It is possible that the membership of such a cult or the following of such a teacher will still benefit him if he takes care not to make the mistake of asking more than the one or the other can give. That is, he should not ask for the truth which only perfectly equilibrated, fully developed philosophy can give. He should accept the fact that the sect has its limitations, the leader his errors. But if this safeguard is not taken, if he fails to resist the doubtful enthusiasm untempered by reality which will surround him, or the wild eccentricity into which weak persons are swept away, then the group or the guide may bog down his progress or even harm him.
-- Notebooks Category 16: The Sensitives > Chapter 7: The Path of Individuality > # 63