Last October while driving into Los Angeles I was stopped for speeding in Indio. I had my miracle card right on the dash so when the officer took my documents I went into "I could use a miracle now" !!! The officer came back and gave me a ticket without any consideration of dropping the speed a bit, but let me off on the fact that I had no documents for proof of insurance or registration. Ooops. Not really a notable "miracle" but off I went.
Before I go on I would like to mention that when I share the miracle card I say the universe is abundant with them so allow them to flow please.
After about 30 minutes I rounded a curve on I-10 past San Bernardino, and suddenly and out of nowhere there was nothing but brake lights in front of me in all lanes. I had stopped speeding once I got that ticket earlier by the way so I was travelling at the speed limit or safe speed for the traffic conditions now.
Even before my foot hit the brakes I knew that I was not going to be able to stop in time. I was driving a pickup truck with a large trailer behind me (massage tables for The Reconnection's upcoming seminars). The thought was after realizing I could not stop, was someone was going to die. As these thoughts were running thru my head and I am in a state of what seemed stillness, my head turned to the left and I saw nothing but empty space (dark) and my truck literally moved over with grace and ease.
You know when there is a traffic jam and something like this seemingly upcoming crises, one would look to see what was the cause of the stopped traffic. I do not know or even remember noticing anything to do with the stopped traffic just the realization that I was moving in grace and ease and continuing my drive.
Ahhhhh!!!... when I paid that traffic ticket for $550, I was actually grateful for the traffic cop who at least brought me to a responsible speed.
If I had not been stopped for speeding and had to take a breather to contemplate a miracle, perhaps there would not have been one. Thank you officer for giving me the speeding ticket, you were a life saver that day.
Cave Creek, AZ , USA