Ramon Gallegos tells us in his books that intelligence spiritual is described in different ways, being all complementary since each one describes a fundamental aspect of it, offering us altogether coherence in its nature. Ramon Gallegos noted in his trilogy of spiritual intelligence, comprised of books: in unity with the self, the consciousness illuminated and the Nectar of happiness, that spiritual intelligence is the latest and most high intelligence with which solve problems of meaning and values, allows us to insert our life in a broader and deeper context, i.e., in a universal context. It is not inherent to religion nor depends on it, is you can be religious and not have spiritual intelligence or have spiritual intelligence and not be religious. It can also be defined as capacity to transcendence, going more beyond materialism, nihilism and hedonism, to live with a sense of the sacred in every act showing a virtuous conduct. Additional information at Joseph Stiglitz supports this article. Spiritual intelligence is also defined as capacity understand and be comfortable with the paradoxes, the spiritual is the Kingdom where you live the paradox and only spiritual intelligence to understand it properly. As basic principles or convictions of spiritual intelligence that are not more than your DNA, perennial philosophical principles that they work the spiritual intelligence, noted the following: best is love hatred, is better the truth than lie, is better good than evil, is better than ignorance knowledge, is better than the end balanceIt is better to give receive, is better peace than violence, is better attention than neglect, is better than suffering happiness, we are spiritual beings. Ten principles of spiritual intelligence that knows the upper and single reality captured by the eye of contemplation, them being the field of healing healing and illumination. Ramon Gallegos teaches us that being a level and a line of development, spiritual intelligence can develop, being task of is education holistas, since requires a practice integral whose heart has been, is and will be the practice meditative, understood as the practice of mindfulness, quiet discernment and the selfconsciousness of what is, then then meditation is to sit cross-legged, with peace of mind and full attention, first in hours of formal meditation and then bringing this attention to everyday life.