Welcome to the Fantasy World of Positive Thinking

Did you know that Positive Thinking can give you true happiness and peace of mind with no drama and no suffering?

Welcome to the Fantasy World of Positive Thinking

Anyone preaching this fantasy, is trying to sell you a product or a service. Anyone preaching eternal happiness through a belief system is trying to slave your mind. So, what is the truth to life? I don’t know, and I’m OK with that.

I don’t need to know ‘the truth’ in order to live a wonderful life.

I’m not here to preach the ultimate truth. I’m here to share with you my emotions, my values, and my humble beliefs as I help my clients dissolve their fantasies. That’s what I do: I’m a fantasy buster, I’m a coach for emotional trauma.

Does that even exist? Now it does, I just made it up.

If we compare our life to a fantasy, we lose. Chronic stress comes from here. So, if you are ready to get real, I welcome you to grow, cry and have a laugh as we discover together the beauty of living an authentic life, not a fantasy life based on positive thinking. So…

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Why is Positive Thinking Making you Miserable?

The search for happiness through positive thinking is an illusion. That’s my humble belief. We are amazing creatures designed to grow and evolve constantly. This is the strongest survival instinct present in all living creatures. So, how do we grow? We grow when we are exposed to challenges.

When we perceive that our environment is ‘challenging’ our survival and our emotional values, we grow. This perception forges our survival instinct and our emotional values. Our ancestors managed to survive by thriving through challenges, not by laying down on their comfort zone, and we are no different.

Challenges cause a negative emotional impact, but when we color-code this impact with positive thinking, we cease to grow. Our brain is left out starving for challenging emotions. Therefore, if you don’t fulfil your life with meaningful challenges, your brain manifests meaningless drama in order to stimulate artificial growth.

Now you know why we are such drama queens.

So, how does it work? We have a negative emotional quota that needs to be spent periodically. If we don’t do so, we discharge that quota through cheap drama and moaning. That’s the birth of negative thinking, a necessary evil that shocks our brain with a healthy dosage of negative emotions.

Now you know where negative thinking comes from.

When was the last time you were caught up in a meaningless drama? Do you get easily offended? Do you take things personal? Do you feel the urge to question this post? Great, feel free to drain your emotional quota on the comment box below.

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2 respuestas a Welcome to the Fantasy World of Positive Thinking

  1. Iulia dijo:

    Great article 🙂 I think positive thinking without lack of action to follow -up is causing misery and dissappointment – coming from the fact that one builds a wall of expectations that are not met without propper action . Wishful thinking combined with effective action can lead to great things. It’s all about taking charge of your own life and stop believing that you are a puppet that life is pushing arround. 💪

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  2. TraumaCoach dijo:

    “Wishful thinking combined with effective action” is “inspiration combined with proactivity”. This is powerful.
    The problem is when we buy into the fantasy of life of “love without hate”, “pleasure without pain”, “happiness without sadness”.
    Negative emotions can empower our lives, they make us grow, they forces us to do things, they teach us lessons and they forge our consciousness.
    We should never underestimate the value of negative emotions, they can cause a greater impact in the process of personal growth than positive emotions.
    Thank you for your comment.

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