When he enters into this tremendous experience with only a part of his psyche--with the emotional feeling, for instance, but not with the practical will--he emerges with only that same part cultivated and stimulated by the divine inspiration. But the parts which did not enter remain untouched and uninspired. Nor is this all. The unbalance of the psyche will necessarily affect harmfully the character of the realization, or rather the way in which it is received and experienced. Thus it is plain that only an integral approach will yield both a full and perfect result. Whether the light enters his intellect or heart or will or all three, depends on whether a part only or every corner of the whole man has engaged in the quest.
-- Notebooks Category 16: The Sensitives > Chapter 9: Inspiration and Confusion > # 69