Clarity does not rely on our I.Q.; it relies on our capacity to accept the way things are. Until we keep being angry resentful or anxious, we cannot be clear. Clarity requires a certain level of detachment. When we are worried about something we are not seeing clearly. The capacity to see depends on our emotional capacity to let go.
Letting go is not a process of dissociation from our emotional self, it is a process of integration. Our emotional dimension, through pain and pleasure, comfort and discomfort, peace and agitation, gives us insights about our capacity to be clear moment to moment.
Being clear invites us to connect to our truth and express it in an exploratory process. When we hold back out of fear, we create stories and assumptions that add layers of confusion. Being clear is the path of the heart, the path of simple truth.