One may have a profound faith in the possibilities of unfoldment, a faith based on the actuality of one's own experience and the observation of many other persons' experience. Therefore one writes with hesitation anything which, because it may be easily misunderstood, can dim that faith. But some warning is certainly needed here. It is needed by those who let themselves be led astray by the glowing assertions or the marvel-sprinkled claims of teachings whose real ground is part-truth and part-untruth. Not only is the proof still wanting for some of their most important statements, but lives have been thrown into chaos by accepting their actuality too literally.
-- Notebooks Category 16: The Sensitives > Chapter 10: The Is Is Not an Ism > # 22