Your True Self is neutral and balanced.
It’s important to understand that people and society have different barometers for what defines the terms “positive” and “negative”. The reason is that most things have a positive or a negative effect depending on the person, the situation, and the surrounding circumstances. All of these come together to affect perception.
For example, Claire is at an amusement park with her best friend Jacqueline. While walking through a crowd of people, they get separated. Claire has a fear of being by herself since she was a child and got lost while chasing an ice cream truck. When Claire finally spots Jacqueline, she runs over to her talking in a panic. Jacqueline tells her that she should relax and catch her breath. Claire has the ability to take this as positive advice from a good friend. Alternatively, she can choose to be upset with Jacqueline for minimizing the situation.
When your True Self expresses itself, you can’t control the perception of others. However, since it means no harm to anyone, you can rest assured that you will always have a good reason for your comments or actions.