Let $(M,g)$ be a Lorentzian manifold and let $R$ be the curvature tensor. We say $R\leq 0$ if $$ g(R(X,Y)Y,X) \leq 0\quad \forall \, X,Y \in TM.$$

My question is whether given a Lorentzian manifold $(M,g)$, it is always possible to find a metric $\hat{g}=cg$ such that the curvature of $(M,\hat{g})$ is non-positive.

sections, not elements, of $TM$. What is $c$? $\endgroup$