiritual intelligence in the vastitude of population !

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    1. Thank you for the compliments and for your unwavering support for my Quotes ever resonating from your hearty cheers and admiration like “The very heart of the sun” unapologetically spreading on my “psyche” with “its circumferent white corona beams”.

      I’d love to advise anyone wishing to “inculcate . . . spiritual intelligence” in innovations to make a deliberate effort to be caught up in some spiritual activities like giving “an icy glare to a moonlit sky at night,” where they would have “attempted to call the stars down from the sky as a way of appreciating the beauty of the Creator’s master plan.” It’s that simple 😊 Respect ✊🙏

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  2. This quote, though one of the earliest as I see, 9th in 500, expresses the culmination of perceptions of readers, post reading all of your quotes, vibrating on the same frequency of (the term that I sought for appropriateness) Spiritual Intelligence.

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    1. I tried to use this quote to express what I feel about the fantasy of creativity. For me, the ability to interact with the supernatural by ritualizing insane practices helps with implementing any kind of innovations.

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