If you stay stuck in the feeling and emotion of what they’ve done (or not done) and how it’s affected you and inconvenienced you, and you stay attached to the story of how unfair it is and how they shouldn’t behave this way or treat you this way, here’s what will happen – you will continue to feel bad, you will attract more people who let you down, and you will block anything that you want from coming to you.
Other people’s priorities are not the same as yours. They never are and they never could be. What’s vitally important to you is not so important to them. Mostly people don’t let you down intentionally and if they do that’s not someone you want to be around anyway.
So it’s important to move on – for your own sake. Otherwise, you will be sucked into a downward spiral of negativity that will affect your vibration and cause you to feel more and more disappointment.
But why is it important to bless them as well? I see it as a release of the energy that you’ve been holding – whether it’s disappointment, anger, frustration, or anything else. If you move on, but stifle those feelings, then you haven’t really moved on. The disappointment will continue to affect you.
If you’re not sure you’re ready and able to do this yet, this affirmation may help:
“I release the need to be affected by other people’s behavior. When someone lets me down I am willing to bless them and move on.”