Rational thought that requires that we process facts and information using logical thinking belongs in the cognitive realm. Most trainings require that we impart a cogntive/psychomotor skill to the learner. Bloom’s taxonomy (or the Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy) handles the cognitive domain quite well.
Emotions and feelings however, are a different ball game. They defy, even bypass, logical thinking. This is why a different taxonomy is required to handle learning in the affective domain.
Krathwohl’s 5-level taxonomy makes it clear why short-term one-shot capsule programs seldom work for affective domain programs, such as the ones dealing with habit-formation, attitude-building, temper-control, creativity, emotional intelligence, etc.
“Krathwohl’s Taxonomy for the Affective Domain and the Inverted Pyramid,” explains the taxonomy in more detail. Check it out.