Today’s Positive Thought and Poetry (I am thankful for this moment)

I am thankful for this moment

I know that through it I am being led beyond who and what I have seen myself as being.

I know that you are leading me to become one

I know that you are leading me to a divine purpose

I am happy to grow so I can be able to serve in the way you want to see me serve

So I let go of the need to be perfect

I let go of who I thought I had to become

All I want to do is be the light

But first I must let go of Craig and all his worries

If I can do this I will be nothing but peace

I chant my mantra all day for this objective

I am thankful for this moment

Craig Kimbrough

Bridging the gap between positive and metaphysical sayings

I grew up hearing positive type people saying “whatever you can conceive and believe you will achieve” It was always a catchy statement and sounded very positive. I guess on some level I believed it and I took it to mean aim for the sky, follow your dreams.

When I got a little older I began to stumble upon another saying, in which the first part is in the Bible. “As a man thinketh so is he, as a woman thinketh so is she.” Meaning not only is it true that what you believe and conceive you can experience, but the things we think about, our focus, becomes our reality. In other words what we focus on, bad or good, turns into what we believe and conceive about the world. The more we believe it, the more likely it is to happen, and is ultimately achieved.

Then my meditation teacher Mr. Ambrister would say “where you go in the hereafter, depends on what you go hereafter. Still the same concept with more added. The things we do. The way we live. The things we think about. The things we watch and say, duplicate and multiply. Watch movies about fear and worry, and have worry show up in your dreams at night, and ultimately in your daily waking dream, or life. Go to a book selling convention in Chicago, and pretend like you already have a book store, and money shows up out of nowhere for you to open it. Always talk about divorce and experience it. Always talk about wonder, and magic seems to be everywhere you go.

Craig Kimbrough
For Positive Guru Blog

Bidging the Gap (The more we go within… and The Wind Rises )

The more we go within and become accustomed to the realities of the other world, the more we begin to understand that this is where everything comes from. We also realize this is the most beautiful sight a person can see. But it takes time and time again, going within and actually seeing these other worlds to have a clear vision.

Form the book What if My Soul is Eternal and Heaven is Everywhere
By Craig Kimbrough

In the wonderful movie The Wind Rises Jiro Horikoshi, the Japanese aviator engineer, would get ideas and information from dreams and visions. He would meet up with a mentor in this other world and talk to and learn from him also. After coming out of a dream he would go back to the drawing board to work on his planes. Quite often he would not be able to get the plane the way it was in the dreams right away. But he would keep going back into the dream state over and over again until he could see and understand flight more clearly.

This is how we have to be on the spiritual and meditation path. We must keep going back to the source both in dream and meditation to understand deeper and deeper how we must be in this world, and better understand all of the wonders we find within.

Craig Kimbrough
For Positive Guru Blog

Today’s Positive Thought (if you can lightly decide something is going to happen you will be surpised)

I was out working with my gutter and window business and it started to rain. It was pouring real hard. I don’t know, why but I told myself, “man it would be so cool if it stopped raining when I get to the peak of this roof.” I kept on walking, taking large steps, like I was enjoying being out there in this storm. Actually on some level I think I was. And then, to my surprise, just a few seconds later, when I got to the peak, it stopped raining. I could not believe it. I stood there trying to understand what happened. Then the sun came out and surprised me even more. The roof had a steam rising up off of it from the sunlight and the water. I sat down, there on top of the roof, tripping, trying to understand what happened.

This was just the first time I made it stop raining. I know it sounds crazy to say it that way, but you know what I mean.

I began to analyse what happened during such times. I came up with this. If you can lightly decide something is going to happen, not really care if it happens, not think about how it will happen, nor think about whether it will happen or not, not even think about it afterwards, and walk confidently in that direction of it happening, you may be surprised at the results.

Craig Kimbrough
For Positive Guru Blog

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