“The educated brain of man can build a skyscraper out of wood and steel, bricks and mortar. The innate intelligence of the body can make an educated brain cell out of a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. In which should our confidence lie?” –Strauss
Educated intelligence is the intelligence that we develop from our life experiences. From the moment we were born our educated intelligence has been developing. It is formed and influenced by the people in our lives, the experiences we have had, and the observations that we have made. We use it as an additional tool for adapting to the environment around us. A human can learn to adapt to a life in the frozen tundra or to a life in the hot and humid tropics. If you try to take a polar bear to the tropics you will have a sad result, the same result as moving a monkey to the tundra.
A chiropractor uses their educated intelligence to locate misaligned vertebrae in the spine which place stress on the nervous system. They use an adjustment to introduce a force into the misaligned vertebrae to correct its location, allowing the innate intelligence (see prior post) to be more fully expressed. The chiropractor then steps back and allows the innate intelligence to go to work. Rather that work is healing injured tissue, shivering in the tundra, or sweating in the tropics; it is work that is done more efficiently with a proper nerve supply.
What does not vary is the level of innate intelligence in our bodies. Everyone is provided the same innate intelligence! It is the same in an adult as it is in a newborn baby, it is the same in a doctor as it is in a heroin addict, and it is the same in a human as it is in a polar bear. Everything that expresses LIFE does so because of the innate intelligence residing within it (see prior posts). It is doing everything it can to make us as healthy as we can be, but it is limited by the capabilities of the physical matter it resides within. The innate intelligence of the iguana, dropped into the tundra, is going to want to heat up the matter which makes up the iguana, but unfortunately the matter that makes up the iguana is not capable of that activity. And the real kicker on top of that? The poor iguana does not possess the educated intelligence to put a wool coat on either! The human from the tundra, dropped into the tropics, is going to strip down and start sweating profusely. The educated intelligence realizes it would be cooler without the clothing on and the innate intelligence instructs the matter to cool itself.