Five. It was an interesting mental exercise to think about, but I got nothing from that. It didn't make sense to me logically, and I find there's too many 'outs' to the model, it's too easy to explain away criticisms of it without having any grounding to know if that explanation is true. You're just taking the word of a supposedly more experienced *worker.
Also intuitively it just didn't feel right at all.
And I don't like the way it's peddled... it's like some religions, using incentives and fear to make me believe. "You'll never get your true power unless you polarise." Just sounds like persuasion through fear "Believe my model or you're weak." Or "Become a lightworker, and devote yourself to the service of others! By the way, if you do this, it just so happens that it makes it easier for you to get money, sex, love and all the rest of the American Dream that you wanted anyway!" How convenient!
And don't get me started on how being a millionaire is some kind of moral, lightworker goal!
If someone finds use from this model, fair enough. But if someone's struggling and stressing, oh I need to poloarise whaddoIdo, etc maybe consider that this is just a way of looking at the world that might help you and not actually a truth about reality, and if it doesn't do anything for you, drop it.