I'm not sure I completely understand this whole light-dark concept again. I thought I had it, but then you threw in the whole fear-love bit and it threw me off again.
I had thought that the polarization was more concerned with the reasons for doing things. Thinking of it as more of an in-flow, out-flow related ideology. For example, take a farmer. I had thought of a lightworker as a farmer who will plant crops with the intent to feed 3rd world countries (earning minimal profits on his crops). This would impact his decisions because he would more likely plant crops like wheat, corn, or rice (subsistence crops). Whereas a darkworker farmer would be more concerned with planting crops which would produce the maximum cash return for him. He would end up planting different crops such as, coffee, sugar beets, or cotton (cash crops).
I was under the impression that fear/lack-of-fear need not really play a role in the polarization process, and that it had more to do with directing the "kharmic flow". Hence why I feel a bit slighted (not much, don't worry), by your comments about how darkworkers only reap "scarcity, relationship troubles, and etc...". Going back to the farmer analogy that would be like the farmer planting weeds for himself, which would only happen in very low-conciousness circumstances.
As a darkworker (well, sith apprentice...
) who believes in an afterlife, I still feel unconditionally safe, but since my belief system allows me to pursue any goals I wish, I am still free to focus on self-service (including world-service in-so-much as it benefits myself).
Do you feel differently about it, or have I missed something?