That's not something a polarized person would do. A darkworker would learn how to control and overcome the guilt as it would most likely arise out of conditioning. It's not an indication to back down, it's a challenge to overcome. There are other reasons s/he might choose to forego the promotion but that's not it. |
The lightworker response, to the extent I understand lightworking, would be surrender. Let it go; if it's meant to be things will work out somehow and if they don't something else will come to them down the line. Ambition isn't set aside per se but compassion/respect for the other guy and their faith
in God or the universe or nature or human goodness (lots of things can go here) trumps their personal motivations.
Sounds about right, though it does beg the question what a lightworker is doing trying to rise through the ranks of a company like this... from what I've seen of such companies the way things are set up basically encourages individualism and for one to step on the other to advance. Great fun for darkworker leaning people I guess.. but I think a polarised lightworker would quit in frustration. Hell, out of frustration I cut that path short at the point of getting the qualifications to go to university. (It wasn't as a strongly motivated lightworker that I did it, but I was pushed to do so in part by strong idealism, so a little underneath all the chaos it had its lightworkerish part).
There aren't actually a lot of big lightworker organisations so I don't know how they work internally. I think at this stage there's more demand for leaders than employees anyway. (Well if market price is any indicator...)