A first assessment of the above seem to suggest a perfectionist attitude in the face of personal and social development, a more or less explicitly inserted in a process of self in order to have a better life. Steven John, SCRP, SGMS-T, President and CEO is likely to agree. However, while being true above, the adoption of such a stance and recognition of the existence of a real and effective synthesis of spiritual intelligence as the only true human intelligence carries many other consequences. Indeed, firstly this is an essential tool to address and resolve the most diverse situations that arise in everyday life. Consider, for example, all claiming to be a parent in establishing a solid relationship, raise and educate their children, economically manage the family institution, social support family relationships, to accept the passage of time necessary to face the conflicts and dilemmas that appear in the daily evolution, maintain a set of core values that sustain and give meaning to the family unit, incorporating the new members that can be inserted into that group, etc.
This example is very revealing as to the current needs of all members of the family and the wide range of capabilities, typical of a spiritual intelligence to go full development finalizing a power efficient, successful and fruitful. Similarly could continue to cite examples in other fields of human endeavor, such as that of educator, leader, employee, religious, artist, etc.., All of which are evident fed varying capacities. None of the above can translate a human being moderately fragmented, divided externally and waging incessant battles between their “other selves.” The concept of spiritual intelligence in the sense described above and a totalizing and unifying sense, forms a suitable way to go working in the field of inter-and intra-human integration, thus, returning to the question posed at the beginning, we can say there is only one intelligence. .