Originally Posted by Jasper
So to say that Hitler is a lightworker, would state that there is some sort of objective way of determining if someone is lightworker or darkworker. But intentions cannot be known (even your own might be hard to determine, on the most basic level).
Hmmm, I don't really have a lot to say on the rest of it but I'll chime in here.
I call Hitler a lightworker because it's exceptionally clear that he acted on behalf of Germany. In the end he committed suicide to avoid bringing dishonor upon his country. This would be unthinkable to a darkworker.
Is it iron-clad proof he was a lightworker? Dissecting details like that won't give a for-sure answer. There's a strong case for it, strong enough that I use him as a prime example of how light can be twisted.
Desires change. Today I want to write, tomorrow I might volunteer, and the day after I might decide to travel. Motivations don't shift as easily. Indeed, someone whose motives shift day-to-day won't get very far in life. To be able to manage the complexity within yourself you need a strong, steady foundation. That's what polarization provides.
A darkworker may well be philanthropic but it's not for the greater good or some nonsense ideal, it's because that's how he honors himself. A lightworker can do things which seem selfish because he can't serve without adequate energy and resources. In either case their core motivation remains constant while they act within a dynamic world. That's what gives them their power.
On a final note I think describing polarity in terms of love and fear is ridiculous. Read Asmoday's site
if you want another perspective; he's said nearly anything I could say on the matter, particularly What is a Darkworker?