Come Fly With Us

120 Individuals. 5 continents. Exerting gratitude 10 times a day for 30 days. Come fly with us

Float Day 30 – Gratitude

Our challenge ends today and the heart is filled with joy, gratitude and appreciation. Together we created a small shift in collective consciousness and influenced our worlds.  This ripple effect is not a small matter!!!! So I’d like to  thank each and everyone of you personally for your assistance, sweet presence and participation in this project. To continue reading 

There is a God Somewhere Day 29 – Divinity

If you ask me why I practice I will answer that I practice to recognize the divine in every single being and every situation. I practice so I can recognize the spark in people’s eyes. I practice so I can see the magic in mundane situations. Sometimes I naturally see the divine. Many times I still need to practice. To continue reading 

Horizon Day 28 – Mudita: Appreciative Joy

Mudita is being happy for someone else’s good fortune. Participating in the joys of another. Being grateful for their blessings. Today is about making gratitude truly infinite. Truly limitless. It’s about breaking the conceptual boundaries of ourselves and others. It’s about being happy for someone else’s joy as if it was our own. To continue reading

Father Daughter Baby Hands Day 27 – Loving Kindness (Metta)

The practice of metta gives a whole new meaning to words like infinite, boundless, endless, limitless, inexhaustible, emptiness, oneness or unity. to continue reading

White Dove in flight Day 26 – Forgiveness

Forgiveness is a necessary step in the preparation for spiritual life. It is also it’s result. To forgive we need to face the pain and the sorrows of our lives and the world, embrace them and let them rest in the movement of an open heart. The heart that can forgive despite everything. To continue reading

compassion Day 25 – Compassion Is A Verb

We cannot take away anybody’s pain. I’m not sure that if we could have, we would be doing them a favor. We cannot solve the world’s misery and tragedies. I’m not sure we’re meant to do so. There is suffering in the world. We know it. Everyone alive knows it. But we can do small gestures for another. To continue reading

Sun in hand... [Another Shot by my N-Series] Day 24 – Compassion

Whether people are beautiful and friendly or unattractive and disruptive, ultimately they are human beings, just like oneself. Like oneself, they want happiness and do not want suffering. A truly compassionate attitude towards others does not change even if they behave negatively. to continue reading

Pathway To ....... Day 23 – Gratitude To Our Future

Even if life isn’t perfect just yet. Even if we’re not feeling fully contented with where we are and what we have. Upon reviewing our strengths and capacities and based on our understandings on how much we already have, we can now begin and practice gratitude to our future. Remember that everything we’ve ever wanted had already happened. to continue reading

Aurora Borealis, Kattfjordeidet Day 22 Gratitude To Nature

Every meal we’ve ever been blessed with, every single day of our lives has been offered to us from the bounty of this earth. Everything we’ve ever drunk.  Every liquid we’ve ever taken in has also come from this earth. Every home we’ve ever lived in. Every material position we’ve ever owned. Every vehicle that’s ever taken us of a journey. All come from this earth. to continue reading

The Argument Day 21 – Gratitude to Difficult People and Situations

The boss who has  been putting us down for five years, the colleague who has been “stealing” our credits, an uncle whose been making the same offensive remark each time we see each other or a nasty acquaintance who always have something really awful to say about anyone actually. Ourselves not excluded. To continue reading 

Magic! Day 20 – 20 Days Summary
To see the world in a grain of sand; And heaven in wild flower; To hold eternity at the palm of your hand; And infinity in an hour; We are led to believe a lie; To see with, not through, the eye; Which was born in the night to perish in the night; When the soul slept in beams of light. To continue reading

Self-love Day 19 – Our Own Goodness

We all walk around feeling not good enough. Not smart enough. Not beautiful enough. Not talented enough. Not enough. We walk around thinking mostly of that one thing we could have done differently or that thing we should not have said.  To continue reading

Bamburgh beach Day 18 – The Space Between

Lets dedicate this day to diverting our attention to space. Whenever you remember, please contemplate space. Notice the space in the room you’re sitting in. The space outdoors. The vastness of the sky.  The space between things. The space between sounds, thoughts, movements, breaths, heart bits etc. etc.  to continue reading 

Cranborne barn Day 17 – Not Just An Other Day

Do you think this is just another day in your life?

It is not just a day. It’s the one day that has been given to you. Today. It’s been GIVEN to you. It’s a gift. It’s the only gift that you have right now and the only appropriate response is gratefulness. To continue reading 

proof Day 16 – Every Breath You Take

Lets go back today to the birth place of gratitude. Lets return for a moment to the immortal life force. It lives inside us. It never dies. It was never born. It doesn’t care how well we end up doing today. to continue reading 

Blue stop sign Day 15 – A Gratitude Sign

Today, I’d like to offer some ideas for a gratitude sign which might help you during the coming couple of weeks. A sign helped me tremendously when I attempted to develop more mundane mindfulness and ended up creating a Pavlovian conditioning (I share my story).I hope you would find using a sign to be beneficial. to continue reading 

you`ve got mail Day 14 – Gratitude to the Internet

Internet wasn’t working in nowhere Wales and I couldn’t upload a new post. What an occasion to be grateful for internet and modern technology. God bless the mail pigeons.

infinity Day 13 – Gratitude To “Neutral People”

Expanding our gratitude. Challenging our boundaries.  The bus driver, the cashier at Sainsbury’s, the BT call representative in Mumbai, the waitress at the tea shop,  the plumber who came over to fix the boiler. To continue reading

Rice plantation Day 12 – Gratitude To Our Food – On Rice And Interconnectedness

An alternative way to reflect on our food. Every grain of rice we ever had is the result of the back-breaking work of peasants somewhere in the world. It is also the work of the beasts working alongside. Every grain of rice.. to continue reading

LOVE every single part of your BODY. Day 11 – Gratitude To Our Bodies

When was the last time you were grateful for the fact that you have eyes that can see? Eyes that can see the people you love, eyes that can see inspiring teachers, read inspire words and watch inspiring movies or the thousands shades of green. Or do you only notice your eyes when they are itchy? to continue reading

Neural Net, IMEC 1989 a Day 10 – Changing Our Lives; Re-Firing and Re-Wiring

Today I’d like to complete the post on mindfulness and gratitude and explore deeper the benefits of a continuous gratitude practice. I look at three ways of practicing gratitude and their potential to change our chemical imprints and eventually transform our identities and our lives. to continue reading

~ internal stillness Day 9 – Continue!!!!

The hardest thing in life is cultivating a new pattern of thought. Most of you, I’m sure, have had incredible heart opening experiences over the past 9 days while remembering to stop and be grateful; remembering to stop and notice how wonderful everything already is in a given moment; or simply remembering to stop. But for the long lasting, mundane miraculous changes to occur we need continuity. continue reading

signaling (animated) Day 8 – On Mindfulness and Gratitude

Today I’d like to explore deeper the benefits of practicing gratitude and the relationship between mindfulness and gratitude from a scientific point of view.  To begin, I’d like to take a step backwards and discus briefly the way perceptions are created, how our identities are formed and the human tendency to lean towards negative thoughts. Continue reading

Happiness Day 7– Summary of 1st Week 

“Remember, that if on the last day of our lives we can answer yes to the questi on, “Did you warm the world with your love?” we can be at peace with the knowledge that our lives had meaning … and that the world is better off for our having been a part of it.”Unknown author (to me). continue reading 

Mother's Day Day 6 – Gratitude to Our Parents 

Let’s dedicate time today to contemplate the goodness of our parents, Let’s deliberately choose to remember their goodness instead of dwelling on what they did wrong; continue reading

Pindapata Day 5 – Recollection of Generosity

Today I’d like to express my gratitude to the incredible human beings and circumstances of my life that enabled me to continue my “spiritual journey”. I’m writing with the aspiration that my stories will inspire you to recollect your own good fortune. continue reading


30 Days of Gratitude- Day 24 
Day 4 – Mindfulness of Gratitude 

Today I’d like to suggest that we pay attention to how gratitude feels. Lets try and be mindful to the sensations of gratitude, mindful to how gratitude manifests as a physical sensation, on a bodily level. continue reading

Gratitude Day 3 – A Lovely Day 

Lets be grateful today for our family, our friends, our homes, our work, and our pets. Lets be grateful for the sun, the water that we drink, the food that we eat, and the air that we breathe; without any of them we wouldn’t be alive. continue reading

Salisbury Plain poppy field Day 2 – A Precious Human Life 

Every day think as you wake up; Today I’m alive. I have a precious human life. I am not going to waste it. I’m going to use all my energies to develop myself. continue reading


30 Days of Gratitude- Day 28 Day 1 – Setting our Intention 

What really matters. The first thing we need to consider in our gratitude practice, or anything else we do in life for that matter, is our intention.  It is beneficial  to get a clear sense of why we’re taking on this challenge. continue reading

Spring greens in the Palouse Welcome Aboard – One Day To Go 

First of all I’d like to express my joy and thank each and every one of you for taking part in the gratitude challenge  Over 90 of us are currently participating -both via emails and facebook. Continue reading 

 Come Fly with me 

“A hundred times every day I remind myself that my inner and outer life depends on the labor of other men (and women a.r), living and dead, and that I must exert myself in order to give in the same measure as I have received and still receiving”. Albert Einstein 

Inspired by Mr. Einstein I began to do the same. I’ve been intentionally exerting gratitude (at least) one hundred times every day. And I’m FLYING!!!! I feel so happy. So alive. So wonderful that I just have to share this with others. To continue reading and to join the 30 days challenge.

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3 Responses to Come Fly With Us

  1. keenastar says:

    Hi there,

    My name is keena-is it too late to join the 30 days gratitude challenge-i hope not-please reply to keena2009@gmail.com.thanks

  2. Colin Clark says:

    Thank You, thank you Adva

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