Consider this metaphor. You may approach a mountain, your obstacle, and you can take a steel shovel to it: a conservative and careful method to try to clear it from your way. Then you can slowly pick away at it, trying to get to the other side.
You can push a massive truck full of explosives into it, blowing a new valley through the valley, regardless of the damage it may do to anything in the surroundings. Lightworkers may claim that the journey is its own reward, learning to endure the crags and the travel was part of the lesson, etc,etc. but darkworkers may justly note that the accursed mountain is no longer there - and any future mountains may take the same dump truck of explosives.
Which method do you think is going to be faster? Which method, do you think, is arguably more powerful?
That said, both energies are probably fairly equal in the long run. But it does seem that darkworkers have an easier and speedier method for specific objectives - moral qualms can be seeds of doubt that hurt manifestation, too!
Last edited by Willworker; 07-11-2009 at 06:22 AM.