I would like to share my personal understanding and belief with regards to what one could call the spectrum of service to others. What is meant by this, is the range of possible ways or approaches for an entity to live a life, i.e. to be interacting with its environment, that would lead to a classification of the entity as a positively polarized one in accordance with the definition given in the channeled Ra Material.
The spectrum as I understand it can be thought of as being continuous in the degree of selflessness - or - to be more descriptive - continuous in the extent to which the illusion of separation and the associated fears that are generated by it are seen through and disregarded.
While being continuous, i.e. infinitely nuanced, the spectrum has a finite range.
One end of the spectrum being total self-abandonment with the intent to exert positive influence on others. One might call this an impulsive service to others. Impulsive - because - since requiring self-destruction - can only be exerted a single time within an existence. Just like a strong impulse.
The other end of the spectrum being a self-preserving way of serving others with the degree of self-preservation being chosen as high as necessary to be of service for the longest possible time and in the most capable way (capable in terms of the self-energization needed to help others).
However, also including at least one single moment in life, in which the illusion of separation is seen through, the fears generated by it are disregarded and an act of self-abandonment in order to serve others is sincerely considered and embraced or taken.
One might call this the enduring service to others.
One might further classify the impulsive and enduring ways to serve others as being wise or unwise.
For example - if a being is sincerely convinced that it - as the Orion Group controlled media of this planet constantly propagates- is a parasite of this earth and the being therefore decides to destroy itself (self-abandonment) to benefit the earth. This would be an act of service to others that is motivated by love but suffers from a considerable lack of wisdom. Simply because earth will not benefit from the couple of kg of CO2 that are saved by the death of said being (given that 5/6 of totally emitted CO2 is released from the earths crust anyhow). On the contrary, earth will miss the invaluable grace, beauty and kindness of said being that could have had a life long positive impact on earth and humans.
On the other hand, if a powerful being is set up by another being and ends up in a situation
where it would have to use its powers in order to preserve its existence and knows that this would exert negative influence on others and then decides not to exert this negative influence but instead prefers self-destruction: This would be an act of service to others that is motivated by love and wisdom, i.e. it is a well-informed way to serve others.
Now it seems to me the Ra Material was intended to convey the concept of - what I would call - the enduring way to serve others at one end of the spectrum by using a numerical allegory for something which is - by all means - very hard to quantify… that is from a human standpoint.
(And if you ask me, also pointless to be actually quantified by humans).
One should rather find an understanding of the variety of ways to serve others. And as I see it, there is an entire spectrum of it, finite but continuous and thus infnitely nuanced.
More concretely and less abstractly spoken, there are services that require time, effort and energy. They may require a being to take care of its nutrition, housing situation, making sure to have a relationship and so forth. All of this to varying degrees depending on the particular service in question.
If you ask me the notion of something like: This kind of service is more valuable than that one - namely, by 23.647 % is not helpful… and one could even argue whether this is a negatively polarized way of looking at things.
If anyone knows of passages within the Ra Material that deal with this question/topic, except “the numerical allegory of 51 %”. Any referral to these passages would be greatly appreciated.