"As the practitioner incorporates the quality of tai chi movement into his life, he finds that he stops banging into things."
~Wolfe Lowenthal ~
If we are trying to push some agenda through against all odds, we may find ourselves up against a brick wall. But if our idea doesn't feel right as it starts to play out, it's possible to wiggle and move and re-direct our energy in other ways. We can explore new terrain. And in so doing, it usually doesn't take long for something perfectly right to fall into place, and our next step then becomes clear. And we know it's right because there is no strain, no fret, and no resistance to be overcome. There is only the feeling of rightness and comfort as we gather ourselves to step forth.
I pay attention and take it as a sign to change my direction if I run into a brick wall.