If you want to practice surrender, go for a hot air balloon ride.
First, it takes an average of 3 years to get a booking for a flight that will proceed. You must be persistent and non-atttached to flying.
Then, there is no way to steer a balloon. Your talented pilot must sail the wind. So, you can’t plan a route or even where you will land.
I went up last night. Because of the aura currents, we were stuck in the air for 3 hours with no where to land. I say stuck, because we had no choice, but in context it was a great adventure.
In the end, we did a landing in a ditch and were pulled out by the crew. About 6 cars of onlookers chased us by land, curious about the balloon and our descent. Ironically, they added to our unwieldy landing as they blocked landing space on the road.
I had no control. I was hungry, thirsty, and so tired. I imagined stepping onto a balloon for an hour. This was a 6 hour process, starting from balloon set up to stow away. All I had was the ability to surrender. In that, I had an adventure I will not forget. I was in the flow of the wind, and of life.
All I had to do was let go. Then I could fly up, up, and away.