If you think for a minute you will come to a conclusion that there are not characteristic positive or negative things. We are the ones characterizing the things to be either positive or negative.
How we will be feeling when something happens or how our bodies will react is tightly connected to our earlier experiences or the circumstances in the specific situation.
We could work on ourselves to move past our meanings of each one experience and move into a state of brain, mindfulness, cognizance where we essentially acknowledge each one experience for what it is. Then we can use it as a learning justification for us. Here we will see how certain feelings can influence our life.
“If someone wishes for good health, one must first ask oneself if he is ready to do away with the reasons for his illness. Only then is it possible to help him.”-Hippocrates
The connection between the body and the mind is very effective, even though it cannot be seen outwardly. The effects your brain has on your physical body are very important.
You could have positive or negative feelings. Thinking positively you will make your life easier with less stress in it and also you will make a solid way of life. On the other hand thinking negatively you will lead yourself to self-destruction, you won’t be able to manage your inner issues, and this will lead to an unfortunate way of life.
Our feelings are put away in the cellular memory of our bodies. For example if something left an emotional scar or ache in a certain part of your body, so every time when you are in the same situation you will practically feel the pain.
That is because you still hold emotions from that encounter, which stay in that area. There is a fascinating diagram that investigates some conceivable regions that different feelings may influence the body.
Source: Collective Evolution