Otherwise, anyone "conscious" who wanted to be able to live in Christian freedom in the way Jesus and the NT writers actually recommended would be best advised high-tale it out of the Org.
I share the same position.
Was I to have a lot significant family members and friendship in the org, leaving would have been a lot harder than what it is now. But I feel at odds with the organization, I don’t feel free to express my thoughts and feelings about some JW’s position and doctrines, I feel that I need a healthier Christian fellowship and association, and time is too precious to wasted at “broken cisterns” (Jer 2:13) that the KH and assembly halls have turned into. So, I realized that I can’t stay.
Also, I feel a calling in my heart to be of better service to my community and Christian brother and sisters, in the JW organization… my “talents” will be wasted, as I promised myself to never set a foot at the platform/podium again at a KH (not even for reading). I enjoy teaching, I would like to teach the gospel and lead others to Christ; as a JW…that will be almost impossible.
However, I believe that the decision to leave or stay have to be a purely personal. But don’t fool yourself, staying won’t be easy, and you’ll have to give up some of your Christian freedom. Even for the conscious class…staying comes with a price.
As to the salvation of the “conscious class”; this is all I have to say:
There is only one Lawgiver and Judge, the one who is able to save and destroy. But you—who are you to judge your neighbor? (James 4:12, NIV).