As humans, we have a natural tendency to focus on negative experiences or situations, and this can often be influenced by our own filters or biases. These filters are shaped by our past experiences, beliefs, and perceptions, and can cause us to see things in a negative light, even when the situation may not necessarily be negative.

So, how can we overcome our negative filters and learn to see things in a more positive light? First and foremost, we need to cultivate self-awareness and be honest with ourselves about our biases and filters. Recognize when you’re jumping to negative conclusions or assuming the worst, and challenge those assumptions.

Secondly, we need to be willing to see things from different perspectives and consider the positive aspects of a situation. Instead of focusing on what’s going wrong, look for what’s going right, and be willing to reframe your perspective.

Finally, we need to be willing to let go of the need for control and accept that there will be situations that we cannot control or change. Instead of focusing on the negative aspects of a situation, look for ways to adapt and find solutions that work for you.

Remember, our negative filters can cause us to see things in a negative light, even when the situation may not be negative. By cultivating self-awareness, seeing things from different perspectives, and letting go of the need for control, we can learn to overcome our negative filters and live a more positive and fulfilling life.