I know that you believe that you understood what you think I said, but I am not sure you realize that what you heard is not what I meant. – Robert McCloskey
When one accepts a belief, one has signed a personal contract to claim the belief as part of personal truth.
One should not later blame messengers of the belief for any future errors that may arise in the belief. To do so is to dishonor the agreement made with the self to claim the belief as part of personal truth.
To shift personal responsibility is to express denial and escapism from personal reality, as well as lack integrity, truthfulness, honor, value and respect for freewill and personal choice.
One therefore further separates from the higher self and the light.
This concept applies on the people who see channelers responsible for the lack of a physical lightship manifestation on October 14th- they can blame no one but themselves for agreeing to claim the October 14th manifestation as part of their personal truth.
They should claim responsibility for their own accepted beliefs and not shift the responsibility to others, since they are their own selves, they are their own minds.
To shift responsibility for personal choice is to belittle one’s self and one’s mind.
Dishonoring the self is worse than making a choice that led to an undesired outcome.