Negative thinking is a dysfunctional habit. Yes, there are things we prefer to be different. However, what we decide to believe, think, or feel about it is what each person decides. Deciding is fundamental to creating.
From the viewpoint of the source, any perception or creation, directly or indirectly received through the imagination, through intuition, through faith—through any dimension—can be experienced as real or not, dependent only upon what we deliberately believe. It is not possible to have a perception or creation that does not exist, but one may believe the perception or creation is unreal. Humans intentionally limit their own perceptions.
Thus your reality—positive or negative—is anything you believe it to be! (As long as there is no conflict with your previous beliefs.)
Since the beginning of human existence, people have weighed the evidence, analyzed, and taken measurements to answer, “What should I believe?” This is the wrong question. The right question is: “What do I want to believe?
If people move away from being the source of their beliefs their past takes over as the source of their beliefs. Taking responsibility for one’s beliefs, thoughts and feelings is being the source right now. Blame is looking for who was the source. People can become addicted to the past to provide answers. Reversing the flow and giving answers to the past can be a powerful transformational process.
Giving answers to the past leads to the reality that “We experience what we believe. If we don’t believe that we experience what we believe, then we don’t, which still means the first statement is true.” ~Harry Palmer
Therefore, the bottom line is…Negative thinking is a choice and decision and can become a dysfunctional habit, not a requirement or part of human existence.