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This Is How You Change Negative Energy Into Positive Vibes

Change your frequency, change your vibe.

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Feelings of negativity or negative thoughts are something that we all face on an everyday basis.

It's very easy to slip into a downward spiral of negative patterns. Sometimes we don't even realize we are being negative, or we consciously choose to get stuck in a negative rut or vibe. If you constantly find yourself being irritated, or in a bad mood, at the most subconscious level, you are making that choice.

Ultimately, succumbing to being negative attracts exactly what you don't want in your reality. Continue reading below to discover 6 ways in which we become negative, and how we can transmute negativity into positive energy; avoiding dipping down into low frequency vibes.

1.Cut The Pessimism

If you always tend to expect the worst of every situation before it even happens, then you are a pessimist. It sounds bad because it is bad. This is a personality trait that most people don't realize they embody, however everyone else around you does. If everything is doom and gloom in your reality, then it's likely that your perspective is manifesting a bleak picture.

You can transmute pessimistic energies by consciously recognizing and accepting that you are often negative in this way. That is the first step. Once you can acknowledge this, you can proactively begin to reverse the negative thoughts the minute they formulate in your brain.

If your day starts out crummy, immediately make the decision to have a better day. No excuses.

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