Most of us think of negativity like a disease, without realizing that it’s a vital part of being human.
Thousands of years ago ‘negativity’ was what kept our ancestors alive – it was much safer to assume that lions were lurking in the bushes than not.
What we call ‘negativity’ is actually a survival mechanism that’s designed to protect us.
But today we live in a completely different environment. We live in comfortable homes with access to food, water, and healthcare.
There aren’t as many physical dangers today as what our ancestors faced thousands of years ago.
Still, that survival mechanism exists in all of us. We assume the worst because it’s much better to be prepared than to be wrong.
However, that very mechanism can also hold us back – if we don’t control it, it can spill to other aspects of our lives, paralyzing us.
Marisa Peer, UK’s #1 Therapist, says the first thing is to recognize that it’s OK to be a little negative.
In the video, she talks about how a little negativity is fine, and even important, because it protects us in certain situations.
So it’s okay to be negative ONLY if it protects you.
But once you realize that, it’s vital for us to change our mindset and start being positive.
In fact, Marisa says 90% of our thoughts should be positive, while only 10% of it negative.
Our mind’s job is to keep us alive – but it’s our job to tell the mind what we want, in order to have happy, fulfilling lives.
If you’d like to learn how to take control of your negative thoughts and learn how to develop a 90% positive mindset, then join Marisa Peer’s free masterclass.
After joining the masterclass, you’ll also:
- Experience Marisa’s live 20-minute rapid transformational therapy. Watch how Marisa triggers deep neurological transformation with her private clients almost instantly!
- View the world differently the next day. There’s a reason why Marisa has earned the title of being UK’s #1 therapist – she’s known for healing her clients in just ONE session. You’ll experience powerful changes within yourself and be transformed the next day.
- Strengthen your personal relationships. Negativity doesn’t just affect us – it also affects our relationships with the people around us. Marisa lines out steps that we can take to take control of our negativity and form much stronger relationships with those we love.