Originally Posted by Andrew Gubb
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...)
Well one, being a lightworker doesn't mean being free of social conditioning, or awakening could happen after incurring lots of debt which basically forces you into a job-a college education and
entrepreneurship don't go hand in hand unless you've got a plan from the start or you're thinking 10-20 years down the line.
Second, it could be part of an attempt to reform the organization from within, or it could be that what that particular lightworker wants to do can really only be accomplished at or near the top and it's easier to work within existing structures than to start from scratch.
It's all hypothetical so there's no way to flesh it out with actual situations and strategies but this kind of thing is fairly plausible, especially if said lightworker wanted to get into politics. That's probably the best example of needing power to accomplish something and having no other means to get it.