Calculation may be pushed by the ego to the point of cunning. The first is quite proper to the business world and the mathematical sphere, but in the area of spiritual seeking it has only a limited applicability. The second is quite useless here. What is here of greater worth than both is intuition. But because this latter faculty is little developed in most people, they have to be content for the time with simple trust. But this is not a faculty; it is a trait of character. It may mislead a person if he puts it into the wrong channel, or it may serve him well if he places it properly.
-- Notebooks Category 22: Inspiration and the Overself > Chapter 1: Intuition the Beginning > # 44