Originally Posted by rei
there was an entirely different undertone in your last post, which tells me you may have genuinely considered what i said. though i realize, if that is the case, it is entirely because you wish to serve your own ethical code, and not because you want to appease me, i do appreciate that you seemed open to feedback.
No one who is closed to feedback gets anywhere in life.
i talked before about how the Pavlina idea of lightworkers and darkworkers is different from the metaphysical idea signified by those terms. anybody know if this understanding is inaccurate?
While I can't answer that question definitively, from what I've heard I would say the common metaphysical perception of lightworkers and darkworkers is little more than good v. evil in new age terms. I say that because most metaphysically oriented lightworker material I've come across paints darkness in a very unflattering light, to say the least.
On a more true-to-life model, the difference is easily recalibrated as psychopathy/zealotry v. sane, sustainable polarization. In other words there isn't a real difference, one is simply more nuanced. (And more accurate, IMO.) As far as how that impacts you after death... You got me. I have no clue and frankly I'm skeptical of anyone who claims they do. Too often it comes across as human ego feigning certainty of the unknown.
The subject goes deeper, of course. Is there karma? If so, who is the keeper, if anyone is? I think one can infer where I stand based on what I've said, so I'll stop here before I derail the topic.