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In the case of an ordinary man, the emotional reaction to a situation is all he is conscious of during the situation itself. The intellectual or intuitional judgement of it comes some time afterwards, if it comes at all. But in the disciple's case, his self-training should be directed toward a side-by-side working of the two at one and the same time.

-- Notebooks Category 6: Emotions and Ethics > Chapter 3: Discipline Emotions > # 152

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