He must not depend on lesser faculties alone--good though they are in their place--when a higher faculty exists, when the intuition shines out of its certitude. Not the impure, ego-warped, narrowed, emotion-swayed and intellect-dried thing which serves so many; not man dictating to God but more humbled before God. A seeker must become free from fanaticism before the eyes can see. Let no one impose suggestion's power nor authoritarian rule; rather should the mind empty itself until Pure Consciousness is there.
-- Notebooks Category 7: The Intellect > Chapter 1: The Place of Intellect > # 79