Whatever terminology we use Steve Pavlina has got it right the more we focus on our goals the more we will achieve. The narrower our focus the greater opportunity that we will have for success.
The more polarized you become, the more you tap into your deepest levels of inner power.Â Whether you are a darkworker or a lightworker, your source of power is alwaysÂ found within.Â It is not a form of agency or positionalÂ power.Â You could be stripped of all your worldly titles and possessions and still feel just as strong.Â As a lightworker your energy flows outward.Â (source)
And really we need to ask ourselve what sort of impact do we want to have on our world. Those who are truly polarised speak to the world with authority. They are able to energize others and enable them to achieve their goals.
The unpolarised do not have this authority. They are unable to determine right and wrong, what they should or shouldn’t do and so end up failing. They as Steve puts it are the opposite to a lightworker. In the end they draw from others and suck their energy and dampen creativity.
How would I identify a lightworker? What are the characteristics I would look for?
- Passion coupled with integrity – WithoutÂ integrity passion can lose its way.Â
- Vision coupled with insight – vision needs discernment.
- Motivation coupled with compassion – otherwise people can just get used and not valued
I am sure that there are more. What is important is to identify these people and partner with them. Because when two people are polarised together their capacity is developed exponentially.