About Musashi, for deciding on his polarity or not polarity, I refer you to the articles again. Maybe I'm wrong and he was not a darkworker/lightworker after all. That would mean that his killing was purely skill based, and that his enlightenment was either a myth, or limited to his profession.
Originally Posted by Natsu
I am sure that you don't fear losing control (nor do I, since fear is useless ;-) . But I suppose you take that possibility into account. Do you have something planned in that case? I'll take for granted you don't worry for that, but, have you planned some self-control stuff in case your own impulse got out of direction and sent you where you didn't want to go? I am really curious about this one.
Originally Posted by Shindra
One thing you said is interesting, that Alexander died at 30 something. It is probable that someone at that age, even if they had polarized, would not yet have reached a level of consciousness where they had gotten rid of all the more weighty self-destructive tendencies.
I would not like to see you crash.
We should not confuse darkworker syndrome with the "karmic debt" that is created by inflow intentions. As we know, the key to inflow intentions is paying the debt willingly. I suspect I can avoid a crash by being a good debtor, which means taking total responsibility for my life. Another way of seeing the crashes of people like Alexander and Napoleon is that their crash *was* their payment. The qualities that made them great also made them crash. They burned in their own flames.
I don't know yet what will happen when my inflow becomes extremely strong. No Napoleon or Alexander here, my polarity is expressed in ways that don't involve dying soldiers or likewise unpleasant things.
As for other ways of crashing, since I can't foresee them, I guess I will just have to take my chances
I think I will leave this thread as it is now. Thanks for the insightful conversation.