For the rest of the day, after having this new positivity movement vision in traffic, he could not get it out of his mind, both the concept and the brief vision of this new world. He began to think about ways that people could, learn meditative techniques, focus on the positive and pass it on to others.   He also thought about building a new website devoted to this concept.  Craig became so obsessed with the idea he decided he had to let it go just to have peace of mind

The next day in an attempt to let go.  He opened up a book to a random page for his message for the day.  He opened up a book titled Wise Words (now titled 30 Days of Metaphysics and Miracles).  It was actually a book that he wrote based on the sayings he was schooled on by his meditation teacher, Mr. Ambrister.  He would open it up at times to remind him of his teacher and gain perspective.  The page he opened to was titled Birds of a Feather Flock Together.  Right in the middle of the page was a sentence that blew his mind.  It read, “to get the most out of life it is very important to spend time with other people who are positive minded”.  At one point the page even used the same phrase that turned out to be the name of the site he wanted to create.

The next week was a blur.  All Craig could think about was this positive movement.  More and more ideas came, but the basic idea was the same.  Teach meditation and positive techniques, and create a movement to spread positivity, peace and love.

About Craig Kimbrough

Craig Kimbrough is the founder and director of PositiveGuru.com, formerly meditativezone.com, and the Positive Guru Meditation Center. He is the first student of Thomas Ambrister to teach super conscious meditation and  has taught thousands of people across the world how to meditate with his “highest form of meditation” audio downloads over the internet for the past 10 years.  Craig has also taught meditation at Wayne County Community College for several years and  was the producer and host of Santmat: The Science of The Soul Radio Show heard in the greater Detroit area for a run of about 5 years.  He is the former owner of My Philosophy Of Life Bookstore, and the author of two books, What If My Soul Is Eternal and Heaven Is Everywhere, and  30 Days of … Metaphysics and Miracles in Your Life. He has weekly Satsang (meditation) meetings in which both his and Mr. Ambrister’s students attend, and people from all parts of the world tune in through his Community website.  Over the years, Craig has has become known for his incredibly entertaining and thought provoking stories and lectures and his deep but easy to understand content and teaching style.

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  1. Hi Craig, I live in Marina Del Rey, CA. I have been interested in meditating for about 20 years but regularly meditating for about 4 years….20 min session. And like you,they are transformative. Anyway, I’ve recently made a decision in my life (about a relationship) and have been second guessing it. The second guessing it has been causing me major anxiety, and if I can’t sleep, panic attacks. There is fear involved because I let go of another relationship which was fun and easy but I think lacked depth and growth. Anyway, I’m doing my best to stay in the love with my decision because I do love this man but when fear and doubt creeps in, bam…all the peace is gone. When the peace is gone, my true self is gone and it becomes living hell…..confusion, doubt, fear, negativity…it becomes a fierce inner battle field leaving my mind cluttered w/ looping, getting me nowhere, congested thoughts. It’s me fighting against myself. I was in such bad shape meditating on my own was difficult today. I found you on YouTube and the meditation really helped me. Now, I will go an meditate. Thank you SO much for writing all you’ve written on your beautiful, amazing site. I’m sooo grateful that you helped me get out of the darkness that was encompassing my true self. I look forward to being a part of your community. Peace and blessings, Jill

  2. Hello Craig – thank you for subscribing to my blog. Looks like our interests overlap, though I am nowhere near as accomplished as you are. I shall trawl your writing. All good wishes, Eric

  3. Hey Craig,

    Thank you for liking my post. I had a sports accident on 15th December 2011 and have been trying to recover since. My spinal injury has been the toughest challenge in my life, and I really want to say thank you for supporting me, it honestly means a lot to me.

    Your friend,
    Lucas 😉


      1. Hello Divya I am well. I did break both of my ankles, but I am in a good place and should be fully recovered soon. How are you doing? Hopefully well.

  4. Craig…You are truly doing an amazing work, the whole Universe is happy with you, I am on the same journey at different part of the world and love to come across you some day. Till then we keep connected through our Universe and writings. God Bless You

    1. Hello my friend. Thank you for the kind words. I really like what you are doing also. Your blog is just great. Maybe will meet in person one day. If so I look forward to the occasion. If not I am truly glad to meet you in cyber space and see the wonderful work you are doing.

  5. Hi Craig,
    I stumbled upon your blog after beginning my research for a class I’m taking this semester, and I’m very happy I did! I feel like we are very like-minded and I really enjoy reading your positive thoughts! I plan on continuing to visit your blog and read your entries to keep myself positive and on the right track with my research! Keep up the great work!

  6. Dear friend, Thank you very much, I was really happy to have been following your blog. I’m still a lot to figure out, and here I can only say that you are an awesome blogger, full Inspiring and hope you can inspire more readers. Thanks and greetings compassion from Gede Prama 🙂

  7. Hello Craig. Just to let you know I’ve nominated you for a Leibster Award. Should you choose to accept it, the details (and a plug for your excellent blog) are in my latest post. If not, that’s fine. Blessings, Jan

    1. Thank you. What you are saying means a lot to me. I am now following your blog and I must say I really like what you are doing. It is quite informative.

  8. Hi Craig, I lost so many followers when I moved to my new site. Great to hear from you, and looking forward to hearing that rhythm again 😀 ❤️ 🙏🏽 🦋

    1. Hey Mark. Thank you. I have thought about you from time to time and wondered what happened to you. Great to see you and your writings again. Peace and blessings

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