Belief, akin to intuition is arch-knowledge. Meta-knowledge can be done poorly or well. When it is done poorly, it is a belief in a false g-d. When it is done by a refined individual who follows the rules of obtaining meta-knowledge, which he obtains from others or from tradition, it is a belief into the true G-d, although it cannot be communicated to one who has no concept of how to obtain meta-knowledge and has not even embarked on the quest.
To a mystic who has attained this knowledge, those who have not attained it are like children who must be protected and tended in hope of bringing them slowly and eventually to this knowledge. There is is a great danger from this to the mystic who may grow to believe that he is now exempt from the rules that govern mere humans. If he is caught up in it, he will become a Bilaam.
Once he transitions beyond this danger, he will know what can and cannot be shared and taught. He will give to each person what he can assimilate and through which he can rise. He will pursue beneficence and chessed because that is what Hashem does for the world. On the other hand, feeding people knowledge which they are not yet ready to digest is not only irresponsible, it is a sign of smallness.
Unfortunately, in our age and time, the world has literally shrunk, both physically and spiritually. Distances are smaller and spiritual distance and levels are also not as well appreciated. We want to know everything quickly and we want to do it through our brains. We don't want to understand that there are many different kinds of knowledge and the some of them take years and decades of preparation and work
There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio,
Than are dreamt of in your philosophy.
- Hamlet (1.5.166-7), Hamlet to Horatio