Well, my beleif about spiritual development is the same as some guy named Oazaki has said. It completely matches what my inner self "knew" about the
subject but I did not realize it until I had read it.
Here I provide his text on what I had come to realize:
Cassiopaeans have this whole STS (Service To Self) vs STO (Service To Others) thing going on. Their basic idea in this respect being that one can
serve self or others and that dependent on which you serve is your level decided, to an extent (you can’t be STS beyond 4th density) and is your whole
being and orientation decided. Now, there is indeed something to what they’re saying on this one, namely that STO is all about expanding outwards
rather than gathering and contracting (giving vs receiving) and that one *does* have to get beyond the mere satisfaction of petty personal whims and
desires in order to really get anywhere esoterically (“access the higher densities” as I guess they’d phrase it).
However, I have to say that I find their classifications and understandings on this one to be very shallow indeed. Namely because there is, in
reality, no such thing as STS VS STO. Why? Because in fact the ultimate service to self is to progress, thereby grow in insight, power and freedom,
thereby be a lot happier, more fulfilled and more self-actualized. That is to say, first you must work on yourself, find out who you are, what you
came here to do, what your purpose is. Then you must work on yourself some more so that you have the actual abilities and powers necessary to do what
you are here to do. For example, if you’re here to come up with Unified Field Theory, you can’t do that till you can think clearly and accurately
enough and until you have a good command of the various mathematical tools necessary. Similarly, if you’re here to win a gold medal in the Olympics,
you can’t do so till you’re fast, fit and strong enough. Now, these examples aren’t really what I’m talking about here, they just serve to illustrate
the idea that you can’t do what you came here to do until you’ve developed yourself to the extent that you are actually able to do it.
What I’m really talking about here, of course, is Spirit Purpose. Each and every individual came into incarnation to fulfil a particular Spirit
Purpose, to accomplish a specific task. And that Spirit Purpose is your deepest desire in life, and what all your being, all your incarnations, and
all your experiences point to. What they all lead you towards fulfilling. And the thing is that by realizing, accepting, living and fulfilling that
*personal* desire is your purpose in the scheme of things fulfilled and do you serve all others and indeed the creation as a whole best.
So, you serve others through serving your Self. Though, of course, your Self refers not to your ego personality so much as to your Spirit. That having
been said, in order to practically set about fulfilling your Spirit Purpose from this world, your ego personality and your Spirit have to become as
one, or at least to align and both point in the same direction.
And also, of course, through so doing you are serving others not so much as a whole load of individuated ego personalities but as a whole load of
Spirits, of multi-dimensional beings whose true interests and ends go way, *way* beyond what most people on earth would currently view as the summit
of all their desires.
The point here is that you do NOT best serve others by seeking, first and foremost, to serve them. First and foremost your focus should be your own
self, the development, awakening and increased manifested power of your own self. And such development is not a finite process. It’s not like you’ll
get to some point where you’ve done whatever you had to do and then can get out there and just apply that development in the serving of others. No.
You continually need to grow and develop for that is the nature of this cyclical creation. And, therefore, you need to continually focus on your Self
first and foremost and NOT on others first and foremost EVER.
You are here to do what YOU are here to do and everybody else is also, in their turn, here to do what THEY are here to do. And you do not serve
another’s interests by seeking to carry their burden for them.
And further, you need to grow and develop as a person to actually have something of worth and value to give to others. And the more you grow, the more
you develop, the more that you have which is of worth and value to give to others. So to repeat: your focus is first and foremost yourself. Yet
through that self-centred focus do you best serve others and indeed the universe as a whole.
So much for STS vs STO. Unless they’re just talking about service to self-as-ego-personality vs service to self-as-spiritual, multi-dimensional being.
In which case they really are using very imprecise, quite misleading terminology.
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