So despite the best attempts of my impulsive nature and irascible attitude that day, I did something I learned from Hale Dwoskin, author of The Sedona Method.
I simply let go. I let go of wanting to be at work on time. I let go of wanting the traffic to move fast. I let go of wanting the driver of the car in front of me to be as upset as I was. I rolled down my window, put my favourite inspirational speaker’s CD on and let my arm stick out from my window in the same fashion as the driver in front of me did. I felt happy. I was at peace. I noticed how gorgeous the day was, blue skies with only a few feathery clouds here and there. I just let myself be, be as I always am in my pure state of being, regardless of external or internal circumstances. I wasn’t absent-minded. Quite to the contrary, I felt focused and present like never before. I commuted my belief.
I arrived at work fresh and I was on time. I wanted to share my experience with everyone, I wanted to let the whole world know that you can think and act differently. You can unlock and unleash your highest good and consciously take control of your thoughts and actions even in what seem the most mundane aspects of life. From my experience, it’s usually those aspects of life that count the most. So make the most of your life. Commute now.