Every time you notice a defilement, are you happy or upset?
Most yogis get upset because you only notice the defilement, but you forget the awareness that notices the defilement. Awareness is more important.
Yogis when they meditate, they try to be aware, aware, aware, but they always complain about the experience. They forget that they’re aware, that we’re trying to do just this.
(Whenever the mind gets upset when you see a defilement, you’re paying attention to the object, not the awareness. So, if you notice a defilement and get upset, remember this: If the mind pays attention to the object, you get upset; but if it pays attention to the awareness, the mind is equanimous.)