Culture also have small influences any decisions about the orientation or is it misleading? Does the Council of Worlds considered whether choice as "sincere", these 7% souls on Earth and on Nibiru 12% STS? It is known that young souls can be influenced by the environment, but one life is insignificant and can balance the circumstances. But in the past quite a considerable time the balance was broken.
What constitutes a balanced spiritual environment for the growth of young souls and the choices available to them? Choice is always there, the free will the young soul is allowed, but if unrelenting terror and a sense of hopelessness prevail for hundreds of lifetimes this can skew the view. The young soul finds it is losing the incarnation early in life, due to standing up to slave masters or being a hero for others, and thus repeatedly killed at a young age begins to seek another route. This was the reason the Council quarantined the Annunaki from Earth, and the reason Earth has 7% in the Service-to-Self rather than the usual 5% on developing worlds.
Does not an imbalance exist under different cultures on Earth? If a young soul has already developed a lean toward being Service-to-Other, being incarnated in a brutal society can actually sharpen and propel the soul in the Service-to-Other direction. Seeing girls denied an education or equal rights in Muslim societies, a brave Service-to-Other soul such as Malala becomes a hero and risks being maimed to do so. She is the stronger for this. Likewise, a young soul leaning to Service-to-Self in this society might find itself incarnated in a female body and experiencing empathy for others as a result. This empathy lingers through future incarnations.
A balanced environment for a growing soul involves the realization that things can be different, as the Birthing Guides arrange incarnations to bring these insights to the young souls. Malala knew that being a martyr can bring change, as she had witnessed this in prior lifetimes. The young soul leaning to Service-to-Self likewise gets to witness interaction in a highly Service-to-Other society, and takes note of the rewards for all due to cooperation and caring in such a society. We have made the statement that a trouble free life seldom results in spiritual growth, and souls most often spark under duress where action on their part is required. Polarized cultural environments are thus not a hindrance.