We are on the side of history that studies the light-seeking, positive orientation of the Mind upon its servant, the brain.
We are traveling on this NeuroPositive, growth-evoking, light-seeking journey.
This shift to the knowledge and practice of NeuroPositivity is part of the shift of consciousness of the planet.
What is positive and good is everywhere, but it requires a lens. That lens is to see what is negative as a departure from the norm, and not the rule that determines our life and well-being.
What’s your lens?
Do you want to make yourself feel “threat” or “safety”?
Right now your heart is beating in a way that is signaling to your body that you are either safe or feeling threat.
Which is it for you?
It is entirely possible to be in threat when there is no real threat at all; we just think the negative thoughts that put us in threat.
In SAFETY your parasympathetic systems has you at rest, restoring you, healing you, building up your resilient reserves.
In threat, your sympathetic system is arousing the hormones of defense and flight and flight.
Your brain can be caught up in that process.
The negative has us fooled. We are seekers of light.
That is the choice: calm/connect or fight/flight?
Which describes you?
It is not a requirement to exhaust the lens of the negative before you can pick up the positive lens.
It is a more educated choice in the direction of the nature of being itself, but you may have to turn off the television, stop negative conversation and gossip, and generally be much more selective about what you take in, to claim the lens.
We can change our world of “threat” by our perceived notion that someone is getting ahead of us by checking our own need to worry about getting behind, losing time, having to hurry, running out of time, not getting everything done, and just letting it go.
The right side of history is the way the river is flowing, and that is in the direction and with the force of NeuroPositivty: well-being, improved health, thriving relationships, a deeper sense of meaning and personal significance, and increasing longevity.
© Dr. William K. Larkin