An effort should be smooth and slow, no twitching. An abrupt push forward triggers a strong push backwards. The system is very inert and resists changing itself, so all efforts should be long and smooth.
You should not greatly admire the good, you should not worry much about the bad. We live in a liquid world where entities constantly change their nature ... today is a good thing, bad tomorrow, good the day after again.
The war of softness and hardness is such that the stream of water wants to throw stones and break their way through the rocks in its rush to the ocean. On the other hand, the stones want to stand dead in their place.
The essence of the experience is to adjust the order so that the water flows in the right and useful channel, without trying to turn off the path of truth. Order requires useful work, and chaos is always trying to sabotage this process.
When you let go of ideals and forms, you will feel like a stream of energy that cannot be stopped. The possibility of stopping creates fear. The realization of the impossibility of stopping and the infinite variety of options, generates infinite joy and delight.
Strong desire creates impassability. A strong desire is like a great speed. Too much speed leads to the fact that the liquid becomes solid as a stone, and creates an impassability. If you slow down, you can walk through walls.